Port of Turku

Turku, 
Finland
http://www.portofturku.fi
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The Port of Turku is Finland’s main gateway to Scandinavia. It is in a sheltered location on the southwestern coast and surrounded by a unique archipelago with over 40,000 islands and islets. The Port specializes in serving small and medium size cruise vessels with a maximum length of 230 m and draught 10 m. The Port has plenty of space and can guarantee a berth until 2024. We serve both crews and guests with great dedication. Cruise ships are very welcome to Turku, where some of the world’s largest cruise ships today are built.

The Port is only 1,8 miles from the city centre. Small ships can berth on the riverbank only 0,3 miles from the centre. Turku is Finland’s oldest city, but modern at the same time. It is compact in size and many sights are within walking distance from each other. Turku offers a wide range of shore excursions as well as activities for individual guests. The city is green and pulsing with life all year round. 

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