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Lisbon Port guide

The Port of Lisbon is located between the River Tagus and the Atlantic Ocean. As it is a natural port, located in the vast estuary of the Tagus, in a water basin of 32.000ha, sheltered and deep, its advantages offer the best navigating conditions both for large ships, namely transoceanic vessels, but also for any nautical sport.

The Port of Lisbon is a large European port with an Atlantic orientation, whose geo-strategic centrality gives it a high statute in the logistics chain of international commerce and in the main cruise circuits.

Port activities are developed on both banks of the river. On the Northern bank, the handling of containerized cargo. On the South bank, various terminals specialized in liquid and solid bulk can be found. The marinas which are located on the North bank of the River Tagus – the Alcântara Dock, the Santo Amaro Dock and the Bom Sucesso Dock – have a capacity for more than 1100 vessels. The port is equipped with three cruise terminals – the Alcântara Terminal, the Rocha Conde de Óbidos Terminal and the Santa Apolónia Terminal –, all of which are located on the North bank of the River Tagus, surrounded by the historical and cultural centre of Lisbon, which is a unique advantage for those who visit the city.

Port Name:   Port of Lisbon
Port Authority Address: Rua da Junqueira, 94 1349-026 Lisboa, Portugal
Latitude: 38° 42' N
Longitude: 009° 06' W

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