Port of Málaga is located in the heart of the
city and is the entrance door from the Mediterranean Sea. The Port
of Málaga is primarily an importer port but passengers shipping
is also a very important activity for the Port of Málaga. Regarding
the shipping from abroad, highly important, not only for the port
but for the city of Málaga itself, it needs to be mentioned
the Tourist Cruises.
||Dock 1 'Ricardo
Gross': General cargo, Containers and Cruises.
Dock 2 'Guadiaro': Cruises, Cereals and General Cargo.
Dock 3 'Cánovas': Passengers, Ro-ro cargo and Cruises.
Dock 4 'Heredia': Ro-ro cargo and General Cargo.
Dock 5 'Dique Flotante': Repairs and armaments.
Docks 6 & 7 'Romero Robledo': Dry bulks and hazardous cargo .
Fishing Port: At this dock it is located the Fish Market and other
facilities regarding the fishing industry , commerce, canning, saltery
and nets laying.
Minor crafts dock : Minor crafts and vessels.
Oil tankers berth: Oil products by special installation.
Eastern Dock: Cruceros Turísticos. The berth built onto the
Eastern dock currently handles vessels up to 300m long and 11.00 water
deep. The new eastern dock has 607 continuous meter for berthing with
quay water depth of 17.00 meters and it is 13.50 wide; it has been
designed to handle big Cruises and the construction of a Cruise Terminal
for passengers is planned.
PORT OF MÁLAGA
Tel: 952 125 000
Fax: 952 125 002
Muelle de Cánovas
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