4 index COMPANY Company Profile Company Structure Innovative Solutions for Cruise Ports - VTP Engineering Shareholders Contacts LOCATION CRUISES General Technical Features and Facilities of the Cruise Port Terminal 103 Terminal 107/108 Terminal 117 Terminal S. Basilio Terminal 1 Isonzo Passenger Services Crew Services Venice Marco Polo Airport FERRIES General Technical Features and Facilities of the Ferry Port Terminal 123 HYDROFOILS Terminal S. Basilio YACHTS General Technical Features for Yachts Berthing for Yachts - Venice Yacht Pier S.r.l. Services for Yachts - Venice Yachts & Ships Assistance SECURITY & SAFETY STATISTICs CONTACTS Port Authority and Local Law Enforcement Bodies Shipping Agencies Port Services
5 company profile The Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. was founded in 1997 by the Venice Port Authority in order to manage and improve cruise traffic in the Port of Venice. The Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. operates in the Marittima, S. Basilio and Riva dei Sette Martiri areas which stretch over a surface altogether of more than sq. m. of which the Terminals occupy sq. m. The maritime basin in the Marittima area measures about sq.m. The Terminals are in a strategic position not only for the uniqueness of Venice, but also for the location context which allows an easy access to the city, and to all the attractions that surround Venice. The shareholders of Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. are the following: APV Investimenti S.p.A., Finpax S.r.l., SAVE S.p.A. (Venice Marco Polo Airport), Veneto Sviluppo S.p.A., and the Venice Chamber of Commerce. In addition Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. is the majority shareholder of two specialized companies: Venice Yacht Pier S.r.l. (V.Y.P.) founded to increase yachting in Venice Venice Yachts and Ship Assistance (V.Y.S.A.) dedicated to the promotion of services for the maxi-yachts market and VTP Events S.r.l. created with the purpose of organizing fairs and events. The growing needs of cruise traffic and Venice s appeal as a cultural and tourist attraction have given rise to the radical transformation of the Port area starting from 1997 as a result of the joint effort of Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. and the Venice Port Authority. Such transformation is exemplified by the renovation of ancient port buildings once dedicated to the commercial traffic, which have now become modern and multi-purpose facilities. Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. s port facilities cater the needs of any ships berthing in Venice. The Ferry Terminal 123 assists ferries for the Eastern Mediterranean area. The S. Basilio Terminal accommodates medium-size cruise ships, mega-yachts and high speed hydrofoils and catamarans. Cruise Terminals 103, 107/108, 117 and Terminal 1 Isonzo in the Marittima area are multi-purpose facilities which, additionally to their main purpose, are utilised for hosting meetings, conventions and fairs.
6 COMPANY STRUCTURE
7 INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR CRUISE PORTS Since its foundation, Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. (VTP) has reached and continues to fully exceed the objectives for which it was created, handling an impressive 1,887,771 total passengers in 2009, which represents a % increase since The Company has also expanded its operations beyond the Venice area, now also operating the Ravenna Cruise Ship Terminal as technical partner. The complexity associated with the management of a Passenger Port with these numbers, in terms of ship traffic and passenger and operators handling, and with multiple operating sites has led the VTP to look into innovative solutions to improve how it manages passenger flows, to decrease the time ships must remain in the port, and to reduce energy consumption related to port operations. VTP Engineering was founded to meet this need and has developed into a division of VTP S.p.A., the result of a partnership with Abacoingegneria Treviso S.r.l., an engineering company highly respected in the area of industrial design, consulting for project management and technical engineering services. The objective of VTP Engineering is to design and implement innovative technological solutions and patents to apply to port-related areas.
9 SHAREHOLDERS APV Investimenti S.p.A. 35,50 % Finpax S.r.l. 22,18 % SAVE S.p.A. 22,18 % Veneto Sviluppo S.p.A. 17,50 % CCIA 2,64 % Total 100,00 % APV Investimenti S.p.A. Company of the Venice Port Authority created to manage real estate projects related to Port Infrastructures. Finpax S.r.l. Consortium of maritime agencies. SAVE S.p.A. The Company has been managing the Venice Airport System, which includes the airports of Venice and Treviso. Veneto Sviluppo S.p.A. Veneto Sviluppo is the operational company of the Veneto Region. C.C.I.A.A. Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Handicrafts and Agriculture of Venice.
10 contacts VENEZIA TERMINAL PASSEGGERI S.P.A. Fabbricato Marittima Venice - Italy Switchboard Ph Fax Company Secretariat Ph Fax Administration and Finance Department Ph /12/13/15 Fax Commercial Development, Marketing PR and Events Department Ph /22/24/25/26 Fax Operations Department Ph /40 Fax Safety, Environment and Quality Department Ph Fax Security Department (PFSO) Ph /34 Fax Technical Department Ph. Building sector /57 Ph. Electromechanical sector /51 Fax (Building sector): (Electromechanical sector):
11 The port of Venice: strategically located and linked All terminals are easily connected with the mainland. In fact the Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A is situated at the exit of the Ponte della Libertà (causeway connecting Venice to the mainland), allowing to reach the Passenger Port by car, taxi-cab, water taxi, public waterway or bus. In addition all terminals are only 3 minutes far from the historical city centre and St. Lucia Railway Station thanks to the People Mover, a land funicular connecting the Passenger Port to Piazzale Roma, the point in which land traffic enters the city. This monumental work that will completely change a side of the city and the town entrance, responding to local mobility and international visitor reception requirements, will be completed by the construction of a new multi-story car park along with shops and hotels located at the Marittima area. Furthermore, less than 13 kilometers from the Venezia Terminal Passeggeri, the Marco Polo Airport with its 200 daily flights completes the Port s claim to be one of the most easily accessible Cruise Terminals. Location of the passenger Terminals is strategic not only for the city, but as well for its easy access to all the attractions that surround Venice and the Veneto Region. Among the main cultural attractions within 60 miles from the Port of Venice, you will find Treviso, Padua, Verona and Garda Lake. The wineries of the Soave grape, the Euganean Hills, famous golf courses like the Asolo Golf Club or the Lido of Venice, the Dolomites and Cortina d Ampezzo are an hour and a half drive away. With over 100 specialized companies, including shipping agents, providing services for shipping lines and cruise companies that call in Venice you will find an agent that fits your needs. This competitive environment guarantees the highest level services at competitive rates. Freeways A4 A28 A27 A22 A23 A13 A14 A1 Distance Belluno (Bl) Venice Km 90 Bologna (Bo) Venice Km 125 Ferrara (Fe) Venice Km 115 Mantua (Mn) Venice Km 160 Modena (Mo) Venice Km 200 Padua (Pd) Venice Km 38 Pordenone (Pn) Venice Km 80 Ravenna (Ra) Venice Km 230 Rimini (Rn) Venice Km 270 Rovigo (Ro) Venice Km 85 Trento (Tn) Venice Km 215 Treviso (Tv) Venice Km 27 Trieste (Ts) Venice Km 150 Udine (Ud) Venice Km 115 Verona (Vr) Venice Km 110 Vicenza (Vi) Venice Km 70 For further information on how to reach the Terminal please visit our Web site at:
12 location map PEOPLE MOVER STATION S.LUCIA RAILWAY STATION MURANO ISONZO 1
13 Cruise terminal Testata Marmi quay Shuttle bus to airport Berthing position Other VTP buildings Isonzo quay Shuttle bus to P.le Roma/Marittima Bollard PEOPLE MOVER STATION Under construction S. Marta quay Newspaper/Magazine Depot Area S. Basilio quay Water taxi Ferry terminal Tagliamento quay Shuttle boat to S. Mark Square Cafè Piave quay People mover P4 P3 P2 ISONZO (m 8,68) P ISONZO (m 7,62) (m 7,92) (m 7,32) (m 8,68) (m 5,79)
14 location map People mover P P P2 P1 109 map SHIP PROVISION STORAGE ISONZO 1 ISONZO 2 Arrival by Car Shuttle bus to P.le Roma/Marittima Shuttle bus to airport Shuttle boat to S. Mark s Square Cruise terminals Tagliamento quay Piave quay Water taxi Cafè Under construction Ferry terminal Riva Sette Martiri quay Isonzo Quay Testata Marmi quay S. Marta quay S. Basilio quay
15 GENERAL TECHNICAL FEATURES AND FACILITIES OF THE CRUISE PORT NAVIGATION (MAXIMUM SHIP DIMENSIONS ALLOWED) Length LOA 334 m. ( ) (after completion of the dredging operations of the evolution basin during year 2010) Width no limit Ship s Max Draught 8,68 m. (28 06 ) Turning basin suitable for the manoeuvre of ship up to LOA 334 m. ( ) (after completion of the dredging operations of the evolution basin during year 2010) Air draught no limit in Venice Marittima, 53 m. ( ) in Marghera (Commercial and Industrial Port) Anchorage yes, at roadstead Tidal movement/range about 1 m. (3 03 ) TECHNICAL FEATURES Harbour 24 hours Ship Stay no limit Passenger Terminals 6 Number of quays 7 Maximum berthing capacity 12 Quays length: Piave 549,57 m. ( ) Testata Marmi 203,00 m. ( ) Tagliamento 726,70 m. ( ) Isonzo 630,00 m. ( ) S. Marta 465,24 m. ( ) S. Basilio 342,57 m. ( ) Riva Sette Martiri 360,40 m. ( ) Total quays length: 3.277,48 m. ( ) Quays width 20/50 m. (65 07 / ) Suitable bollards and fenders SERVICES Pilotage compulsory Tugs available Ship tenders allowed Ship repair Bunkering Garbage disposal Water Provisions Electricity for containers and/or refrigerating units Container storage for 30 TEU Depot areas ATM SECURITY Procedure yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes 40 buses; 1768 cars + 21 spaces reserved to disabled and reduced mobility passengers yes according to EU rules, the National Plan for Maritime Security and Port Facility Security Plan Immigration custom facilities ISPS Code compliance security measures Videosurveillance 24/24 h (Closed Circuit TV with over 100 cameras) Comm. systems UHF with exclusive channel
16 TERMINAL 103 Terminal 103 is a state of the art facility, opened in 2003 and set on two levels with departures on the first floor and arrivals on the ground floor. The Terminal offers passenger reception services, conveyor belts for luggage and customs controls, while dedicated taxi ranks are located along the dockyard. features and Technical Equipment DEPARTURES AREA Location first floor Surface 2.741/3.703 sq. mtrs. Access 3 external staircases; 7 internal staircases, 4 escalators, 3 lifts Reduced mobility access 1 wheelchair ramp with lift Air-conditioning/Heating Systems Yes Waiting room 272 seats Check-in desks 10 serving 20 operators. WC 6 men; women 6 Reduced mobility WC 3 Services for embarking passengers Passengers information desks 1 Public Phones 2 Arrivals Area Location Surface Reduced mobility access Air-conditioning/Heating Systems ground floor sq mtrs. 3 wheelchair ramps Yes Conveyor belts 1 (linear mtrs 204) WC men 10; women 10 Reduced mobility WC 4 Services for disembarking passengers Left Luggage Deposit and Lost & Found Service open from the beginning till the end of cruise operations Passenger information desk 1 Water Shuttle service available immediately to/from Port-Venice St. Mark outside the Arrival Hall Water Taxi service available immediately to/from Port-Venice outside the Arrival Hall Services for cruise operators WI-FI connection service available upon prior request
18 TERMINAL 107/108 Terminal 107/108 is a two-story facility restored at the end of 90s. Equipped with a modern adjustable gangway and designed for easing the transit of in and outgoing passengers without compromising security and customs controls, it allows the simultaneous berthing of more than one large ship. Easy access to embarking and disembarking procedures is granted by the strategic location of the facility: the proximity with car depot areas 1 and 2, the availableness of dedicated taxi ranks and areas for cruise line transfer coaches immediately outside the Arrival Hall allow for a more rational and problemfree management of passenger flows. Easy access to the terminal 107/108 for passengers with reduced mobility (PRMs) is granted by gentle ramps, wider access pathways as well as by wheelchair lifts. features and Technical Equipment Departures Area Location Surface first floor Terminal sq. mtrs. Terminal sq. mtrs. Embarkation equipment 1 passenger boarding bridge for the safe transit of passengers Access Reduced mobility access Air-conditioning/Heating Systems Waiting room Check-in desks LCD Monitor WC 1 escalator, 2 lifts. 1 wheelchair access with lifts. Yes 2: Terminal seats Terminal seats 15 serving 30 operators. available 7 men; 7 women Reduced mobility WC 1 Services for embarking passengers ATM 1 Duty Free 2 Food and beverage area 1 Passenger information desk 1 Public Phones 4 located in Terminal located in Terminal 108 Arrivals Area Location Surface Reduced mobility access Heating Systems WC ground floor Terminal sq. mtrs. Terminal sq. mtrs. 2 wheelchair ramps Yes 11 men; 9 women Reduced mobility WC 4 Services for disembarking passengers Left Luggage Deposit and Lost & Found Service open from the beginning till the end of cruise operations located from Terminal 107 Newsstand 1 located outside the Arrival Hall of the Terminal 107 Passenger information desk 1 located at Terminal 107 Taxi desk located at Terminal 107 Food and beverage available outside the Arrival Hall vending machine of the Terminal 107 Water Shuttle service available immediately the to/from Port-Venice Arrival Hall of the Terminal 107 Water Taxi service available immediately the to/from Port-Venice Arrival Hall of the Terminal 107 Services for cruise operators WI-FI connection service available upon prior request
20 TERMINAL 117 The Building 117, a former warehouse converted into a modern cruise terminal, was opened in 2006 for facing the increasing numbers of ship calls. Divided into two separate functional areas, both on ground floor, with a sq. m. Departures Hall and a sq. m. Arrivals Hall, it is provided with three waiting rooms, a duty free shop, a large check-in area with high-tech security screening systems, as well as with facilities for reduced mobility passengers (PRMs). Easy access to the terminal is ensured by the proximity of the car depot area 1 and 3 as well as by the adjacency of dedicated taxi areas for drop off and pick up of passengers. features and Technical Equipment Departures Area Location Surface Reduced mobility access Air-conditioning/heating system Waiting room Check-in desks ground floor sq. mtrs. 2 wheelchair ramps yes 3 (of which 1 VIP room) seats 15 computer-linked counters for a total of max 30 posts LCD Monitor for passengers available communications WC 9 men; 10 women; 1 nursery Reduced mobility WC 1 Arrivals Area Location Surface Air-conditioning/heating system Reduced mobility access WC ground floor sq. mtrs. yes 2 wheelchair ramps 2 men; 3 women Reduced mobility WC 1 Services for disembarking passengers Left Luggage Deposit and Lost & Found Service open from the beginning till the end of cruise operations Services for embarking passengers Information desk 1 Duty Free 1 VIP Lounge 1 Food and beverage area 1-70 sq. mtrs. Food and beverage vending machines 2 Services for cruise operators WI-FI connection service available upon prior request
22 TERMINAL S. BASILIO Terminal St. Basilio, a single storey ground floor building, built at the end of 80s and renovated in 90s, offers assistance and support to small cruise ships, providing all services necessary to embarking/ disembarking procedures: check-in, luggage acceptance, customs control and high-tech security screening. Thanks to its closeness to the waterfront promenade Zattere (few meters of walking from the quay), the terminal St. Basilio is the ideal start point for shore excursions. features and Technical Equipment Location: ground floor Surface: sq. mtrs. Reduced mobility access: yes Waiting room: 165 seats Check-in desks: 8 serving 16 operators LCD Monitor for passenger communications: available WC: 4 men; women: 4 Reduced mobility WC: 1 Services for embarking/ disembarking passengers Food and beverage vending machines 3 Public Phones 2 Services for cruise operators WI-FI connection service available upon prior request
24 TERMINAL 1 ISONZO The Terminal 1 Isonzo, opened in 2009, is a state of the art facility set on two levels covering an overall surface of over 8,681 sq. m. Designed for providing all passengers a smooth experience while embarking and disembarking, it counts among its amenities a fully licensed bar and café, a duty free shop, a VIP Lounge in the Departure Hall, as well as a 1,432 sq. m panoramic terrace. Easy access to the Isonzo Terminal is granted by the closeness of a short stay area available for drop off and pick up of passengers as well as by a car depot area, located close to the facility. features and Technical Equipment Departures Area Location Surface Embarkation equipment Access first floor 4,231 sq. mtrs. 1 mobile passenger boarding bridge for the safe transit of passengers 3 lifts and 3 escalators. Reduced mobility access 3 wheelchair access with lifts. Air-conditioning/Heating Systems Waiting room Check-in desks Yes 1 (474 seats) and 1 VIP lounge (54 seats) 20 serving 40 operators. LCD Monitors for passenger communications available WC 7 men; women 6 Reduced mobility WC 2 Arrivals Area Location Surface Air-conditioning/Heating Systems ground floor 4,450 sq. mtrs. Yes WC men 7; women 6 Reduced mobility WC 1 Services for disembarking passengers Information desk 1 Left Luggage Deposit and Lost & Found Service open from the beginning till the end of cruise operations Services for embarking passengers Information desk 1 Duty Free 1 VIP Lounge 1 Refreshment area 1 Services for cruise operators Cable and WI-FI connection service available upon prior request
25 Check-in desks Luggage storage and Lost&Found Toilets Not allowed terminal 1 ISONZO Customs Immigration police Duty free Infopoint Lift Escalator VIP lounge area Offices Waiting room Cafè 72,60 mt GROUND FLOOR 23,90 mt ARRIVAL EXIT ARRIVALS AREA 10,12 mt 85,60 mt 32,14 mt FIRST FLOOR DEPARTURES AREA 30,64 mt CHECK-IN DESKS
26 PASSENGER services The Marittima area, where Terminal 103 and Terminal 107/108, 117, Terminal 1 Isonzo and Ferry Terminal 123 are located, is provided with services such as: Shuttle bus service to/from Port - P.le Roma Water Shuttle Service to/from Port - St. Mark s Square Food and Beverage areas both inside and outside the Terminals Passengers Information Desks Left Luggage Deposit and Lost & Found Service Commercial Areas (Duty free and Shops) First Aid Service Waiting rooms Vip lounges Restrooms Public Phones ATM Service Car Depot Areas for up to 1768 cars + 21 reserved to reduced mobility passengers and 40 bus depot areas Fly & Cruise Service. Newsstand SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE TO/FROM PORT MARITTIMA (CRUISE TERMINAL) - P.LE ROMA When ships are embarking and disembarking cruise passengers, a shuttle bus service is provided only on Cruise Operator s request. ALILAGUNA WATER SHUTTLE SERVICE TO/FROM PORT MARITTIMA (CRUISE TERMINAL) - ST. MARK S SQUARE Operating approximately every 20 minutes during the days when ships are embarking and disembarking cruise passengers. FOOD AND BEVERAGE AREAS Self service and bar are available for the passengers in the arrivals and departures areas. PASSENGERS INFORMATION DESKS Information points dedicated to the needs of passengers are located in the arrival and departure areas. Fully qualified hostesses will provide free information regarding Venice, transportation service, transfers, city sights, events and exhibitions, including a complimentary City map. LEFT LUGGAGE DEPOSIT AND LOST & FOUND SERVICE The left luggage deposits are located on the ground floor of Terminal 103, 107, 117, Terminal 1 Isonzo and S. Basilio and are open during the days when ships are embarking and disembarking cruise passengers. Services provided by porters upon passenger s request: Luggage transfer from the Port (Marittima Cruise Terminals, St. Basilio Cruise & Hydrophoil Terminal) to St. Lucia Railway Station. Luggage transfer to Hotels in Venice. For requests and further information, please contact: PORTABAGAGLI DEL PORTO DI VENEZIA SCARL Ph.no.: Fax
27 DUTY FREE & SHOPS Duty free shops are available for departing passengers in Cruise Terminals 103, 107/108, 117, Terminal 1 Isonzo and S. Basilio. A newsstand is located outside the arrival hall of Terminal 107. FIRST AID SERVICE with doctor and ambulance Located in the in the building 255 the service is available during days when ships are embarking and disembarking calling the following n ATM SERVICE The service is located at the first floor of the Terminal 107/108 in front of the Café. CAR DEPOT AREAS The Port facilities of the Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.a are provided with open car depot areas for up to 1768 cars + 21 reserved for passengers with reduced mobility and 40 buses. Located in the Port Area and so at walking distance from the embarkation, the car depot areas of the VTP are actively guarded. The OUTDOOR CAR DEPOT AREAS n.1, 2, 4 only reserved for cars, are gated and under 24 hour video-surveillance, with automatic access control. The OUTDOOR CAR DEPOT AREA n. 3, reserved for campers and buses, (cars may only access there for short stays or long stays if depot areas 1, 2 and 4 are full) is delimited and provided with automatic access control.
28 FLY & CRUISE SERVICES FOR CHARTER FLIGHTS IN AND OUT OF VENICE Cruise passengers flying in and out of Venice on a charter flight can now arrive at the airport shortly before the departure for the flight home, allowing them to enjoy all Venice has to offer without having to worry about the hassle associated with the check-in and their luggage. The pre-check-in services jointly proposed by the Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. and the Venice Marco Polo Airport cater to the needs of passengers who have purchased cruise packages inclusive of charter flights to and from Venice. The transit of said passengers is simplified since they receive boarding cards for their return flights, upon the ship s docking in Venice. Their luggage is tagged at the Port and transported directly to the airport on sealed trucks. The Marco Polo Airport, despite the stricter security regulations, is able to propose this service thanks to the new technologies, in particular with the BHS system which allows for complete scanning and accountability of the luggage. The co-operation between the Port of Venice and the Airport creates an important synergy between the two Entities, with the goal of increased client satisfaction by offering higher quality services. The joint efforts of the Port of Venice and the Airport are based on the provision of superior efficiency and transparency standards designed to render the entire Veneto Region more attractive to the potential customer. VENICE IS A PROBLEM FREE DESTINATION FOR PASSENGERS AND OPERATORS ALIKE For further information contact: Your LOCAL SHIPPING AGENT or the VENEZIA TERMINAL PASSEGGERI S.p.A. Commercial Development & Marketing Department Ph /22/25 Fax
29 SERVICES FOR PASSENGERS WITH REDUCED MOBILITY Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. is sensitive to passengers with special needs and make every effort to assure that their embarkation and disembarkation is quick and convenient. Cruise Terminals have no architectural barriers and are suitable for reduced mobility passengers, including wheelchair users. Facilities for the reduced mobility passengers include: Assistance Seats; Raised step treads outside the building to assist blind passengers, with entrance ramps for wheelchair users; All lifts accommodates wheelchairs and have low-level buttons; All doorways are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs; Reduced mobility men s and ladies toilets are located by the waiting room of the embarking area; Shuttle Bus to/from Cruise Terminal-Ship; Car Depot Areas. Assistance Seats During the embarkation/disembarkation operations wheel-chairs may be requested at the Information Desks of Venezia Passeggeri S.p.A., located at the ground floor and fist floor of the Cruise Terminals 103, 107/108, 117 and Terminal 1 Isonzo. Upon request, a fully staffed Hostess, after check-in, can accompany alongside the ship a cruise passenger with disabilities. For more information and assistance, please contact Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. at the following number: /40. Shuttle Bus to/from Cruise Terminal-Ship A shuttle bus service for cruise passengers with reduced mobility is available upon request, by contacting Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. at the following number: /40. A bus, provided with no seats, 2 wheelchair securement positions and wheelchair lift (side door) is at disposal for taking passengers with disabilities from Cruise Terminal to Ship and back. Car Depot Areas The outdoor car depot areas of the Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. are provided with 21 reduced mobility-designed car depot spaces (yellow painted).
30 crew services Seafarers are the hardworking men and women who work aboard cargo and cruise ships, playing a critical role in the growth of global commerce. 90% of global trade is transported by sea and seafarers are the human faces behind the food we eat, the oil we use in our cars and the cement in the sidewalks we tread. Seafarers work long hours, often under lonely, perilous conditions. Signing on for year-long contracts at sea in order to support loved ones at home, mariners must deal with isolation, stress, dangerous conditions and increasing incidents of piracy in certain parts of the world. We find most crew now come from countries where unemployment is very high and the jobs they find with cargo and cruise lines provide means to support their families and build futures for them. In addition to being so far from home, seafarers are nearly invisible to the societies they serve, for this reason Stella Maris Friends offers to them support at different levels. Stella Maris Friends Onlus takes care about seafarers in Venice port. SeafarerS welfare facilities Born in 2001 Stella Maris Friends Onlus provides help to seafarers inside Marittima Seamen s Club, also through a strong ship visiting activity in Marghera cargo port managed by the main branch in via Fratelli Bandiera 158/A (Marghera Venezia). Marittima Seamen s Club opening times: , during passenger ship season and evening upon request. Our Seamens Club provides following services: International telephone cards 35 telephones (cordless and mobiles) Internet Point with printer and webcam Fax machine and xerox copies Italian sim card including activation Italian Mobile top up International press review Shopping corner Seafarer s work questions counseling Money Transfer (Western Union / Money Gram) Facilities to send little package and normal mail Other services: Toll Free number: Upon request: facilities to reach urban areas and airport Stella Maris Friend s Onlus (International Committe on Seafarer s Welfare) Toll free number from Italy:
31 venice marco polo airport SAVE S.p.A. has been managing the Venice Airport System, which includes the airport of Venice and Treviso, that has globally recorded 6,7 millions passengers in the With over 200 daily flights, the Venice Airport represents a crucial junction for international exchanges. The strength of the Airport is the airline traffic which represents 94% of the total. With a surface of around square metres, the new passenger terminal has been designed for 6,5 million passengers. Five hundred kilometres of electric wires, data transmission and optical fibres make it one of the most technologically advanced air terminal of Italy: 60 check-in points, an advanced Baggage Handling System, extending itself for a total length of 3000 metres, will enable the luggage automatic handing-out through optical scanner systems. Boardings will be done through six loading bridges which are directly connected with the aircraft and equipped with automatic optical scanner systems; otherwise, they can be done through passenger shuttles. More than 6 millions Euros have been invested for providing the terminal with video-surveillance devices, access control systems, x-ray devices for the luggage control, x-ray systems for the control of hand luggage, metal detectors. The security system planning features a high degree of innovation. Besides the different system control software with a surveillance function (fire-fighting, smoke control, intrusion control, gate control, etc.) a further global control system is scheduled. In order to ensure a pleasant stay in the terminal, retail areas covering a surface approximately of square metres has been arranged in the departure hall: here one can find the most famous trademarks such as Bulgari, Ferragamo, Ermenegildo Zegna, Valentino, Burberry, Montblanc, Loro Piana, Brooks Brothers, Ferrari, La Perla, Bose, Belstaff and much more, and restoration areas such as Marco Polo Café, Culto Café, DeCanto Winery, Hub, La Bottega dei Sapori.
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