Where is Livorno Italy?
The map below shows the port area of Livorno, Italy on the east coast Italy near Pisa in Tuscany. Livorno, once called Ligorno, which English speakers turned into Leghorn, is a popular Cruise ship docking and ferry port to destinations on the islands of Corsica and Sardinia.
How much does it cost to run the Livorno port?
The project cost EUR 3,5 million, and was 80% funded by Port Livorno. By 2018, the company Enel (Italy’s manufacturer and distributor of electricity and gas) increased the port’s shore power capacity up to 45 MW, allowing cold ironing services to ships berthed at other piers, as well as capacity to supply larger vessels.
What is the future of LNG bunkering at Port Livorno?
In the near future, Port Livorno will offer LNG bunkering at a new (dedicated) cruise terminal just 20 km (12 ml) away from the cruise port. The port autority company announced in July 2016 that they are considering the option to use the LNG plant to refuel LNG-powered cruise ships.
What is the name of the ferry port in Ligorno?
Livorno, once called Ligorno, which English speakers turned into Leghorn, is a popular Cruise ship docking and ferry port to destinations on the islands of Corsica and Sardinia. Nota Bene: If your cruise company tells you that you are docking in “Florence” rest assured that you are not getting within an hour of that city.
Where is the Alto Fondale cruise terminal in Livorno?
Livorno’s new Alto Fondale cruise terminal is located at Silos Granari Calata Punto Franco. The facility is used only by ships operating on roundtrip itinerariess from Livorno (turnarounds). It is located approx 0,5 km from the city center.
What are the best shore excursions from Livorno cruise port?
A popular shore excursion offered from Livorno cruise port is the bus tour of Bolgheri and the Wine Road, located at approx 40 min drive distance from the port. The famous Viale dei Cipressi leads cruise tourists to the village of Bolgheri.