Terminal 109-110


Thanks to its dimension of 14.000 square meters divided on two floors, Terminal 109/110 is the widest cruise facility of the Mediterranean with a standard – never reached so far – of 2 square meters of available surface for each passengers waiting to embark during the peak phases.  Inaugurated in April 2014, Terminal 109/110, a former warehouse, has being refurbished to become an independent Passenger station located in Tagliamento Quay, in order to fluently serve a maximum of two cruise ships simultaneously berthed in front of Terminal 107/108 and in front of the renewed Terminal 109/110, respectively.From the technological systems to the air-conditioning and the fire systems, from the elevators to the escalators, all the structural refurbishment interventions have followed a philosophy based on energetic savings and eco-sustainability, emphasizing the industrial archeology aesthetic, thanks to its elegant and minimal furniture. The embarkation and disembarkation of passengers is safely carried out using a Ship Boarding Bridge, while the baggage handling benefits from an innovative underground conveyor belt system, delivering pieces of luggage directly on the quay side.

FEATURES AND TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT

DEPARTURES AREA

Location: first foor
Surface: 
Terminal 109 3.600 sq. m.,
Terminal 110: 3.450 sq. m.
Embarkation equipment: Terminal 109 Ship Boarding Bridge (SBB), Terminal 110 Ship Boarding Bridge (SBB)
Luggage Handling: underground conveyor belt system
Access: 4 escalator, 4 lifts.
Reduced mobility access: heelchair ramps and elevators guarantee an easy access to the Terminal.
Air-conditioning/Heating Systems: Yes
Waiting rooms: Terminal 109 1 waiting room with 350 seats, 1 VIP lounge with 50 seats, Terminal 110 1 waiting room with 350 seats, 1 VIP lounge with 50 seats
Check-in desks: Terminal 109 19 serving 38 operators, Terminal 110 23 serving 52 operators.
Check-in desks for reduced mobility passengers: Terminal 109 1 serving 2 operators, Terminal 110 1 serving 2 operators
Security Screening Lines
– Terminal 109 embarking halls:
1 security screening line, 1 line of service
Luggage security screening lines: up to 1
– Terminal 110 embarking halls:
up to 4 security screening lines, 1 line of service
Luggage security screening lines: up to 2.
LCD Monitor for passengers’ communications: available
WC: Terminal 109 5 men; 11 ladies, Terminal 110 6 men; 11 ladies
Reduced mobility WC: Terminal 109 1, Terminal 110 1
Baby-changing table: Terminal 109 1, Terminal 110 1

SERVICES FOR EMBARKING PASSENGERS

Change office: 1 (located at the first floor of Terminal 110)
Passengers’ information desk: yes
VIP Lounge: yes
Duty free: 1 (located at first floor of Terminal 110)
Refreshment area: yes
Newsstand and tobbacconist: (located outside Terminal 107)

ARRIVALS AREA

Location: ground foor
Surface:
Terminal: 109 – 3.600 sq. m.
Terminal: 110 – 3.100 sq. m.
Air conditioning/Heating System: Yes
WC: Terminal 109 3 men; 5 ladies,Terminal 110 3 men; 3 ladies
Reduced mobility WC: Terminal 109 1, Terminal 110 1
Baby changing-table: available

SERVICES FOR DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS

Passengers’ information desk: yes
Left Luggage Deposit and Lost & Found Service: open from the beginning till the end of cruise operations

SERVICES CRUISE OPERATORS

Wired connection: available upon prior request