Seaport of Santo Domingo
Santo Domingo is a seaport with the code DOSDQ. It is located in the Dominican Republic, situated at the mouth of the sea entrance to the city of Santo Domingo. The facility was completely renovated, making it well-suited to modern transportation. Moreover, a big project was conducted that made it possible to integrate the port with Santo Domingo. This resulted in the creation of an attractive destination for cruises, yachts and various other types of cruise ships. Since its inception in 2005, the project has been developed by private enterprises, and it lead to the creation of completely new infrastructure, including a turning basin, a new sports marina, but also two terminals were rehabilitated and major dredging works were carried out.
The port has a modern Don Diego Terminal, allowing easy access to this colonial city. The terminal is divided into two parts: North Wing and South Wing. The South Wing is used for transit purposes and has a 820 m2 hall. The port’s second terminal is called the Sans Souci Terminal which can handle up to 3800 passengers. It’s also able to accommodate the largest ships in the world.
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Shipowners supports port Santo Domingo: Ecu-Line, Eurogate, Evergreen, Hanjin, Hapag Lloyd, Hyundai, Lloyd Triestino, MOL, MSC, Norasia, NYK, OOCL, OWL, Rickmers-Linie, UASC, WANHAI, Yang Ming, ZIM.