Batumi Sea Port

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Can a coastal city truly thrive without a harbor? The Batumi Seaport has been a historical and functional centerpiece, utilizing modern technology to transport cargo efficiently.

Batumi's maritime heritage stretches back to the Roman Empire, when it served as a vital port within their extensive trade network. Its strategic geographical position and natural advantages have always made it stand out.

In 1878, Batumi's port was designated as a "Porto-Franco," which marked the beginning of its significant growth. The primary catalyst for its expansion was the oil trade, which paved the way for the construction of the Baku-Tbilisi railway line and the development of the trade route.

By the early 20th century, Batumi's port had become one of the most important in the Black Sea region in terms of cargo volume. The addition of five berths further boosted its cargo capacity. The port's location in a deep-water area allows it to accommodate large-tonnage vessels while also offering protection from the coast.

Adjacent to Batumi's port is a welcoming yacht club, where visitors can rent a yacht and embark on a scenic journey. As you cruise along the picturesque boulevard, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of both the city and the sea. Venturing towards the Botanical Garden, the serene beauty of the mountains, lush nature, and endless sea horizon will captivate you.



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