More than 5 million tons of cargo have passed through the berths of Varna East and Varna West port terminals since the beginning of 2022

The cargo throughput made to date by the port terminals operated by Port of Varna EAD is 5.023 million tons.  This figure is a fact before the start of the grain campaign, which should be noted as an indicator for stable growth of port traffic on an annual basis.  So far, the Port has handled 33% more cargo than the previous year, and the increase at Varna East port terminal is 150%.

The grain traffic handled at both terminals since the beginning of the year is around 1 million tons.  The port’s storage facilities are operating at full capacity, and it is becoming necessary to seek possibilities for urgent investments in storage infrastructure in 3 phases: up to 1 year, up to 2 years and up to 3 years, so that the terminal storage capacity should be increased by 120,000 cubic metres.  The anticipated effect for the Port would be a growth of port traffic by over 1 million tons in total.  At the moment, there is also increase in volumes of handled energy resources (coal, coke), and some difficulties are experienced in storage of these goods because of the slow shipment and delivery process.

In order to satisfy the customers’ demands and to ensure proper handling rates, the company is enhancing its human resources in port operations departments.  At the same time, the administrative structures are optimized, and purchasing procedures are in place for various types of cargo handling equipment in order to complement and replace the existing equipment.

The port management is in constant contact and discussions with customers, trade unions and employees in order to be adequately informed about various cases, as a part of the working process and in connection with optimizing the operations, raising the quality of the offered services and implementing the business and social policies of the company.



Recreation Base of Port of Varna EAD welcomes again children and parents from all over the country


Port of Varna EAD is pleased to announce that it will make available the Port’s Recreation Base to the Association of Parents of Children with Epilepsy (ARDE) in order to support their summer camp at the Black Sea coast for the 20th time.


This will happen in the second half of August, when Docker Recreation Base operated by our company will welcome again children and people with epilepsy from the country.  They will spend 10 days at the resort of Golden Sands, and during this period we will be delighted to contribute to their carefree holiday at Docker Recreation Base by provision of a daily transportation to and from the beach and 24-hour household services.


Press Centre, Port of Varna EAD 

Photos: ARDE Facebook Page




The Board of Directors of the „Port of Varna“EAD approved changes in “Terms & Conditions and Charges for Services of Port of Varna EAD” which applies from 01.01.2022.



The ship ROYAL CLIPPER sailing under the flag of Malta marked the opening of this year’s cruise season at Port of Varna.  ROYAL CLIPPER is a 134-meter sailing ship with a steel hull listed in
Guinness World Record as the largest square-rigged ship in service, with 5202 square metres of sail area. 

The magnificent giant was berthed at Varna Passenger Terminal today.  The visit coincided with the celebration of the 110
th anniversary of Varna Port inauguration. 

ROYAL CLIPPER is the first sailing ship calling at Port of Varna before the start of Tall Ships Regatta this year.  Over 20 sailing vessels and 500,000 guests are expected to be welcomed at this major event. 

The unique vessel was designed by Polish naval architect Zygmunt Choren for the Sweden-based company Star Clippers.  The ship’s interior is completed in Mediterranean style.  The passengers enjoy luxury and comfort during the cruise.  More than 150 passengers are arriving on this sailing palace in Varna.  The five-masted vessel is expected again at Varna Passenger Terminal early next month.  Port of Varna EAD is pursuing an active policy of attracting passenger traffic during the season.


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