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New Black Sea Ferry Service Links Romania With Georgia

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A new ferry service will link the port of Constanta in Romania with Poti in Georgia, taking both passengers and freight across the Black Sea.

E60 Shipping

The new Constanta-Poti ferry is operated by a Georgian company called E60 Shipping.

It is named after the European Route E60, which runs from Brest in the far western tip of France’s Brittany peninsula to the Irkeshtam Pass, which forms the border between Kyrgyzstan and China.

The first ferry on this new route will depart Constanta on 27th June 2023, taking two nights to reach the Georgian port city of Poti at the eastern shore of the Black Sea.

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