Video From Odessa to Istanbul can now be reached by ferry

A ferry filled with 90%


Between Istanbul and Odessa launched direct passenger ferry service. This was announced by Ukraine’s Ambassador to Turkey Andrey Sibiga on Twitter.

“The Republic of Turkey and Ukraine are getting closer. Today launched direct passenger ferry service between Haydarpasa (Istanbul) and Odessa – 90% occupancy,” wrote Sibiga.

To get to Turkey is now possible on the ferry Kaunas, which the owl was listed in the Guinness book of records.

In addition to passengers, the ferry also transports and lots of cargo. His hold is a length of 191 feet.


Recall that Ukraine and Turkey signed an agreement on mutual trips of citizens on ID-cards. In mid-February, Ukraine and Turkey have agreed on the entry of citizens on internal passports. Ukraine’s Ambassador to Turkey Andrey Sibiga predicted that Ukrainians will be able to visit Turkey at the ID-card roughly since the beginning of the tourist season. 2011 between the countries is visa-free travel