Location of Sasebo Port

Sasebo Port has prospered as a military port, serving both national defense and commercial purposes.

Currently, the US Navy and the Maritime Self-Defense Force use part of the port to create a unique view of Sasebo Port.

Because it is located at the westernmost tip of mainland Japan, it is close to cruise departure and departure spots, mainly in Shanghai and Tianjin, so you can spend a lot of time sightseeing in the port of call.

東アジアから見た佐世保港

↑ Sasebo Port viewed from East Asia

西日本から見た佐世保港

↑ Sasebo Port viewed from western Japan

Traffic Access

Miura Pier

Miura_map

Uragashira_map

Tour Bus Waiting Area

Tour Bus Waiting Area

Waiting Area on Miura Pier Parking capacity: 50 cars
Available period 1 hour before the arrival of ships
Open space (Tentative waiting area) Parking capacity: 90 cars

The open space next to the wholesale market on the Minato Gate side of Sasebo Station is used as a temporary waiting area.

Available period 1 hour before the arrival of ships

Profile

About Sasebo Port

Main Cruise Ships Making Port Call

Standard class

costa_serena

Costa_serena

Costa Venezia

Costa Venezia

Costa Atlantica

Costa Atlantica

Costa neoRomantica

Costa neoRomantica

MSC Splendida

MSC Splendida

SuperStar Aquarius

SuperStar Aquarius

Chinese Taishan

Chinese Taishan

Norwegian Joy

Norwegian Joy

Premium class

volendam

Volendam

Rostral

Rostral

Insignia

Insignia

Luxury class

Seven Seas Mariner

Seven Seas Mariner

Seaborn Sojourn

Seaborn Sojourn

MS Asuka II

MS Asuka II

Psychophobic eggplant

Psychophobic eggplant

Pier Information

Miura Pier
Miura Pier
Pier length 370 m
Water depth -10 m
Uragashira Pier

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URL http://www.wave.or.jp/jepa/area/area-pdf/09/09_68_01_sasebo.pdf

Recent Records

Number of Arrivals (FY)
FY2015: 39 calls Chinese Taishan: 20 calls
Henna: 10 calls
Skysea Golden Era: 4 calls, and others
FY2016: 77 calls Glory Sea: 22 calls
Chinese Taishan: 21 calls
Skysea Golden Era: 16 calls
Legend of the Seas: 12 calls, and others
FY2017: 89 calls Glory Sea: 42 calls
Skysea Golden Era: 26 calls
Costa Fortuna: 9 calls
Costa Victoria: 6 calls, and others
FY2018: 98 calls Chinese Taishan: 21 calls
Costa Serena: 17 calls
Costa Fortuna: 13 calls
Glory Sea: 12 calls
Skysea Golden Era: 10 calls, and others
FY2019: 69 calls Costa Serena: 22 calls
Chinese Taishan: 18 calls
MSC Splendida: 7 calls
Costa Neo Romantica: 6 calls
Costa Venezia: 6 calls, and others