Compare ferries from Lebanon to Turkey

There is currently just the 1 ferry route running between Lebanon and Turkey operated by 1 ferry company – Akgunler Denizcilik. The Tripoli to Tasucu ferry crossing operates weekly with a scheduled sailing duration from about 10 hours.

Whilst we’ve taken great care to ensure the information on this page is correct, as the frequency and duration of crossings on all routes can vary from time to time we’d advise that you get a live quote for current availability on this Lebanon Turkey crossing between Tripoli and Tasucu.

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Ferries from Lebanon to Turkey

About Lebanon:

Lebanon is a small Middle Eastern country with a coastline facing the Mediterranean Sea, bordered by Israel to the south.

Beirut, the nation’s capital, is one of the oldest cities in the world, commonly referred to as 'the Paris of the Middle East’ thanks to its attractive squares, charming cafes and fast-paced atmosphere. Essential stops in the city include the National Museum, the natural offshore rock formation known as ‘Pigeon Rocks’ and the vibrant, bustling Corniche promenade.

The rest of the country is scattered with fascinating archaeological sites and stunning natural features such as the Roman Baalbek ruins and the Jeita Grotto cave system.

From Lebanon’s second largest city, Tripoli, situated to the north, there are a few sailings provided each week to the small port town of Tasucu in southern Turkey.

About Turkey:

Turkey is on the Mediterranean in Western Asia, with a small section in Southeastern Europe, with the Mediterranean Sea on the Southwest, the Aegean Sea on the West and the Black Sea on the North.

As the cradle of cultures and civilisations connecting Europe and Asia, Turkey is well known to have accumulated a large cultural heritage of historic sites and archaeological wonders. However, apart from the historical relics, there’s much more to be admired, from its soaring mountains and fertile valleys, to its sleepy villages and white sand beaches, all as part of the Turkish legacy.