Metin Oktay and Travel Time in the Gulf

Metin Oktay and Gezi time in Körfez: Gulf fleet, which Izmir Metropolitan Municipality has completely renewed, will soon reach its 12th and 13th ships. Lastly, the Metropolitan Municipality, which received the Vahap Özaltay ship, will put the passenger ships named “Metin Oktay” and “Gezi”, where the residents of Izmir are named, until the beginning of the year.
15 of the 11 passenger ships specially designed by the Metropolitan Municipality, which set out to use Izmir Bay more effectively in public transportation, were completed and put into service. Twelve of the ships whose names were determined by the people of Izmir were “Metin Oktay” in August and “Gezi” will be completed in November.
The contract will end before the date
The production process of new ships in Yalova continues at a great pace. According to the contract, “Metin Oktay”, which is the 12th passenger ship to be completed in October, will be completed two months ago and will be received in August. The 13th “Gezi” will be completed two months before the contract date and will be in İzmir instead of January instead of January.
Fast, safe, comfortable, economical
With the comfort, speed and maneuverability of İzmir's new cruise ships, it started a new era in sea transportation. The carbon composite material used in the ships reduced the fuel consumption depending on the weight, and accordingly the carbon dioxide emission decreased. Being especially environmentally friendly and disabled-friendly, keeping passenger safety at the highest level are among the important advantages of new ships.
The people of Izmir put their names
The names of the vessels that Izmir Metropolitan Municipality provided to the transportation fleet were determined by the survey conducted with the participation of the people of İzmir. 500 more than a thousand games used in the survey the highest vote was named 1881-Ataturk. İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, which has been serving the 11 vessel so far, gave the names of Çakabey, 9 September, 1881 Atatürk, Soma 301, Dario Moreno, Attila İlhan, Foça, Cengiz Kocatoros, Gürsel Aksel, Sait Altınordu and Vahap Özaltay. The names of passenger ships with delivery cars were the prominent names in the survey, Hasan Tahsin and Ahmet Piriştina. The last passenger car will be named Kubilay.



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