The Romanian coast is part of the western shore of the Black Sea and stretches over a length of 245 km, from the border with Ukraine (north) to Bulgaria (south). Along the coast, Romania has four ports on the Black Sea: Constanța, Constanța-Sud (Agigea), Midia-Năvodari and Mangalia.
The largest seaport in Romania and the fourth largest in Europe, the Port of Constanța, occupies an area of 3,926 hectares, of which 1,313 hectares on land and 2,613 hectares on water, with a length of the outer perimeter area of over 30 kilometers between the city Constanța and the south of Agigea locality.
Seamen’s Club operates in two of the four. These are: Constanța and Constanța-Sud.
It should be mentioned that in the area of the port-city of Năvodari we do not yet have a headquarters and, according to the laws, we cannot go out with the seafarers from the Năvodari City. Therefore, we can take them to shopping or other activities in the city.