An accessible website is one that allows people with disabilities and adults to browse it with maximum efficiency and enjoyment possible for all visitors. Approximately 20-25% of the population encounter difficulties in using the internet and may benefit from more accessible website content, according to a 2003 study conducted by Microsoft.

Atarim in Tel-Aviv Coastline Ltd. believes and strives to facilitate equal accessible opportunities on the internet for people with a range of disabilities and/or that provide technological assistance to use the computer.

Accessible Site Pass

The Accessible Site pass is the initiative of Access Israel and the Israel Internet Association. The pass is positioned at sites that have the necessary modifications to make them accessible to people with disabilities.

The pass was positioned to promote public awareness of internet accessibility and to inform the visitors to the site of the level of accessibility.

Site Accessibility

This site complies with the requirements of the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities Regulations (Adjustments for Access to Service) 5773-2013.

The site corresponds with the recommendations of Israeli standard (SI 5568) on accessibility of internet content at an AA level and the recommendations of SCAG2.0 document form the organization W3C. The site is adapted for display on viewed browsers and use on cell phones.

Repairs that were made

This site underwent stringent adjustments for accessibility that include, inter alia, semantic and informative implementation for assistive technologies, establishment of navigation and operation with keyboard only based on the recommendations of the World Wide Web consortium (W3C), adjustments of color and addition of auxiliary labels and guidelines on forms for all visitors. In order to optimize the browsing experience with the screen reader program, we recommend using the latest NVDA software.

Some of the actions performed on the site

Keyboard navigation that makes it easier to browse the site without using a mouse, adjustments to the site’s compatibility for browsing with a NVDA screen reader, to block animation and any moving element on the site.

To achieve an optimal browsing experience with screen reader software, we recommend using the latest NVDA software.

It should be noted that despite our efforts to make all pages on the site, the attached documents, accessible, such as Word, PDF, Excel, the internal management system and video files are still in the stages of making them accessible and we are working to complete the process.

Added to the site is an external component of a virtual tour. The tour does not transmit content information because it is built by a third party provider that does not enable accessibility of the tour. At this stage, we are sending browsers to the accessible version on YouTube. We are also making a concerted effort to cause the provider to create an accessible version.

If you require a document that appears on the site and that is not accessible, please contact us with a link to the site and we will resolve this as soon as possible.

If you found a component or page that is not accessible on the site, please contact us and we will resolve this as soon as possible.

How to easily browse the site?

You can navigate the site forward with the TAB button. To navigate back, press SHIFT+TAB together.

Before the site’s main navigation menu there is a hidden button that appears when it receives keyboard focus. Clicking on it will open a kind of pop-up window. The site’s menu will appear inside the window. It can be closed by pressing the “ESC” button on the keyboard or by using the close button at the end. You can also navigate with the help of the keyboard arrows (up and down).

In the main menu you can navigate using TAB and SHIFT + TAB.

The accessibility menu includes buttons to change the font size, buttons to change the colors of the website, to ease viewing by increasing the website display by 200%, highlighting links, canceling accessibility on the website and other settings.

To make it easier to enter information in forms on the website, there is a dedicated tool on the website that enlarges the text while typing in the fields on the form. The tool works so that it opens and closes automatically when you are inside one of the fields in the form and does not interfere at all with filling out the form.

The accessibility menu can be closed and opened using F10

Navigating between areas

The site is divided into areas such as main content area or side menu area. Initially, every area has Level 5 title that notes the name of the area you reached. Some of the titles are links that you can use to skip the area, thereby helping you to faster reach the requested content. For example, there is an option to skip the main menu.

Keyboard use for the calendar

Keyboard shift left will move the focus to the previous day. The selection will go to the last day of the previous month, if the current day is the first of the month.

Keyboard shift right will move the focus to the next day. The selection will move to the first day of the next month, if the current day is the last of the month.

Keyboard shift up – will move the focus to that day of the previous week. Continuing to type in the same direction, the selection will be moved to the same day in the previous month.

Keyboard shift down – will move the focus to the same day of the next week. Continuing to type in the same direction, the selection will be moved to the same day of the next month.

PgUp – will move focus to the same day of the previous month. If the date does not exist, the selection will be moved to the last day of said month.

PgDn – will move focus to the same day of the next month. If the date does not exist, the selection will be moved to the last day of said month.

PgUp+ctrl will move the focus to the same day in the previous year. If the date does not exist, the selection will be moved to the last day of the same month.

Home will move the selection to the first day of said month.

End will move the selection of the last day of said month.

Tab + Tab/shift if the calendar is in modl mode, the navigation of the calendar will be through selecting the close / previous / next button. In another case, approach the text box related to the selection in the calendar.

Enter/Space opens the text box in order to enter the desired date.

ARIA laws

If you use the screen reading software and other assistive technologies, know that this site integrates ARIA laws that help interpret the site content in the most accurate and optimal manner possible for said technologies. The technology you are using can understand and accurately relate the significance of the elements on the page.

Accessibility problems on the site

No known problems.


No known problems.

Encounter a problem? Tell us!

We try to maintain the best possible site. If you detect and/or encounter any difficulty in browsing the site or particularly with regards to accessibility, do not hesitate to report the problem through the contact form so that we can resolve the problem in the best possible manner. Please attach as much information as possible.

Description of the problem.

Version type and problem.

Operating system

Type of assistive technology (if used)

What page did you browse?

What action did you attempt to carry out?

We will resolve the problem and get back to you as soon as possible with details of the service.

Advertising accessibility regulations:

Declaration of accessibility:

Otzar Marine Factories Ltd. and Atarim in Tel-Aviv Yafo Coastline Ltd. that manage the Tel-Aviv Port Facility and the Levant Fair (including north Port), respectively, adopt most of the efforts and dedicate vast resources to provide all visitors at the facility with equal and accessible service in compliance with the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities Law 5768-1998 and the regulations instituted therein.

Below are the accessibility arrangements that exist in the Tel-Aviv Port and Levant Fair:

  1. Facility parking lot (divided into several parking lots):
    1. There are handicapped parking spaces throughout the facility that are adapted to private vehicles and large vehicle with a lift. The parking spaces are marked in accordance with the regulation for parking and with signs, allowing for immediate identification of the parking space.
    2. Installed in the parking facilities are ramps that allow for continuous transition between the parking space and the sidewalk.
    3. The parking spaces are level and accessible for people in wheelchairs.
    4. Vehicles with handicapped label are entitled to park free of charge (up to 24 hours).
    5. The payment machines display a telephone number that allow for SMS to be sent with the control room of the facility (instead of voice and audio)
    6. Payment machines adjusted for height for disabled persons.
  2. There are accessible restrooms. At the entrance to the restroom is a visible sign for identification.
  3. Stairwells and faucets throughout the facility are marked with bumps on the floor, and by a visible color for identification.

Accessibility confirmations for public areas are issued by the following parties:

  • Tel-Aviv Port Facility – confirmation of accessibility form 3.11.2017 is issued by the accessibility officer Eli Ronkin and accessibility officer Oleg Savitzgi for Access Unlimited.
  • The Levant Fair facility and the north Port – confirmation of accessibility from 7.11.2016 is issued by accessibility officer architect Avi Varshevsky.

Accessible tables

Temporarily located throughout the port are accessible tables that have an extension on which food is placed, allowing for comfortable seating for everyone. The tables are located in the southern area near the Yulia restaurant (Hangar 2), northern deck across from Renuar (Hangar 14) and across from Beit Hayotzer (Hangar 22).

Accessible tables

Accessible tables

Below are details of the accessibility coordinator for the Tel-Aviv Port and Levant Fair facility:

Name: Ronen Cohen

Position: Open Space Maintenance Manager

Telephone: 03-7931407

Mail: [email protected]

If you encountered any problem or malfunction regarding accessibility, or if you have a suggestion or request to improve accessibility in the facility, please update us via the accessibility coordinator detailed above and we will make every effort to address the malfunction and improve the service as soon as possible.

Queries on accessibility

If you encountered a problem or if you have a comment or question, please write to us at the following email address: [email protected]