Irish ports will have their busiest ever cruise ship season in 2017 with over 300 cruise ships scheduled to visit ports and harbours, large and small, around the island. (more…)
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The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania off Cork is to be commemorated next month when a team of rowers replicate the efforts of a lifeboat crew to save survivors. (irishtimes.com)
The Port of Cork is carrying out a feasibility study as part of its cruise strategy into building a second dedicated cruise berth in Cobh to cater for the increase in vessels calling to Ireland.
The Port of Cork Company have announced the appointment of Captain Paul O’Regan as Harbour Master, Port Operations Manager and Superintendent of Pilots of the Port of Cork. (cruisebusiness.com)
The Atlantic Alliance is a marketing project of 18 ports along Europe’s West coast between Hamburg and Lisbon, including Britain and now an Irish port.
According to the Port of Cork, August is set to be the busiest month ever with 21 cruise liners scheduled to call. (afloat.ie)
The Port of Cork welcomed P&O Cruises’ Adonia on November 6 marking the end of the 2012 season.
In 2012 and 2013, MSC Cruises will call to Cork on five separate occasions, giving international guests the opportunity to discover the Cork region. (corkindependent.com)
MSC Cruises says that for the first time it will be adding Cork and Dublin to four new itineraries next August and September as turnaround ports for Irish passengers. (cruisebusiness.com)
The Port of Cork Company held a cruise seminar today to highlight the need for a united approach within the Cork Cruise business and to announce the first turnaround cruises from Cork expected in 2012. (cruiseindustrynews.com)
The Port of Cork welcomed its final cruise liner of the 2011 season to Cobh yesterday following another successful year. In total 52 liners called to the Port of Cork, Ireland’s only dedicated cruise berth, carrying 100,902 passengers and crew, an increase on the 2010 figures. (cruisebusiness.com)
Largest of the trio is P&O Cruises 115,000 tonnes cruise giant Azura, which is also to call to Dublin Port following her Cork visit. (afloat.ie)
In an unprecedented scheduling of cruiseships to the Port of Cork (Cobh), the inbound Independence of the Seas (154,407 tonnes) the largest cruiseship to call to any Irish port, passed the 122,000 tonnes Celebrity Eclipse which was preparing to depart from the town’s cruise terminal. (afloat.ie)
This year a total of 54 cruiseships and over 100,000 passengers are to disembark in Cork Harbour, mostly at the Cobh Cruise Terminal, writes Jehan Ashmore. (afloat.ie)
While all sectors at the Port of Cork experienced a challenging period during 2010, the end of year total trade traffic shows an increase. (cruisebusiness.com)
The Port of Cork is proud to announce the maiden voyage of M.V. Celebrity Eclipse to Cork on Friday 30th April will be the 500th cruise liner to visit Cork.