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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Celebrity Cruises is set to become the first major cruise line to home port in Dublin, with a “mini-season” announced for the city during 2018. (independent.ie)
The 449-passenger ship will sail from Dover on March 15 and skirt along the coast of England to Dublin, where an overnight stay will provide the perfect opportunity to join in the St Patrick’s Day celebrations. (more…)
For several years now, Columbus Cruise Centers in Bremerhaven (CCCB) and Wismar have been affiliated in Cruise Europe, a prestigious international cruise-marketing cooperation representing about 120 North European ports. (more…)
Speaking with a united voice, European cruise ports associations published today (June 1st), under the umbrella of the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO), a Code of practice for cruise and ferry ports. (more…)
The 300m cruise ship arrived into Dublin Port around 6.30am today as part of a transatlantic voyage from Florida to Dover, England. (independent.ie)
Dublin Port Company has announced the launch of its 2016 cruise season as preparations get underway for the return of luxury cruise liner MSC Splendida next week. (more…)
Cruise Europe is delighted to announce that David Dingle, chairman Carnival UK, will be the keynote speaker at the Cruise Europe Conference (CEC) in Dublin in May. He will present the ‘State of the Industry in Europe’ on the morning of May 31.
This year’s Cruise Europe Conference (CEC) will be held in Dublin May 31 to June 2. It will take place at the Gibson Hotel located in Point Village which is close to the port and just four tram stops from Temple Bar. (more…)
Four luxury cruise liners arrived in Dublin early on Wednesday bringing some 13,000 tourists to the city. (irishtimes.com)
Dublin Port Company last Friday (July 10) welcomed the decision by An Bord Pleanála to grant permission for the Alexandra Basin Redevelopment (ABR) Project which will transform Dublin Port’s infrastructure and enable it to service the economy for decades ahead. (cruisebusiness.com)
Cruise ships carrying thousands of tourists to Ireland are bringing lots of money to the capital. (thejournal.ie)
Dublin Port is “not the most suitable place for cruise vessels” and Dun Laoghaire ranks as a much more attractive tourist gateway, a planning inquiry has been told. (irishtimes.com)
If Dublin Port fails to expand to cater for cruise ships of over 300m in length, it will “become obsolete” and will be out of the burgeoning cruise business, a planning hearing has heard. (irishtimes.com)
Chief executive Eamon O’Reilly said the port had its best year yet for attracting cruises, with 100 coming to Dublin during 2013, up from 87 in 2012. (independent.ie)
Dublin Port Company has been working on its Masterplan 2012-2040 for 18 months, including hiring Bermello Ajamil & Partners as the consultancy to explore the important role of cruiseships in the port.
In 2012 the Dublin Port Company can look forward to welcoming 90 cruiseship calls, slightly up compared to this year’s season, writes Jehan Ashmore. (afloat.ie)
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)
It may just be another cruiseship visiting Dublin Port today, but the gleaming white painted Costa Marina started her career in complete constrast as a grey-hulled containership, writes Jehan Ashmore. (afloat.ie)
Dublin is developing a master plan for the port which will include new facilities for cruise passengers.
Some 86 cruise ships will sail into Dublin this year, giving the city a potential 55 million euro boost, it was revealed. (belfasttelegraph.co.uk)