Subject to change.
Last updated on Wednesday 04 October 2023 05:15:04 AM
|ARRIVAL DATE||VESSEL||BERTH||TIME ARR/SAIL||DATE SAIL||LINE||PAX||AGENT||IMO|
|2023 October 06||WORLD EXPLORER||Bantry Bay-Other||08:00-18:00||Friday 06-October||200||BANTRY BAY PORT COMPANY||Vessel Information|
|2023 October 11||NORWEGIAN STAR||Cobh Cruise Terminal||07:00-19:00||Wednesday 11-October||3000||HAMILTON SHIPPING PSL LTD||Vessel Information|
|2023 October 17||ARTANIA||Cobh Cruise Terminal||07:00-13:00||Tuesday 17-October||1323||DOYLE SHIPPING GROUP||Vessel Information|
|2023 October 21||NORWEGIAN STAR||Cobh Cruise Terminal||06:30-17:00||Saturday 21-October||3000||HAMILTON SHIPPING PSL LTD||Vessel Information|
|2023 October 25||MSC VIRTUOSA||Cobh Cruise Terminal||08:00-18:00||Wednesday 25-October||6334||HAMILTON SHIPPING PSL LTD||Vessel Information|
Cork Cruise Port
The Port of Cork is the only port in Ireland with a dedicated cruise berth in Cobh. The Port can also handle cruise liners in Ringaskiddy Deepwater Quay and the City Quays. One of the most abiding memories of cruising in Northern Europe is entering picturesque Cork harbour. The deepwater of the Port of Cork is the natural entry point to many of Ireland’s principal visitor attractions and arriving by cruise liner is a truly sublime experience.