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Port of Cork to use Marino Point for cruiseships(Read 623 times)
Port of Cork to use Marino Point for cruiseships on: November 15, 2019, 06:10:48 PM
The Port of Cork is hoping to use the berth at Marino Point from mid 2020 as a terminal for smaller cruise ships. Brittany Ferries has recently used the berth as a lay by for its ships Connemara and Kerry.

Re: Port of Cork to use Marino Point for cruiseships Reply #1 on: February 25, 2020, 01:16:35 PM

Brittany Ferries vessel, the "MV Kerry" which had replaced the "MV Connemara" on it's Cork to Santander route was docked at Marino Point, Cork Harbour on 3rd November, 2019 before moving on to dock at Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork afterwards.

The "MV Kerry" finishes it's sailings to/from Ringaskiddy Ferryport in County Cork this week as it will then commence new services to/from Rosslare, Co. Wexford to Bilbao, Spain all year-round as from 28th February. In addition to this, the MV Kerry will also operate it's seasonal Rosslare to Roscoff, France service as from Monday 25th March until October.

Brittany Ferries will continue with it's popular and long established Cork to Roscoff, France route on it's cruise-ferry the "MV Pont Aven" from March to October ex-Ringaskiddy Ferryport in Co. Cork.

Re: Port of Cork to use Marino Point for cruiseships Reply #2 on: March 06, 2020, 06:00:45 PM
Vessel Name:         Pax:    Arrival Date/Time:     Berth:           Departure Date/Time:

MAGELLAN             1794   Sep 16th at 09:00     Marino Point   Sep 16th at 19:00
MAGELLAN             1794   Sep 22nd at 11:00    Marino Point   Sep 22nd at 18:30

Note: (Above details are subject to change/Please refer to the Port of Cork website: Under tab button "Cruise" > Cruise Schedule 2020)
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