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There are things happening all of the time for CruiseBritain members, whether it’s new port developments, special events, inaugural visits or service enhancements for passengers. We’ll keep you posted here on our news page as well is in our regular E-blasts so be sure to sign up here

Read on for the latest news from CruiseBritain…

March 12

Portsmouth International Port welcomes New Business Development Manager

In a proactive move to enhance customer relations and further develop its cruise, ferry and freight markets, Portsmouth International Port has appointed Ian Palacio as new business development manager. As part of the new business...

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March 6

Record high for cruise visitors to British ports

Figures released today by CruiseBritain show that the number of cruise passengers visiting Britain continues to rise for the tenth consecutive year. In the last decade, passenger day calls have quadrupled to reach 1.415million including...

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March 6

SCH opens new security services subsidary VMS to support ship operations

Cruise ship terminal operators SCH have expanded their offering to the sector by establishing a new dedicated security services subsidiary. Viper Maritime Services (VMS) has been set up to increase the range of cruise ship...

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March 6

Extending the Capital Cruising Offer

Capital Cruising already has a unique offer with its London International Cruise Terminal in Tilbury and its Scottish Ports in Leith, Rosyth, and Newhaven. We are now absolutely delighted to announce that we have the...

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February 27

Liverpool’s cruise industry sails into action as the city prepares to welcome an array of new ships in 2018

Liverpool Cruise Terminal will play host to an impressive 57 Cruise Ships this year, carrying more than 100,000 international passengers and crew into the city – that’s enough people to fill the Great Hall in...

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February 2

Port of Southampton Welcomes Record-Breaking 2m Cruise Passengers

A record breaking 2m cruise passengers visited the Port of Southampton in 2017 and brought with them a massive multi-million pound cash injection to the local economy. Every time a cruise ship visits Southampton, it...

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January 28

Saga sets sail for a memorable season at Portsmouth International Port

The first of 14 Saga cruise holidays in 2018 from Portsmouth International Port got underway today - with more than 400 guests sailing south from the Great Waterfront City in search of some winter sun....

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January 17

Plymouth joins CruiseBritain ahead of Mayflower 400

UK southwest port of Plymouth is the newest member to join Cruise Britain as part of ambitious plans to re-position itself as a serious cruise destination ahead of the city's Mayflower 400 commemorations in 2020....

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January 3

Guernsey wins Best UK & British Isles Port of Call in Cruise Critic UK Editors’ Picks Awards for second time

Guernsey is delighted to announce that it is the winner of the ‘Best UK & British Isles Port of Call’ category in the 2017 Cruise Critic Editors’ Picks Awards, winning the title for the second...

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December 6


CruiseBritain will welcome a new Chair, expanded Steering Group and new cruise line representative on 1st January 2018. James Stangroom, Bristol Port Company, will take the helm as Angie Redhead, Liverpool Cruise Terminal, steps down...

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