Cruise Schedule

2017 will see Belfast Harbour play host to 150,000 cruise visitors. Belfast Harbour is once again delighted to be the gateway to the very many sights and attractions that Belfast and Northern Ireland has to offer to our international friends.

This year visiting cruise lines include Princess, Celebrity, Silversea, Majestic, Fred Olsen, and many, many others, each bringing tourists from all corners of the globe to Belfast and Northern Ireland.

Download Cruise Schedule 2017 PDF.

                 

Please Note: Dates / Times are as advised by the Cruise Lines and maybe subject to change at short notice. Belfast Harbour does not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy of any information contained within this schedule.

30
th
Apr
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Le Soleal
  • Length:
    142m
  • Draft:
    4.8m
  • Tonnes:
    10,992
  • Passengers:
    195
  • Crew:
    100
  • Berthing at:
    Pollock Dock

Large luxury yacht Le Soleal is calling into Belfast twice in 2017. With just 195 passengers on board, Le Soleal is one of the smallest ships visiting this year, and one of the most glamorous. The French cruise ship first visited Belfast in 2015.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

30
th
Apr
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Fred Olsen
Boudicca
  • Length:
    205m
  • Draft:
    7.5m
  • Tonnes:
    28,388
  • Passengers:
    900
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Boudicca is the only ship departing from Belfast this year. Her first cruise is in April, when she sets sail from Belfast for a tour around Norway’s Fjords, ending the cruise back in Belfast. In May she begins and ends her Scotland cruise in Belfast and in August she calls into Belfast on her way back to Liverpool from Canada.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping

2
nd
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Le Soleal
  • Length:
    142m
  • Draft:
    4.8m
  • Tonnes:
    10,992
  • Passengers:
    195
  • Crew:
    100
  • Berthing at:
    Pollock Dock

Large luxury yacht Le Soleal is calling into Belfast twice in 2017. With just 195 passengers on board, Le Soleal is one of the smallest ships visiting this year, and one of the most glamorous. The French cruise ship first visited Belfast in 2015.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

5
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

8
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Fred Olsen
Boudicca
  • Length:
    205m
  • Draft:
    7.5m
  • Tonnes:
    28,388
  • Passengers:
    900
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Boudicca is the only ship departing from Belfast this year. Her first cruise is in April, when she sets sail from Belfast for a tour around Norway’s Fjords, ending the cruise back in Belfast. In May she begins and ends her Scotland cruise in Belfast and in August she calls into Belfast on her way back to Liverpool from Canada.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping

12
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Marco Polo
  • Length:
    176m
  • Draft:
    8.1m
  • Tonnes:
    22,080
  • Passengers:
    820
  • Crew:
    356
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Marco Polo started life as Soviet passenger ship Aleksandr Pushkin in 1965. In 1993, following the purchase by Orient Lines, Marco Polo began a varying itinerary of cruises all over the world, including unusual destinations such as South-East Asia, Africa, and Antarctica. Marco Polo is calling into Belfast four times in 2017.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

12
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
AIDA Vita
  • Length:
    203m
  • Draft:
    6.3m
  • Tonnes:
    42,289
  • Passengers:
    1266
  • Crew:
    426
  • Berthing at:
    Gotto Wharf

This is Aida Vita’s first visit to Belfast and she is calling as part of a 14 night tour of Great Britain and Ireland. The uniquely designed German ship can hold 1,266 guests and 426 crew.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

14
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Le Boreal
  • Length:
    142m
  • Draft:
    4.8m
  • Tonnes:
    10,944
  • Passengers:
    264
  • Crew:
    125
  • Berthing at:
    Gotto Wharf

Le Boreal is visiting Belfast twice in 2017. The French cruise ship and her sister ships are distinguishable from other luxury vessels as they are all ice-strengthened, so they can sail to Antarctica and the Arctic.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

16
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Fred Olsen
Boudicca
  • Length:
    205m
  • Draft:
    7.5m
  • Tonnes:
    28,388
  • Passengers:
    900
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Boudicca is the only ship departing from Belfast this year. Her first cruise is in April, when she sets sail from Belfast for a tour around Norway’s Fjords, ending the cruise back in Belfast. In May she begins and ends her Scotland cruise in Belfast and in August she calls into Belfast on her way back to Liverpool from Canada.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping

17
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Celebrity
Eclipse
  • Length:
    317m
  • Draft:
    8.6m
  • Tonnes:
    121,878
  • Passengers:
    2850
  • Crew:
    1271
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Eclipse is visiting Belfast as part of her cruise of Iceland & Ireland, which also features The Channel Islands, Cork and Akureyri, Isafjordur and Reykjavik in Iceland. At 317m, Eclipse is one of the biggest ships to call into Belfast this year.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

18
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

21
st
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Astoria
  • Length:
    160m
  • Draft:
    7.6m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    550
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Originally built as a trans-Atlantic ship in 1948, Astoria is the world's second oldest active oceangoing passenger ship. The ships onboard facilities include a sauna and steam room, hairdressers, a health and beauty centre and a treatment room for facials and massages. Other onboard features include guest speakers and arts and crafts events.

Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

26
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Fred Olsen
Braemar
  • Length:
    195m
  • Draft:
    5.42m
  • Tonnes:
    24,344
  • Passengers:
    929
  • Crew:
    371
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Braemar is calling twice in 2017- once in May and again in August. This is the fifth year that the Fred Olsen Cruise Line’s ship has called into Belfast, she first visited in 2010. One of the focal points on Braemar is a beautifully painted, five-deck high Atrium which leads to the Fitness Centre, Palms Café, Coral Club and the Thistle Restaurant.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

27
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Norwegian Jade
  • Length:
    294m
  • Draft:
    8.3m
  • Tonnes:
    93
  • Passengers:
    2
  • Crew:
    1
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Norwegian Jade is calling for the first time since 2009 this year. At 294m she is one of the largest ships visiting in 2017. The jewel-class ship has 12 decks, 15 dining rooms and a variety of bars and lounges, as well as a casino, shops, library and a pool.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

28
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Silver Whisper
  • Length:
    186m
  • Draft:
    6.12m
  • Tonnes:
    28,258
  • Passengers:
    400
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Silver Whisper has visited Belfast every year since 2012. The luxury cruise ship provides more space per passenger than any other cruise ship. The passenger-to-crew ratio is also high, with 295 crew members for the 382 passengers.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

29
th
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    Stormont Wharf

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

31
st
May
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    Albert Quay

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

1
st
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Mein Schiff 4
  • Length:
    295m
  • Draft:
    8.05m
  • Tonnes:
    99,150
  • Passengers:
    2790
  • Crew:
    1030
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Mein Schiff 4 is visiting Belfast three times in 2017. The German cruise ship is the 4th ship in the TUI fleet and entered service in 2015. It is an all-inclusive ship and is famed for its fun atmosphere, music events and theme cruises.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

1
st
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Le Boreal
  • Length:
    142m
  • Draft:
    4.8m
  • Tonnes:
    10,944
  • Passengers:
    264
  • Crew:
    125
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Le Boreal is visiting Belfast twice in 2017. The French cruise ship and her sister ships are distinguishable from other luxury vessels as they are all ice-strengthened, so they can sail to Antarctica and the Arctic.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

2
nd
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
All Leisure
Hebridean Sky
  • Length:
    90.6m
  • Draft:
    4.2m
  • Tonnes:
    4,200
  • Passengers:
    118
  • Crew:
    50
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The 111–passenger Hebridean Sky is an ice–strengthened, small luxury expedition ship. Until last year Hebridean Sky was known as the Sea Explorer. The vessel underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment in Sweden in April 2016, was re-launched as the MS Hebridean Sky and began her new life operating mostly in Northern Europe, South America and Antarctica.  She is visiting Belfast for the second time this year.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

5
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Crystal Symphony
  • Length:
    238m
  • Draft:
    7.75m
  • Tonnes:
    51,044
  • Passengers:
    940
  • Crew:
    545
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The Crystal Symphony is regarded as one of the most spacious and luxurious cruise ships at sea. On-board amenities include grand lounges, a full-service fitness facility, a casino, a spa, expansive decks, a swimming pool with an extra-large jacuzzi, as well as award-winning cuisine and entertainment. Crystal Symphony is calling twice in 2017- once in June and once in August.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

6
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Silversea
Silver Wind
  • Length:
    156m
  • Draft:
    5.35m
  • Tonnes:
    17,235
  • Passengers:
    400
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Silver Wind entered service in 1995 and is the second ship of her class, the first being her sister ship Silver Cloud, who has been in service since 1994. Silver Wind is calling into Belfast Harbour on her way back to Southampton from Iceland. This is the first time she has visited since 2008.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping

6
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Prestige
Nautica
  • Length:
    181m
  • Draft:
    5.95m
  • Tonnes:
    30,277
  • Passengers:
    824
  • Crew:
    386
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Nautica is visiting us three times in 2017. In June she is visiting as part of her 13 day British Isles trip. In August she is calling as part of her 41 day tour of Northern Europe and in September as part of her 25 day ‘Legends and Lore’ cruise. This will be the sixth year that Nautica has called into Belfast Harbour.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

7
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Silver Whisper
  • Length:
    186m
  • Draft:
    6.12m
  • Tonnes:
    28,258
  • Passengers:
    400
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Silver Whisper has visited Belfast every year since 2012. The luxury cruise ship provides more space per passenger than any other cruise ship. The passenger-to-crew ratio is also high, with 295 crew members for the 382 passengers.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

8
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Seven Seas Explorer
  • Length:
    224m
  • Draft:
    7.15m
  • Tonnes:
    55,000
  • Passengers:
    700
  • Crew:
    450
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Seven Seas Explorer entered service in July 2016 and she is calling twice in 2017. The luxurious 224m long cruise ship features 375 all-suite, all-balcony cabins with the largest balconies at sea.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

9
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Prestige
Insignia
  • Length:
    181m
  • Draft:
    5.95m
  • Tonnes:
    30,277
  • Passengers:
    824
  • Crew:
    400
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Insignia is calling into Belfast in June as part of her 45 day Spain to Florida tour. She will also call into Barcelona, Lisbon, Bordeaux, Quebec, Boston and New York, finishing in Miami. This is the luxury cruise ship’s fourth visit to Belfast, having previously called in 2006 and 2014.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

10
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

11
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

13
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Saga Sapphire
  • Length:
    200m
  • Draft:
    8.6m
  • Tonnes:
    37,049
  • Passengers:
    703
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Saga Sapphire is visiting Belfast twice in June, once as part of her Celtic Charms tour and then as part of the Faroes and Land of Ice and Fire tour. This is Saga Pearl II’s fourth visit to Belfast- she last called in 2015.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

14
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
All Leisure
Hebridean Sky
  • Length:
    90.6m
  • Draft:
    4.2m
  • Tonnes:
    4,200
  • Passengers:
    118
  • Crew:
    50
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The 111–passenger Hebridean Sky is an ice–strengthened, small luxury expedition ship. Until last year Hebridean Sky was known as the Sea Explorer. The vessel underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment in Sweden in April 2016, was re-launched as the MS Hebridean Sky and began her new life operating mostly in Northern Europe, South America and Antarctica.  She is visiting Belfast for the second time this year.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

20
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

22
nd
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Noble Caledonia
Sea Cloud II
  • Length:
    117m
  • Draft:
    5.18m
  • Tonnes:
    3,849
  • Passengers:
    96
  • Crew:
    63
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The most unique looking cruise ship to visit this year; Sea Cloud II is a large barque built as a cruise ship. The boutique ship provides a luxury cruise atmosphere with fine services and open deck space and can hold just under 100 passengers.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

22
nd
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

28
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Azura
  • Length:
    290m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    115,055
  • Passengers:
    3096
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

This is the second time Azura has visited Belfast, she called for the first time last year. At 290m long Azura has plenty of room for activities on board. In total, the ship has eleven restaurants and eating areas, twelve bars and places to drink, four pools, a gym, two spas, an outdoor cinema, a theatre and two show lounges.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

29
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Saga Sapphire
  • Length:
    200m
  • Draft:
    8.6m
  • Tonnes:
    37,049
  • Passengers:
    703
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Saga Sapphire is visiting Belfast twice in June, once as part of her Celtic Charms tour and then as part of the Faroes and Land of Ice and Fire tour. This is Saga Pearl II’s fourth visit to Belfast- she last called in 2015.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

30
th
Jun
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

4
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Mein Schiff 4
  • Length:
    295m
  • Draft:
    8.05m
  • Tonnes:
    99,150
  • Passengers:
    2790
  • Crew:
    1030
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Mein Schiff 4 is visiting Belfast three times in 2017. The German cruise ship is the 4th ship in the TUI fleet and entered service in 2015. It is an all-inclusive ship and is famed for its fun atmosphere, music events and theme cruises.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

5
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

10
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

16
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

17
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Adonia
  • Length:
    181m
  • Draft:
    5.8m
  • Tonnes:
    30,277
  • Passengers:
    710
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

At 181 metres Adonia is the smallest of P&O Cruises’ eight ships. This is the ship’s fourth visit to Belfast, having last visited in 2015. The interior of Adonia has been described as being like an old-world British country hotel, with detailed ceiling cornices, wrought-iron staircase railings and wood-and leather panelled walls.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

17
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Columbus
  • Length:
    246m
  • Draft:
    8.15m
  • Tonnes:
    63,786
  • Passengers:
    1400
  • Crew:
    500
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

This is Columbus’ first visit to Belfast. Formerly P&O’s Pacific Pearl, CMV added her to its fleet this year and renamed her Columbus. The ship will undergo a significant refurbishment at the beginning of this year and when the ship launches in June 2017 it will be the flagship of CMV’s fleet, and will carry 1,400 passengers.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

20
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

23
rd
Jul
Arrive
Depart (24th Jul)
Company
Ship Name
Saga Pearl II
  • Length:
    164m
  • Draft:
    6.3m
  • Tonnes:
    18,627
  • Passengers:
    446
  • Crew:
    260
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Saga Pearl II is a modern, yacht-like small ship, equipped with seven passenger decks, three bars, two pools, tennis court, cinema, gym and spa. This is her 4th visit to Belfast.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

24
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Celebrity
Silhouette
  • Length:
    315m
  • Draft:
    8.6m
  • Tonnes:
    122,210
  • Passengers:
    2886
  • Crew:
    1250
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

At 315m Silhouette is one of the biggest ships visiting this year. She has won awards for her dining facilities on cruisecritic.com, which is no surprise as the ship has 12 restaurants.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

25
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Azamara Journey
  • Length:
    181m
  • Draft:
    5.6m
  • Tonnes:
    30,277
  • Passengers:
    694
  • Crew:
    408
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Azamara Journey is an R-class cruise ship with capacity for nearly 700 passengers. This is the ship’s first visit since 2008, and she is calling as part of a tour of the UK.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

27
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Plantours Kreuzfahrten
Hamburg
  • Length:
    144m
  • Draft:
    5.15m
  • Tonnes:
    15,067
  • Passengers:
    423
  • Crew:
    200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

MS Hamburg is a luxury cruise ship, built in 1997. Her relatively small size allows her to transit the Great Lakes in North America, where she cruised seasonally between 1997 and 2011. The German cruise ship was renovated in Belfast in 2015.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

29
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

30
th
Jul
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

1
st
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Prestige
Nautica
  • Length:
    181m
  • Draft:
    5.95m
  • Tonnes:
    30,277
  • Passengers:
    824
  • Crew:
    386
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Nautica is visiting us three times in 2017. In June she is visiting as part of her 13 day British Isles trip. In August she is calling as part of her 41 day tour of Northern Europe and in September as part of her 25 day ‘Legends and Lore’ cruise. This will be the sixth year that Nautica has called into Belfast Harbour.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

2
nd
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Zuiderdam
  • Length:
    285m
  • Draft:
    7.8m
  • Tonnes:
    82,305
  • Passengers:
    1916
  • Crew:
    1000
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The first ship in Holland America’s Vista-class series, Zuiderdam is famed for her artwork; which includes a Waterford Crystal Seahorse, a painting of Queen Beatrix by Andy Warhol and cast aluminium elevator doors inspired by the art deco work of the New York Chrysler Building. This will be the second year Zuiderdam has visited Belfast and she is visiting as part of her 27 day Northern Isles & Celtic Discovery trip.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

4
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Phoenix Reisen
Albatros
  • Length:
    205m
  • Draft:
    7.5m
  • Tonnes:
    28,518
  • Passengers:
    812
  • Crew:
    450
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Albatros is a German cruise ship who celebrated her 40th year in service in 2013. She first visited Belfast Harbour 20 years ago in 1997. Albatros is visiting Belfast twice in 2017, in July and September as part of tours of the UK and Ireland.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

6
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Oriana
  • Length:
    260m
  • Draft:
    7.9m
  • Tonnes:
    69,153
  • Passengers:
    1822
  • Crew:
    794
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Oriana is an exclusively for adults, mid-sized ship that elegantly combines classic design features with Art Deco touches. Oriana’s signature features are a Tiffany glass ceiling and a panoramic Crow’s Nest bar. This is the third year Belfast has been on MV Oriana’s itinerary- she first called in 2010, and again in 2015. This year she is calling twice in August.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

6
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Silversea
Silver Wind
  • Length:
    156m
  • Draft:
    5.35m
  • Tonnes:
    17,235
  • Passengers:
    400
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Silver Wind entered service in 1995 and is the second ship of her class, the first being her sister ship Silver Cloud, who has been in service since 1994. Silver Wind is calling into Belfast Harbour on her way back to Southampton from Iceland. This is the first time she has visited since 2008.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping

9
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

9
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Fred Olsen
Balmoral
  • Length:
    218m
  • Draft:
    7.25m
  • Tonnes:
    43,537
  • Passengers:
    1360
  • Crew:
    400
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Balmoral is named after the Scottish home of the Royal Family and the facilities on board also follow this Scottish theme; the restaurants are called Ballindalloch, Avon and Spey and there’s also a comfy pub with occasional live music or comedy. Balmoral is smaller than most of the cruise ships calling into the Harbour this year and can hold 1,300 guests. This is Balmoral’s seventh visit to Belfast.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping

9
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Phoenix Reisen
Artania
  • Length:
    231m
  • Draft:
    8m
  • Tonnes:
    44,656
  • Passengers:
    1200
  • Crew:
    520
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

German cruise ship Artania began life as the Royal Princess. She was transferred to the P&O fleet in April 2005 and renamed Artemis. In 2011 she was passed to Phoenix Reisen and renamed MV Artania. The German cruise ship first visited in 2014 and is calling once in 2017.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

10
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Majestic International
Ocean Majesty
  • Length:
    130m
  • Draft:
    6.3m
  • Tonnes:
    10,417
  • Passengers:
    100
  • Crew:
    50
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Ocean Majesty started life as Spanish ferry Juan March. She has visited Belfast six times since 2007, 2017 will be her seventh. Ocean Majesty is one of the smallest cruise ships visiting this year, with only 100 passengers and 50 crew.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

10
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

11
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Mein Schiff
  • Length:
    263m
  • Draft:
    8.4m
  • Tonnes:
    76,998
  • Passengers:
    1924
  • Crew:
    780
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

German owned TUI Cruises christened its first ship, "Mein Schiff," in 2009. TUI held a public contest to determine the ship's name and the winner was Mein Schiff, which translates to "my ship." The German cruise ship is calling into Belfast once in 2017, having visited 8 times before now.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

12
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Prinsendam
  • Length:
    204m
  • Draft:
    7.25m
  • Tonnes:
    37,983
  • Passengers:
    766
  • Crew:
    460
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

2017 is the 13th year that Prinsendam has visited Belfast. The classic 204m ship is calling as part of her 34 day “North Cape, Irish & Scottish Explorer” tour, which also features Norway, Iceland and Scotland.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

13
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Oriana
  • Length:
    260m
  • Draft:
    7.9m
  • Tonnes:
    69,153
  • Passengers:
    1822
  • Crew:
    794
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Oriana is an exclusively for adults, mid-sized ship that elegantly combines classic design features with Art Deco touches. Oriana’s signature features are a Tiffany glass ceiling and a panoramic Crow’s Nest bar. This is the third year Belfast has been on MV Oriana’s itinerary- she first called in 2010, and again in 2015. This year she is calling twice in August.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

13
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Fred Olsen
Boudicca
  • Length:
    205m
  • Draft:
    7.5m
  • Tonnes:
    28,388
  • Passengers:
    900
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Boudicca is the only ship departing from Belfast this year. Her first cruise is in April, when she sets sail from Belfast for a tour around Norway’s Fjords, ending the cruise back in Belfast. In May she begins and ends her Scotland cruise in Belfast and in August she calls into Belfast on her way back to Liverpool from Canada.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping

18
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Celebrity
Silhouette
  • Length:
    315m
  • Draft:
    8.6m
  • Tonnes:
    122,210
  • Passengers:
    2886
  • Crew:
    1250
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

At 315m Silhouette is one of the biggest ships visiting this year. She has won awards for her dining facilities on cruisecritic.com, which is no surprise as the ship has 12 restaurants.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

19
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Crystal Symphony
  • Length:
    238m
  • Draft:
    7.75m
  • Tonnes:
    51,044
  • Passengers:
    940
  • Crew:
    545
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The Crystal Symphony is regarded as one of the most spacious and luxurious cruise ships at sea. On-board amenities include grand lounges, a full-service fitness facility, a casino, a spa, expansive decks, a swimming pool with an extra-large jacuzzi, as well as award-winning cuisine and entertainment. Crystal Symphony is calling twice in 2017- once in June and once in August.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

19
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

22
nd
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

23
rd
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Seabourn Quest
  • Length:
    198m
  • Draft:
    6.5m
  • Tonnes:
    32,346
  • Passengers:
    450
  • Crew:
    335
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Seabourn Quest is visiting for the third time in 2017, having previously visited last year, and in 2014. Seabourn Quest is calling as part of her 40 night Dover to Montreal cruise. Other unique destinations on the tour include Holy Loch, Scotland, the Scilly Isles, Wales, Iceland, Greenland, Newfoundland and Quebec.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

25
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Mein Schiff 4
  • Length:
    295m
  • Draft:
    8.05m
  • Tonnes:
    99,150
  • Passengers:
    2790
  • Crew:
    1030
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Mein Schiff 4 is visiting Belfast three times in 2017. The German cruise ship is the 4th ship in the TUI fleet and entered service in 2015. It is an all-inclusive ship and is famed for its fun atmosphere, music events and theme cruises.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

26
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Silver Whisper
  • Length:
    186m
  • Draft:
    6.12m
  • Tonnes:
    28,258
  • Passengers:
    400
  • Crew:
    300
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Silver Whisper has visited Belfast every year since 2012. The luxury cruise ship provides more space per passenger than any other cruise ship. The passenger-to-crew ratio is also high, with 295 crew members for the 382 passengers.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

26
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
FTI Cruises
Berlin
  • Length:
    139m
  • Draft:
    5m
  • Tonnes:
    9,570
  • Passengers:
    450
  • Crew:
    200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

German cruise ship Berlin is calling into Belfast as part of her tour of the British Isles. Berlin is a small classic cruise ship, with two restaurants, three bars and lounges, an outside pool, a fitness area, a sauna spa area and a large library. This is the ship’s fourth visit to Belfast- she first called 21 years ago, in 1996.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

29
th
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

31
st
Aug
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Marco Polo
  • Length:
    176m
  • Draft:
    8.1m
  • Tonnes:
    22,080
  • Passengers:
    820
  • Crew:
    356
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Marco Polo started life as Soviet passenger ship Aleksandr Pushkin in 1965. In 1993, following the purchase by Orient Lines, Marco Polo began a varying itinerary of cruises all over the world, including unusual destinations such as South-East Asia, Africa, and Antarctica. Marco Polo is calling into Belfast four times in 2017.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

2
nd
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

6
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Fred Olsen
Braemar
  • Length:
    195m
  • Draft:
    5.42m
  • Tonnes:
    24,344
  • Passengers:
    929
  • Crew:
    371
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Braemar is calling twice in 2017- once in May and again in August. This is the fifth year that the Fred Olsen Cruise Line’s ship has called into Belfast, she first visited in 2010. One of the focal points on Braemar is a beautifully painted, five-deck high Atrium which leads to the Fitness Centre, Palms Café, Coral Club and the Thistle Restaurant.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

8
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Princess Cruises
Pacific Princess
  • Length:
    158m
  • Draft:
    7m
  • Tonnes:
    30,277
  • Passengers:
    680
  • Crew:
    350
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Pacific Princess is visiting us again this year, after calling for the first time last year. Operated by Princess Cruises, who also charter Caribbean Princess- a regular visitor to our shores, Pacific Princess is much smaller, holding just 688 passengers. Pacific Princess has 8 restaurants, 5 showrooms and lounges, a spa and fitness centre, a casino, a jogging track and a variety of shops.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

8
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Grand Circle Cruise Line
Corinthian
  • Length:
    88m
  • Draft:
    4.5m
  • Tonnes:
    4,077
  • Passengers:
    98
  • Crew:
    70
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The M/V Corinthian is an ice-strengthened ocean-cruising vessel. She was built in 1990, refurbished in 2009 and acquired by Grand Circle Cruise Line in 2014. This is the first year Corinthian has called into Belfast and she is visiting 12 times.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

9
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Columbus
  • Length:
    246m
  • Draft:
    8.15m
  • Tonnes:
    63,786
  • Passengers:
    1400
  • Crew:
    500
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

This is Columbus’ first visit to Belfast. Formerly P&O’s Pacific Pearl, CMV added her to its fleet this year and renamed her Columbus. The ship will undergo a significant refurbishment at the beginning of this year and when the ship launches in June 2017 it will be the flagship of CMV’s fleet, and will carry 1,400 passengers.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

14
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Regal Princess
  • Length:
    330m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    139,000
  • Passengers:
    3600
  • Crew:
    1500
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Regal Princess is the biggest ship to visit this year at 330m. This is her fourth visit to Belfast- the first was in 2003. Regal Princess is visiting Belfast as part of her 26 day Copenhagen to New York Cruise, which is also visiting Russia, Norway, Germany, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Scotland and the USA. This cruise alone will bring 3,600 passengers and 1,500 crew to our shores.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

15
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Caribbean Princess
  • Length:
    289.5m
  • Draft:
    8.7m
  • Tonnes:
    112,894
  • Passengers:
    3175
  • Crew:
    1200
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship, with capacity for over 3,600 passengers. She has 11 cafes and restaurants, 7 showrooms and lounges, 5 pools and she was the first modern cruise ship to have an outdoor theatre. Caribbean Princess is calling 12 times in 2017, bringing 52,500 people to the city this year alone.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping.

15
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Prestige
Nautica
  • Length:
    181m
  • Draft:
    5.95m
  • Tonnes:
    30,277
  • Passengers:
    824
  • Crew:
    386
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Nautica is visiting us three times in 2017. In June she is visiting as part of her 13 day British Isles trip. In August she is calling as part of her 41 day tour of Northern Europe and in September as part of her 25 day ‘Legends and Lore’ cruise. This will be the sixth year that Nautica has called into Belfast Harbour.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

15
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Hebridean Princess
  • Length:
    71.6m
  • Draft:
    3.8m
  • Tonnes:
    2,112
  • Passengers:
    49
  • Crew:
    25
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

The exclusive Hebridean Princess is the smallest cruise ship to visit Belfast in 2017, at just 72m long and holding 49 passengers.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping

17
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Seven Seas Explorer
  • Length:
    224m
  • Draft:
    7.15m
  • Tonnes:
    55,000
  • Passengers:
    700
  • Crew:
    450
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Seven Seas Explorer entered service in July 2016 and she is calling twice in 2017. The luxurious 224m long cruise ship features 375 all-suite, all-balcony cabins with the largest balconies at sea.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

19
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Phoenix Reisen
Albatros
  • Length:
    205m
  • Draft:
    7.5m
  • Tonnes:
    28,518
  • Passengers:
    812
  • Crew:
    450
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Albatros is a German cruise ship who celebrated her 40th year in service in 2013. She first visited Belfast Harbour 20 years ago in 1997. Albatros is visiting Belfast twice in 2017, in July and September as part of tours of the UK and Ireland.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

27
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Phoenix Reisen
Amadea
  • Length:
    193m
  • Draft:
    6.7m
  • Tonnes:
    28,856
  • Passengers:
    604
  • Crew:
    292
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

German cruise ship Amadea is calling into Belfast as part of her 11 day tour of Ireland, Scotland and England. This is her 9th visit to Belfast, having first visited in 2006. Of all cruise ships on the German market Amadea is unique as she provides an exceptional amount of individual space for every guest.

Ships Agent: Doyle Shipping.

28
th
Sep
Arrive
Depart
Company
Ship Name
Marco Polo
  • Length:
    176m
  • Draft:
    8.1m
  • Tonnes:
    22,080
  • Passengers:
    820
  • Crew:
    356
  • Berthing at:
    TBC

Marco Polo started life as Soviet passenger ship Aleksandr Pushkin in 1965. In 1993, following the purchase by Orient Lines, Marco Polo began a varying itinerary of cruises all over the world, including unusual destinations such as South-East Asia, Africa, and Antarctica. Marco Polo is calling into Belfast four times in 2017.

Ships Agent: Hamilton Shipping