Tourism

Belfast Harbour plays a central role in supporting and developing the Northern Ireland tourism offer.

CRUISE BELFAST

Belfast Harbour works in partnership with Belfast Visitor & Convention Bureau on the 'Cruise Belfast' Initiative. 2016 will see Belfast Harbour play host to almost 145,000 cruise visitors. Belfast has become a popular destination in the last decade for international cruise companies as a port of call. Annually the Cruise Belfast Initiative contributes a visitor spend in excess of £10m to the city and regional economy.

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TITANIC BELFAST Signature Project

Belfast Harbour was the main private funder for the development of Titanic Belfast - a Titanic Visitor Experience which opened in 2012, 100 years after Titanic set sail. Over 700,000 people visited Titanic Belfast in its first 12 months of opening; exceeding all forecasts. 

Investment

Belfast Harbour invested £37m creating a world-class ferry terminal for Stena. Access to both the Stena Terminal and the neighbouring Norfolkline ferry terminal was greatly enhanced by the £3.2m upgrade to two of the port's busiest roads, to provide a seamless link to the city's motorway network via an unbroken four lane carriageway for the Port's 1.4 million ferry passengers. There are over 80 weekly sailings through Belfast's passenger terminals to Scotland, England and the Isle of Man.