SeaDream 1, operated by SeaDream Yacht Club, stopped by the south of England port to pick up passengers for a transatlantic voyage to the Caribbean.
Portsmouth International Port has become one of the first in the UK to be recognised by independent assessors for its new protocols to manage and reduce the risk of Covid-19 infections.
Weighing in at over 73,000 GT, in tonnage this is the largest ship the city has seen and demonstrates the capabilities now available at Portsmouth International Port.
Portsmouth International has become the first UK port to install a thermal temperature scanner, which will be available for cruise operators to screen their passengers.
Portsmouth International Port has confirmed construction firm Knights Brown will lead a multi-million-pound project to increase the size of docking facilities at the location.
Staff at Portsmouth International Port welcomed ‘Sea Explorer’, a small luxury cruise ship making its first ever call to the waterfront city on the 27th March from Casablanca.
With more cruise holidays on offer every year, and with constantly changing ships and itineraries, travel agents have to stay ahead of the game in a competitive market. That’s why a dozen holiday consultants, keen to expand their knowledge, will be at Portsmouth International Port this Monday. The group will be learning about the Port, looking at one of its biggest ever visitors, and discovering why the waterfront city makes a great destination for holidaymakers.