Welcome to the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg "Marine Façade"
PLC "Passenger Port of St. Petersburg "Marine Façade "- is the first and only in the North-Western region of Russia and also the largest in the Baltic region specialized passenger port located on the alluvial areas of Vasilievsky Island. The port complex includes seven berths with a total length 2171,06 meters to receive cruise ships up to 330 meters long, three cruise and one specialized cruise - ferry terminal.
Construction of the new port in Nevskaya Guba began in 2005 and in September 2008 port received a first ship with passengers on board. The project of the port construction has been realized in a public-private partnership in accordance with the Law of St. Petersburg. 27th May 2011, after the completion of construction and commissioning 100% shares of PLC “Passenger Port of St. Petersburg "Marine Façade were transferred to the city of Saint-Petersburg.
Passenger Port of St. Petersburg "Marine Façade" is an active participant in the global cruise market and participates in the annual meetings, exhibitions and associations, of which it is in particular: CLIA Europe and CLIA UK & IRELAND (Cruise Lines International Association), IAPH (International Association of Ports and Harbors), Cruise Europe, Association of Sea Commercial port, Association of the cruise market.
At the 2009 Seatrade Europe exhibition Passenger port of Saint Petersburg was awarded the “Transit Port of the Year” by Seatrade Insider Cruise Awards, and in 2011 at the Cruise Shipping Miami exhibition Passenger port of Saint Petersburg won the Dream World Cruise Destinations magazine award in the “Most Improved Port Facilities” category.