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  • Representatives from Passenger Port of St. Petersburg Called Official Visit to Port of Singapore 31 July 2018

    July 23 until July 27, 2018, the Republic of Singapore saw the implementation of the Protocol on Cooperation between the Government of St. Petersburg and the Singapore Cooperation Agency, which was signed in November 2017, and the Roadmap for the Cooperation agreed at SPIEF 2018. St. Petersburg dele... More

  • Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony on Future Kruzenshtern Avenue 27 July 2018

    Today, the Passenger Port’s adjacent area witnessed the solemn ceremony of opening Krusenshtern Avenue in St. Petersburg. The ceremony was arranged for by the International Public Committee for Krusenshtern Avenue Opening and the World St. Peterburgians' Club. The event was attended by the... More

  • St. Petersburg Named Best Baltic and Scandinavia Destination for the Third Consecutive Year 27 July 2018

    The major cruise web portal Cruise Critic has once again named St. Petersburg the winner in the Best Baltic and Scandinavia Cruise Destination category.
    The most popular cruise destination in the region was chosen directly by tourists who left their testimonies regarding the city and the port... More

  • Berths at Passenger Port of St. Petersburg Moored Full 25 July 2018

    Today, July 25, seven vessels are moored at the berths in the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg. This is the first-time full mooring in 2018 and 15,469 passengers have arrived on board the cruise ships.
    MSC Orchestra (MSC Cruises cruise line), AIDAbella (Carnival Corporation), Viking Sun (Viki... More

  • Students Taken on Tour in Passenger Port of St. Petersburg 19 July 2018

    A group of 30 students from the Chechen State University enrolled in the Service and Tourism programme were taken on a tour arranged by the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg. They are doing their traineeships at the Pushkin Leningrad State University. Their visit to the Passenger Port had been schedu... More

  • Passenger Port of Saint-Petersburg Visited by Representatives of Royal Caribbean International 12 July 2018

    Today, the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg was visited by Adam Goldstein, Deputy Chairman of the Board, and Jorge Delgado, Vice President for Global Business Development, from Royal Caribbean International. During the visit, the guests had a glimpse of the port’s infrastructure and learnt abo... More

  • Friendly Football Match as Part of the City is Ready! 05 July 2018

    Today, as part of the St. Petersburg public campaign City is Ready! in line with the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, “Passenger Port of St. Petersburg “Marine Façade” PLC with the support from the Department of Physical Culture and Sports in the Administration o... More

  • Passenger Port of St. Petersburg Sets Another Record 30 June 2018

    Today, on June 30, 2018, the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg has set another record for the number of passengers accepted per day, with 18,198 cruise tourists having come ashore from the board of six cruise ships such as Norwegian Breakaway, Marina, Mein Schiff 1 NEW, Britannia, Zuiderdam, and Rega... More

  • Congratulations on the Day of Sea and River Fleet Workers! 29 June 2018

    “Passenger Port of St. Petersburg “Marine Façade” PLC is happy to congratulate professionals on the Day of Sea and River Fleet Workers! The water transport is one of the strategically important sectors of the Russia’s economy, which provides cargo and ... More

  • Seabourn Ovation First Called the Passenger Port 26 June 2018

    Today, the Seabourn Ovation cruise ship has arrived in the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg for a three-day parking. Having bought a ticket for this newest ship, you will enjoy Ultra Lux experience while going on a cruise, the cruise line spokesmen say. The ship took her maiden voyage in May 2018.... More

  • The Sapphire Princess Cruise Liner First Called the Passenger Port 09 June 2018

    Today, the Sapphire Princess cruise liner, operated by Princess Cruises, whose port of registry is London, first called the  Passenger Port of Saint-Petersburg. The ship was built in Japan at the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ shipyard. ... More

  • Kotka Mayor visited the Passenger Port 01 June 2018

    On May 31, within the framework of cooperation between PP SPb MF, PLC and the City of Kotka (Finland), representatives of the Kotka municipality in the person of the Mayor Esa Sirviö; Terhi Lindholm,  the Director for Development; David Lindström, the Director of the Agency for Region... More

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