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Pictured: "The World" and "Ocean Countess" alongside Greenock Ocean Terminal

Glasgow (Greenock)

Glasgow (Greenock) Download Port Details (pdf)
Location: 55° 57’ N 004° 45’ W
No. of Berths: 2
Berth details:Ocean Terminal, Max L.O.A. 376m. Depth: 12.6m
Anchorage: N/A – alongside berthing at all times
Distance to Landing Stage: N/A
Tidal range/movement: 3.0m
Pilotage: Compulsory
Town centre: 0.5km
Shuttle to town: Not required - walking distance to town
Nearest airport: Glasgow, 24km

 

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Andrew Hemphill
Peel Ports Group Ltd - Clydeport, Greenock Ocean Terminal, Patrick Street, Greenock, Scotland, PA16 8UU

T: +44 (0)1475 726171 F: +44 (0)1475 888130
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W: www.cruiseglasgow.com

The natural deepwater port of Greenock offers a safe, convenient stopping point for cruise ships of all sizes, accessible 24/7 with no tidal or lock restrictions.

Magnificent views across to the mountains and beyond welcome all ships arriving and leaving the port, which is outstanding in its access to tourist destinations, historic sites, and shopping - a real hidden gem. From the moment passengers disembark to the stirring sounds of a traditional pipers welcome, they experience the friendliness and character for which Scotland is well renowned.

The town of Greenock is just a 5 minute walk from the terminal, with its spectacular views over the River Clyde from the Esplanade. The viewpoint at Lyle Hill boasts vistas of Long Long, Holy Loch , Loch Goil, Gareloch, the Argyll Hills and a number of Munros on a clear day. There are many examples of fine Victorian architecture such as the Municipal Buildings, Sheriff Court, Custom House and the McLean Museum, which is most certainly worth a visit to learn more about the fascinating history of Greenock and the local area.

Greenock Ocean Terminal lies at the heart of an air, rail and road network providing easy access to the rest of Scotland- from Scotland’s largest city Glasgow with its fantastic range of visitor attractions and iconic architecture to the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, from Ayrshire’s Burns Country to majestic Edinburgh.

The spacious quayside can easily accommodate 60 coaches with further parking facilities available on site. The newly refurbished terminal building provides access to a host of local information for both passengers and crew, from opportunities to purchase essential items and souvenirs, right through to internet access.

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