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(c) Port of Tyne


The Port of Tyne is one of the UK’s most popular cruise and ferry ports. Located off the north east coast of England, the port is ideally located for itineraries to Northern Europe, Iceland, Round Britain, Eastern Mediterranean, the Baltic and positioning cruises. With two purpose built lock-free cruise berths, the port’s operational teams expertly handle both turnaround, overnight visits and transit calls at our award-winning International Passenger Terminal.

With continuous investment designed to enhance the passenger experience, including a project to increase capacity of the main cruise facility, Northumbrian Quay, the port is dedicated to providing an excellent customer experience. With a diverse range of attractions within a one hour drive time, the area offers the two UNESCO World Heritage sites in Durham Cathedral and Hadrian’s Wall, in addition to stunning coastlines, dramatic castles and vibrant, award-winning cities.

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Port contacts


Kate O'Hara, Commercial Director
Maritime House Tyne Dock
NE34 9PT South Shields
United Kingdom
+44 (0)191 440 7403

Page last updated: 2020-12-02 16:18