Passenger Port of St. Petersburg welcomed 17 cruise ships last week
From 10th to 16th of July Passenger Port of St. Petersburg received 17 cruise ships which brought 36 233 passengers. The total berth time of the ships is 34 ship-days, total amount of passenger operations – 130 283.
Services provided to ships:
Fresh water bunkering – 3 741 m3
Garbage collection – 487 m3
Waste-waters reception – 2 571 m3
In the indicated period 6 helicopters has used the helipad of Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg for landing and take-off.
On 11th and 12th of July Passenger port of St. Petersburg again has received the maximum number of ships - 7. Within two days the vessels have brought 23 458 passengers abroad. The next time seven ships are expected at Passenger Port of St. Petersburg on August 16th.
On July 13th Passenger port of St. Petersburg representatives took part in the opening ceremony of one of the international sailing regatta The Tall Ships Races 2017 stages. The regatta gathered about 70 sailboats from different parts of the world, including the famous Russian sailboats such as Mir, Sedov, Standard and Kruzenshtern. "PP SPb MF" PLC cooperates with the Kotka Mayor and The Port of Hamina Kotka within the framework of the South-East Finland-Russia CBC 2014-2020 Programme.
Maximum number of vessels at the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg this week – 7 vessels on July11th and 12th.