Passenger Port of St. Petersburg welcomed 17 cruise ships last week
From 3rd to 09th of July Passenger Port of St. Petersburg received 17 cruise ships which brought 37 995 passengers. According to the port, the total berth time of the ships is 33 ship-days, total amount of passenger operations – 137 154.
Services provided to ships:
Fresh water bunkering – 5 059 m3
Garbage collection – 247 m3
Waste-waters reception – 3 626 m3
In the indicated period 0 helicopters have used the helipad of Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg for landing and take-off.
On 5th of July as a part of a visit to St. Petersburg, Passenger port was visited by representatives of the Panasonic company (Japan). The delegation headed by the director of the Panasonic Security System, Isao Simada, demonstrated new products designed specifically for seaports with the achievement of high-quality video surveillance, as well as preventing illegal actions.
On 6th of July within the framework of the Baltic Yacht Week 2017 business program, a round table "Yacht clubs of St. Petersburg in the realities of modern legislation" was held at Passenger port of St. Petersburg. During the event, representatives of the yachting community discussed such important issues as development of Water resources law and tax legislation, development of infrastructure for yachts and small boats, and popularization of sailing among young people. The total number of guests was more than 50 people.
On 7th of July representatives of "PP SPb MF" PLC took part in the Conference "Development of water tourism in St. Petersburg", which was held at SUE «Vodokanal of St. Petersburg». Moderator of the discussion about the issues of attractiveness, safety and further development of water tourism in St. Petersburg was Alexey Panfilov - Commercial Director in “PP SPb MF” PLC. Separate presentations were also made on the projects implemented at Passenger port of St. Petersburg in order to increase the flow of cruise and ferry tourists. Within the second part of the event, a regular meeting of the Gulf of Finland Maritime Assembly and the excursion to the Passenger port of St. Petersburg were held.
Maximum number of vessels at the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg this week – 7 vessels on July 9th.