Following a 2-year pause, Guernsey Island (St Peter Port, Channel Islands UK) is gearing up to receive a total of 84 cruise ship calls this season.
The first scheduled to arrive is Hapag-Lloyd's Hanseatic Spirit ship on April 15, 2022.
The last cruise ship to visit will be NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Star on October 25, 2022.
Among the other liners visiting Guernsey are Cunard’s Queen Victoria, MSC’s MSC Virtuosa, and Ambassador Cruise Line’s ship Ambience.
A VisitGuernsey spokesperson said they were really looking forward to welcoming their first cruise ship passengers in over 2 years to St Peter Port this summer.
‘Cruising is an important part of our tourism economy and we continue to invest in our cruise offering, including the welcome, disembarkation process and an extensive and diverse shore excursion programme.’
Guernsey Island (officially "Bailiwick of Guernsey") is one of the UK (British Crown) dependencies - together with Isle of Man and Jersey Island. As such, Guernsey is independently administered and is not part of either the UK or the British Overseas Territories. Like Jersey, Guernsey is located on the English Channel, off France Normandy's coast. Part of the Bailiwick is also Herm Island.