Port Cardiff is getting ready for a busy cruise season which commences with the visit of CMV Marco Polo on Monday, April 22, the Associated British Ports (ABP) announced.
From May through June 2019, three visits and more than 2000 cruise passengers are due to utilising port facilities and services offered by ABP South Wales at the port.
The Port of Cardiff already boasts a number of bookings for cruise visits during 2020 season, where travellers will either see Wales as part of the itineraries or embark on cruises from the port.
ABP South Wales provides bespoke quayside facilities to visiting cruise ships. Its 3 cruise ports, of Cardiff, Newport, and Swansea, are ideally situated with quick connections to M4 motorway.