ABP-Associated British Ports restarts cruises in Cardiff, Wales with Hebridean Princess

   July 29, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

ABP-Associated British Ports welcomed the return to cruising to its Port Cardiff Wales, with the homeporting of Hebridean Island Cruises UK's ship Hebridean Princess on July 28, 2021, following a long absence due to the Coronavirus/COVID crisis.

With health & safety at the core of the company values, ABP has enhanced its operations in order to provide safe security services, on-site car parking, and a quayside terminal for Hebridean Princess to ensure COVID-safe operation is delivered to the ship's customers.

Port of Cardiff (Wales)

Luxury ships like Hebridean Princess choose Cardiff for its accessibility, not just as a gateway to other British Isles' parts, but also to the historic Welsh capital, and for the unique views of Cardiff Bay, Penarth, and Flatholm Island on the port's approach.

Hebridean Princess accommodates has max capacity 50 passengers, served by 38 crew-staff, with itineraries that visit some of Britain's most scenic parts.

With a further visit scheduled for August 11, 2021, the Port of Cardiff Wales welcomes the return of luxury cruise calls over the summer season.

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