MUELLE MALIAÑO

Time lapse: Construction of the New Pier

As announced last May, the port of Santander now boasts a new cruise terminal. The new Maliaño Pier is equipped to accommodate larger and more sustainable vessels. The project, with an execution period of 18 months, required an investment of 28 million euros and received funding from the European Union. This development enhances the urban…

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Oficina Regional Turismo

New Regional Tourism Office at Santander’s Maritime Station

We are excited to announce the opening of the brand-new Regional Tourism Office located at  Santander’s Maritime Station. This strategic addition to the city’s infrastructure aims to enhance the visitor experience for cruise passengers and tourists alike. Designed to be a hub of information and assistance, the Regional Tourism Office offers a comprehensive range of…

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The Port of Santander kicked off the 2023 Cruise Ship Season with a triple stopover

It was with a triple stopover of the SIRENA, SH DIANA and LE BELLOT ships. Similarly, a few days later, the Port received the visit of LE DUMONT DÚRVILL (30 April) and AMERA (1 May) cruise ships and as a finishing touch to these first days of the season, the stunning ship VENTURA docked in…

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Santander, Cruise Ship Destination

The President of Cantabria, Miguel Angel Revilla, has highlighted the transformation that the Port of Santander is undergoing, thanks to the strategic actions underway with an investment of 170 million Euros, which are consolidating its position as an «asset» of the Autonomous Community and furthering its progress towards the objective of 9 million tonnes. Revilla…

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Cantabria wishes good journey to «SANTOÑA», the new ship

Cantabria welcomes «Santoña», the new Brittany Ferries Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) ship named after this Cantabrian town, and wished a «good voyage» to this «colossus» of 215 meters in length and almost 28 meters in beam that will make, from today on, the Santander-Portsmouth route twice a week (Wednesdays and Sundays). This is the first…

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«QUEEN VICTORIA» welcome to Santander

Today the «Queen Victoria» cruise ship, of the british shipping company «Cunard» is docking in the port of Santander. This will be the last cruise stop of this year 2022. Around 1.800 cruise passengers, the majority British, are traveling onboard this 294-meter-long ship. Many of the travelers will go on excursions around Santander (guided or…

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Today, VENTURA cruise has arrived for the 6th time this year

Arround 3.000 British cruise passengers arrived in #Cantabria today thanks to a new visit by the #Ventura de P&O Cruises to Cantabria. Laredo, Santander, Santoña, Santillana del Mar, Comillas or Cabarceno Nature Park are some of the places they will enjoy.

MARINA CRUISE

The Port of Santander welcomes MARINA CRUISE

Due to a change in itinerary, the Marina cruise ship, which already stopped in 2011, will dock today in Santander. Marina blends sophistication with a contemporary flair to create a casually elegant ambiance. From the sparkling Lalique Grand Staircase to the stunning Owner’s Suites furnished with Ralph Lauren Home, designer touches are everywhere, highlighting the finest residential…

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3 luxury cruise ships will dock this week in Santander

The first of the ships will be the “Hanseatic Nature”, from the Hapag Lloyd company. A luxury cruise with 89 passengers will arrive at Raos tomorrow. On friday, for the first time in Cantabria, «Le Dumont d’Urville» and «World Voyager» will as well arrive. The “Hanseatic Nature” cruise ship, belonging to the Hapag Lloyd company…

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