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Dun Laoghaire Harbour Cruise Liner Calls 2019

1st May 2019
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Star Pride arrives in Dun Laoghaire Harbour in 2017 accompanied by the Dublin Port Tug Beaufort off her port bow. The ship returns to Dun Laoghaire on June 20th Star Pride arrives in Dun Laoghaire Harbour in 2017 accompanied by the Dublin Port Tug Beaufort off her port bow. The ship returns to Dun Laoghaire on June 20th Photo: Afloat

Dun Laoghaire Harbour is set for seven cruise liner calls this summer over the period from May to September. 

The first caller will be the Norwegian Pearl that is scheduled to anchor next Monday off the Harbour Mouth on her maiden voyage to Dun Laoghaire as Afloat previously reported here. The ship has 2,394 passengers and 1,087 crew.

The next liner into Dun Laoghaire will be another to anchor off the Harbour and that is the 292.5m Costa Mediterranea, ten days later on May 15.

Cruise visitors will only miss the Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta sailing activity in the harbour by a week when the Star Pride arrives on June 20th but passengers on board the Star Breeze that arrives on September 7th will see the spectacle of the Flying Fifteen World Championships that is being hosted by the National Yacht Club from 2-13th.

The full list is below:

Cruise Calls to Dun Laoghaire Harbour 2019

  • Mon  06/05/2019              Norwegian Pearl - (Tender Call)
  • Wed 15/05/2019              Costa Mediterianea - (Tender Call)
  • Mon 20/05/2019               Ocean Atlantic
  • Wed 22/05/2019               Ocean Atlantic
  • Thurs 20/06/2019             Star Pride
  • Sat 07/09/2019                  Star Breeze
  • Sat 21/09/2019                  Star Breeze
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