Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg is the first and only specialized passenger port in the North-West of Russia and also the largest one in the Baltic region. The Port is located on the reclaimed territories of Vasilievsky Island. The port complex includes seven berths with a total length of 2,171.06 meters, three cruise terminals and one combined cruise-ferry terminal. Passenger port of Saint Petersburg can receive cruise ships of up to 340 meters in length.
Construction of a new port in Nevskaya Guba began in 2005, and already in September 2008 the Port received its first ship with passengers on board. The port construction project was realized through public-private partnership in accordance with the Law of St. Petersburg. «Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg «Marine Façade» PLC is the only marine terminal operator at the Port.
On 27th of May 2011, after construction was complete and the facility was commissioned, all shares of «Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg «Marine Façade» PLC were transferred to the city of Saint Petersburg.
«Passenger Port of Saint Petersburg «Marine Façade» PLC is an active participant of the global cruise market and appears regularly at international cruise industry events and exhibitions. The Port is a member of Association of Commercial Seaports, CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association), Cruise Industry Members Association, Cruise Europe, Association of Marine Tourism Enterprises.