Cruise Gate Hamburg GmbH

Booth number 1223-02

www.cruisegate-hamburg.de

Cruise Gate Hamburg is the terminal operator of the Hamburg Cruise Centers Altona, Steinwerder, Baakenhöft (and HafenCity from 2024).

About us

Cruise Gate Hamburg (CGH) is the terminal operator of the Hamburg Cruise Centers Altona, Steinwerder, Baakenhöft (and HafenCity from 2024). The company is the central point of contact for all cruise line companies calling Hamburg and in charge of the berthing allocation of the ships. Thanks to its different terminal locations, CGH offers customized solutions for cruise lines and can accomodate all kinds of cruise ships – from expedition to mega liners.

Ocean liners calling at the new HafenCity terminal (2 berths, 345 and 230 metres long, max. draught of 10.3 metres) will berth directly in the heart of the city near the Elbphilharmonie and right next to the historic Speicherstadt, UNESCO World Heritage Site.

From 2025, all Hamburg Cruise Terminals will be equipped with shore power technology which will make Hamburg the first port in Europe to offer alternative energy supply for ships at berth at all its cruise terminals.

Address
Cruise Gate Hamburg GmbH
Am Sandtorkai 66
20457 Hamburg
Germany

Phone: +49 40 428474971
Internet: www.cruisegate-hamburg.de

Contact person

Simone Tommaso Maraschi
Managing Director
Phone: +49 40 428474971

Products and Services

Cruise Gate Hamburg (CGH) is the terminal operator of the Hamburg Cruise Centers Altona, Steinwerder, Baakenhöft (and HafenCity from 2024). The company is the central point of contact for all cruise line companies calling Hamburg and in charge of the berthing allocation of the ships. Thanks to its different terminal locations, CGH offers customized solutions for cruise lines and can accomodate all kinds of cruise ships – from expedition to mega liners.

Ocean liners calling at the new HafenCity terminal (2 berths, 345 and 230 metres long, max. draught of 10.3 metres) will berth directly in the heart of the city near the Elbphilharmonie and right next to the historic Speicherstadt, UNESCO World Heritage Site.

From 2025, all Hamburg Cruise Terminals will be equipped with shore power technology which will make Hamburg the first port in Europe to offer alternative energy supply for ships at berth at all its cruise terminals.

Cruise Center Steinwerder

The Cruise Center Steinwerder is Hamburg’s most modern cruise terminal and operations started in June 2015. The two separate terminal buildings have capacities to handle more than 8,000 passengers per ship visit. The terminal accommodates cruise ships of the latest generation with a length of up to 405m and a draught of up to 13m.

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Cruise Center Altona

The Cruise Center Altona started operations in 2011. The terminal accommodates cruise ships up to a length of 300m and a draught of up to 10.5m. The terminal building with its huge glass front offers a spectacular view of Hamburg’s port. It is also open to visitors who can enjoy the panoramic view from the roof top terrace.

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Cruise Center HafenCity (opened in 2023/24)

The new HafenCity Terminal is currently being built in Hamburg Überseequartier and will comprise of two berths (345 metres & 230 metres long, max. draught of 10.3 metres). Cruise ships calling at the new terminal will berth directly in the heart of the city near the Elbphilharmonie and right next to the Speicherstadt, a Unesco World Heritage Site. The new facility is set to open in 2024 and will be equipped to deliver shore power to visiting vessels.


Further reading

News & Innovations

Port of Hamburg constructing new cruise terminal
The construction of an additional cruise terminal is currently underway in the Port of Hamburg in Germany. The HafenCity Cruise Terminal is being built in Hamburg Überseequartier and will comprise of two berths which are 345 metres and 230 metres long, respectively, accomodating ships with a maximum draught of 10.3 metres. Cruise ships calling at the new terminal will berth directly in the heart of the city near the Elbphilharmonie and right next to the Speicherstadt, a Unesco World Heritage Site. The terminal´s modern infrastructure will enable the parallel check-in of guests from multiple ships at berth. The new facility is set to open in 2024 and, just like the other terminals at the port, will be equipped to deliver shore power to visiting vessels. Further reading

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