Hamburg Cruise Center Steinwerder

The Cruise Centre 3 is built in the port area of Steinwerder, right in the heart of the Port of Hamburg. The berth at Kronprinzkai will be able to accommodate modern cruise liners and since June 2015 the next generation of cruise ships can dock there.

Unlike the existing terminals in Altona and HafenCity the new terminal will have one building for arriving and one building for departing passengers. This is to ensure that the new class of cruise ships with higher passenger-carrying capacity can be serviced fast and efficiently.

A 35.000 m² large area right next to the embarkation and disembarkation buildings will offer sufficient long-term and short-term parking facilities. The plans provide for up to 1,500 parking spaces for private vehicles and more than 20 coach bays as well as taxi passenger drop-off and pick-up points.

Important Contacts

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Berth Information

No. of Berths: 


Terminal Building No.: 


Indoor Operational Area: 

10.600 m²

Max. length: 

over 330 m

Max. Depth (based on Mean Low Water): 

13.0 m

Max. Air Draught: 

no limits

Boarding Facilities: 

  • Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB)

Shore Gangways on request: 

  • No information yet

Shore Side Electricity: 

  • No

Terminal Information

Waste Disposal: 

  • Yes

Fresh Water Supply: 

  • Yes

Grey Water Disposal: 

  • No


  • No information yet

ISPS certified: 

  • No information yet


  • Yes

Pilotage Service: 

  • Yes

Tender Facilities: 

  • Not applicable

Nautical Approach

The distance to the North Sea is 70 sea miles. There are neither bridges nor locks on the way. The average cruising time is 6,5 hours.

Terminal Operator

Terminal Owner

Compliance to EU Passenger Rights


Following a proposal made by the Commission in December 2008 the Council and the European Parliament adopted on 24 November 2010 Regulation 1177/2010 concerning rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway. The Regulation was published on 17 December 2010 in the Official Journal of the EU and its provisions will apply as from 18 December 2012.

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