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Cruise Center HafenCity

The Cruise Center HafenCity went into operation in 2006 as Hamburg´s first down-town cruise terminal. Two terminal buildings and two berths were used to serve cruise ships arriving and departing until 2016. Following the dismantling of Terminal 2 in 2016, one terminal and one berth (for cruise ships of a length of up to 345 m and a draught of up to 11 m) were available for calls until June 2020. 

At the site of the southern "Überseequartier" a new, modern terminal is currently being built, which will replace the current Cruise Center HafenCity from the end of 2023 onwards. The new cruise terminal will be integrated into a complex ensemble of buildings with underground bus station, car parking spaces and a taxi curbside as well as a hotel and retail spaces. The terminal will offer 2 berths with a capacity to serve up to 3.600 passengers simultaneously.


Cruise Center HafenCity

Terminal address

Cruise Center HafenCity
Großer Grasbrook 19 / Chicagokai
20457 Hamburg
Germany

info@cgh.hamburg.de

Services at the terminal


Luggage Service

TEfra Gepäckservice


Car Rental

Europcar, Sixt, Hertz

 

Arrival to the terminal

By road

From the A1

Take the exit towards Freihafen, turn left into Versmannstraße, turn left and cross Baakenbrücke. Take the next available left to get to the Cruise Center HafenCity.

From A7

Take the exit towards Hamburg-Waltershof. Proceed via Köhlbrandbrücke towards Zentrum/Speicherstadt, turn left and cross Baakenbrücke Baakenbrücke. Take the next available left to get to the Cruise Center HafenCity.

By Public Transport

From Hamburg central railway station

Take the U4 (tube) bound for HafenCity Universität. Alight at Überseequartier station. The Cruise Center HafenCity is located 50m from the tube station.

From Hamburg airport

Take the S1 train bound for Hauptbahnhof/Hbf. There, change to U4 (tube) bound for HafenCity Universität. Alight at Überseequartier station The Cruise Center HafenCity is located 50m from the tube station.