Sea Passenger Terminal, St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg’s sea passenger terminal, Morskoy Fasad (Marine Facade), on Vasilievsky Island saw its official opening in 2008.
Russia’s first modern sea passenger terminal is built on 447 hectares of land reclaimed from the sea on the western part of Vasilievsky Island on the coast of the Gulf of Finland, close to the city’s historic center. The terminal is capable of receiving cruise vessels and ferries with a length of up to 311 meters and a draft of up to 8 meters. The new access channels are 10 kilometers long and 11 meters deep.
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