New Sea Passenger port

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New Sea Passenger port
Location
Country Russia
Location St. Petersburg, Vasilievsky Island
Coordinates 59°56′48″N 30°11′32″E / 59.94667°N 30.19222°E / 59.94667; 30.19222Coordinates: 59°56′48″N 30°11′32″E / 59.94667°N 30.19222°E / 59.94667; 30.19222
Details
Opened July, 28th 2007
Operated by Big port Saint Petersburg
Owned by Marine Facade Management Company (builder)
Type of harbor Passenger Sea Terminus
Available berths 3
Wharfs 7
Piers 0
Statistics
Passenger traffic 12,000 per day[1]
Website
"Порт" [Port] (in Russian). Marine Facade Management Company Official Cite. Retrieved 2011-08-29. 

The New Sea Passenger port of the Marine Facade was completed on 27 May 2011[2] and was officially handed over to the city government of St. Petersburg, Russia. It is located on reclaimed alluvial territories of the Sea Facade of Vasilevsky island fronting the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea.

Officially the port has no name yet, a section on the official site has the name "port".[1] The last document of the Saint Petersburg City Administration names the area "the sea passenger terminal on Vasilevsky island".[3]

Construction chronology[edit]

In 2006
Marine facade Company has built:
  • 35 hectares of reclaimed land;
  • The technological channel on water area of seaport for building of moorings;
  • Access technological road;
  • The dividing dam.
In 2007
By July, 28th the educational sailing vessel named "Young Baltiets" was moored at berth number seven.[4]
In 2008
Two moorings, building the cruise terminal and coastal constructions necessary for work are constructed and transferred in the summer.[1]
In 2009
On August a hydrofoil line to Peterhof and Winter Palace was started.[5]
In 2011
Work on the passenger port was completed and the newly completed Marine Facade sea passenger port was officially handed over to the city government.[6]
The schedule of building of port[1]
Stage Year Harbor walls Note
1 2008 Two walls With a complex necessary port structures
2 2009 Three walls
3 2010 Two walls

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Порт" [Port] (in Russian). Marine Facade Management Company Official Cite. Retrieved 2011-08-29. 
  2. ^ http://www.passengerport-mf.spb.ru/en/
  3. ^ Matvienko, Valentina (2007-11-13). "Постановление правительства Санкт-Петербурга № 1431 от 13 ноября 2007" [The order of the government of St.-Petersburg Number 1431 from November, 13th 2007] (in Russian). Saint Petersburg City Administration. Retrieved 2009-09-13. [dead link]
  4. ^ "News. 28.07.2007" (in English). Marine Facade Management Company Official Cite. 2007-07-28. Retrieved 2009-09-13. 
  5. ^ ""Морской фасад" связали с фонтанами Петродворца" ["Sea facade" have connected with fountains of Petrodvorets]. City (in Russian) (fontanka.ru). 2009-08-21. Retrieved 2009-09-13. 
  6. ^ http://sptimes.ru/index.php?action_id=2&story_id=34077

St Petersburg Sea Passenger Port Cruise Ship berthing schedule