Berth Facts

Geographically Perfect

The Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore is an iconic, dedicated two-berth cruise facility built to accommodate the largest seafaring cruise liners in service today. Located at the southern tip of central Singapore, you will appreciate the convenience of being close to the airport and the city centre.

Deep waters and the absence of height restrictions provide a large turning basin even for the largest vessels - this means you get to experience faster docking and lesser waiting time, regardless of the cruise line you are on.

Purpose built for your pleasure

Everything from the vast interior, ample coach bays, car parking lots and the convenient access road is built for your seamless, uninterrupted enjoyment.

Pier & Terminal Design

Pier DesignTerminal Design
footprint: 120m x 335m
  • Pier Length
    (including mooring dolphins of 60m)
  • Pier Width
  • Ability to berth ships of up to 220,000 GRT and measuring up to 360m (1,181 feet) in length with a draft of up to 11.5m (37.73 feet)
  • Terminal Space
    28,000 sqm
  • Car park & Coach bay area
    32,000 sqm
  • Design Load
    6,800 pax
    (or 13,600 throughput), capacity to concurrently berth two 3,000-pax cruise ships
  • Capacity to achieve per passenger turnaround of within 30 minutes*

* Time period based on the point when passenger disembarks from the cruise ship
to the point he/she steps out of the terminal.

Built with a conscience

The Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore is a Green Marked development. The Green Mark Scheme was launched by the Building Construction Authority in Singapore as an initiative to drive Singapore's construction industry towards more environment-friendly buildings - intended to promote sustainability in the built environment and raise environmental awareness among developers, designers and builders when they start project conceptualisation and design, as well as during construction.