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One ‘Hull’ Of A Step Forward In New Cruise Terminal As Funds Agreed

It has been announced that funds are being put in place in order to help Hull realise the vision of having a specially built cruise terminal in the city. Councillors have announced that funds will be set aside to help move the project further.

The idea has been muted for a number of years for a cruise terminal to be built in the Yorkshire port but only now has the financial green light been given.

The project is estimated to be costing around £30m and Councillors have now agreed to borrow another £9.2m for the project.  The council though are adamant that they cannot do it alone and that the government should be putting a proportion of funds towards the project.

Councillor Darren Hale of Hull City Council stated his belief in the project and that it can only be a good thing for the city:

“This is a scheme that will be a game-changer for Hull and we’re hoping that they can find the money – and yes we will put some money in, but it will take a much larger amount of money for it to happen. But these schemes do make a difference. It transformed Liverpool and we believe it will transform Hull when it happens.”


Main Image: (c) Jordan Bailey



Nearly 30 year old who has had an interest in cruising since 8 years old. Since then I have cruised on over 43 cruises sailing around the world visiting places such as the USA, Japan, Hong Kong, Egypt, Europe and many other places. Have also worked in the cruise industry with Carnival UK, Celebrity Cruises and Planet Cruise.

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