Greenwich Cruise Terminal

The terminal is being built in the Royal borough of Greenwich Credit: Greewich Council

More plans will be unveiled today for the Cruise Liner terminal coming to London. It is anticipated that nearly 100 cruise ships per annum will moor in Royal Greenwich within the heart of the capital when the terminal is fully operational.

CGI of the new terminal Credit: Greenwich Council

The cruise terminal is being built at Greenwich Peninsula and will see cruise ships sail past the Thames Barrier, the new Emirates Cable Car, The 02 Arena and the Canary Wharf skyline to dock at the terminal close to the world-famous Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site and the Cutty Sark.

30,000 extra tourists a year are expected when the terminal opens Credit: Greenwich Council