Newcastle Cruise Terminal

The award-winning, modern International Passenger Terminal can accommodate up to 2,000 passengers for a cruise turnaround. The Port of Tyne has a rich history, as there has been a port on the River Tyne - incredibly - for over 2000 years.

Its modern incarnation, in 2018, celebrated 50 years since the creation of the Port of Tyne by an Act of Parliament. The tourist information team happily greets visitors at Newcastle's cruise port to help them make the most of their time in the vibrant city and further afield.

Newcastle Cruise Terminal information

Which cruise lines use Newcastle Cruise Terminal?

Leading cruise lines that have cruises from Newcastle Cruise Terminal include Fred. Olsen, Saga, Seabourn, Regent Seven Seas, and Disney.

Contact details for Newcastle Cruise Terminal:

To get in touch with Newcastle Cruise Terminal call +44 (0)191 257 1373 or alternatively send the team a message via

Address: Coble Dene, North Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE29 6EE

Does Newcastle Cruise Terminal have Wi-Fi?

Yes, Newcastle Cruise Terminal offers Wi-Fi so you can kick back and relax, browse online, set your Whatsapp status, and check those emails, all before embarking on your cruise.

Does Newcastle Cruise Terminal have an onsite café?

Yes, Newcastle Cruise Terminal's facilities include an onsite café-shop, so you can enjoy a quick snack or two before kickstarting your cruising journey. Alternatively, head to the nearby Royal Quays Outlet, a shopping centre which has a range of café/restaurant choices ranging from Costa Coffee to Subway.

Parking at Newcastle Cruise Terminal:

Convenient parking can be located just a few minutes away from the terminal at the Port of Tyne car park. Parking here will cost you £12 pounds per 24 hours (with the first 4 hours of parking being free).

It should be noted that you cannot pre-book or pre-pay for parking here, but you can get in contact with your cruise line to see if any discounted rates are up for grabs.

Travelling to Newcastle Cruise Terminal

Travelling to Newcastle Cruise Terminal by car:

There are excellent links to the national road network and a 20-minute drive from Newcastle railway station. The Port of Tyne car park is a few minutes' walk away from the International Passenger Terminal. Cruise passengers should check with their cruise line to get the best rates.

Travelling to Newcastle Cruise Terminal by train:

Percy Main Metro station is a 20-minute walk from the terminal, an all-zone day ticket is £5.10 from ticket machines at the station.

Taxi travel to Newcastle Cruise Terminal:

A taxi from Newcastle City Centre or station to the port takes about 30 minutes and costs around £15 depending on traffic.

Travelling to Newcastle Cruise Terminal by plane:

Newcastle Cruise Terminal is about a 35-minute drive from Newcastle International Airport.

Best Newcastle hotels near the cruise terminal

Hotel du Vin & Bistro Newcastle:

City Rd, Byker, NE1 2BE. Rooms from £211 (visit It is about a 20-minute drive away from the terminal.

INNSiDe Newcastle:

Bridge Court Close, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3BE. Rooms from £131 ( It is just over a 20-minute car journey.

Premier Inn North Shields (Ferry Terminal):

Coble Dene Road, North Shields, Tyne And Wear NE29 6DL. There is flexible pricing, and it is the closest accommodation, about a 10-minute walk away from the Port of Tyne. (Visit