Cruising to Cork (Cobh), Ireland


Cork tourist information.

Cork (Cobh), IrelandCobh is the Cruise Port previousely know as Queenstown is a town on the south coast of Ireland, on an island in Cork city’s harbour. It’s known as the Titanic’s last port of call which sailed from here on 14 April 1912. Titanic Experience Cobh is a themed attraction in the former White Star Line ticket office. More displays on the liner are in the Cobh Heritage Centre, which also explores how Cobh became an embarkation point during Ireland’s mass emigrations. North of town, huge Fota Wildlife Park is on Fota Island.

Passengers arriving in Cobh have a wide array of things to see, do and enjoy right here and a short distance away.  The centre of Cobh is compact and quite flat with a large waterside park  and a good selection of bars, shops, cafes and restaurants.

Port order and/or content may vary, please check specific sailing date concerning risks associated with COVID-19. Please consult all applicable Centers for Disease Control travel advisories, warnings, or recommendations relating to cruise travel and check at official cruise line website.

The Russia-Ukraine war has prompted a growing number of cruise lines to cancel 2022 itineraries that include stops in and around Russian ports of call. For more information please visit official cruise line website.