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# port-of-cork - Thursday 19 March, 2020

Port of Cork agrees to temporary suspension of cruise line operations amid Covid-19 crisis

Cruise liners that were due to berth between now and 20 April have been cancelled.

# port-of-cork - Thursday 30 January, 2020

'Very disappointing': Cork to Santander ferry route to cease operating

Brittany Ferries is switching its Ireland-Spain service to Rosslare.

# port-of-cork - Sunday 11 February, 2018

'If you must build something there, it has to be world class' - the saga of the €250 million Cork city skyscraper

Should the mooted 40-storey building be constructed on Cork’s docklands it would become Ireland’s tallest structure.

# port-of-cork - Thursday 7 April, 2016

Largest container ship to berth at an Irish port on its way to Cork with 7.5 million Fyffes bananas

It will take around six to eight hours to get all the fruit off the container ship.

# port-of-cork - Friday 24 April, 2015

The German Navy is taking over Cork*

*On a courtesy visit.

# port-of-cork - Friday 1 August, 2014

Good news for Cork Port as turnover increases by 6%

A total of 62 cruise ships, 122,500 passengers and Ireland’s yearly supply of bananas arrived in the port in 2013.

# port-of-cork - Monday 28 April, 2014

How many bananas do the Irish eat in a week?

A fly-on-the-deck doc sees Cork, the world’s second largest natural deep water harbour, give up its secrets.