Brussels Cruise Terminal
With a quay 240 meters long and 12 meters wide, the Brussels Cruise Terminal is the new passenger terminal at the Port of Brussels.
Located in the outer port, next to the “Pavillons Meudon”, the terminal is a mooring spot for inland cruise boats measuring up to 135 meters and welcoming up to 200 passengers.
This project is the result of a collaboration between the Brussels-Capital Region, the City of Brussels, Brussels Mobility, Visit Brussels and the Port of Brussels. It was partially funded by the ERDF. Developed as part of the Canal Plan, it intends to surf the wave of the development of tourist cruises, while reintegrating the waterway in the urban fabric of Brussels. The green promenade of Neder-Over-Heembeek is accessible from the bridge of the terminal.
The cruises connect Brussels, Antwerp, Rotterdam and Amsterdam, but also Brussels, Rupelmonde, Antwerp, Gent, Bruges and Ostend.
- 240 metres long by 12 metres wide quay
- 28 metres long and 8 metres wide footbridge, overhanging the Chaussée de Vilvorde.
- 200m long quay for cruises, 40m long for trips (Brussels by Water/La Fonderie) and the Waterbus (between Brussels and Vilvorde).