Cruise ships follow the River Clyde into the center of one of the most exciting cities in Great Britain. Glasgow showcases a mixture of architectural gems, from ancient castles and a magnificent 12th century cathedral, to the urban chic of revitalized neighborhoods featuring cutting-edge bars and restaurants. Explore more of Glasgow on a European cruise!
What youNEED TO KNOW
Port Name & Location Greenock Ocean Terminal Ship will DOCK at this port.
Time Zone BST (British Summer Time) UTC/GMT +1 hour
Language The local language is English.
Currency & Shopping British Pound (GPB) Native crafts, souvenirs, farmers market and stylish boutiques.
Best Way to Get Around Greenock Ocean Terminal is the gateway to some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery and an array of exciting excursions and attractions including vibrant and cosmopolitan Glasgow. Buses available.
Famous For An awe-inspiring sight, the 75-meter tall Victoria Tower in the Italianate Municipal Buildings, manifested through the city's increased importance and wealth.
Fun Fact #1 Greenock is Scotland's best-served town in terms of railway stations boasting nine in total including the longest bored railway tunnel in all of Scotland - 1.2 miles.
Fun Fact #2 Greenock is the setting in many works of literature including Alan Sharp's "A Green Tree in Geede," Robin Jenkins' "Fergus Lamont," and Alasdair Gray's "1982."