Register with Fife Tourism Partnership at fifetourismpartnership.org/profile/register 

Cruise Forth

CruiseForth provides the connection between local businesses in East Central Scotland and the cruise industry, particularly those involved with cruise ship calls on the Forth and Tay.

Over 100 cruise calls are made each year at Rosyth, Dundee, South Queensferry, Newhaven and Leith, bringing around 150,000 passengers and crew. Some cruise visits involve a change over of passengers, and they may be looking for overnight hotel accommodation before or after their cruise. If you are a business wanting to understand the opportunities that may exist for you, contact [email protected].

CruiseForth also provides we Welcome Volunteers at each of the ports on the Forth, who are available to provide local information to arriving passengers Our main interest is to promote the many local visitor attractions for those visitors who are looking for something different to do.

On some occasions we come on board ship with maps and local visitor leaflets to provide a Hospitality Desk. At Rosyth, Fife, you will find us in the terminal building.

We can provide information for passengers seeking to make onward travel arrangements, identify travel options into Edinburgh, or elsewhere.

At Rosyth, the volunteers will also provide a courtesy shuttle service to Dunfermline and North Queensferry.

CruiseForth has received supportive grants from Visit Scotland and Scottish Enterprise. Have a look at our website and our App.

For more information on CruiseForth, contact [email protected]

 


Latest News

  • Mental Health and Wellbeing - Training Development Programme for...

    Tue 25 Jan 22

    It has been a difficult 24 months the industry has ever faced and we feel the most vital...

    Read More
  • Short term lets legislation approved

    Thu 20 Jan 22

    All short-term let properties will require a licence to ensure they are safe and the...

    Read More
  • The ‘iceberg’ effect – Community legacy of business events

    Thu 20 Jan 22

    The ‘iceberg’ effect – community legacy of business events, article by Karen...

    Read More
  • Omicron Measures to be Lifted

    Wed 19 Jan 22

    Additional measures aimed at stemming the spread of the Omicron variant whilst the...

    Read More
  • UN Report Underscores Importance of Tourism for Economic Recovery in...

    Fri 14 Jan 22

    Press release, United Nations World Tourism Accosiation: The important role that tourism...

    Read More
  • Talent search is on for this year's Cateys!

    Thu 13 Jan 22

    The search for the 2022 Cateys award winners has launched! The awards are a celebration...

    Read More
  • MasterChef The Professionals Winner Derek Johnstone partnering with...

    Thu 13 Jan 22

    Executive chef and MasterChef: The Professionals winner, Derek Johnstone, will be...

    Read More
  • New BBC Series Exploring Pettycur Park Life on Air

    Thu 13 Jan 22

    Clare Graham from Advantage PR tells us more.... Life on the Bay, the new eight part TV...

    Read More

Latest Events

    There are no forthcoming events.
  • Fife Events Group

    Tue 1 Feb 22 to Tue 1 Feb 22

    Whether you are a community, strategic or major event organiser, the Fife Events Group is...

    Read More
  • Hospitality and Tourism Sector: Young People Webinar Series

    Mon 7 Feb 22 to Tue 22 Mar 22

    The 4-webinar series will focus on increasing the employability of Young People and...

    Read More
  • Fife Tourism Conference - Turning Challenge into Opportunity

    Thu 10 Mar 22 to Thu 10 Mar 22

    10th March 2022  Save the date! We will be hosting the Fife Tourism Conference on the...

    Read More
  • Twitter for business - DigitalBoost

    Wed 2 Feb 22 to Wed 2 Feb 22

    This webinar will help you develop and hone your social media strategy in order to...

    Read More

Twitter Feed