Cruise terminal | Cruise Center 8 | Warnemünde
In addition to the cruise terminal located at Berth 7, a second cruise ship check-in terminal was constructed in Warnemünde. There are occasions when three ships may call at the same time.
ROSTOCK PORT GmbH
BASTMANN + ZAVRACKY
BDA ARCHITEKTEN GMBH
INROS LACKNER SE
StructureThe new terminal is a four-sided, transparent filigree structure which includes passport, customs, and ticketing facilities. On the land side, solid box structures for building services and restroom facilities were constructed.
The primary supporting structure is formed by V-shaped tubular steel columns on which trusses made of I-sections rest. Due to poor soil conditions in the port area, the columns are further supported on piles.
In addition to the check-in hall, there is a large service building for baggage handling as well as customs, police, and port personnel. The roof of the glazed terminal building extends over the massive terminal building as a narrow roof rim, but has no structural connection with it.
With the trapezoidal building shape, the architect has additionally provided the terminal wharf.
Project LocationAm Passagierkai, Liegeplatz 8
18119 Rostock, Germany
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