With a total investments of over 15 million euros, the new Terminal A was inaugurated in April 2008. It has a total of 6.200 sqm. divided in two main sections: check-in with 44+26 counters and luggage claiming area with 4 luggage conveyors. It has been designed under the last requirements concerning security, comfort, fast processing and achitectural image and fully complying with International Ship and Port Security Code (ISPS). The 2 mobile gangways specially designed for the new generation of ships and luggage conveyors, ensure passengers not to be mixed with trucks, forklifts and handling staff.
Terminal B is inaugurated in April 2005 with a total investment of over 10 million euros, was designed to operate home port calls of mega cruise ships up to 150.000 ton and 4.500 passengers. Terminal B has a total of 6.500 sqm. divided in two main areas: check-in area with 46+26 ounters and luggage claiming area with 4 luggage conveyors. It offers the last requirements concerning security, omfort, fast processing and architectural image, and it is equipped with 2 mobile gangways to avoid passengers crossing pier traffic.
Since 2010 the Terminal C has been improved with a new additional passenger embarkation system, comprising 2 mobile gangways, fix concourse and vertical communications building (escalators, lift and stairs). In 2015, a new concourse was erected connecting terminal C and B enabling to operate the Allure of The Seas during the entire season. A new gangway was also installed in order to be compatible with the new generation of ships.
Terminal World Trade Center (North & South)
The state-of-art World Trade Center is located at the Barcelona Wharf, with two international cruise terminals and a total of 720 meters of berthing line. The North Terminal is prepared to give service to medium-size vessels and South Terminal can receive two ships, the biggest one up to 255 meters long. Both terminals are located at walking distance to city center.