Rome’s new terminal
Getting in and out of Roma Cruise Terminal is about to get easier with a shiny new, €20 million passenger terminal on its way. The 10,000m² terminal will have capacity for 4,500 passengers and storage of up to 9,000 pieces of luggage. It will be equipped with two retractable passenger fingers for disembarkation and embarkation, along with people and luggage scanners. The building is expected to be completed in 2018. Project 12 B North is one of two Roma Cruise Terminal has in the works, with another, smaller terminal planned for Terminal 12. Rome Cruise Terminal is the main terminal for cruise lines at Civitavecchia Port of Rome and is the departure point for many Mediterranean cruises.