Ocean Terminal is a major cruise terminal in Hong Kong and accommodated many many luxurious and elegant cruise vessels like “Queen Elizabeth 2”, “Norway”, “Canberra” etc in the past decades. The “Star Princess” with GRT 100,000 also moored at the pier during her maiden call to Hong Kong.
It is a finger pier of overall length 381 metres orientated East-West, and of open piled construction. The terminal building is of 58 metres wide extends from the shore westwards along the centre line of the pier for 305 metres and is constructed on its own substantial substructure passing through the main pier deck. Berths are provided symmetrically about the pier centreline on both its north and south side with a servicing apron of 9 metres.
Including the rooftop, the main building is a 5-storey multi-purpose building. The lower three floors are shops providing variety of merchandise and delicious food while the upper two floors are car parks.
A single storey structure of 21 metres wide extends further down to Canton Road providing access/egress direct to/from the pier at ground level and car access by ramp to a setting down area on the first floor adjacent to the concourse and to the car parks above.