The cruise terminal at Port Louis, called Christian Deccoter Cruise Terminal can accommodate cruise vessels up to 300 metres long. The facility is about 10 years old now, with a cruise jetty, a basic marquee, two access bridges – one for passengers and one for vehicles and a few food and souvenir stalls. The terminal is going to get its much-needed expansion by the end of 2019 with a dedicated building, able to accommodate up to 4000 passengers and adequate access. The current terminal is about an hour from the International Airport, 47km away. There is a parking facility just outside. You could walk into town, it would take about 20 minutes, but most people prefer to take the water taxis to Port Louis city centre. They cost only 2 USD but are not suitable if you are physically challenged in any way.