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One of these piers is served by the railway, and here most of the great liners are berthed.
On either side are the large East and West docks (1825-1834), and beyond these stretch the long quays at which the American and East Indian liners are berthed.
The ships' capacity ranges from a mere 96 passengers aboard the exclusive Xpedition to the 1,950 that can be berthed aboard the fleet's largest ships.