CHARLESTON — It’s going to be a busy weekend at the South Carolina State Ports Authority Cruise Terminal in Charleston.

The Seven Seas Navigator visits for a port call on Friday. It will be in Charleston for the day before sailing on Friday evening.

Then on Saturday, the Carnival Fantasy returns to port. It will disembark passengers from a cruise before passengers on a new cruise board and leave later in the day.

The Fantasy is permanently based in Charleston and its arrival last year ushered in a year-round cruising season in Charleston.

The Ports Authority is moving ahead with plans to open a new $35 million cruise terminal as part of a redevelopment of the Charleston waterfront.