About Southampton Cruise Port

Southampton is the UK's number one cruise port, it has four passenger cruise terminals in operation. It has the biggest choice of cruises from the UK. Whilst Southampton is traditionally home to P&O Cruises and Cunard, Royal Caribbean & Celebrity Cruises berth their ships at the City Cruise Terminal. Princess Cruises, MSC Cruises, Fred Olsen Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas and Silversea Cruises also operate sailings from the port.

 

 

There is parking and you can stay in some of the lovely hotels across the city and in the surrounding area that are included in the cruise packages. This enables visitors to stay in the city before or after their cruise whilst allowing parking and assisting with travel arrangements to and from the cruise terminals.

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Travelling to and from Southampton Cruise Port

Being the UK's largest cruise port, Southampton has a great advantage over transport links due to its convenient location on the south coast. The city’s national and international travel links by road, rail, sea and air are unmatched in the region.  

Southampton is approx 75 miles from London and 21 miles from the Channel ports making it the ideal city break or a stop off point for cruise and airline passengers on their way to further afield.

As you probably guessed, here at PAC, we offer a meet and greet at any of the ports you disembark. Our professional drivers will then escort you to your vehicle and transport you to wherever you wish to go.

We also offer a pick-up from any airport or location in London and will transfer you directly the to port you will be embarking from.

Southampton Port facilities

Each terminal has its own facilities which are listed below;

QUEEN ELIZABETH II CRUISE TERMINAL:

Cruise Information Desk: 023 8033 2389
There are cafe facilities in the visitors lounge and a full buffet service in the main Embarkation Lounge.
Full disabled facilities, public telephones and a shuttle bus to Southampton shopping centre is available throughout the day.
Taxis can be booked via the Pursers Office which is on board the vessel or at the taxi rank outside the Embarkation Lounge. The service of the Orient Express is available from Victoria Station to the cruise terminal for Queen Mary 2 Trans-Atlantic sailing and other occasions.

OCEAN CRUISE TERMINAL:

Cruise Information Desk: telephone number to be confirmed.
A full licenced bar and cafe is available in the Departure Lounge. Vending machines are also available.
Taxis can be hailed from the dedicated taxi rank.
A short stay car park is available for drop off and pick up of passengers.

CITY CRUISE TERMINAL:

Cruise Information Desk: 023 8071 0175
A fully licenced bar and cafe is available in the departure lounge after check in. Refreshment facilities are limited.
There is no viewing gallery at the City Cruise Terminal. There is an excellent vantage point at Mayflower Park.
A short stay car park is available adjacent to the cruise terminal.
There is an early luggage check in at the City Cruise Terminal berth 101 next to Mayflower Park which is mainly used for Royal Carribean Departures such as Navigator of the Seas.

MAYFLOWER CRUISE TERMINAL:

Cruise Information Desk: 023 8033 0175
A fully licenced cafe and bar is available in the Departure Lounge after check in. Refreshment facilities and rest rooms are accessible in the Arrivals Hall for visitors.
There is a dedicated taxi rank adjacent to the Arrivals Hall.
CPS Valet Parking Service is available at this terminal.
The viewing gallery will be open 1 hour before the vessel sails. You will need to provide proof of identity to obtain a security pass.