Cruise from Southampton and enjoy easy transport connections and an exciting variety of destinations to choose from. Whether you're travelling from London, Bristol, or further afield, you'll find a warm welcome at the port's four bustling cruise terminals. Our cruises from Southampton allow you to see the sights of a wide range of destinations. From island paradises to thrilling city breaks, our holidays offer the best of Europe, the Caribbean and North and South America. Departing on board traditional smaller ships, our guests can enjoy the best of both worlds; impeccable service and incredible experiences, without feeling crowded amongst thousands of other passengers.
If you're planning a cruise from Southampton, you'll find that getting to the port is made simple thanks to the city's great transport links. As well as car and train, there are a number of coach services that serve the city, and Southampton Airport is also a mere five miles from the port itself.
Southampton Central station is located just one mile from the cruise terminals, with regular local and cross-country services. There are frequent trains to London Waterloo, London Victoria and Gatwick. Taxis are readily available outside of the train station for those in need of transfers to the terminals.
Directions by car vary depending on which of the four terminals you will be departing from. For City and Mayflower cruise terminals, follow the A33 (West Quay Road) towards the Western Docks, then follow signs for Dock Gate 10. For Ocean and QEII terminals, follow signs for Dock Gate 4, just off the A33 (Platform Road).
You'll find facilities including toilets, seating areas, and hot and cold food options in each of the four terminals. Keep in mind that currently none of the cruise terminals have an ATM.
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