Southampton cruise terminals

Southampton cruise terminals are located 80 miles (128km) far from London and can be reached in about 1h30min, traffic depending.

If you are preparing to cruise from Southampton, is good to know there are four Southampton cruise terminals. Mayflower, Queen Elizabeth II, Ocean Cruise, and City Cruise are serving over 1.7 million passengers yearly. On average, each dock values £1.25 million to the local economy.

Since 1840, when the first cruise ship P&O Ceylon sailed into Southampton, the port has become the Cruise Capital of the UK.

Nowadays, The Port of Southampton is home to 15 vessels, owned by P&O, Celebrity, Princess, Cunard and Royal Caribbean. The largest ship that has visited the port is Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas, with a length of 338.8m, a gross tonnage of 154,407 and a maximum passenger capacity of 4,375.

From London, you can reach the Port of Southampton by car, train or coach.

Southwest Railway operates direct services from London Victoria and Waterloo station. The fastest journey takes about 1h14min. For train times, prices and availability visit Southwest Railway website.

If you prefer traveling by bus or coach, National Express is operating from London Victoria and the prices are starting from as little as £5.

If you are looking for a minicab for your travel to Southampton cruise terminals, London Transfer Minicabs will be happy to assist. We can accommodate all your ground travel needs. Either you travel with a large group of friends, with young children or an elderly person, you may prefer our services.

Our professional and helpful drivers will be happy to go the extra mile for meeting your needs.

If you have to spare a day, the historical Southampton has more than a port to amaze you! Make sure you visit the Tudor House, SeaCity Museum, and the Bargate art gallery.