Cruising from Southampton
Southampton Cruise Schedule
If you are staying with us and are planning to catch a cruise from Southampton, our live cruise list (below) has everything you need to know. From terminals to operators, destinations to information about the ship; keep an eye out for red lines as these indicate last minute changes.
Finding your way to the Terminals
Seeing upwards of 400 cruises each year, Southampton is one of the largest cruise ports in Northern Europe. With four main terminals - Queen Elizabeth II (QEII), Ocean, City and Mayflower - and the capability to handle multiple cruise ships at one time - knowing how to make your way to the right cruise terminal is important.
Ocean & QEII
Follow the M3 to junction 14, exiting toward A33 Southampton. It should take around 30-45 minutes to reach Dock Gate 4. If you have an early boarding time, check our live traffic feed below as the M3 can get busy during peak time.
Mayflower & City
Follow the M3 to junction 13 to the M27, exiting toward the A33 Southampton. It should take around 25-45 minutes to reach Dock Gate 20. If you have an early boarding time, check our live traffic feed below as the M3 can get busy during peak time.
Find Southampton's Cruise Terminals
|City Cruise Terminal||Berth 101, Dock Gate 10, Western Docks, Southampton, SO15 1AJ|
|Ocean Cruise Terminal||Berth 46/47, Dock Gate 4, Eastern Docks, Southampton, SO14 3QN|
|QEII Cruise Terminal||Berth 38/39, Dock Gate 4, Eastern Docks, SO14 3GG|
|Mayflower Cruise Terminal||Berth 106, Dock Gate 10, Western Docks, Southampton, SO15 1HJ|
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