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Portsmouth

The passenger terminal at Portsmouth International Port, which opened in May 2011, offers the modern high standards and style of an airport terminal, with none of the queues and baggage hassles of flying. A full-height concourse contains check-in desks and the arrival/departure area. The mezzanine floor has a bar/café, with views over the concourse and an outdoor observation balcony overlooking the Port.

 

New drop-off areas and roads improve access to and from the terminal, which has a modern glass and stone façade and room for 2,400 passengers.

Please Note: Once you have completed the check-in process and passed through security you will be taken by bus to Astoria.

Postcode for SatNav is: PO2 8SP.

 

By Road

From London: From London, take the M3 or A3. From the Midlands take the M3 to the A34, and from the South West take the A31. From Bristol and South Wales take the A36. These roads lead to the M275, from which an exit road leads directly to the port – signposted Cross-Channel Ferries.

From the North and the Midlands: Take the M6 south, merging onto the M42 close to Birmingham then the M40. At junction 10 of the M40, take the A34 south to Winchester, where you join the M3 towards Southampton. Close to Southampton, merge onto the M27 towards Portsmouth, then the M275 clearly signposted for Cross-Channel Ferries.

From Wales: Take the A30 from Exeter heading east, then the A30, A35 and A31 past Lyme Regis and Dorchester towards Southampton. Close to Southampton join the M27 towards Portsmouth, then the M275 clearly signposted for Cross-Channel Ferries

From the West Country: Take the A30 from Exeter heading east, then the A30, A35 and A31 past Lyme Regis and Dorchester towards Southampton. Close to Southampton join the M27 towards Portsmouth, then the M275 clearly signposted for Cross-Channel Ferries

 

Car Parking

CPS Valet Services in conjunction with Cruise and Maritime Voyages are pleased to offer to park at Portsmouth in the designated multi-storey car park. CPS offers a "meet and greet" service at the terminal where they will park your car for you or, alternatively you can drive to the car park and just walk the short distance back to the terminal. Please drive to the terminal to drop your luggage off before parking.

 

By Coach

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By Rail

There are frequent train services between Portsmouth and London Waterloo, the journey takes 85 minutes. Your destination stations are "Portsmouth & Southsea", a short bus or taxi ride from the Port. For the latest train times please visit: South West Trains.

 

By Air

The Port Passenger Terminal is approximately 48 miles (60 minutes’ drive) from Bournemouth Airport and approximately 22 miles (30 minutes' drive) from Southampton Airport, which are well connected both domestically and internationally.

 

Walking Distances

Town Centre: 20 minutes
Bus Stop: 3 minutes
Train Station: 30 minutes
Cashpoint: 1 minute

 

Full details are also available at Portsmouth website