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Dover, UK

Cruise from Dover

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Dover is the UK's second biggest cruise port handling around 300,000 cruise passengers each year. Cruises departing from Dover can take you to a host of European destinations including Norway, Scandinavia and Russia, the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands to name but a few!

Cruises from Dover have the added highlight of being one of the most picturesque departure ports. What could be better than setting sail on your cruise with the backdrop of the White Cliffs and Dover Castle?

Fred Olsen Cruise Line and Saga Cruises regularly offer cruises departing from Dover, while while other cruise lines may also operate from Dover during the summer months.

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How To Get To The Port of Dover

By Train:  There is a regular service from Dover Priory Station from London Victoria station and London Charing Cross station, which are both well connected to all UK rail links. From here your journey to a cruise from Dover should be under 2 hours.
By Car:  Head towards the city and follow the signs to the Western Docks and Dover Cruise Terminal from the A2 or A20 to reach your cruise from Dover.

Post Code for Sat Nav:  CT17 9DQ


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Cruise From Other UK Ports


Southampton is the UK's premier cruise port, handling over a million cruise passengers each year. Cruises departing from Southampton occur all year around to a host of destinations including the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Canary Islands and more.


Home to the Royal Yacht Britannia, the Ocean Terminal at Leith is easily reachable from Edinburgh. During the 2019 cruise season, Cruise & Maritime Voyages will be offering a selection of Northern Europe cruises departing from Leith on board the adults-only ms Marco Polo.


Situated just 13 miles away from Edinburgh and 8 miles from Fife on the north bank of the Firth of Forth and offering incredible scenic views of the Forth Rail bridges, the Port of Rosyth offers cruises departing direct from Scotland to the highlights of the British Islands and Northern Europe.


The port of Greenock is easily accessible from Glasgow, with a wide variety of road, rail and even air connections makes cruises departing from Greenock easier for passengers based in Scotland and Northern England.


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Cruises departing from Newcastle set sail from the award winning Port of Tyne, which is easily accessible from the North of England and Scotland by road and rail. The cruise terminal itself is located at North Shields, just 8 miles away from the centre of Newcastle.


Situated on the River Mersey just a few nautical miles from the open waves of the Irish Sea, cruises departing from Liverpool are easily accessible by road, rail and air and offer the perfect UK departure port for anyone living in the North of the UK.

London, UK

Situated on the River Thames just over 20 miles downriver from the world-famous Tower Bridge, the London Cruise Terminal offers cruises departing from Tilbury easy access and connections from the South of England.


Situated on the south coast of England and with a long and proud naval heritage. Passengers with cruises departing from Portsmouth International Port will now enjoy the newly refurbished passenger terminal making it one of the most modern in the UK.