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Rosyth Cruise Port

Cruise from Rosyth

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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.

Fred Olsen Cruise Line's Boudicca offers a series of cruises departing direct from Rosyth - call our friendly cruise consultants today for the latest availability and fares.

Getting To Rosyth By Train: The Port of Rosyth is just minutes away from the North Queensferry train station which has regular connections to Edinburgh.

Getting to Rosyth By Car: Leave the M8 at junction 1 for the M9 (Forth Road Bridge, Stirling), then leave the M9 at junction 1A. Join the A90 and cross the Forth Road Bridge. From there take the slip road exit at junction 1 of the M90 and follow the signs for Rosyth and Rosyth Ferry Terminal. Secure car parking is available on site at the cruise terminal - parking spaces are limited however, so parking must be reserved in advance.


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