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 08:15 - Brittany Ferries - Caen - On-Time  09:00 - Brittany Ferries - Cherbourg - On-Time  09:00 - Condor Ferries - Channel Islands - On-Time  14:45 - Brittany Ferries - Caen - On-Time  17:00 - Condor Ferries - Sea - On-Time  17:15 - Brittany Ferries - Le Havre - On-Time  19:30 - Condor Ferries - Channel Islands - On-Time  20:15 - Brittany Ferries - St.Malo - On-Time  22:45 - Brittany Ferries - Caen - On-Time  23:00 - DFDS - Le Havre - On-Time

 

How to find us

Portsmouth International Port is Britain’s best-connected ferry port.

Tipner interchange

The improvement of the Tipner interchange is now complete. 
The new Park & Ride service operates from here as marked on the motorway signs.


The A3 Hindhead Tunnel makes driving to Portsmouth smoother and quicker. The £371 million road improvement scheme opened July 2011.


Please find below directions to Portsmouth International Port along with our postcode.

Driving: The M275 motorway runs right to our door. Our postcode for directions is PO2 8SP.  Visit www.maps.google.co.uk/maps

Here are some simple route suggestions:

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 London: Take the A3 towards Portsmouth, merging onto the M27, then the M275 clearly signposted for Cross-Channel Ferries.

From Wales: Take the M4 towards London then close to Newbury take the A34 south to Winchester. At Winchester join the M3 towards Southampton. Close to Southampton, merge onto 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.

 

 

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