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Portsmouth Takes You There

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Cruises from Portsmouth

The dream begins at Portsmouth International Port, where your cruise ship awaits to whisk you on an unforgettable journey to sun-kissed lands, wild isles, castles and vineyards, Norwegian fjords, Hamlet’s Elsinore or magnificent St Petersburg. Beautiful, world-class luxury liners sail from Portsmouth, bringing opulence and elegance within easy reach. Our prestigious cruise operators include Ponant, Phoenix Reisen and Saga among many others.

Taking a cruise from Portsmouth International Port is unique. You are sailing from an historic base on an adventure of your own. The cruise ships calling here are small to medium size and benefit from an informality and personal touch that many of our passengers appreciate.

Click below for our cruise video or click here to view it on youtube, and scroll down the page for our 360 VR video

You can also view a selection of 360 films of Portsmouth and the port on our playlist - click here

The award winning passenger terminal building was opened in May 2011 and has a light airy feel with space and comfort. The main concourse with its check in area, also has a Currency Exchange and shop, while up on the mezzanine floor there is Costa coffee and a bar.

For a relaxing experience, try the outdoor terrace where you can look out over the port, before boarding the ship.

The Port is ideally located for the major airports of London Heathrow 66 miles, Southampton Airport 20 miles and London Gatwick 80 miles, all in easy reach via the motorway network.

If you are making an extended stay pre or post cruise then there is plenty to see in the Waterfront City. Visit the city guide at www.visitportsmouth.co.uk You can also visit our Portsmouth information page here.

For a truly immersive VR lookaround the cruise offering and what Portsmouth has to offer, download the link below for our 360 video.  Ideally you need to use a VR headset but the Chrome browser will let you activate the 360 mode, although they are not really designed for desktops. Otherwise download to your tablet/smartphone and you can swipte the screen in 360 or physically move around! The download link is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VEPeL7ZsHc