Cruise Parking Information
Cruise Parking parking is a Park and Ride service and is open 06:30-17:00
Pre-book and secure your Southampton Port Cruise Parking Ltd spot online and you make great savings on your parking fee's compared to paying at the gate. It's the most convenient way to ensure your cruise gets off to a relaxed start, and now for a great price.
This car park is under 24 hour CCTV surveillance and includes patrols along with, floodlighting, perimeter fencing, access controlled gates, secure key storage.
Park Mark: No
Between the carpark and airport: Between 11:00am and 3pm, transfers are regular and take only 20 minutes to reach the cruise terminal.
Journey Time: 20 minutes (6.8)
Leave the M27 at junction 3 and join the M271, following signs for Southampton docks. Follow the M271 for 1.5 miles. At the first roundabout take the second exit, signposted A35 to Totton and Lyndhurst and A326 Fawley. At the traffic lights, the road merges with the A35. Continue along the A35 for one mile, following signs for Lyndhurst. Do not follow signs to Totton town centre. At the next roundabout turn left, following signs for the A326 and Marchwood. Continue for half a mile to the traffic lights. Turn left into Jacobs Gutter Lane, following signs for Marchwood. After 1.5 miles turn left at the roundabout into Normandy Way, following signs for Marchwood industrial park, Cracknore Hard and Hythe.
After half a mile you will come to Marchwood industrial park. Go straight on at the mini roundabout, then turn left into Cracknore Hard. The car park should be signposted from here. You will pass McMullen Barracks on your left and the Sea Mounting Centre on your right. From here you will see signs for Cruise Parking Ltd. Turn right into Harbour Close. Follow the road round to the left and drive through the second set of gates on the right. A member staff will direct you to the correct area.
Upon arrival at the car park, simply drive into the car park where you will be greeted by member of staff and checked in. You car will then be parked for you by qualified drivers while you are assisted with your luggage and taken to the transfer waiting area. From here it's a quick 20 minute transfer to the cruise terminal.
There is a heated indoor waiting area with toilets, seating and a drinks vending machine where you can wait before boarding the transfer bus to the terminal. Transfers are included in the price. You should aim to arrive at the car park between 11.30am and 3pm if possible. Outside these times you may have to wait longer for a transfer.
On return to Southampton please proceed directly to our designated coach bays: Ocean Cruise Terminal - Bay 25, City Cruise Terminal - Bay 26, Mayflower Cruise Terminal - Bay 20A, Queen Elizabeth II Terminal - Report to a member of uniformed Cruise Parking staff in the arrival hall.
Buses collect regularly from the cruise terminals between 7am and 11am when the ships are docking, and transfers are included in the price. Transfers outside of these times are available on request.
Cruise Parking parks your car for you.
It is recommended that you arrive at the car park between 11.30am and 3pm as it will be easier to hop on a transfer within these times.This service is for Southampton Cruise Port only. NOT FOR RED FUNNEL FERRY. This car park is for CARS ONLY (4x4's and MPV's also accepted as cars). This car park does not accept vans, minibuses, motor homes, caravans or trailers. Please allow 24 hours for your booking to reach Cruise Parking Ltd. If you stay for more days than are booked, you will be charged for the extra days at the car park's standard daily rate. If you stay for fewer days than are booked, the days will not be refunded.
Blue badge holders who require extra help, please contact the car park once you have made the booking using the number provided on your confirmation. In special circumstances additional parking help can be arranged.
Cruise Parking Map
See the location of Cruise Parking in relation to Southampton Port airport on the map below.
Cruise Parking Parking Reviews
Cruise Parking parking has been rated
Car park: Cruise Parking
Mrs Gwilliam-Phillips said "This is the 3rd time we have used this service. its very easy, with helpful staff. The transfer on football days is just as easy as the company have access to the port side roads. most importantly they provide good value for money. We also used the valeting service which we were very pleased with."
- Will use again?
- 11 Sep 2013
Car park: Cruise Parking
Mr Smith said "The return transfer was disappointing. Those with early disembarking times from the ship were held on a cramped coach in very warm weather while awaiting travellers with later disembarking times. This potentially delayed peoples onward journies by up to 45-60 mins and seemed to cause a degree of frustration with travellers. When all spare seats on the coach were filled, people's frustration was further compounded, when a minibus then arrived to transport the last group of 5-6 people to disembark the ship back to the parking compound in relative comfort. Surely the shuttle service that operates for the outward journey could be equally employed for the return, given that passangers are obliged to leave the ship at time allovcated by the cruise company"
- Will use again?
- 29 Jul 2013
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Parking prices explained
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