Dover cruise terminal
With two impressive and modern cruise terminals, Dover has the capacity to accommodate up to three cruise ships at once. And is home to Fred Olsen Cruise Line throughout the years, plus host to many other cruise lines including Princess Cruises, Saga, Crystal Cruises and many others.
Port Location for Sat Nav users : Western Docks (Cruise Terminals), CT17 9DQ
Travelling By Car :
Approximately 70 miles from London, the M20 motorway provides the most direct route. The M20 merges into the A20 at Folkestone.
Continue along the A20 until you reach the Limekiln roundabout where you will see the Dover Cruise Terminals (Western Docks) signposted to the right. Head right round the roundabout and drive into the terminal car park.
If you are coming to Dover via the M2, the road merges into the A2 at Faversham. Stay on the A2 until you get to the Eastern Docks roundabout and take a left onto the A20. Head along this road until you are almost about to leave Dover and take a left into the Cruise Terminals where it is clearly signposted, at the Limekiln roundabout.
(These directions are courtesy of the Port of Dover)
Travelling by Rail :
The nearest railway station to the cruise terminal is Dover Priory at a little over a mile away, and take about 15 - 20 minutes to walk. There are plenty of taxi's available to take you and your luggage from the station to the cruise terminal.
All information is subject to change and correct at time of publication - please speak with your preferred cruise agent for more details along with pricing and availability.
(C) Cruise from the UK 2017