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Port of Tyne port taxi quotePort of Tyne


The Port of Tyne is the navigation authority for the tidal reaches of the River Tyne, from the mouth to the Tidal Stone at Wylam, a distance of 17 miles. It also has jurisdiction for one mile past the roundheads at the piers at the river mouth.

The port handles conventional and bulk cargoes at the Riverside Quay. There are two car terminals, one on ether side of the river, a cruise terminal at Northumbrian Quay on the north side, and a ferry terminal at North Shields.

Kingston upon Hull port taxi quoteKingston upon Hull


P&O Ferries provide daily overnight ferry services from King George Dock in Hull to Zeebrugge and Rotterdam. Services to Rotterdam are worked by ferries MS Pride of Rotterdam and MS Pride of Hull. Services to Zeebrugge are worked by ferries MS Pride of Bruges and MS Pride of York (previously named MS Norsea). Both Pride of Rotterdam and Pride of Hull are too wide to pass through the lock at Hull. Associated British Ports built a new terminal at Hull to accommodate the passengers using these two ferries. The Rotterdam Terminal at the Port of Hull, was built at a cost of 14,300,000.

The nearest is Humberside, 20 miles (32 km) away in Lincolnshire, which provides a few charter flights but also has high-frequency flights to Amsterdam with KLM and Aberdeen with Eastern Airways each day. Robin Hood in South Yorkshire is 48 miles (77 km) from Hull city centre and provides a wider choice of charter flights as well as a number of low-cost flights to certain European destinations. The nearest with intercontinental flights is Leeds Bradford International (70 miles).

Harwich port taxi quoteHarwich


The main users of the port are the regular ferry services of Stena Line to Hook of Holland, and services of DFDS Seaways to Esbjerg, Denmark. DFDS also formerly operated services to Cuxhaven (previously Hamburg), Germany, and also to Gothenburg, Sweden; however, these services were all discontinued by 2005.

Cruise ships call regularly at the port during the summer months, tankers call at the Petrochem Carless refinery and some general cargo and bulk cargos are worked at the port.

Dover port taxi quoteDover


The Dover Harbour Board is the responsible authority for the running of the Port of Dover. The English Channel, here at its narrowest point in the Straits of Dover, is the busiest shipping lane in the world. Ferries crossing between here and the Continent have to negotiate their way through the constant stream of shipping crossing their path. The Dover Strait Traffic Separation Scheme allots ships separate lanes when passing through the Strait. The Scheme is controlled by the Channel Navigation Information Service based at Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre Dover. MRCC Dover is also charged with co-ordination of civil maritime search and rescue within these waters.

The Port of Dover is also used by cruise ships. The old Dover Marine railway station building houses one passenger terminal, together with a car park. A second, purpose built, terminal is located further out along the pier.

The ferry lines using the port are (number of daily sailings in parentheses): to Calais: P&O Ferries (25) and DFDS Seaways (10). to Dunkerque: DFDS Seaways (11).

Portsmouth port taxi quotePortsmouth


Portsmouth Harbour has passenger ferry links to Gosport and the Isle of Wight.[99] A car ferry service to the Isle of Wight operated by Wightlink is nearby. Britain's longest-standing commercial hovercraft service, begun in the 1960s, still runs (for foot passengers) from near Clarence Pier to Ryde, Isle of Wight, operated by Hovertravel.

Portsmouth Continental Ferry Port has links to Caen, Cherbourg-Octeville, St Malo and Le Havre in France, and Santander, Cantabria, in Spain and the Channel Islands. Ferry services from the port are operated by Brittany Ferries, Condor Ferries and LD Lines.

The port is the second-busiest ferry port in the UK after Dover, handling around three million passengers a year, and has direct access to the M275.

Southampton port taxi quoteSouthampton


Southampton's tradition of luxury cruising began in 1840.

Many of the world's largest cruise ships can regularly be seen in Southampton Water, including record-breaking vessels from Royal Caribbean and Carnival Corporation & plc. The latter has headquarters in Southampton, with its brands including Princess Cruises, P&O Cruises and Cunard Line.

The city has a particular connection to Cunard Line and their fleet of ships. This was particularly evident on 11 November 2008 when the Cunard Liner RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 departed the city for the final time amid a spectacular fireworks display after a full day of celebrations. Cunard ships are regularly launched in the city, for example Queen Victoria was named by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall in December 2007, and the Queen named Queen Elizabeth in the city during October 2011. The Duchess of Cambridge performed the naming ceremony of Royal Princess on 13 June 2013.

The importance of Southampton to the cruise industry was indicated by P&O Cruises's 175th anniversary celebrations, which included all seven of the company's liners visiting Southampton in a single day. Adonia, Arcadia, Aurora, Azura, Oceana, Oriana and Ventur all left the city in a procession on 3 July 2012.

coventry taxi quoteLiverpool


The Port of Liverpool is one of Britain's largest ports, providing passenger ferry services across the Irish Sea to Belfast, Dublin and the Isle of Man. Services are provided by several companies, including the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, P&O Ferries and Stena Line. In 2007, a new cruise terminal was opened in Liverpool, located alongside the Pier Head in the city centre.

The city remains one of the most important ports in the United Kingdom, handling over 32.2m tonnes of cargo in 2008. It is also home to the UK headquarters of many shipping lines including Japanese firm NYK and Danish firm Maersk Line.

The cruise terminal is part of the 5.5 billion Liverpool Waters scheme to regenerate 60 hectares of dock land in Liverpool got its go-ahead by the UK Government in March 2013, after Liverpool City Council approved the scheme in March 2012.

A second Cruise liner terminal is planned as a part of the Liverpool Waters scheme.