Port of Plymouth

Harbour Information, Terminals and Facilities
(Plymouth, Devon, England, UK)

The Port of Plymouth is located at the mouth of the River Tamar in southwest England. The ferry crossings at the port offer the shortest route to France and the Iberian Peninsula, with routes to Roscoff and Santander.

Millbay Docks is the commercial part of the port and is owned and operated by Associated British Ports.

The Port of Plymouth has a large modern passenger terminal with numerous facilities including a café for meals and refreshments, buffet options, a convenience store and a bureau de change.

At the side of the passenger terminal are both short- and long-term car parks. Parking is free.

Ferry Services

Britain's largest ports group, Associated British Ports, runs the Port of Plymouth. Two main routes are offered from the port. From mid-March until mid-November, Brittany Ferries operates a route to Roscoff, France that takes about 6 hours during the day or 8 hours overnight.

There are up to three crossings per day. The other route that Plymouth port serves is to Santander, Spain. This service runs all year, with the journey taking about 20 hours, 30 minutes. The ferry leaves twice a week, on Sundays and Wednesdays.

The ferries are equipped for those with disabilities, though passengers should inform the ferry company of any special requirements at the time of making their reservation.

Contact Port of Plymouth:
Address: ABP Plymouth, Port Office, Millbay Docks, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3EF, England, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1752 662 191
Fax: +44 (0)1752 825 624
Email: nridehalgh@abports.co.uk
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