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About Southampton Ferry
Southampton has one of the country's busiest and most successful deep-water ports. Its natural deep-water harbour and unique double tide allow unrestricted access for the world's largest vessels. On land you can explore the New Forest Nature Quest which is located close to Southampton.
From the North
Exit the M3 at Junction 13 following the signs for M27 West and Southampton Docks.
From the West or East
Exit the M27 at Junction 3 (M271) Southampton West and Docks. Follow the brown English Tourist Board sign - WestQuay and Waterfront.
Continue to follow the sign marked Dock Gates 4-10 and brown English Tourist Board sign to WestQuay and Waterfront. Continue through one set of traffic lights, keeping to the outside lane. Bear right at a set of traffic lights on to the A33 and follow the signs to Dock Gates 4-8, WestQuay and Waterfront. Drive through a series of traffic lights until you reach the Mayflower roundabout with the De Vere Grand Harbour Hotel on the left and the Holiday Inn on the right. Take the right hand lane, follow the sign marked Dock Gate 4 Waterfront, and you will find Red Funnel's Terminal 1 on the right, signposted Red Funnel Dock Gate 7.
National Express operate an extensive UK coach service from Southampton Coach Station (near the rail station). There are regular coach services to Heathrow, Central London, Brighton, Bournemouth, Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance, Salisbury, Bath, Bristol, Oxford, Birmingham, Stoke on Trent, Liverpool, Sheffield and the North. From the nearby rail station the free CityLink shuttle bus can take you to the ferry terminal
Arriving by train, Southampton Central is served by rail services from all parts of the UK, from where the free CityLink shuttle bus will drop you outside Red Funnel terminal.
From London; South West Trains operate frequent services between Waterloo (via Clapham Jct, Woking, Basingstoke, Winchester, Southampton Airport) and Southampton Central taking a little over an hour. Convenient connections, including Eurostar services to and from Brussels, Paris and Lille, are available at London Waterloo. .
Virgin Cross Country Trains operate from Scotland, the North, Midlands and Birmingham; Wessex Passenger Trains run from South Wales through Bristol and Salisbury; South West Trains run services from Weymouth, Poole and Bournemouth and Connex provide services to Portsmouth and Brighton.