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Penguin Parking is situated right next to Southampton Docks (adjacent to City Cruise Terminal car park) and is the closest off site car park. Transfers take just a few minutes.
We offer an easy to use online booking system. Simply pay by debit or credit card using our secure booking form and you’ll receive a confirmation via email that gives you full directions to the car park, along with your personal booking reference number.
Car Parking prices can vary both seasonally and according to demand. At Penguin Parking we constantly monitor the Car Parking rates of all our competitors so we can offer you the best prices available. We are usually able to offer a competitive alternative - by up to 40% to the main port car parks. Great service with a competitive price equals great value.
You will be transferred to the cruise terminal for free (for up to 4 people) in one of our own vehicles. The journey takes just a few minutes.
When you Park with us we can also offer free transfers (for up to 4 people) to and from Southampton train station, National Express coach station, or any surrounding hotel. Airport transfers are also available at competitive rates for fly cruises.
We endeavor to make your cruise parking as stress free as possible. That’s why there is always someone available during working hours to deal with telephone enquiries. You can also email us and you will receive a reply within 24hrs.
Most requirements for disabled passengers are covered as part of our normal standard of service - we will handle your luggage so you don’t need to - we drop you off and pick you up right outside the terminal building so there is minimal walking involved - we have ample space to transfer wheelchairs and mobility scooters. Please note our vehicles are not wheelchair accessible. However, if you have any special requirements not mentioned above, please let us know beforehand and we shall do everything we can to accommodate your needs.
Beat the port-parking queues for a convenient and hassle-free start to your important cruise holiday. Park and Ride is exactly what it says. Bring your car to us, check it in and then we transfer you and your passengers to your cruise terminal. After your cruise we collect you at the terminal and bring you back to your car.
It’s sometimes seen as an easier option to go straight to the port, but if you ever ask some of the passengers who have tried, the queue to wait for parking at the port can be very long (not to mention after your cruise you need to walk with your luggage to the short stay car park)
We are located very close to the cruise terminals and our transfers take just a few minutes. Our drivers know the roads and shortcuts and you can also save money on the cost of your parking.
Once you have booked your car parking you will receive from us a booking confirmation and all the travel directions you need to find us. All transfers are included in the cost of your parking.Find out more
Should you be Cruising from Southampton, and flying back to Gatwick or Heathrow, you can park your car with us before you cruise (and we will transfer you to the cruise terminal/Hotel) and we can then collect you from the airport on your return and transfer you here to your parked car.
If you are flying out to join your cruise ship, and returning on-board to Southampton, you can also park your car here before you fly ready for your return. We can then either take you directly to your Airport or Southampton Train or Coach station, whatever you prefer.
There are many permutations for fly/cruise transfers so please call us to discuss your actual requirements and then we can quote you a price. All prices include transfers for up to 4 persons.Find out more
Date: 29th August 2018
Author: Helen Cator
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