Port of Southampton
The Port of Southampton is a large commercial and passenger seaport located in the central part of the south coast of England. Major towns near Port of Southampton are Southampton, Portsmouth, Winchester, Bournemouth, and Poole. The port is run by Associated British Ports and is the busiest cruise terminal in the UK. The port is a central hub for freight traffic, with over 3 million tons of cargo each year.
The port is located in the United Kingdom and is subject to all applicable UK laws and regulations.
- All goods entering or leaving the port must be declared to UK Customs.
- All goods entering the port must have the correct documentation, including any necessary import or export licenses.
- All goods must be properly labeled and packaged.
- All dangerous goods must be declared appropriately and stored by applicable regulations.
- All vehicles entering or leaving the port must have valid vehicle registration and insurance.
- All drivers must have valid driving licenses.
- All vehicles must be properly loaded and secured.
- All vehicles must be driven safely and responsibly.
- All waste must be disposed of responsibly by applicable regulations.
- All activities in the port must be conducted safely and responsibly.
AddressOcean Gate Atlantic Way Southampton SO14 3QN United Kingdom
Port AuthorityAssociated British Ports
Phone023 8048 8800
Fax023 8033 6402
Coordinates50º 53′ 38” N, -1º -22′ -31” W
Mean tide5 feet
Channel26 – 30 feet 7.1 – 9.1 meters
Cargo Pier31 – 35 feet 9.4 – 10 meters
Anchorage41 – 45 feet 12.5 – 13.7 meters
Oil Terminal41 – 45 feet 12.5 – 13.7 meters
Max Vessel SizeOver 500 feet in length
Harbor TypeRiver Basin
0-24 Ton Lifts
25-49 Ton Lifts
50-100 Ton Lifts
100+ Ton Lifts
and Highly reliable