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The iconic white cliffs that can be seen as you arrive into or depart from Dover make it arguably the UK’s most recognisable cruise port. With two cruise terminals in place, three ships can be accommodated at the same time, meaning Dover sees around 200,000 cruise passengers climbing aboard vessels every year.
Dover’s proximity to London and the fact that it is a modern port make it a firm favourite for UK cruisers setting sail to destinations like the Baltic, Norwegian fjords and Mediterranean. Plus, anyone who chooses to arrive early, possibly wishing to remove any worries about missing their departure, will have plenty of historical attractions to enjoy nearby.
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