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The UK largest and most popular cruise port lies on thesouth coast, making it the perfect port from which to start your cruise to theMediterranean, Norwegian Fjords, Northern Europe or further afield.Approximately 1.7 million cruise passengers choose Southampton as theirdeparture point every year and, with four different terminals, the port is capableof hosting the largest ships in the industry.
With it being the home port for P&O Cruises and Cunard,cruises from Southampton take place on amazing ships such as Iona, Britannia,Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2. Royal Caribbean, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, MSCCruises and Saga also base their vessels here from time to time, meaning youcould also set sail on board the innovative Oasis Class ships.
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