Whether you are embarking on a sailing trip or disembarking from a large cruise liner we shall ensure your journeys to and from home are handled with attention to detail and care.
The most popular ports used by cruise liners and sailing outfits include Dover, Harwich, Felixstowe, Southampton and Portsmouth.
Most cruise ships arrive early in the morning on dis-embarkation day.
If you have arranged for chauffeured transport from your arrival Port to your home or other destination the following tips may prove helpful.
Unless you are very pressured for time it is not essential to rush to be first off the boat.
In fact if you have a plane or train to catch later in the day, a leisurely breakfast followed by a relaxing wait in one of the main passenger areas will prove far less stressful than joining the scrum to be first off the boat.
Your bulk luggage will have been placed in the customs area by the time your leave the ship. This is usually done under a colour coded label system which ties in with the ship's decks. This makes finding your own luggage a very simple process.
Chauffeurs wait in the passenger terminal car park or pick up point area and will be holding a sign with your name, unless they know you by sight.
As described in detail on our Meet & Greet page, mobile phones make meetings between passengers and their chauffeurs much easier. Please remember to switch on your mobile and to have fully charged its battery the night before you arrive!