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We are travelling of Queen Victoria from the Mayflower pier, Southampton and returning to the City Cruise terminal. Can anyone advise on the local parking. I have a quote fromACP but would prefer to park at the terminal but not if it involves a lomg walk with cases.
Submitted by - Childs, London Road - United Kingdom on 2nd May 2012 / Subject - All Cruises Port Parking
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Comment by Driscoll, Prestatyn (26 Jun 12 20:21) about a QUESTION by Childs (02 May 12 10:02)
Try Parking4cruises, very reasonable rates for a meet and greet service. They would take your car from you at Mayflower and bring it back to City. You should find them much cheaper than ACP.
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Comment by History Addict, Alfreton (02 May 12 17:32) about a QUESTION by Childs (02 May 12 10:02)
We had the same situation on a recent cruise. We booked with CPS and it all worked very smoothly - handed the car keys over on arrival at the Ocean Terminal and on arrival back at the Mayflower Terminal we picked the keys up from CPS in the car park opposite the Terminal buildings and were away within minutes.
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Comment by Woods, Ashford (02 May 12 12:54) about a QUESTION by Childs (02 May 12 10:02)
CPS Parking are the official Cunard parking partner. The car park for the Mayflower Terminal is adjacent to the Terminal. When you arrive at the Terminal the porters relieve you of your cases and a CPS agent will deal with your car and drive it to the appropiate car park, therefore no walking with you cases. In your case it will be driven to the City Terminal car park for you to collect on your return. Collect your luggage in the Baggage Hall, wheel your trolley out and pick up your car keys. There will be staff on duty to show you where to collect your keys.
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