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hamilton - Answered a Question by Blackmore (07 May 17 19:10)

As George says, why not consider a hotel? Some do stay, park, and cruise deals with breakfast and taxi transfer to cruise terminal.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by Blackmore (07 May 17 18:33)

The most convenient and most Expensive would be CPS which is Quayside but if you are prepared to park away from the Port ACP is quite reliable and somewhat cheaper but it does involve a free of charge shuttle service to and from the Port. But if you Google Cruise Parking at Southampton there are a number of alternative parking options available.

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George - Answered a Question by Blackmore (07 May 17 19:05)

Just another option for you have you thought about a hotel some of them give you free parking for length of cruise if you stay one night.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by Blackmore (07 May 17 20:29)

I would ignore the previous answers and book ABParking, run by the Associated British Ports at Southampton. Parking right by the ship and even help with your luggage if you need it. Certainly cheaper than an hotel and the big advantage is that you are quickly on your way on disembarkation.

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