thomas - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 14:10)

The National Express coach stop is just outside the dock gates-plenty of taxis and a short journey---I think our fare was £2.5.

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Bradley - Answered a Question by Jackson (23 May 08 17:53)

They have drop off points in more than one part of Southampton so it depends where your service goes to. The main coach station is Harbour Parade which I would say is just over a mile away. Suggest you go to their web site where there is a map facility. P&O usually sail from Western Docks (106?) although I've sailed from the QE2 terminal on one occasion which is in the other direction. Don't forget that the ship doesn't wait for delayed coaches so don't cut your arrival time too fine. Have a nice holida.

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WRIGHT - Answered a Question by Jackson (23 May 08 20:40)

No more than 2 miles, in fact it is possible to see the Cruise ships from the Coach statio.

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macro - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 04:19)

10 mins by taxi.

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cornish - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 06:50)

The coach station is by the West Quay shopping complex - it depends which berth you are sailing from as to how far its - QE2 berth is a bit of a way from there - not walkable but only a short taxi ride, but otherwise its not really very far.

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hastings - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 09:53)

About 5 mins by tax.

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Simenite - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 11:04)

Last year, as a reasonably fit 64 year old, I walked it with my trolley case, downhill all the way then flat along New Quay Rd took about 45 mins. In terms of distance approx 1 mile. You can book a taxi from the NEx depot/mobile takes 10 mins to Mayflower dock. Compo.

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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 14:47)

Ten minute taxi rid.

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norgan - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 16:03)

Hi you will have no problems getting a taxi to the terminal. All three cruise terminals are about 6-10 minutes away. Have a great holiday.I am going on the Artemis to the Fjords 0n the 30th May hoping for good weather. Chri.

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moor - Answered a Question by Jackson (24 May 08 17:22)

We paid about £5.00 in November, go through the coach station to get to the taxis.

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