United Kingdom 18.18 (Europe/London)
"Welcome to Southampton, one of the largest busiest ports in the UK and a principal historic gateway to the world's destinations and peoples. Our Seafarers' Centre open every day from 2pm to 8pm will help make you feel at home. It provides ship visits, transport, telephone card, internet facilities, food and drink. "DOS" 1) Please visit us first for hospitality, advice, phonecards and currency exchange. 2) Visit the shopping centre and places of interest eg. Titanic Museum. 3) Share in confidence with a Chaplain if you have problems. "DON'Ts" 1) Do not forget to carry personal ID while ashore 2) Do not hesitate to ask SC staff for advice on best places to visit 3) Do not exchange you currency until you have checked with SC staff.
Map showing the location of Southampton

About The Port

A major vehicle-handling and cruise port. It is the UK's second largest container terminal. Also handles bulk materials and fresh produce. Oil terminals located at Fawley and Hamble.

Central south coast England, opposite the Isle of Wight.

Provided by Shipping Guides Ltd

Port Services


Mr John Attenborough

Mission to Seafarers
Contact Details
07774 328 595

Fr John Lavers

Apostleship of the Sea
Contact Details
+44 7720 093 156

Kendrick Simon

Sailors’ Society
Contact Details
07540 157654

Revd William (Bill) McCrea MNM

Sailors’ Society
Contact Details
023 8029 3584

Revd David Potterton

Sailors’ Society
Contact Details
01794 501926

Revd Edward Symmons

Sailors’ Society
Contact Details
023 8073 1192

ITF Inspectors

Darren Procter

Contact Details
+44 7949 246219