Tilbury (London) - Cruise



  • The London International Cruise Terminal is London's only deep-water, purpose-built cruise facility
  • The ‘quay’ to the Capital City, located 22 nautical miles down-river from Central London
  • Situated within 60 minutes of all the London ‘hub’ airports via the motor way network
  • 348 metre, floating landing stage gives unrestricted ship access to all side doors
  • Minimum ten metres depth alongside at LAT with no beam or air draft restrictions
  • Large, well-appointed, historic Grade II* listed cruise terminal with two, elevated ship/shore gangways
  • Short and long stay car parking facilities located adjacent to the cruise terminal
  • Managed by the Ports Harbour Master’s, all with ‘cruise’ vessel experience

2017 will be a busy cruise season for Scotland and London

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