Portsmouth International Port is a major UK port, responsible for handling millions of customers and vital cargo across the globe.
With easy access from the motorway and major shipping lanes, we're ideally placed for ferries, cruise and freight.
Portsmouth is also home to Portico, who operate the two conventional quays at the port.
Temporary travel restrictions are in place for passengers and hauliers. Find out more, including what we're doing to keep customers safe.
All sailings on our Portsmouth – Fishbourne route will use Portsmouth International Port from 01:00 on Saturday, 16 October to 23:59 on Sunday 17 October.
Port director, Mike Sellers, reacts to the current container congestion and supply chain issues in the UK.
Portsmouth City Council's cabinet have approved a strategy for shore power provision at Portsmouth International Port, which will allow visiting ships to switch their engines off whilst alongside.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, 2021 is set to become the most successful in Portsmouth International Port’s history for cruise operations, with a record number of days alongside, maiden calls, and forecast economic growth for the city.