Set sail on a cruise from Rosyth and enjoy the highlights of dazzling destinations such as the Baltic, the culture-rich cities of France and Spain, or Norway's enchanting fjordland. Located just 40 minutes from Edinburgh, the Port of Rosyth makes a wonderfully convenient departure point for those travelling from Scotland and the north of England, with the added bonus of being able to explore the Scottish capital's delightful sights and landmarks before setting sail.
Our cruises from Rosyth take place on board smaller ships, allowing for a more friendly, traditional style of cruise, and providing our guests the chance to journey through scenic narrow waterways that other cruises miss. Whether you're embarking on a two-week journey across Scandinavia or spending a week exploring the best of the British Isles, you can expect a wealth of comfort and style on board our cruises from Rosyth.
Situated on the north bank of the River Forth in Fife, the port of Rosyth is an easy 40-minute journey from Edinburgh. With great transport links throughout the immediate area and further afield, cruises from Rosyth are stress-free and convenient.
By train: The closest train station to the Port of Rosyth is Inverkeithing, a ten-minute taxi ride from the port.
By car: Being located just two miles from the M90 motorway, the Port of Rosyth is convenient for those travelling by car. If coming from the north, you should take the M90 motorway from Perth. From the South, take the M18 motorway towards Edinburgh and cross the Queensferry bridge, or from the west travel northeast and across the Kincardine Bridge and then take the A985 towards Rosyth. Satnav users can use the postcode KY11 2XP to be directed to the terminal, and you'll find the terminal is well signposted as you approach.
Passenger facilities at the terminal are limited to a convenience store and vending machines. There is no left luggage facility. The cruise terminal has seating for 250 passengers, accessible after check in. The ships are located around 1km from the terminal, so coaches are available to transport passengers between them.
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