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Conveniently located on the River Thames, London Tilbury is just 25 miles from central London. Start your cruise from London Tilbury and discover many destinations worldwide, from mini cruises and weekend breaks to round the world adventures. Columbus, Magellan, Marco Polo and Astoria all sail from the London Cruise Terminal.
By air: Perfectly placed for quick and easy access, London Tilbury is about an hour from London Gatwick Airport or London Stansted, and approximately two hours from London Heathrow. London City and London Southend are the closest airports, each around 40 minutes away.
By train: There are regular rail services from London Fenchurch Street Station to Tilbury, and taxis are available to take you to the cruise terminal. A free shuttle bus is available from Tilbury Town station to the ‘Tilbury to Gravesend’ ferry, which is located right next to the cruise terminal.
By car: The port is just seven miles away from Junction 31 of the M25. There are plenty of signs to direct you to your cruise from London Tilbury from there. CMV offer a special coach service for passengers from London Victoria Coach station to the Tilbury cruise terminal on sailing days. This must be booked in advance.
Basic facilities are available to use, including lounge areas, toilets, shops and baggage assistance for customers taking cruises from London Tilbury.
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