New Cruise Terminal — Southampton

May 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2000, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
This article reports that the Associated British Ports (ABP) is to build a new cruise terminal at Southampton, England following a ten-year agreement with the P and O Cruises Ltd. The agreement reaffirms the latter company's commitment to the city as the principal port in Great Britain, for all its vessels. Construction work on the new terminal will be built by the ABP on the site of the existing Mayflower Cruise Terminal, and will begin in the summer of 2000. The new facilities are expected to be completed in the spring of 2001. According to Bo Lerenius, group executive for the ABP, the agreement represents a significant commitment by both companies to serving the needs of the growing cruise market in the country.


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