Plymouth Freight Ferry Port

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Plymouth Routes

  • Roscoff to Plymouth / Plymouth to Roscoff
    5 crossings weekly
    5 hr 15 min
  • Santander to Plymouth / Plymouth to Santander
    2 crossings weekly
    20 hr

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The freight port of Plymouth is the historical second home of the Royal Navy, and is located at the mouth of the River Tamar in the South West of England. Its commercial part, Millbay Docks, is owned and operated by Associated British Ports. Located on the south coast of England, Plymouth gives you easy access to both France and Spain. These arrival ports all offer easy access to the major road networks in France and Spain.

Plymouth Ferry Port facilities

There are reservered areas for freight drivers with high quality food.

Getting to Plymouth Ferry Port by road

Take the M5 to Exeter, then onto the A38 - which goes all the way to Plymouth. Once in Plymouth, take the A374 and keep following signs for the city centre. As you near the centre, signs for the ferry port are prominent everywhere.

Useful Information

Plymouth Port Authority.

Plymouth Map

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Port Addresses

Brittany Ferries

Millbay, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3EW, United Kingdom

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