The Port of Plymouth is home to Brittany Ferries services to France and Spain. The A38 Devon Expressway links Plymouth to the M5 at Exeter and for passengers, Plymouth's central railway station is less than a mile from the port entrance.
The port's geographical advantages ensure it is well placed to continue to serve in particular European Continental trade and tourist routes.
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Passengers and cruises
Brittany Ferries operates daily services from Plymouth to France and weekly services to northern Spain for both passengers and freight cargoes
For cruise ships, Plymouth provides modern, full adjustable tender-berthing facilities to service ships moored in Plymouth Sound, as well as alongside berthing options
The port has facilities for a wide range of cargoes and offers up to 5,420 sq m of covered storage with around 34,000 sq m of additional open storage for goods or vehicles
The port can accommodate virtually any roro vessel with a capacity of up to 180 tonnes over the linkspan
Key statistics and berthing information
Handles around 170,000 tonnes each year
Total port acreage = 46 acres
Normal acceptance dimension of vessels
Dock, Jetty or Quay