Peel Ports, one of the UK’s largest port companies, works with cruise operators who are looking for world-class service and access to some the most stunning areas of the UK, taking visitors beyond the usual and right into the heart of the British Isles.
We deliver the quality logistics and services which make working with us an easy, effective and enjoyable experience. We work with a network of highly experienced ground handlers and partners who will develop unique itineraries and manage any schedules.
We’ve got an eye on future trends and understand how our facilities and services need to adapt to ensure we meet the needs of cruise operators and their passengers.
Join us on a gateway of discovery, experience our unrivalled facilities and services and, together, let’s unlock the destinations and experiences of tomorrow - today.
Our strategic locations offer a wealth of possibilities with superb connectivity, tailored services and an experienced team to deliver a world of opportunity. From smaller specialist cruises to larger vessels, we have the facilities and capability to enable you to develop cruise products beyond the usual.
Greenock is the gateway to Scotland. Situated on the Firth of the Clyde, it offers one spectacular entrance into the heart of some of the most breath-taking scenery in Britain, showcasing the natural assets of the west coast of Scotland.
Already welcoming over 100 cruise ships per year, Greenock Ocean Terminal is part of the Clydeport hub cluster and a highly popular port of call. With close proximity to some of Scotland’s most popular tourism hotspots, the possibilities for exciting shore excursions are endless.
The terminal has excellent transport links by road to both Glasgow and Edinburgh, and rail connecting towns and the nearby Glasgow Preswick and Glasgow International Airports.
The brand new cruise terminal opening in 2022 boasts a 200m floating pontoon, a dedicated cruise visitor centre with an arrivals and departures hall as well as a museum which pays tribute to the late, world-famous artist George Wyllie, who worked as a customs officer in Greenock.
Passengers will also have access to a high quality restaurant and roof terrace with panoramic views over the River Clyde.
London Medway is the gateway to one of the most exciting cities in the world as well as being located at the very heart of Kent, England’s garden county. Literally peppered with magnificent country estates, castles, gardens and museums, this culturally rich area of Britain makes it an easy choice for a UK port of call.
London needs little introduction, England’s buzzing capital and one of the most visited cities in the world has activities in abundance to offer any visitor, yet just over an hour away from our Medway port.
The location of our port also opens up endless possibilities for excursions and tours with a broad range of themes. Dame Judy Dench famously said Hever Castle is one of her favourite spots in Britain and this is one of many country houses and historic castles to be found in the stunning county of Kent.
The region also boasts some magnificent natural gardens and inspiring museums such as the Turner Contemporary. Surprising to many, Kent is one the biggest wine producing regions in Britain, many award winning wines are made here and some of these fine vineyards are just a stone throw away from the port of London Medway.
Great Yarmouth is the gateway to some of England’s undiscovered heritage gems. Located on the east coast of England, a cruise call here offers passengers the opportunity to explore rural royal residences, ancient villages and towns and the beautiful open countryside of Norfolk.
Experience the heritage, attractions and gentle countryside of Norfolk. Our port of Great Yarmouth is ideally located to access and explore some of the hidden destinations in this idyllic part of Britain.
Home to Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham Estate, the region boasts unspoiled and traditional English villages and towns such as King’s Lynn and Denver. Heritage is abundantly on offer here with many castles and country estates as well the stunning, medieval city of Norwich.
The university city of Cambridge, brimming with history, tradition and scholarly charm would make an ideal stop as part of a magical heritage tour.
As well as being the harbour authority for 450 square miles of the River Clyde, we also operate terminals at Glasgow, Greenock, Hunterston and Ardrossan.
Services at Clydeport
Strategically located to serve the oil and gas fields of the southern North Sea, we offer the shortest crossing between Britain and continental Europe.
Services at Great Yarmouth
London Medways proximity to London makes it the perfect port of call for the capital, the South East of England and the Midlands.
Services at London Medway