London International Cruise Terminal is located just 7 miles from the M25, linking to London and Kent
Tilbury town station is a short walk from the cruise terminal linking to London Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness
Short stay parking for drop-off and pick-up is located immediately adjacent to the Cruise Terminal.
Long stay passenger parking must be booked in advance. For bookings made after 1st January 2013 the car parking rate is £11.00 per night(inclusive of VAT). For cruises of 30 night duration and over, a concessionary rate will apply.
Porters are available to unload your luggage on arrival, which will be taken on board to your cabin. When there is a high demand for car parking, passengers will be directed to an overflow parking area and a free shuttle bus will transport passengers to and from the Terminal.
Head of Cruise
Steve has worked in shipping for over 40 years and brings a wealth of understanding about the industry.
Steve was very much a container man and and was responsible for a short sea container terminal before moving to Enterprise Distribution Centre for paper where he was based for 8 years.
Cruise is just one of Steve’s jobs but he has a keen interest in the industry, and the heritage of the buildings.
Steve certainly brings a keen eye for detail and takes pride in the floral displays at the front of the cruise terminal and takes a active role as a director of the Tilbury on the Thames Trust that is working with the local community to restore and celebrate the Cruise Terminal building.
Head of Cruise
Rob Mason RICS BSc Hons is a Chartered Surveyor. Upon qualifying in 2003 he managed Property portfolios for large Pension funds.
In 2008 he was employed by Forth Ports Ltd to asset manage the commercial property and head up the Port security of Forth Ports 7 Scottish Operations.
He is currently the Head of Cruise for the Scottish Operations 3 Cruise Ports and 2 Anchorages, handling around 120 vessel calls and 140,000 passengers annually.
Forth Ports is the largest Port operator in Scotland and 3rd largest in the UK, 50% of Scotland's GDP in goods going through its ports and estuaries.