London to Southampton Luxury Transfers
Southampton Cruise Chauffeur Transfers
Luxury chauffeur transfers for Southampton Seaport. Southampton is the home port of the largest cruise ships in the world. Approximately 70 miles south-west from London it is within easy reach for Southampton to London and London to Southampton transfers. iChauffeur offer award-winning chauffeur service providing seamless transfers in safety, comfort and style.
Southampton Cruise Port
The world's largest cruise ships
Southampton’s tradition of luxury cruising began in the 1840s, when P&O started advertising tours to Egypt.
Many of the world’s largest cruise ships can regularly be seen in the port of Southampton, including liners from Royal Caribbean and Carnival Corporation. Carnival has headquarters in Southampton, with its brands including Princess Cruises, P&O Cruises and Cunard Line.
The city has a particular connection to Cunard Line and their fleet of ships. At certain times of the year, the Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria may all visit Southampton at the same time, in an event commonly called ‘Arrival of the Three Queens’.
Southampton Airport Chauffeur Transfers
Southampton Airport (IATA: SOU, ICAO: EGHI) is an international airport located in Southampton and Eastleigh. iChauffeur offer Southampton Airport Chauffeur Transfers for Southampton Airport and all UK airports.
Opened in 1932. The first flight of the Supermarine Spitfire took place at the airport on 5 March 1936. Commemorated in 2004 with a two-thirds sized sculpture of the prototype Spitfire, at the entrance. The Spitfire was powered by the Henry Royce inspired Rolls-Royce Merlin engine.
Southampton is a city in Hampshire, England. It is a major port on Southampton Water joined by the River Test and Itchen along with the River Hamble. It is located near to the New Forest National Park and is 33 miles from Bournemouth and 19 miles from Portsmouth.
Known for the University of Southampton, Solent University, Southampton Science Park, Southampton Airport, Southampton Football Club, Ordnance Survey, National Oceanography Centre, BBC South, the NHS, Associated British Ports (ABP) and Carnival UK.
Jane Austen lived in Southampton between 1806 and 1809. She stayed in a rented house in Castle Square. Southampton sea walls.
Cowes, Isle of Wight and Cowes Ferries
Southampton is a major ferry terminal with Red Funnel, Isle of Wight Ferries operating a vehicle/passenger ferry to Cowes, on the Isle of Wight.
The Hythe Ferry offers a chance to visit the New Forest.
Southampton International Boat Show
Britain's biggest festival of boating!
Southampton International Boat Show features the best of the leisure marine industry. From paddleboards to superyachts, and everything you need to enjoy life in, on or around the water. The show is located at Mayflower Park and held during September.
Ocean Village is a mixed-use marina, residential, business and leisure development. Originally the site of Southampton’s first working docks, the “Outer Dock” which opened in 1842.
It features Restaurants & Bars, Royal Southampton Yacht Club, a Cinema and Southampton Harbour Hotel & Spa which is Southampton’s only 5-star hotel. It has 119 luxury rooms and 10 suites plus an award-winning restaurant.
Southampton Football Club
Southampton Football Club are located in St. Marys Stadium in Southampton. Close to the centre with West Quay shopping centre.
“I knew I probably wouldn’t win any honours, but when you’re at a club that size, staying in the Premier League for 16 years gave me as much pleasure as winning a medal if I’d gone somewhere else.”
The Ageas Bowl
Enjoy chauffeur-driven travel to The Ageas Bowl for first class cricket, dine at Beefys or stay at Hilton Hotel. Ageas Bowl, Botley Rd, West End, Southampton SO30 3XH