WITH construction of the Port of Southampton’s fifth cruise terminal well underway, Associated British Ports is inviting readers to get involved with naming this new iconic port building.

Work at Europe’s leading cruise turn-around port continues on target for the port’s open access and next generation ready terminal to welcome the world’s largest ships in summer for the 2021 cruise season.

The £55m investment will also see shore power connectivity installed at the site and will bring millions of pounds into Southampton's economy.

The terminal is in need of a name befitting to its significance to the city and the future of cruise.

The new terminal will join the line-up of four other world-class cruise terminals in the port, which are named Queen Elizabeth II Cruise Terminal, City Cruise Terminal, Ocean Cruise Terminal and Mayflower Cruise Terminal.

We are giving you the opportunity to submit your name ideas for the chance to win an MSC seven-night cruise for two departing from Southampton in a balcony cabin – simply visit dailyecho.co.uk/ABP to make your name suggestions

ABP will choose a name from all of the suggestions received for the new terminal from all of the entries submitted.

Suggestions will be considered based on their relevance to Southampton’s heritage, culture and history as well as ‘fit’ with the other four terminals.

While you are creating the perfect name Norwegian Cruise Line have teamed up with us to give readers another opportunity to win.

NCL are offering the chance to win a seven-day Europe fly-cruise by simply answering a qualifying question and attaching three out of the five tokens printed April 12 – April 16 to the entry form printed on Saturday April 17.