PORTSMOUTH Harbour is now open after a Second World War bomb was found earlier this evening.
Brittany Ferries arriving and departing in the city were delayed for around two hours - the service is now running normally.
Reports say the Royal Navy bomb disposal team has now been stood down after the bomb was found ‘not viable’.
There had been a 500m exclusion zone around the harbour.
The Wightlink Ferry service between Portsmouth and Isle of Wight was not affected and South West Trains also had a normal service.
A spokeswoman from the Royal Navy said they were investigating the situation.