What is a British Isles Cruise like?
Cruising around the UK & Ireland offers you a unique opportunity to visit many iconic cities, natural wonders & historical monuments from another perspective - At sea! Ao avoid the hassle of flights, trains or coaches and embrace the VIP lifestyle, enjoying world-class cuisine, sipping on cocktails, partying on deck or relaxing in the spa.
Cruising the UK & Ireland is the best way to re-discover our home shores with an amazing mix of culture, heritage, monuments & entertainment. You may be surprised what you'll find, from local delicacies in Dublin one day and stunning natural beauty on the Hebrides the next - There is no better way to Seize the Holiday!
Ports of Call on a British Isles Cruise
Alongside some of the more iconic cities such as Belfast, Edinburgh, Dublin & Liverpool you can experience some of the hidden gems of nature including the Hebrides, Giant's Causeway and the Orkney and Shetland Islands, giving you an amazing blend of stunning scenery and vibrant cultural cities
Things to do on a British Isles Cruise
As well as enjoying all the amazing facilities of your ocean-going hotel, you can discover the wilderness of Loch Ness, immerse yourself in the culture of Liverpool or check out the Titanic Experience in Cork. You will never run out of things to see and do whilst cruising around the British Isles and will come home with new memories that you'll treasure forever.
Best time to go on a British Isles Cruise
Most cruises operate between the months of May & September so they can make the most of calmer seas and warmer temperatures (average between 15-25 degrees). However, we know how unpredictable the UK weather can be so remember to pack those coats & jumpers just in case.