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British Island Cruise

2.163€

About this cruise

Port of Call: Cork, Ireland

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.163€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

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Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
26/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 3.470€ 4.840€ 8.430€ 14.130€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
26/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 4.330€ 5.900€ 9.730€ 14.650€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
26/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 5.010€ 6.570€ 10.410€ 15.330€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
26/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 5.680€ 7.250€ 11.080€ 16.000€

Cruise Route

During your visit to Cork, you can explore the charming city known for its vibrant energy and rich history. Wander through the picturesque streets, visit the famous Blarney Castle, and kiss the legendary Blarney Stone for good luck. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of local pubs and indulge in traditional Irish cuisine.

Port of Call: Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, offers a perfect blend of old-world charm and modern attractions. Discover the city`s fascinating history by visiting iconic landmarks such as Dublin Castle, St. Patrick`s Cathedral, and Trinity College. Explore the vibrant Temple Bar district, renowned for its lively pubs, live music, and friendly atmosphere.

Port of Call: Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland, is a city steeped in history and culture. Explore the iconic Titanic Belfast exhibition, which tells the story of the famous ill-fated ship. Visit the fascinating murals of the Peace Walls and learn about the city`s troubled past. Take a stroll along the waterfront and admire the stunning architecture of the Titanic Quarter.

Port of Call: Bruges, Belgium

Experience the charm of Bruges, a UNESCO World Heritage City in Belgium. Explore the well-preserved medieval architecture, picturesque canals, and cobblestone streets. Visit the famous Markt Square and indulge in delicious Belgian chocolates and waffles. Take a relaxing boat ride along the canals and soak in the enchanting atmosphere of this romantic city.

Port of Call: Paris

Day 1: Southampton, England. Departure time: 17:00. Southampton is considered the most important port city in England. Despite the almost complete destruction of the old town in the war, there are numerous sights in Southampton. Worth seeing are the city walls and the Bargate Memorial, a medieval gatehouse that used to serve as the main entrance to the city. The city also offers the Seacity Museum, which focuses on the departure of th.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: New haven (Edinburgh), Scotland. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 21:00. Duration of port stay: 14 hours. Approximately three kilometers north of Edinburgh lies the manageable yet enchanting district of Newhaven. The harbor town is located directly on the English Channel, opposite the northwestern area of the French coast. This small place, registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, invites visitors on a trip, as its historical and modern architecture is equally fascinating and unique. In addition to the impressive buildings and the beach, the historic military museum Newhaven Fort is also worth a visit. The abandoned workers` settlement Tide Mills and the former experimental seaplane base.

Day 4: Invergordon, Scotland. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 22:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. Invergordon is the starting point to explore the beautiful Highlands in Scotland. Located about 30 kilometers south of the city is the famous Loch Ness. Here, in the village of Drumnadrochit, one can follow the traces of the Loch Ness Monster, Nessie, or enjoy the breathtaking view of the lake from the ruins of Urquhart Castle. Another attraction is Dunrobin Castle, which is considered the largest in the northern Highlands. Guided tours of the castle`s interior are offered, and.

Day 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 20:00. Duration of port stay: 13 hours. Belfast is the second largest city in Ireland after Dublin and the capital of the region of Northern Ireland. With its unique flair, this historically significant city is worth a visit. During an exploration tour, visitors quickly get to know the different aspects of the city. History enthusiasts as well as nature lovers will find plenty to enjoy. Visit the Queen`s University, see where the Titanic was built, or explore the fascinating Belfast Castle. After an extensive city explo.

Day 7: Dún Laoghaire (Dublin), Ireland. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 19:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. Dun Laoghaire is a port city in Ireland, located approximately 10 kilometers away from Dublin. Attractions include the National Maritime Museum of Ireland and the waterfront promenade. The port often serves as a stopover for cruise ships heading to Dublin. Dublin is the capital of Ireland and also the country`s economic and financial center. One of its famous landmarks is the Half Penny Bridge, which connects Bachelor`s Walk to the Temple Bar neighborhood. Temple Bar is Dublin`s most famous cultural and entertainment district. Other interesting attractions include the Government Buildings, the Irish National Library, and Trinity College with its impressive library. Dublin is also home to the world`s tallest stainless steel sculpture called The Spire. Standing at 123 meters, it has already won several awards.

Day 8: Sea day.

Day 9: Zeebrugge (Flanders), Belgium. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 16:00. Duration of port stay: 8 hours. Zeebrugge, the largest fishing port in Belgium, is connected to the historic mother city of Bruges by a twelve-kilometer canal, where taking a stroll is highly recommended. Along the long beach promenade, numerous cafes invite you to linger. The fish auction hall in the back harbor is one of the largest and most modern in Europe, which can be visited on a harbor tour. Zeebrugge also has a marina that can accommodate around a hundred ships. Places of interest: St. George Memorial, Pierre Vandamme Sea Lock, Diamond Museum, Memling Museum, Our Lady`s Church, Vin.

Day 10: Le Havre, France. Arrival time: 06:00. Departure time: 22:00. Duration of port stay: 16 hours. The port "Le Havre de Grace" was founded in 1517 by François I on the right bank of the mouth of the Seine. The waterfront, the beach, and the harbor basins penetrate to the heart of the city. The character of the city is shaped by the mouth of the Seine and the harbor. Le Havre is not only an important commercial port but also has a marina and a bathing beach. The Alabaster Coast with its high chalk cliffs extends from Le Havre northwards to the mouth of the Somme. Always connected to the sea, Le Havre is now the fifth-largest European port. Sights: harbor, town hall, Villa Maritime, Floating Dock, St. Joseph.

Day 11: Southampton, England. Arrival time: 05:00. Southampton is considered the most important port city in England. Despite the almost complete destruction of the old town in the war, there are numerous sights in Southampton. Worth seeing are the city walls and the Bargate Memorial, a medieval gatehouse that used to serve as the main entrance to the city. The city also offers the Seacity Museum, which focuses on the departure of th.