British Isles Cruise Holidays

Homegrown discovery
How much of the British Isles have you explored? With us, you can visit the incredible cities, encounter the diverse landscapes and meet the local wildlife, all on one holiday. With each stop just a stone's throw away, you can visit seven destinations on a 12 night holiday and see more of the British Isles than you might have thought possible.

British Isles Ports

Dublin, Ireland

Liverpool, United Kingdom

Oban, United Kingdom

Belfast, United Kingdom

Greenock, United Kingdom

Cork, Ireland

Kirkwall, United Kingdom

Stornoway, United Kingdom

Holyhead, United Kingdom

Invergordon, United Kingdom

St Peter Port, Guernsey

Killybegs, Ireland

Torshavn, Faroe Islands

Lerwick, United Kingdom

Reasons to visit the British Isles on a cruise holiday

The breathtaking beauty of the British Isles will leave a lasting impression on any visitor – many of the Scottish islands are uninhabited and wild, and are full of ancient monuments that are testament to the area’s Neolithic ancestry.

Breathtaking Coastlines

The rugged coastlines, green pastures and ancient folklore of Ireland and beyond await you on a cruise around the British Isles. St Peter Ports island will seduce you with its multitude of gorgeous bays ranging from long, sandy beaches to hidden coves and Killybegs is part of the Wild Atlantic Way, the world's longest defined coastal touring route covering 2,500km of beautiful coastline. Whilst, Invergordon is the perfect place to try to catch a glimpse of the elusive Loch Ness monster in nearby Inverness. Heading to the busy fishing village of Scrabster on the far north coast of Scotland you will feel on top of the world.

Wild Landscapes

Scotland’s wild landscape is made up of castles, glacial valleys, mountains and lochs. Stornoway, the main town on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, is renowned for its unspoilt natural beauty and stunning scenery of mountains, moorland and golden beaches. The natural beauty and archaeological wonders of the Orkney Islands will astound and enthral you, too. A visit to Dunnet Head, the most northerly mainland point of the British Isles, is a must and offers spectacular views of the Orkney Islands from sheer cliffs that drop over 300ft into the Pentland Firth.

Fascinating History

For history lovers, St Peter Port is a dream. Discover Castle Cornet, an 800-year-old fortress that guards the harbour, as well as museums dedicated to the German occupation of Guernsey in the Second World War. You will also be enchanted by the fine Georgian and Regency houses, tumbling terraced gardens, winding streets and hidden leafy alleyways. Up in the northern Highlands, the Castle and Gardens of Mey, the most northerly inhabited castle on the British mainland, was lovingly renovated and restored by the late Queen Mother.

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Explore ashore

Take a look at some examples of our curated shore experiences, offering you the chance to try something new, connect with local culture and discover a different side to the British Isles.

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