Weekend Cruises

Say 'farewell' to the hassle and lost-time of planes and trains, and 'hello' to waking to new views, rested and ready to explore to your heart's content. A weekend cruise is the perfect pocket-sized escape...to break the routine and treat yourself to a few days of bliss.

Weekend Cruise Holidays

Whether you’re recharging your batteries after a gruelling deadline or simply escaping the grey skies, a long weekend or a few days away is ideal if you need to take some time out and indulge a little. But it’s also a great opportunity to try something new. 

On board you can expect the same fabulous food, sparkling entertainment and indulgent R&R that you’ll find on all cruise holidays, blended with the opportunity to explore some fantastic doorstop destinations…

With a wide range of short breaks to beautiful destinations, ranging from two to six nights, you can relax to the max on ship and enjoy exploring some of Europe’s most beautiful and historic cities.

Ports to discover on a Weekend Cruise Holiday

Bruges (Tours from Zeebrugge), Belgium

With its impeccably preserved medieval architecture, looming church spires and peaceful canals, Bruges is almost surreal in its picturesque beauty.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. The city is full of canals, markets, and museums, with plenty to explore down every avenue and around every corner.

Cherbourg, France

Located on the tip of the Cotentin Peninsula, Cherbourg was known as the 'keys to the kingdom'. The French city holds both the charm of its surrounding Norman villages, and the bustle and excitement of its busy harbour.

Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg is the epitome of Germany's maritime legacy. The city has been shaped by its location on the river Elbe and now, many of its attractions are remains from that maritime age.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Rotterdam is a city of waterways and is the largest seaport in Europe. Rotterdam's rivers offer access to the heart of Western Europe, once granting it the nickname ‘Gateway to Europe’.