|Date||Duration||Itinerary||Cruise Line||Cruise Ship||Price||Offers|
|14 May 2021||9 Nights||9-Day British Isles Round-trip London: England, Ireland & Scotland||Norwegian Star||£1007pp|
|23 Jul 2021||12 Nights||British Isles||Arcadia||£1466pp|
|22 May 2021||12 Nights||Charming British Isles||Sirena||£2489pp|
|02 Aug 2021||13 Nights||A Taste of the British Isles||Spirit of Discovery||£4018pp|
|25 Sep 2021||20 Nights||British Isles & Beyond||Sirena||£6441pp|
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Several cruise lines offer cruises around the British Isles, and some of these include Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas and P&O Cruises. As much as cruising further afield is truly appealing, sometimes we miss out on that which is closest to home. The British Isles consist of over 6000 islands, spread across all four countries - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and the best way to see these islands is by sea. Once you pick your preferred ship or cruise line, be prepared to sit back, relax and take in all that our island nation has to offer.
Smaller British Isles cruises are perfect for the first-time cruiser who wants to see if cruising is for them. Several different cruise lines offer what are called "tester cruises" and only last two to three days, but if you really want to delve into the cultural heritage that Great Britain has to offer, then why not try a longer cruise of a week or more.
From historic cities to quaint coastal towns, you'll never forget the amazing locations youll visit. From Southampton you can visit the incredible Stonehenge and try to conceive how these massive stones were transported over land, some from over 150 miles away. You can cross the Millennium Bridge in Newcastle seeing the astounding views of this great northern city, or you may enjoy the stunning view from Edinburgh castle, overlooking Scotland's vibrant capital. Dont forget to whet your whistle with some Scotch whisky, or how about a pint of Guinness in Dublin?
One of Europe's prettiest towns is St Peters Port in Guernsey, which is also a popular destination on most British Isles cruises. Feel free to stroll along the marina and visit the cultural Candie Gardens with its fantastic art collection.
Cruises around the British Isles are usually aboard smaller ships in the fleet, allowing you to cruise into smaller ports, giving a more personal experience. All-in-all, these cruises are to be savoured at any opportunity.