United Kingdom Cruise Lines
All of the major cruise lines offer sailings to the United Kingdom, whether in full or as part of longer itineraries across the Atlantic or to the north of Europe. This gives you the freedom to choose the cruise line that is right for you – whether you want an all-inclusive ultra-luxury tour, or a more relaxed premium luxury escape that still remains a class above what most cruise lines can offer.
Azamara Club Cruises
With Azamara Club Cruises you can take your pick from dedicated British Isles cruises, or enjoy sailings to and from the Baltic states with a selection of UK ports included. You can even book a place on a special cruise dedicated to the British Open golf championship, with a particular focus on some of Scotland’s best ports.
A truly breath-taking ultra-luxury cruise line, Crystal Cruises has a number of dedicated United Kingdom cruises to choose from, including the ultimate round-trip from Dover lasting a full 14 nights showcasing the best that England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Eire has to offer.
A cruise line known for exceptional dining, Oceania Cruises also has a number of cruises around the British Isles to choose from. Some of the more interesting examples are those themed around the heritage of the Vikings, incorporating calls to the Faroe Islands and Iceland along with the Scottish Isles and Highlands.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
With Regent Seven Seas, you can enjoy all-inclusive cruising and complimentary excursions – meaning you can drink champagne freely as you sail and then explore deep into the UK cities and ports on tours that don’t require an extra charge.
Seabourn’s United Kingdom cruises for the most part incorporate other parts of Europe, but some only extend as far as France and Belgium whilst focusing the majority of the voyage on the British Isles. The relaxed luxury of the Seabourn ships makes for the perfect atmosphere for these holidays.
With ultra-luxury Silversea Cruises, you’re able to sail around the UK or you can book on a much larger cruise, including transatlantic voyages to the US and Canada whilst still visiting some of Britain’s most interesting port towns.