Round Britain Cruises 2016Around Great Britain Cruises 2016
The best way to experience deluxe guided tours in the British Isles.
In 2016 there will be an extraordinary selection of Round Britain runs.
Cruise ships for the first of their kind and frequent travellers are becoming more and more drawn to exploring the variety of the British coast. As a rule, travellers are over 50 years old and appreciate the topics and enriching presentation programs often offered on these cruises. It is the ideal season to visit the British coast with its impressive palaces, picturesque backyards and harbours, flooded with picturesque museum and exceptional artistic treasures.
In Invergordon, a visit to Dunrobin Castle with its magnificent arts and crafts collections is a high point; a visit to Glengarriff on Bantry Bay in Northern Ireland offers the opportunity to drive to Garnish Island and its Italian gardens; while St Peter Port, Guernsey and St Helier in Jersey offers picturesque sandy beach and VAT-free shops.
Many cruises operate a wide range of Round Britain cruises, perhaps the most extraordinary being a seven-night Rule Britannia tour aboard the Pearl II which provides a non-stop trip through Britain and leaves Dover on 28 May 2016. Several other departures with Taga Cruises, among them a 14 nights British and Irish ferry trip aboard the 720 -passenger sailing from Dover on 18 August.
Bournemouth, where visitors can see the Bournemouth Airport International Airport International Airport; Poole; St Peter Port in Guernsey; Cobh and Killybegs in Ireland; Holy Loch for the Cowal Highland Games in Dunoon; Kirkwall on the Orkney Islands and Invergordon. The Olsen Cruise Lines offers a variety of cruises around our coast.
On May 24th, a 10-nights Land's End to John O'Groats sails from Falmouth to Liverpool; Inner Hebrides; Kirkwall; Invergordon; Scrabster; Tobermory and Belfast before he returns to Falmouth. The Lochs of Scotland Boudicca Tour starts on 22 September in Liverpool for a similar eight-night tour. Balmoral, the company?s flag ship, will offer a 10-night Newcastle cruise on June 18 and July 6 on a 10-night Braemar ferry from Southampton to England and Ireland The 11-night Braemar ferry is a round the world from Southampton to Falmouth, Cardiff, Barrow-in-Furness, Liverpool, Lerwick and Rosyth (Edinburgh).
There is also an 11-night cruise'Tinsel and Hogmanay' on Black Watch leaving Tilbury on 22 December. The cruises around the UK and Ireland have gained enormous appeal, says Olsen Croise Lines. "We' ll offer eight unique cruises offering the best of Ireland and the British Isles - two more in 2015.
Many places in the UK and Ireland are hard to see and see on shore, such as Scotch Lakes and Fingal's caves. "Our UK cruises aim to provide a focus within the route and for our UK Castles tour in June, which includes some of the UK's most spectacular fortresses, such as Tintagel Castle, Dover Castle, Cawdor Castle and Beaumaris Castle.
Famous for time-honoured tradition, Cunard has a 12-day British Isles Culinary Discovery tour aboard the Queen Elizabeth, which sails to South Queensferry (Edinburgh), Invergordon, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Greenock, Belfast, Liverpool and Guernsey on 23 June. Christopher Edgington, P&O Cruises VP Sales and Marketing, commented: "We are very pleased with the results: "Great Britain has the most breathtaking landscapes, fauna and unforgettable landscapes.
In 2016, our Routes offer our visitors the chance to enjoy a comfortable vacation on the outskirts of the British Isles.