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Europe - West & British Isles
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467
No. of ports
Size of Fleet
87
No. visiting ships
Cruises
1045
No. of cruises
Popular Months
Apr - Oct
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Europe - West & British Isles Cruises

This region includes the British Isles, the Atlantic coastlines of the Netherlands, France, Spain and Portugal, and south to the Canary islands. The UK offers tradition, history, pomp and ceremony, the rugged coastline of Scotland, and a pint in an Irish Pub! Visit French villages, the wine districts, and chateaux. Sunny Spain and Portugal beckon with monuments, museums and remnants of Moorish Iberia.

In Summer cruises either circumnavigate the British Isles, or visit a series of coastal towns of Western Europe. The Canary Islands are visited from Mediterranean ports also. All the major and smaller lines visit this region. Choose your destination for either a ‘British experience’ or the Continent – France, Portugal and Spain. Cruises are port-intensive, and most sail in the northern summer. This region can be included in a trans-Atlantic voyage in either direction, or in conjunction with some ports in the Mediterranean or Azores. Southampton is one of the busiest departure ports.

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Destination Tips

  • Bruges, one of Europe's best preserved cities, is fairytale-beautiful. Picturesque cobbled lanes wind through to market squares lined with soaring towers and historical churches.

  • Walking tours through the City of London, you will find remnants of the old Roman Wall. Be sure to have pint at the Old Bell Tavern, Fleet Street, dating back to 1678.

  • With breathtaking scenery, historical cities and villages, kilts, clans, whisky and more, Scotland a perfect destination for cruisers to enjoy each region's specialties.

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