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Cruises visiting Peel & all Peel cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Peel in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Peel is a town on the west coast of the Isle of Man, situated in the Irish Sea between Northern Ireland and the Lakes District of England. The entire island has a population of just over 4,000. The island’s history is ancient, including Neolithic and Bronze Ages, Viking settlement, Gaelic culture, and Scottish and English rule. Manx language is in revival. Perhaps the island is best known for the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy (‘The TT road race, May and June), and tail-challenged Manx cats.

Peel is a ‘city’, having red-sandstone Peel Cathedral. Peel Castle (1392) is situated on a small island connected to the town by a causeway. Take time to stroll around the extensive ruins and their spectacular setting.

The attractive harbour includes a newly-built marina and access to two sandy beaches. Visit Leece Museum for the history of the town, House of Manannan Museum with a replica of a Viking longship, and Manx Transportation Museum.

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