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Cruises visiting Plymouth & all Plymouth cruises for  2020-2021

View Plymouth 2020-2021 cruises for 5 ships listing 7 cruises from Plymouth with today's best deals!

Plymouth, a vibrant waterfront city packed full of attractions, is a city in Devon, England, about 310 km SW of London. Being home to nearly 250,000 people it is the second biggest city on the south coast. Plymouth grew as a major shipping port, handling imports and passengers from the Americas and the construction of battleships for the Royal Navy. This led to its targeting and partial destruction during the Plymouth Blitz of World War II, but after the war the city centre was completely rebuilt and today its naval base, HMNB Devonport, is the largest operational naval base in Western Europe.

The Plymouth Mayflower Museum takes visitors on a fascinating journey from the early beginnings of Sutton Harbour, then a rocky natural harbour, through to the thriving tourist destination we see today. The Smeaton’s Tower built in 1759 is one of the world’s most famous lighthouses, and the Wheel of Plymouth at 60m in height is awe-inspiring and a ride provides wonderful views of the city. With over 70 sharks from more than ten different species that range in size from the small dogfish to the large Sand Tiger Sharks, the National Marine Museum is well worth visiting.

Union Street is Plymouth’s historical centre, now the entertainment strip. Other places well worth visiting are: the Mayflower Steps in the Barbican area of the city; the 16th C Elizabethan House with its carved oak features and period furniture; and the Armada Memorial, to commemorate the defeat of the Spanish Armada. Close to Plymouth is Saltram, the Parker family home with its original contents. With three centuries of sophistication and extravagance, it provides a fascinating insight into country-estate life throughout the centuries. Dartmoor – the inspiration for a number of artists and writers – is 35 km out of town.

Cruises visiting Plymouth in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

20

AUG

Azamara Pursuit cruises

15

NIGHTS

Azamara Pursuit cruises

$6,464

$431

24

AUG

Nautica cruises

22

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$8,680

$395

24

AUG

Nautica cruises

36

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$14,870

$413

24

AUG

Nautica cruises

40

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$16,890

$422

Cruises visiting Plymouth in 2021

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

21

JUN

Silver Whisper cruises

14

NIGHTS

Silver Whisper cruises

$14,400

$1,029

22

JUL

Crystal Serenity cruises

12

NIGHTS

Crystal Serenity cruises

$12,047

$1,004

22

JUL

Crystal Serenity cruises

24

NIGHTS

Crystal Serenity cruises

$24,081

$1,003