Cruise Britain
Southampton (Photo by bobchin1941)

Cruise Britain

Diverse coasts, castles, cities and countrysides await!

A popular way to explore the diverse coastline of Britain is via one of the 52 cruise lines offering spectacular voyages around the country. If you are considering a cruise to this region, then check out the resources available from CruiseBritain, which is a joint initiative between Britain’s ports and service providers.

‘With 55 ports welcoming a cruise vessel in 2016,  Britain really can offer a port for every cruise ship currently sailing – from the largest vessels carrying thousands of passengers to mid-range and boutique ships, and to the small expedition ships looking for a more secluded and bespoke experience,’ added Redhead. ‘As the global cruise market continues to grow, we are confident that Britain’s appeal as a cruise destination will mirror that trend.  All our members work towards increasing the efficiency of their operations and developing new and varied shore excursion options.’

Discover the many different faces of modern Britain

Isle of Man Selfie

CruiseBritain Ports Include:

  • Bristol
  • Cruise Wales – Cardiff, Fishguard, Holyhead, Milford Haven, Newport, Swansea
  • Destination South West – Dartmouth, Falmouth, Fowey, Ilfracombe, Isles of Scilly, Lyme Regis, Plymouth, Poole, Portland, Penzance
  • Guernsey
  • Harwich
  • Isle of Man
  • Jersey
  • Kirkwall, Orkney
  • Liverpool 
  • London – Central
  • London – City
  • London – Tilbury
  • Portsmouth
  • Southampton
  • Torquay
  • Tyne




Carrie Finley

Carrie is ready to explore, discover, and share the wonderful world of cruise travel. As the Chief Experience Officer and Editor-in-Chief, you will find information about cruise ships and places near the sea from the point of view of someone that has worked in the cruise industry for over a decade. Make sure to connect with Carrie via social media outlets including Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest.
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