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It's not often we get to look at the UK from the sea. So a cruise around our home island may well prove a unique and fascinating experience giving you the chance to see the most historic landmarks and landscapes from a different perspective.With many different ports of call including the historic city of Edinburgh, vibrant Liverpool and, of course, the historic and culturally diverse city of London, you can experience a tour of the UK unrivalled by any other form of transport.
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Dover, UK
The Port of Dover sits on the Kent coastline in south-east England and is the world's busiest passenger port. Enjoy panoramic views of the world famous White Cliffs of Dover. Pay a visit to the 2000-year-old Dover Castle to learn about the castle’s secret wartime tunnels. Explore maritime history at the Dover Museum. Venture further afield to visit the battlements and captain’s quarters at Deal Castle and the former command post of the Duke of Wellington at nearby Walmer Castle.
Dover, UK
Liverpool, UK
Liverpool, UK
The ship drops anchor today on the banks of the River Mersey at Liverpool. With some of the best museums and galleries in the UK, Liverpool is an exciting and historic city. Stop at International Slavery Museum, Walker Art Gallery, World Museum, and Beatles Story — featuring memorabilia and a life-sized replica of the Cavern Club — during your time here. Have lunch and drinks at the many bars and cafes of the modern Albert Dock, or enjoy some sightseeing with visits to Liverpool Cathedral and St George's Hall. See the launch pad of The Beatles, Casbah Club; tour Liverpool FC's home ground, Anfield Stadium; or shop 'til you drop at the Metquarter and Liverpool ONE.
Port of Tyne, UK
The Port of Tyne was proud to be voted the UK's Port of the Year in 2014 and welcomes around 30 cruise ships each year to its Northumbrian Quay and Whitehill Point cruise berths. Port of Tyne is the gateway to England's North East and its beautiful coastlines, castles, gardens, and cathedrals. The region is also home to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Durham City, Hadrian's Roman Wall and Alnwick Castle — which featured as the Hogwarts castle in the Harry Potter films. Other regional highlights include: Angel of the North, Bamburgh Castle, Beamish, Farne Islands, and Holy Island.
Port of Tyne, UK
Southampton, UK
Southampton, UK
The Port of Southampton is the UK's number one cruise port. In 2015, over 1.7 million passengers set sail from its four dedicated cruise terminals - Mayflower Cruise Terminal, QE2 Cruise Terminal, Ocean Cruise Terminal, and City Cruise Terminal. Many passengers choose to spend time in Southampton pre-cruise to enjoy local attractions and get in the holiday mood. Visit art exhibitions at the City Art Gallery; step back in time at SeaCity Museum or Tudor House and Garden; try year-round winter sports at Alpine Snowsports Centre; indulge in retail therapy at WestQuay Shopping Centre; or enjoy live music at 02 Guildhall. Southampton is also the perfect base from which to explore the New Forest, Winchester and the Isle of Wight.
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