From the highlands of Scotland to the north of Ireland, and down south to the French-influenced Channel Islands, every UK port has a rich maritime history, a local speciality and a pub.


Discover our United Kingdom ports of call.

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    Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, and provides the perfect opportunity to experience true Irish culture. There’s no shortage of things to do, from to-die-for boutiques to local restaurants.

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    Its famous white cliffs, a symbol of British courage in wartime, are only one part of Dover’s story. Its hilltop castle is over 2000 years old, and well worth a visit.

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    Glasgow (Greenock)

    Set against a backdrop of exceptional Victorian architecture, Glasgow treats you to a unique blend of nightlife, fantastic shopping and pubs. No visit to Scotland is complete without a dram of whisky.

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    Inverness/Loch Ness

    Crowned by a pink-turreted castle, the ‘Highland Capital’ allows you to relive one of Scotland’s most famous battles at Culloden battlefield or take a trip to the Loch Ness of monster fame.

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    Liverpool is heaven for sport and music lovers, and it also happens to host the UK’s largest collection of museums and galleries outside London. Visit iconic Beatles sites like Penny Lane.

  • Portland, Dorset

    The town of Portland sits on a tiny peninsula jutting into the English Channel. At the tip is Portland Bill, with three lighthouses. The 1906 lighthouse, painted red and white, invites you to climb its 153 steps to the top.

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    Highlights to be discovered in this English port city include award-winning parks and a number of music venues. It’s also the cruise capital of Europe.


Discover the heart of your destination with our unparalleled itineraries.