Wander Greencastle’s impressively intact 17th-century walls and gates and learn about some of Northern Ireland’s most important history.
Maritime Cities of the North West
Join us on our journey along the North West coast, as we take in picturesque Portrush and Belfast before sailing into Liverpool.
- 21 Jul – 25 Jul 2021
- 4 nights
- From £849pp
Our voyage begins in Greenock, the closest port of call for Glasgow. Scotland’s second city is a dynamic, artistic hub. With excellent restaurants and a thriving creative community, you’ll board our beautiful ship well fed and superbly entertained – ready for a cruise of the northwest’s maritime cities.
From the small seaside town of Portrush you can enjoy a visit to the Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With an expert ranger guide, immerse yourself in the history of the causeway’s 40,000 basalt columns. Or join our whisky on the rocks experience with a Bushmills Whisky expert. Sit on the rocks as the 12-Year-Old Distillery Reserve is poured and raise a toast to the giants.
In Belfast – our next stop – maritime history abounds. The Titanic Quarter is home to the Titanic Museum, too, a fascinating multimedia exhibition packed with moving stories. Also don’t miss the Ulster Museum, the chilling Crumlin Road Gaol and the Victorian St George’s Market.
Finally, we’ll dock in Liverpool where Beatles history runs through the city’s streets, and the Royal Albert Dock hosts a handful of excellent museums in its former industrial warehouses.
Voyage Itinerary: 21 Jul – 25 Jul 2021
- Day 1: Greenock (Glasgow)
- Day 2: Sailing
- Day 3: Portrush
- Day 4: Belfast
- Day 5: Liverpool
Parking at Greenock: We advise guests to book parking at Greenock nearer to the sailing date, by which time, travel restrictions will have been lifted, giving guests more option to secure parking or valet options.
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