Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2024

108 Cowes Harbour, Isle of Wight, England Home to the oldest sailing regatta in the world, Cowes has it all. For families, nature lovers, gastronomes and adventure seekers, there is so much to enjoy. Osbourne House, Queen Victoria’s beloved island home, and Cowes’ vibrant high street, lined with unique museums, galleries, independent shops and welcoming cafes and pubs, are just two of the reasons people have visited the Isle of Wight since pre-Victorian times, making it a firm favourite for cruise ship visits. Cruise Torquay, England Torquay Harbour is on the south coast of Devon and provides experienced piloting, tender operations and safe anchorage for cruise ships of all sizes. Excursion highlights include Greenway, the holiday home of Agatha Christie; Kents Cavern, a Unesco global geopark site; the Paignton to Dartmouth steam train; Cockington Craft Village; Torre Abbey Gardens; and Babbacombe Model Village. Passengers disembark with direct access to the town centre, an attractive palm-lined sea front promenade, local shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Denmark Denmark is the ideal destination for cruise lines, with 12 destinations located at the doorway to the Norwegian fjords and Baltic Sea. The main cruise port is Copenhagen, one of northern Europe’s largest and most advanced turnaround ports. Denmark is attractive to call at in all seasons and is focused on sustainable shore excursions and high-quality service. Guests can experience the Danish art of cosiness, royal heritage, excellent shopping, fantastic gastronomy and more in one of the world’s happiest countries. Foyle Port, Ireland Foyle Port is idyllically located in Derry-Londonderry, home to Ireland’s only completely intact historic Walled City. The Port’s compact size and easy accessibility into both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland allows for combined experiences to some of the island’s most magnificent areas of outstanding natural beauty including the iconic Unesco World Heritage Site, The Giant’s Causeway, and the start of the famous coastal touring route, the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal. FEATURED PORTS & DESTINATIONS