Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2024

109 Le Havre, France Le Havre is located in the heart of Normandy and is renowned as the cradle of the Impressionism art movement. The city centre is listed by Unesco for its post-World War II architecture. Le Havre’s cruise facilities offer three berths and can accommodate any kind of cruise ship during transit or turnaround calls. The newly created entity GIP Le Havre Croisières is committed to developing the cruise facilities, with works to be carried out from 2023 to 2025, including three new terminals and implementing quayside electricity supply systems on the three cruise-dedicated quays. Orkney Islands, Scotland Orkney is a unique destination with 5,000 years of history. It is able to handle cruise ships of all sizes at various locations and we can cater for every traveller’s needs. Orkney is very accessible and from the berths and anchorages visitors can see a Unesco World Heritage site, spot a rare bird or sea mammal, discover famous whisky, see jewellery being made and go inside the most northerly cathedral in Britain, the only one built by Vikings. Whether you are landing on a beach on a remote island or marvelling at a stone circle older than Stonehenge, Orkney has it all. Portland Port, England A destination full of history and intrigue, located in the south of England at the heart of the Jurassic Coast. The award-winning Portland Port provides cruise visitors with a warm welcome, allowing them the opportunity to explore a wide and diverse range of attractions and easy access to quintessential England. From Unesco World Heritage sites to the local area’s natural beauty, rolling green hills and picturesque historic towns and villages, a visit to Portland Port offers it all. Port of Dover, England Dover is one of the most popular cruise ports in the UK. Its well-equipped terminals, combined with the town’s rich heritage and the iconic backdrop of the White Cliffs and Dover Castle, make it the port of choice for many of the world’s leading cruise lines. A multi-purpose berth has given the port the capacity to accommodate four ships at once for the first time in its history. Photo: Philippe Bréard Photo: Graham Campbell