Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning 2024

111 Port of Stockholm, Sweden Stockholm is Sweden’s capital and is built on islands that are connected by 57 bridges. On arrival, cruise ships pass through the stunning Stockholm archipelago with its 30,000 islands and islets, which is a unique experience for guests. Once in Stockholm, visitors can find everything they would wish for in a big city – including culture, shopping and fine dining. Cruise ships can call at Stockholm all year around. Welcome to Stockholm. | Port of Turku, Finland The ships that arrive in Turku pass the nature conservation area of Ruissalo before mooring next to the medieval Turku Castle, which is within walking distance of the city centre. Turku is not only a natural stop between other fascinating Finnish ports but also, historically, a hidden gem that offers everything from beautiful natural sights to gastronomical experiences, interesting museums, cultural sights and an intimate atmosphere. Ports of Jersey Jersey is located in the northern part of the Bay of St Malo, some 40 miles south of the main English Channel shipping lanes and only 12 miles off the Contentin Peninsula. It is this unique position that gives Jersey a truly distinct feel. Cruise guests will be spoilt for choice for things to do; from visiting world-famous tourist attractions such as Jersey Zoo and the Jersey War Tunnels, exploring exquisite beaches and historic castles to fine dining at Michelin-star restaurants or shopping in designer boutiques. St Peter Port, Guernsey St Peter Port is the perfect base for exploring the Island of Guernsey. Passengers can meander less than a few minutes to reach the beautiful, historic town awash with flowers, cafe culture and independent shopping. Also the base for Guernsey’s variety of excursions, no time is lost heading out to sea for wildlife spotting or on a short boat ride to the blissful, carless Herm Island. On land, discover Guernsey’s special, exclusive and boutique experiences from foodie and eco-tourism excursions to bike, walking and tuktuk tours run in smaller groups by locals. FEATURED PORTS & DESTINATIONS