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British Isles and Ireland Discovery

Join us as we delve into the myths, legends and landscapes of the British Isles, Ireland and the Scottish Isles. Discover the hidden gem of the Isle of Scilly, the boatyards of Belfast, birthplace of RMS Titanic, and the UNESCO city of Galway, cruise the beloved ‘Emerald Isles’ of Scotland.  This voyage is rich in history, culture and is the best way to truly appreciate the heritage of the waters that surround our beautiful nation.

Your Tour Includes

  • Cruise into the final port of call for the RMS Titanic plus visit the Museum where the ship now rests
  • Spend time on the Orkney and Shetland Islands
  • Designer boutiques, artist studios, cobbled streets can be found in Irelands most engaging city of Galway
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Itinerary

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This afternoon we board Ambience in Tilbury, settle into your cabin and explore the ships facilities as we set sail to Isles of Scilly.

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Spend the day relaxing and getting to know your new surroundings as we spend the day at sea.

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The Scilly Isles are a subtropical paradise off the coast of Cornwall. Little more than six square miles, St Mary’s is the largest, with an atmosphere unlike anything you’ll experience on the mainland.

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Cobh is home to Ireland’s only dedicated cruise terminal and famous for being the final port of call for the RMS Titanic before it set off on its maiden voyage. From Cobh you can travel to Cork and discover the city’s highlights, including the spires of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, the Old Courthouse, City Hall and the renowned Bells of Shandon.

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Spend time relaxing onboard and make the most of the services available.

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Today’s stop is one of Ireland’s most engaging cities. Arty and bohemian, the cobbled streets of Galway are bursting with designer boutiques, artists’ studios and alternative cafés and restaurants.

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As we sail into the fishing port of Killybegs on the southern coast of County Donegal. Admire the colourful trawlers of this charming working town as we glide into port.

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Visit the vibrant city of Belfast, birthplace of the RMS Titanic and capital of Northern Ireland. Explore the historical centre, take in sights such as the Grand Opera House, Albert Memorial, Botanic Gardens and Belfast City Hall, culminating at the Titanic Belfast, a state-of-the-art multimedia Museum.

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You’ll believe you’ve entered a Tolkienesque fantasy landscape when you see Skye’s surreal crags and peaks – but you’ll be sure of a warm welcome from the down-to-earth locals in the capital of Portree.

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In bustling Kirkwall, the main town on Orkney, there's plenty to see in the narrow, winding streets extending from the harbour. The cathedral and some museums are highlights.

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Spend time exploring the charming capital and Lerwick of the Shetland Islands.  This historic town dates back to the 18th century, wonder around the sandstone building along the waterfront or follow the main street to the modern harbour.

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Spend time relaxing onboard and make the most of the services available.

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After breakfast, we disembark and bid farewell to our captain and crew

  • Cabin accommodation in guest’s chosen category  
  • Full board cuisine  
  • Welcome and farewell Captain’s cocktail party 
  • Captain’s gala dinner 
  • Evening entertainment 
  • Daytime activities programme  
  • Informative guest speakers 
  • Porterage of luggage between the port and cabin  
  • All port taxes