Posted January 9th, 2017
Who’s Sailing Where In 2017?
Do you know exactly where you want to go on your 2017 cruise, but you’re not sure which cruise line can take you there? Or, perhaps you know which operator you want to sail with but you don’t know where their ships will be heading during 2017. Either way, our 2017 cruise finder will help you decide exactly where to go and with which cruise line.
Below are a number of maps which tell you all of the ports you can visit with each company and where they are departing from. You can click the symbol in the top left hand corner to toggle the side menu and filter by a specific ship, plus click on each cruise ship icon to learn more about how to visit that port. Our 2017 cruise finder will help you narrow down your choices and see exactly which adventures are possible throughout the year. Take a look at each map – it’s so easy to use.
P&O Cruises is Britain’s largest cruise company and therefore they have a great range of itineraries sailing from UK ports such as Southampton, Dover and Edinburgh. This year, you can explore Europe and the Caribbean on board the fantastic Britannia, discover South-East Asia on board Arcadia and even sail down the Amazon with Oriana.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
Fred. Olsen Cruises Lines’ smaller ships aim to take you to ports that the bigger vessels cannot reach. This is highlighted by the fantastic Norwegian Fjords itineraries and the chance to sail down the Seine on an ocean ship. Also in 2017, you can go on a South America exploration on board Boudicca or travel Down Under to Australia and New Zealand with Black Watch.
Royal Caribbean Cruises
With 25 ships to choose from, Royal Caribbean can take you all over the world in 2017. Favourites such as Independence of the Seas and Navigator of the Seas will be sailing from Southampton, whilst the newest addition and largest cruise ship in the world, Harmony of the Seas, will be in the Caribbean all year round. Alternatively, you can choose to see the amazing sights of the Far East on board Ovation of the Seas or witness the breathtaking autumnal colours along Canada’s east coast with Vision of the Seas.
Disney Cruise Line
It's no surprise that the port visited most by the Disney Cruise Line ships is the company's own private resort at Castaway Cay. Along with the chance to relax on the beach, this exclusive stop offers Disney themed activities, some shopping opportunities and plenty of food and drink spots. As well as Castaway Cay, you can also visit the west coast of America, Canada and Mexico on board Disney Wonder or climb aboard Disney Magic as it sails into Europe from Dover, Barcelona and Copenhagen.
Cruise & Maritime Voyages
With departures from a wide range of UK ports, Cruise and Maritime Voyages offer some great options to people living near places such as Bristol, Cardiff, Liverpool, Hull and Rosyth. In 2017, their ships will be travelling all over the world. If you want to explore South-East Asia, you can do so on board Magellan, whilst the brand new Columbus will be setting sail to Central America, Scandinavia and around the UK.
Cunard’s Three Queens are arguably the most iconic ships in the cruise industry and they are set to take guests to some amazing destinations during 2017. To celebrate Queen Elizabeth 2’s 50th birthday, the current Queen Elizabeth will be sailing a special itinerary in her honour, whilst also visiting Iceland and South Africa during the year. Queen Victoria will be offering various Mediterranean cruises from different departure ports and Queen Mary 2 will continue to sail her traditional transatlantic crossings between Southampton and New York.
With six ships in the fleet, Oceania cruises can take you to a range of lesser known ports around the world. Although only seldom sailing from the UK, the cruise line offers the chance to explore South America on board Sirena and discover South Africa with Nautica in 2017.
Celebrity Cruises have 12 ships in their fleet, across three different classes. Whilst the Millennium and Solstice Class can take you throughout the Mediterranean, Caribbean and the Far East, the Xpedition Class vessels will enable you to explore the otherworldly landscapes of the Galápagos Islands.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line has six classes of ship, all of which can take you to some fantastic places during 2017. Whilst Pride of America will spend the whole year in Hawaii, Norwegian Jewel is sailing in Australia and New Zealand and Norwegian Sun is visiting the Americas. If you are looking for something from the UK, however, Norwegian Jade has selected itineraries from Southampton this year.
Regent Seven Seas
With the newest luxury ship amidst their ranks, Regent Seven Seas can take you all over the world in unrivalled style. Navigator spends 2017 exploring the Americas and Europe, whilst newly launched Explorer offers cruises around the UK. There are also departures to the Far East courtesy of Seven Seas Voyager.
Azamara Club Cruises
Azamara Club Cruises have two ships in their fleet and between them they have most of the world covered in 2017. Whilst Journey is sailing throughout Asia, the Middle East and Northern Europe, Quest will spend winter months in the Caribbean and explore Central Europe during the summer.
Once you have decided where you would like to go on your 2017 cruise and who you would like to sail with, contact our friendly team to make your booking.