11
Nights
22 Apr
2019

British Isles Discovery

Cruise & Maritime Voyages Marco Polo

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Day 1 - Mon 22 Apr 2019
Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the Port of Cardiff was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 11 km (6.8 mi) and was once the main port for the export... Read More

Cruise Details

What's included:

  • Shipboard accommodations
  • Ocean transportation
  • Most meals
  • Some beverages
  • Most entertainment aboard the vessel

What's not included:

  • Shore excursions
  • Specialty restaurant fees
  • Some beverages
  • Photographs
  • Gratuities/service fees
  • Medical services
  • Spa treatments

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Itinerary

Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1
22 Apr 2019
    Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the Port of Cardiff was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 11 km (6.8 mi) and was once the main port for the export of South Wales coal.
2
23 Apr 2019
  12:00am St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom
Take a shore excursion to Tresco Gardens, situated on the island of Tresco. Or you can stay on St Mary's and enjoy the many ancient monuments waiting to be discovered or head to one of the islands beauty spots, Carreg Dhu Community Garden. To discover the rich history of the Scilly Isles, make your way to the small museum in Hugh Town and the Heritage centre in the middle of the island.
3
24 Apr 2019
  12:00am Honfleur, France
With its narrow cobbled streets and colourful window boxes of tumbling flowers, the picture-postcard Honfleur cruise port has been enchanting visitors for centuries. Artists, writers and musicians have all fallen under the spell of this medieval maritime town, taking inspiration from its pretty harbour bordered by narrow granite houses.
4
25 Apr 2019
At Sea
5
26 Apr 2019
  12:00am Invergordon, United Kingdom
Soak up the unmistakable Scottish Highlands, shrouded in myth and folklore. Amidst conical hills and verdant glens, seek out Loch Ness and scan its glassy surface for the legendary 'monster'. Visit Culloden Moor where Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated, Cawdor Castle - forever linked with Macbeth - and regional whisky distilleries bearing their own famous names.
6
27 Apr 2019
  12:00am Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, United Kingdom
The 70 or so Orkney Islands lie at the north west tip of Scotland, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the North Sea. Kirkwall, the capital of the archipelago, is a Viking town founded in 1035 by Earl Rognvald Brusason. You'll find that the original ancient Norse town has been beautifully preserved and provides an intriguing place to while away your time.
7
28 Apr 2019
  12:00am Lerwick, Shetland Islands, United Kingdom
The Shetland Islands have a rich Viking heritage with a distinct dialect and culture from mainland Scotland. This windswept, sea-lashed archipelago is a lush green haven for birds. And it also offers some of Scotland's most stunning archaeological remains. Of the 100 islands, only 15 of them are inhabited. Lerwick is its largest settlement.
8
29 Apr 2019
At Sea
9
30 Apr 2019
  12:00am Tobermory, Isle of Mull, United Kingdom
Picturesque Tobermory presents a truly delightful frontage of colourful hotels, shops and houses which wrap around the scenic bay. Perhaps visit the tiny Isle of Iona, the cradle of Scottish Christianity.
10
01 May 2019
  12:00am Belfast, United Kingdom
Capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast was a big industrial city in the 19th century, famous for its linens and shipyards city of great pride that was transformed by the Industrial Revolution. Belfast curls around the west bank of the River Lagan. Tour its grand public buildings or travel to the mythical Giant's Causeway.
11
02 May 2019
  12:00am Cobh, Ireland
Despite its small town hospitality, Cork is Ireland's second largest city and your gateway to romantic Ireland. Rich farmlands and river valleys define the countryside. And although Cork's most famous attraction is the legendary Blarney Stone, there are over 100 heritage and cultural sites of significance covering over 600 miles of spectacular coastline.
12
03 May 2019
  12:00am Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the Port of Cardiff was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 11 km (6.8 mi) and was once the main port for the export of South Wales coal.