Crystal Cruises to Explore Ireland, Scotland, England, and More

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Crystal Cruises will sail to and from Dublin, Ireland for two Northern Europe cruises exploring the British Isles this summer.

The new, seven-day itineraries sail between Dublin and London aboard Crystal Serenity, exploring the rolling green countryside; medieval monuments, castles and bustling pubs of Ireland and Scotland; Englands tremendous maritime history; and even the areas Viking heritage.

Travelers wanting more than seven days of luxury through the area can combine the two cruises for a 14-day voyage, conveniently roundtrip from London.

Castles & Kilts: 19 August 2013, London to Dublin

Travelers can immerse themselves in Great Britain and Northern Europes vast Viking and maritime heritage, with visits to:

Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Edinburgh, Scotland (ship overnights there)
The prominent maritime hub of Stavanger, Norway
The former Viking kingdom of Douglas, Isle of Man

Lord Andrew Mawson will also be aboard as a World Affairs expert.

Emerald Isles Escape: 26 August 2013, Dublin to London

This port-intensive itinerary with zero sea days presents a wealth of opportunity to delve into the varied cultures within the British Isles, with visits to:

Belfast, Northern Ireland
Holyhead, Wales
Liverpool, England
Cork, Ireland
Portland, England
Guernsey/St. Peter Port, Channel Islands

A golf theme, hosted by golf legend Billy Casper, also takes guests to some of the UKs most picturesque and legendary grounds to play.

Were excited to offer fascinating Dublin as a destination for Crystal guests to start or end their vacation, said Jack Anderson, senior vice president, marketing and sales. As a gateway to the Emerald Isles, the city makes pre and post-cruise travel convenient, whether one is returning home or venturing further into the region. Its also a great turnaround port for guests who may want to combine these voyages back-to-back, for a longer British Isles vacation that doesnt repeat ports.

Crystal Cruises, Dublin, Ireland, London

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