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British Isles & Ireland Cruising

Have you ever wanted to see more of Britain? Well you can see some unbelievable sights from around the UK and Ireland in just one holiday. A cruise around the British Isles will remind you just how beautiful the scenery is and how lucky we are to live here.

From the Edinburgh Castle and Cobh's St Colman’s Cathedral to White Cliffs of Dover, you can enjoy exciting towns, peaceful green countryside, manor houses and coastal walks. Sometimes cruisers are also lucky enough to call in at French ports.

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Bergen   Bristol Avo  
Cardiff   Copenhagen  
Dover   Dublin  
Edinburgh   Fairlie  
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Invergordon   Inverness  
Le Havre   Lisbon  
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Portsmouth   Reykjavik  
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