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28 nights from Dublin (Ireland) with Nautica

Northern Europe: Ireland, United Kingdom, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Denmark, Greenland, Canada, United States

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Cruise code NAU240814A
calendar_month 14/08/2024
from $19,234.73
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Cruise itinerary

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    Wednesday, 14 August 2024 - 09:00
    Dublin chevron_right
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    Thursday, 15 August 2024 07:00 - 04:00
    Waterford chevron_right
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    Friday, 16 August 2024 09:00 - 06:00
    Shannon chevron_right
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    Saturday, 17 August 2024 09:00 - 06:00
    Killybegs chevron_right
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    Sunday, 18 August 2024 08:00 - 10:00
    Belfast chevron_right
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    Monday, 19 August 2024 07:00 - 05:00
    Glasgow chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 20 August 2024 12:00 - 08:00
    Portree chevron_right
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    Wednesday, 21 August 2024 11:00 - 09:00
    Invergordon chevron_right
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    Thursday, 22 August 2024 07:00 - 06:00
    Aberdeen chevron_right
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    Friday, 23 August 2024 05:30 - 11:59
    Edinburgh chevron_right
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    Saturday, 24 August 2024 not found - not found
    Edinburgh chevron_right
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    Sunday, 25 August 2024 not found - 03:30
    Edinburgh chevron_right
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    Monday, 26 August 2024 08:00 - 05:00
    Kirkwall chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 27 August 2024 09:00 - 06:00
    Torshavn chevron_right
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    Thursday, 29 August 2024 08:00 - 06:00
    Akureyri chevron_right
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    Friday, 30 August 2024 07:00 - 05:00
    Isafjordur chevron_right
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    Saturday, 31 August 2024 07:00 - 06:00
    Reykjavik chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 3 September 2024 08:00 - 06:00
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    Wednesday, 4 September 2024 08:00 - 06:00
    Nuuk chevron_right
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    Saturday, 7 September 2024 08:00 - 05:00
    Corner Brook chevron_right
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    Monday, 9 September 2024 12:00 - 08:00
    Saint John's chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 10 September 2024 02:00 - not found
    Boston chevron_right
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    Wednesday, 11 September 2024 not found 05:00
    Boston chevron_right
Dublin

Dublin

Dublin has a powerful aura and if it captures you, you will always be left wanting more. This is a great thing for a small capital.

Today, Dublin has one of the youngest populations in Europe, who frequent funky bars, sophisticated restaurants and the renovated city streets. However, in the contemporary urban landscape of Dublin it is still possible to find traditional pubs, nostalgic museums and even horse-drawn carts to take you down cobblestone streets.

Meanwhile, a myriad of historic attractions and museums, including Trinity College, Ireland's oldest university, and the Guinness Storehouse, make you feel like you are reliving history of this wonderful city.

Waterford

Waterford

Shannon

Shannon

Killybegs

Killybegs

Belfast

Belfast

Discover Belfast: A Historic Gem in the United Kingdom

Belfast, located in Northern Ireland, is a city with a rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning landscapes that offer visitors a unique blend of tradition and modernity. Founded in the 17th century, Belfast has transformed into a dynamic urban center known for its warm hospitality, historic landmarks, and thriving arts scene.

Moderate Climate of Belfast

Belfast experiences a temperate maritime climate with mild summers and cool winters influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. Summer months are ideal for exploring outdoor attractions like Botanic Gardens or taking a leisurely stroll along the River Lagan. Winter brings opportunities to visit cozy pubs, enjoy cultural events, and explore indoor attractions such as museums and galleries.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Belfast

Explore Belfast's top attractions, including the iconic Titanic Belfast museum commemorating the city's maritime heritage, the historic Crumlin Road Gaol offering insights into Northern Ireland's past, and the vibrant St. George's Market for local crafts and food. Visit the Ulster Museum for art and history exhibits, hike Cave Hill for panoramic views, or take a Black Taxi tour to learn about Belfast's political history.

Local Cuisine: Flavors of Northern Ireland

Indulge in Belfast's culinary delights with traditional dishes like Irish stew, soda bread, Ulster fry (a hearty breakfast), and fresh seafood from the nearby coast. Sample local specialties such as champ (mashed potatoes with scallions), dulse (seaweed snack), and potato bread. Explore the city's gastropubs for modern twists on classic recipes and enjoy a pint of Guinness or local craft beer.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Belfast

Enhance your Belfast experience by booking a cruise departing from this historic port city. Choose from cruise options exploring the rugged coastlines of Ireland, visiting picturesque ports along the British Isles, or sailing to destinations like Scotland or Iceland. A cruise from Belfast promises scenic views of coastal cliffs, cultural experiences in charming towns, and memorable adventures on the high seas.

Glasgow

Glasgow

Portree

Portree

Invergordon

Invergordon

Aberdeen

Aberdeen

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a fantastic stop with a wide variety of things to do and see. Excursions include castles, distilleries, national parks and excellent restaurants.

Edinburgh (Gaelic: Dùn Èideann;) is the capital of Scotland, located in the central region of the country. It manages to combine ancient and modern in a uniquely Scottish atmosphere. Inspired by the imposing castle, the symbol of the city, Edinburgh combines medieval relics, Georgian splendour and a powerful layer of modernity with avant-garde contemporary art.

In Edinburgh, medieval buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with the best of modern architecture; Gothic churches with fantastic museums and galleries. Scotland's exciting nightlife in Edinburgh, 'the Athens of the North', is also a feast for the mind and the senses.

 

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a fantastic stop with a wide variety of things to do and see. Excursions include castles, distilleries, national parks and excellent restaurants.

Edinburgh (Gaelic: Dùn Èideann;) is the capital of Scotland, located in the central region of the country. It manages to combine ancient and modern in a uniquely Scottish atmosphere. Inspired by the imposing castle, the symbol of the city, Edinburgh combines medieval relics, Georgian splendour and a powerful layer of modernity with avant-garde contemporary art.

In Edinburgh, medieval buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with the best of modern architecture; Gothic churches with fantastic museums and galleries. Scotland's exciting nightlife in Edinburgh, 'the Athens of the North', is also a feast for the mind and the senses.

 

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a fantastic stop with a wide variety of things to do and see. Excursions include castles, distilleries, national parks and excellent restaurants.

Edinburgh (Gaelic: Dùn Èideann;) is the capital of Scotland, located in the central region of the country. It manages to combine ancient and modern in a uniquely Scottish atmosphere. Inspired by the imposing castle, the symbol of the city, Edinburgh combines medieval relics, Georgian splendour and a powerful layer of modernity with avant-garde contemporary art.

In Edinburgh, medieval buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with the best of modern architecture; Gothic churches with fantastic museums and galleries. Scotland's exciting nightlife in Edinburgh, 'the Athens of the North', is also a feast for the mind and the senses.

 

Kirkwall

Kirkwall

Torshavn

Torshavn

Akureyri

Akureyri

Isafjordur

Isafjordur

Reykjavik

Reykjavik

Paamiut

Paamiut

Nuuk

Nuuk

Corner Brook

Corner Brook

Saint John's

Saint John's

Boston

Boston

The Historic Heart of Boston

Boston, one of the United States' oldest cities, is a treasure trove of American history. Founded in 1630, it played a pivotal role in the American Revolution, evident in landmarks like the Freedom Trail—a 2.5-mile journey through historic sites that tell the story of the nation's founding. From the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the iconic grounds of Harvard University, Boston's rich past is intertwined with the American spirit of freedom and innovation, making it a must-visit for history enthusiasts.

Experiencing Boston's Distinctive Climate

Boston's climate offers a distinct experience of all four seasons. Spring blossoms in the Public Garden are a sight to behold, while summer brings warm, pleasant weather, perfect for exploring the city's waterfront and outdoor attractions. Fall in Boston is famously beautiful, with vibrant foliage transforming the city into a palette of fiery hues. Winters are cold and snowy, offering a picturesque, if brisk, landscape. This variety allows visitors to enjoy a different facet of Boston's charm, no matter when they visit.

Must-Visit Attractions in Boston

Boston's attractions are as diverse as its history is long. The Boston Common and Public Garden provide serene green spaces in the heart of the city. The Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum cater to art lovers, while Fenway Park offers a pilgrimage site for baseball fans. The historic North End neighborhood, with its winding streets and authentic Italian cuisine, showcases Boston's cultural diversity. These attractions make the city a fascinating destination for travelers and cruisers seeking a rich, immersive experience.

A Taste of Boston's Culinary Scene

Boston's culinary scene is a blend of traditional New England fare and contemporary cuisine. Seafood lovers can indulge in fresh lobster, clam chowder, and oysters, reflecting the city's coastal heritage. The North End, known as Boston's Little Italy, offers authentic Italian dishes, while innovative chefs throughout the city push the boundaries of culinary arts. From food trucks to fine dining, Boston's food landscape is a testament to its cultural melting pot.

Embarking on a Cruise from Boston

For those eager to explore the seas, Boston's port is a gateway to a variety of cruise destinations, including the picturesque New England coast, the rugged beauty of Atlantic Canada, and the historic cities of Europe. Embarking on a cruise from Boston not only offers a convenient starting point but also the chance to extend your stay in this historic city, blending the experience of America's rich history with the adventure of the open sea. With its combination of historic sites, cultural attractions, and culinary delights, Boston is an ideal embarkation point for a memorable cruise journey.

Boston

Boston

The Historic Heart of Boston

Boston, one of the United States' oldest cities, is a treasure trove of American history. Founded in 1630, it played a pivotal role in the American Revolution, evident in landmarks like the Freedom Trail—a 2.5-mile journey through historic sites that tell the story of the nation's founding. From the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the iconic grounds of Harvard University, Boston's rich past is intertwined with the American spirit of freedom and innovation, making it a must-visit for history enthusiasts.

Experiencing Boston's Distinctive Climate

Boston's climate offers a distinct experience of all four seasons. Spring blossoms in the Public Garden are a sight to behold, while summer brings warm, pleasant weather, perfect for exploring the city's waterfront and outdoor attractions. Fall in Boston is famously beautiful, with vibrant foliage transforming the city into a palette of fiery hues. Winters are cold and snowy, offering a picturesque, if brisk, landscape. This variety allows visitors to enjoy a different facet of Boston's charm, no matter when they visit.

Must-Visit Attractions in Boston

Boston's attractions are as diverse as its history is long. The Boston Common and Public Garden provide serene green spaces in the heart of the city. The Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum cater to art lovers, while Fenway Park offers a pilgrimage site for baseball fans. The historic North End neighborhood, with its winding streets and authentic Italian cuisine, showcases Boston's cultural diversity. These attractions make the city a fascinating destination for travelers and cruisers seeking a rich, immersive experience.

A Taste of Boston's Culinary Scene

Boston's culinary scene is a blend of traditional New England fare and contemporary cuisine. Seafood lovers can indulge in fresh lobster, clam chowder, and oysters, reflecting the city's coastal heritage. The North End, known as Boston's Little Italy, offers authentic Italian dishes, while innovative chefs throughout the city push the boundaries of culinary arts. From food trucks to fine dining, Boston's food landscape is a testament to its cultural melting pot.

Embarking on a Cruise from Boston

For those eager to explore the seas, Boston's port is a gateway to a variety of cruise destinations, including the picturesque New England coast, the rugged beauty of Atlantic Canada, and the historic cities of Europe. Embarking on a cruise from Boston not only offers a convenient starting point but also the chance to extend your stay in this historic city, blending the experience of America's rich history with the adventure of the open sea. With its combination of historic sites, cultural attractions, and culinary delights, Boston is an ideal embarkation point for a memorable cruise journey.