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A cruise around the British Isles is possibly the ultimate way to see the major cities of Britain and Ireland and allows you to visit all of those places you just didn't have the time to see. Step aboard and you'll see so many fascinating ports from the White Cliffs of Dover to the Orkney Islands in supreme comfort and style.

Fred.\ can tailor-make your British Isles cruise departing from Southampton. Southampton has great rail and motorway links and is within easy reach of Southampton airport, Gatwick and Heathrow. There is ample onsite parking for your use while you are away and plenty of drop off points for cars, taxis and coaches.

If you want to go a little further afield than Britain, then we also have plenty of Northern Europe cruises for you to take a look at. These offer itineraries in Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, France and many other well known destinations.

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Exploring the Lochs of Scotland

11 Jul 2020 for 7 nights on board Black Watch

Price From £699 pp

Ports of call: Liverpool - Ullapool - Cruising Loch Broom, UK - Kirkwall - Invergordon - Portree - Cruising Loch Torridon - Cruising Loch Shieldaig - Cruising Fingal's Cave - Sound of Mull - Duart Castle - Liverpool

Scottish Isles with a Taste of Norway

14 Jul 2020 for 9 nights on board Balmoral

Price From £799 pp

Ports of call: Rosyth - Lerwick - Kirkwall - Portree - Tobermory - Stavanger - Rosyth

One-Night Cruise

23 Jul 2020 for 1 nights on board Balmoral

Price From £99 pp

Ports of call: Rosyth - Newcastle Upon Tyne

Soak up the unmistakable Scottish Highlands, shrouded in myth and folklore. Explore the picturesque fishing villages of Fife from the port of Rosyth, the scenic bay of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull and amidst conical hills and verdant glens, seek out Loch Ness and scan its glassy surface for the legendary 'monster' at Invergordon.

Of the 100 islands which make up the Shetland Islands, only 15 of them are inhabited. Lerwick is its largest settlement. This windswept, sea-lashed archipelago is a lush green haven for birds. And it also offers some of Scotland's most stunning archaeological remains.

Belfast, Capital of Northern Ireland, has much to offer, from it grand building to the mythical Giant’s Causeway. Dublin, Ireland, is a city which has experienced somewhat of a renaissance to become one of Europe’s premier travel destinations with a gracious and cosmopolitan city. Cork is Ireland's second largest city. Visit Cork's most famous attraction, the legendary Blarney Stone, or on of over 100 heritage and cultural sites of significance covering over 600 miles of spectacular coastline.

Call in at the Isles of Scilly and enjoy the many ancient monuments waiting to be discovered or head to one of the islands beauty spots.

The British isle of Guernsey, the second largest of the Channel Islands, offers the visitor a mild climate, breathtaking scenery and a peaceful, unspoiled ambience. Between the wide, sandy beaches to the north and the rocky cliffs in the south are wooded valleys, marshland and winding country lanes. Guernsey enjoys nearly 2,000 hours of sunshine annually, making it one of the sunniest places in the British Isles.

The Faroes Islands offer fresh air, deep blue ocean views, amazing vertical sea cliffs and green mountains with picturesque valleys. The breathtaking natural beauty will amaze and inspire.

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