British Isles and Ireland Cruise

aboard the Regal Princess
plus an overnight and tour in London

Tour Highlights

Signature storybook castles, historical treasures, sweeping landscapes, iconic cities and welcoming shores, the British Isles are steeped in lore. 
In Scotland, we will see the awesome rugged landscapes, lochs and small stone villages. In Ireland, we will admire the grand cliffs, tiny villages and the hills of 50 shades of green. We will also dock in some of the most charming ports in France and the Channel Islands. 

We will sail aboard theRegal Princess which features all the amenities of a Deluxe resort hotel, award-winning shore excursions and fascinating onboard programs that will bring the culture and colours of the British Isles to life.    

Dining on a Princess ship is a joyful celebration with every dish “designed for fresh’.  You will enjoy freshly prepared cuisine that celebrates the history of the British Isles. 

Entertainment is varied and endless - enjoy an after-dinner drink in one of the elegant lounges, a Broadway-style show, a first-run movie, dancing or the casino.

After our cruise, we will overnight at a hotel in central London, with dinner, breakfast and a panoramic city tour included.

Cruise Highlights:

  • Channel Islands
  • Lively Georgian Squares of Dublin
  • Victorian Belfast
  • Liverpool and the Beatles Story 
  • Inverary Castle, Glasgow
  • Scottish Highlands - legends and castles
  • Beaches of Normandy
  • City tour of London

* All shore excursions are optional and may be purchased in advance on Princess Cruises’ website or on board the ship.

Tentative Itinerary

We depart for London.
We arrive in London and transfer to Southampton where we board our ship. This evening is our first delicious dinner onboard.
The Channel Islands are exceptionally picturesque and they also have a fascinating history. We disembark at the historic fortress of St. Peters Port - a lovely town in which to stroll. You may want to visit The Little Chapel of Guernsey - a charming old church decorated with pebbles, seashells and broken china.
A day to relax, watch the passing seascape and enjoy the endless array of activities and entertainment onboard our ship.
A full day to explore the charms of Dublin, Ireland’s capital city. Walk around the beautiful 18th century Georgian Squares and houses, the 12th century St. Patrick's Cathedral and Leister House (the Irish parliament).
Not only is this fascinating old English city famous for the Beatles venues such as the Cavern Club, Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and The Beatles Story - a wonderful museum full of Beatles paraphernalia, but it also boasts Britain’s finest collection of Victorian mercantile architecture and monuments (the entire waterfront is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site). An optional tour will be offered to see the stunning countryside of North Wales.
Northern Ireland’s capital is a beautiful city of imposing Victorian architecture set within picturesque hills. See the grand City Hall, Opera House, the Stormont Parliament Buildings and beautiful parks. You may also want to go visit the Giant’s Causeway - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
There are many attractions to see in and around this great city, including the gothic Glasgow Cathedral, Inverary Castle and the cottage of the poet Robert Burns. An optional tour will be offered to the glorious highlands to see the mountains and heather.
A welcome day of rest following the past few days of sightseeing.
Welcome to the capital of the Scottish Highlands - gateway to Loch Ness. Here you will enjoy the history, beauty and the legends of the Highlands dating back to the 13th century. You may choose to go and see the ruins of the Dunrobin and Urquhart Castles, or go shopping for tartans and tweeds. Perhaps an optional tour to Loch Ness and the opportunity to look for Nessie. Have your camera ready in case you have a sighting!
There is so much to see in Scotland’s lovely capital. You will want to visit Edinburgh Castle which dominates the city, and climb to the top for wonderful views. History comes alive along Princes Street and the Royal Mile, and the parks and gardens provide a lovely setting in which to stroll.
A final day to relax or enjoy the activities on board our ship.
The beaches of Normandy are home to many World War Two landmarks. You will have an opportunity to visit them, or join an optional tour to Paris.
We disembark in the morning in Southampton and proceed to London where we enjoy a panoramic sightseeing tour. Highlights include Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, Big Ben, the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Canadian War Memorial and much more. Our tour finishes at our centrally located hotel where we will have some time at leisure before dinner.
We transfer to the airport for our flight back to Canada.

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