2018 EX-UK No Fly Cruises from Newcastle
Newcastle’s Port of Tyne International Cruise Terminal offers passengers from the North of England a great alternative to sailing from the Southern UK ports of Dover, Harwich & Southampton as you could save almost a day’s sailing when cruising to the Baltic, Norwegian Fjords & Scandinavia.
There are around 50 cruise calls a year to the port with over 48,000 cruise passengers travelling through the International Passenger Terminal in 2015.
Alongside port-of-call cruise calls from all the major lines there are growing number of cruise lines who offer turnaround cruises.
Which cruise lines sail round trip from Newcastle?
Currently three cruise lines offer round trip cruises from Newcastle: Cruise & Maritime Voyages, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines and Thomson Cruises. DFDS Seaways also offer mini-cruise breaks. Click logos to view more!
Where do cruises go to from Newcastle?
Many of the cruises from Newcastle (Port of Tyne) take advantage of its position to offer sailings to the Baltic Region, Norway’s North Cape and the fabulous Norwegian fjords.
Some cruise departures are also available occasionally to Iceland, the Iberian Coast and the Mediterranean.
Hassle free no-fly cruises!
Cruising from a UK port could not be easier because it removes the ‘hassle factor’ of possible flight delays, strikes, volcanic ash disruptions, lengthy check-in, restrictions on hand luggage and the lugging of baggage through busy airports.
Which dates do cruises sail from Newcastle?
Cruises from Newcastle will operate between the months of April and October in 2018.