Silversea Luxury Cruises To BELFAST

BELFAST

Reborn as a cool, modern city, Belfast has successfully left its troubles behind, emerging as a hotbed of culture and architecture, where the comfort of a cosy pub is never far away. Take a voyage of discovery in its maritime quarter, home to a celebrated museum dedicated to the most famous ship ever built, which was constructed right here in the city’s shipyards. A walk across the Lagan Weir Footbridge brings you to Belfast’s fascinating Titanic District – an area of the city devoted to its rich ship-building heritage. View more

The state-of-the-art Titanic Museum brings the story of the doomed vessel to life, and is the largest museum dedicated to the infamously ‘unsinkable’ ship. Wind up a nautical-themed ramble along the Maritime Mile with a visit to SS Nomadic, the smaller cousin of the Titanic, and a ship which serves as a fascinating time capsule back to the pomp and grandeur of the Titanic, while also telling its own stories of service in both World Wars. There’s just enough time to give the 10-metre long Salmon of Knowledge sculpture a quick peck for luck, before continuing to explore. A stark barbed wire and graffitied sheet metal barrier marks an abrupt scar through the city’s residential areas. The Peace Line was constructed during the height of the Troubles, when Belfast was plagued by sectarian divisions between Protestants and Catholics. Nowadays, you can jump in a black taxi tour to see the colourful murals and living history of the walls, which stand as a stark reminder of the fragility of peace. After exploring the city’s historic divisions, a reminder of Belfast’s uniting creativity can be found at the Metropolitan Arts Centre – a seven-storey tall building, which invites light to gloriously cascade inside. The Cathedral Quarter is a cobbled blend of flower-adorned pubs, restaurants and theatres, and venues where music spills out onto the streets at night, and many a pint is cheerily shared.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.

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ROME (Civitavecchia) To AMSTERDAM
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    May 06 2020
  • Duration
    19 Days
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    Silver Whisper
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LONDON (Tower Bridge) To LONDON (Tower Bridge)
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    May 13 2020
  • Duration
    12 Days
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    Silver Wind
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DUBLIN To AMSTERDAM
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    May 15 2020
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    10 Days
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    Silver Whisper
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AMSTERDAM To DUBLIN
  • Departure
    May 25 2020
  • Duration
    7 Days
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AMSTERDAM To LONDON (Greenwich)
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    May 25 2020
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LONDON (Greenwich) To LISBON
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    Jul 03 2020
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    24 Days
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LONDON (Greenwich) To LONDON (Greenwich)
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    Jul 03 2020
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SOUTHAMPTON To REYKJAVIK
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    Jun 20 2021
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SOUTHAMPTON To SOUTHAMPTON
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    Sep 03 2021
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    Silver Spirit
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Excursions in BELFAST

A Sparkling Afternoon Tea in Belfast City

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Panoramic Drive through Belfast City

Enjoy a panoramic drive through Belfast city. Your motor coach takes you along the city's major thoroughfares and past many of Belfast's imposing buildings, many exuberant Victorian and Edwardian buildings, featuring elaborate sculptures over doors and windows. Stone-carved heads of gods, poets, scientists, kings and queens peer down from the high ledges of banks and old linen warehouses.

However, two of the city's most impressive structures are not buildings at all, but are the giant cranes of the Harland and Wolff Shipyards. Affectionately known as Samson and Goliath, the German-built cranes dominate the skyline. As you contemplate the cranes' incredible size, you may also remember the tragic sinking of the Titanic, since it was in these shipyards that the ill-fated ship was built. The sad story of Titanic confronts visitors once again, as on the grounds of City Hall stands a poignant memorial. Stop here for a photo.

Continue your tour through the city passing the famous Queens University. Queens University was established in 1845 by Queen Victoria as one of the three Colleges of Ireland.

Your next visit will be a look at the political wall murals located on the Protestant Shankill Road and the Catholic Falls Road, reminders of Belfast's turbulent history.

Grand Central Hotel, Afternoon Tea in the Observatory

Travel on to The Grand Central Hotel and head up to the top floor of the hotel to The Observatory. The Grand Central's jewel and the most spectacular and luxurious of liquor lounges. Take a seat and marvel over never-before-seen views of Belfast and beyond. From pavement to panorama, this is the tallest bar in all of Ireland and it makes for a phenomenally dreamy destination. Take in the view and enjoy a delicious Sparkling Afternoon Tea

All too soon your tour has come to an end, with 30-minutes-drive back to your awaiting ship.

A Visit to the HMS Caroline

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Belfast has a long and often turbulent history. This tour of the capital city of Northern Ireland takes you through the landmarks that have played their part in the city's colourful development, from its great industrial triumphs to the civil unrest, which has often tarnished Belfast's image; it will reflect the drive, determination and pride that Belfast undoubtedly has in its wealth of skill and talent. The two German-built giant cranes of Harland and Wolff shipyard, affectionately known as Samson and Goliath, dominate the Belfast skyline.

Panoramic Drive, Belfast City Hall,

During your panoramic drive, enjoy commentary on such sights as the Grand Opera House and the Albert Clock before passing Queen's University and the Botanic Gardens.

You will drive past Belfast City Hall, an impressive building with a 300ft (92m) long façade of Portland stone, which dominates Donegall Square. A stop here will allow you to photograph what is perhaps the most noteworthy of the statues in the grounds, Brock's marble figure of 'Thane' on a granite pedestal commemorating the sinking in 1912 of the R.M.S. Titanic, the ill-fated Belfast built liner.

HMS Caroline visit

Your next stop is to HMS Caroline, a floating museum with a fascinating story to tell. Embark on a journey across one hundred years of maritime history and discover one of Belfast's hidden gems.

A finalist of the Art Fund's Museum of the Year 2019 awards, HMS Caroline is Belfast's newest five-star rated visitor attraction and the sole survivor from history's greatest sea battle - The battle of Jutland, 1916! Immerse yourself in life at sea over 100 years ago as you explore this historic vessel. Discover the Captain's and Officers' Cabins, Mess Decks and Sick Bay - all brought to life with the stories of the men and boys who lived on board.

Crack codes, send secret messages and evade enemy attacks on our state of the art interactive exhibits. Then venture down into the depths where you can hear the rumbling of the ship's original engines.

You can also learn about the ship's impact on Belfast, her home for almost 100 years. So it is time to immerse yourself on board HMS Caroline, one of the last remaining ships from the First World War with a self-guided tour with audio guides

All too soon your tour has come to an end, enjoy a relaxing drive of approx 15 minutes back to your awaiting cruise ship.

Amazing Antrim - Giant’s Causeway

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The spectacular Antrim Coast and Giant's Causeway are the jewels in Northern Ireland's crown. From the rugged cliffs of the coast to the magical beauty of the Glens, here is the best of what Northern Ireland has to offer. Visit the Giants' Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where for centuries visitors have been intrigued by its mystery and majesty.

In your cooled coach, leave Belfast behind, and head north through quaint villages and verdant countryside. Travel to the Port town of Larne and where you will join the spectacular Antrim Coast road. Continue onwards through the picturesque villages of Ballygalley and Glenarm to Cushendall, known as the "Capital of the Glens". En route, a stop is made for tea or coffee and light snack at Londonderry Arms.

Giant's Causeway

Onwards along the scenic coast road where a stop will be made at the viewing point overlooking Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge, spanning a chasm some eighty feet deep, its construction once consisted of a single rope handrail and widely spaced slats, which the fishermen would traverse across to catch salmon off the island.

Continue onto the Giant's Causeway's 40,000 stone uniform columns, formed millions of years ago with the cooling of molten lava. Exploring the cobblestone-like paths, it is easy to see why the Giant's Causeway is a World Heritage Site, a National Site and a National Nature Reserve. After leaving the Giant's Causeway board the coach for a short transfer to a local establishment where you will enjoy a delicious lunch.

Dunluce Castle

After lunch, travel to the ruins of Dunluce Castle for a photo stop. Dating to the 13th century, the castle has long since lost its roof however, its two large drum towers and many of the walls remain intact. The Castle's windswept location on the Craggy Coast makes it a truly awe-inspiring vantage point.

After enjoying this beautiful sight return to Belfast Port on the motorway running through the scenic inland countryside.

An Afternoon at Hillsborough Castle Tour

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Panoramic drive to Hillsborough Village

From your motor coach, admire the many exuberant Victorian and Edwardian buildings, featuring elaborate sculptures over doors and windows. Stone-carved heads of gods, poets, scientists, kings and queens peer down from the high ledges of banks and old linen warehouses.

Venturing outside the city to the picturesque village of Hillsborough, you will see why the charming town has won numerous awards in the "Ulster in Bloom" competition. Enjoy the floral displays and colourful facades of Ulster's prettiest village.

Hillsborough Castle, Guided Tour,Afternoon Tea in the Ballinderry Room

At Hillsborough Castle, delight in discovering the residence of the British Royal Family and visiting dignitaries. President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair met at Hillsborough Castle on April 7, 2003, to discuss world affairs.

Upon arrival at Hillsborough you will have the opportunity to enjoy a guided tour of the late 18th century castle which will acquaint you with the tales of the Hill family who held the title of Marquis of Downshire, and the Governors. Hear about the castle's role in more recent Northern Ireland history, and view many interesting pieces of furniture and works of art.

Following your tour it is time to sit and relax over a delightful afternoon tea.

Enjoy the delicious treats and sip on a refreshing cup of tea or coffee. This decadent afternoon will take place in the Ballinderry Room, a small private dining room used by members of the Royal Family and other VIPs. The Ballinderry Room is on the Royal corridor which, as the name suggests, is the private space used by members of the Royal Family when they reside here.

The Ballinderry is used as a private breakfast and small dining room, again by members of the Royal Family and sometimes by the Secretary of State and government ministers. The silver service and serving utensils are those used by the Family when residing here, making this a very special experience.

Afterwards, walk independently through gardens or town before rejoining your motor coach and guide for the 30-minutes drive.

Belfast Black Taxi Tour

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You will be taken on a tour by a local Black Taxi. These drivers are a gold mine of historical and anecdotal information related to history of Northern Ireland and will give you a personalized tour that will both inform and entertain. Belfast is a city best explored with those who have lived through its ups and downs and can share with you its wonderful secrets. Your excellent and informative driver takes you deep into the underbelly of the streets of Belfast with an exciting ride in the world famous Black Taxi.

Stormont Parliament Buildings

The Stormont Parliament Buildings are home to the newly formed Northern Ireland Assembly. The Assembly is the prime source of authority for all devolved responsibilities and has full legislative and executive authority. A brief stop at the gates of this historic edifice will be provide a photo opportunity.

McHugh's Pub

After visiting Stormont, proceed to the city centre where you get to visit McHugh's Pub for an Irish Coffee. Built more than 300 years ago, this traditional Irish pub is housed in one of the oldest remaining buildings in Belfast. Here, guests will enjoy a classic Irish coffee whilst taking in the rustic atmosphere.

Following this stop, you will return to the ship.

Belfast City Highlights

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Discover the splendid architecture, landmarks and storied history of Belfast during this picturesque orientation excursion through the city.


Belfast City Centre, Grand Opera House and Landmarks

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately 15-minute drive to Belfast's City Centre, the central business district. Upon arrival, begin your narrated drive through the city, with photo stops along the way. Pass by the Grand Opera House, and Victorian and Edwardian buildings with elaborate sculptures over doors and windows, along with stone-carved heads of gods, poets, scientists, kings, and queens peering down from the high ledges of banks and old linen warehouses.


Botanic Gardens, Shankill Road, Falls Roads and Murals

From here, pass by Queen's University before stopping for a self-guided stroll through the Botanic Gardens. Located in these gardens is the Palm House, a superb structure of cast iron and curved glass panels built even before Kew Gardens opened in London in 1839. Leaving the Botanic Gardens, re-board your coach and drive to Shankill Road, an authentic working-class community, and the Falls Roads area, where murals on almost every gable wall tell the story of its violent past and hope for the future.


Cave Hill, Belfast Castle and Lough, Mac Art's Fort and Stormont

Your tour continues with a drive to Cave Hill for panoramic views overlooking Belfast Castle, one of the most celebrated landmarks of the city. The castle's presence is ingrained into Belfast's social history and culture. On its lower slopes, Belfast Castle boasts beautiful gardens and an adjoining country park. Don't miss the splendid views of Belfast Lough, and the city below you. Mac Art's Fort, a rock where united Irishmen planned the rebellion of 1795, overlooks the castle. After your photo stop at Cave Hill, re-board your coach and travel outside the city where a photo stop is made at Stormont, Northern Ireland's Parliament Building, which boasts Portland stone and Mourne granite. Your journey will then take you back to the port.


Your journey will then take you back to the port.


Belfast City and Hillsborough Castle

Discover a pair of Northern Ireland's most beautiful and historic government buildings during this splendid, half-day excursion including a visit to Hillsborough Castle and photo stop at Stormont.


Hillsborough Village

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately 30 minutes drive to the picturesque town of Hillsborough, Ulster's prettiest village. Upon arrival, see why this charming town has won numerous awards in the 'Ulster in Bloom' competition whilst marvelling at the floral displays and colourful facades.


Hillsborough Castle and Gardens

Your first stop is at Hillsborough Castle, residence of the British Royal Family and visiting dignitaries. President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair met here on April 7, 2003, to discuss world affairs. During a guided visit to the late-18th century castle, learn about its many past occupants, including the Hill family, who held the title of Marquis of Downshire, and the Governours. Learn about the castle's role in more recent Northern Ireland history, and view many interesting pieces of furniture and works of art. Following your tour, some free time is made available to stroll through the magnificent gardens or explore the beautiful village of Hillsborough.


Stormont

Next, re-board your coach for the return drive to Belfast. En route, proceed for a photo stop at nearby Stormont, seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly. A symbol of progress to Northern Ireland's troubled past, the power sharing executive with responsibility for northern affairs rule from this impressive building, which boasts Portland stone and Mourne granite.

Once in Belfast City, from your motor coach, admire the many exuberant Victorian and Edwardian buildings, featuring elaborate sculptures over doors and windows. Stone-carved heads of gods, poets, scientists, kings and queens peer down from the high ledges of banks and old linen warehouses.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking and standing, at times over uneven surfaces, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach and at Hillsborough Castle. Walking at Hillsborough Village is at the discretion of each guest. It is suitable for guests who utilise a wheelchair who can embark and disembark the via the coach steps.This tour is suitable for guests with limited mobility. Comfortable, layered clothing, a waterproof jacket or coat, flat, closed-toe walking shoes are recommended. Due to the local climate, most of the coaches are air-cooled. The tour sequence may vary. Hillsborough Castle may close to visitors at short notice if required for state visit or Governmental use.

Belfast Treasures and Titanic

Visit the great historical sights of Belfast. Beautiful Victorian Belfast is your destination today and your first stop is Titanic Belfast, a world class attraction dedicated to this marvelous ship. It is located right in the very Shipyard where Titanic was built. A panoramic drive through the city will introduce you to Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland.


Titanic Belfast

Depart port by motor coach and drive towards The Titanic Quarter of Belfast. Opened in March 2012, the Titanic Belfast, commemorates 100 years since the construction of the Titanic which was built in Belfast. On this self-guided tour of the Titanic Museum's nine interactive galleries which, with the use state-of the-art technology and design, tell the Titanic's story from conception to launch in Belfast. Learn about the thriving boom-town that Belfast was at the turn of the century. View a dramatic presentation of the shipyards and the Titanic under construction and be drawn into the stories of the passengers, the crew and the heroes of the day.


Depart Titanic Belfast and drive towards Belfast City Centre. In the motor coach you will pass along the city's major thoroughfares and past many of Belfast's imposing buildings.


Belfast Panoramic Tour

Enjoy a narrated city tour of Belfast City. Aboard your motor coach, take a look at a city of industry and elegance. Passing landmarks such as the Grand Opera House, the Albert Memorial Clock, Queen's University and the Botanical Gardens, guests will see Belfast's culture and history first-hand whilst also enjoying commentary from the local guide.


The tour concludes at the Belfast port where you will re-board the ship.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking 1.8 mile inside the museum (3 kilometres). While appropriate for those with limited mobility, and guests who utilise a wheelchairs, guests must be able to negotiate the steps getting on and off the coach. Lightweight, comfortable clothing, a light sweater or jacket, flat, closed-toe walking shoes are recommended. Due to the local climate, most of the coaches are air-cooled. The tour sequence may vary.

Irish Cultural Evening

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Explore the history, and culture of Belfast during this entertaining, evening excursion.


Irish Cultural Show with Stories, Singing and Dancing

Depart the pier for the short drive to Belfast City and a local venue for refreshments accompanied by a lively and entertaining cultural show. Journey in your mind's eye through the hidden backstreets and lost lanes of Belfast as world champion Irish dancers and musicians perform for your viewing pleasure, and invite you to try your hand at sean-nós and céilí dancing to the local melodies and street songs of old. With dancing, stories, songs and music played with the harp, uilleann pipes, bodhrán, guitar, flute, fiddle, concertina, and whistles, there is something special for everyone in this unique cultural experience. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the short drive back to the pier.

Peace Wall and Titanic Exhibition (Limited Mobility Friendly)

This accessible Belfast shore excursion is a wonderful way to experience the best of Belfast. Visit the site of the historic Peace Wall, enjoy a panoramic driving tour through the city including views of the glorious St. Anne's Cathedral and the old City Hal, and explore the incredible Titanic exhibition firsthand.

Start your tour by meeting your tour guide and accessible van at the cruise dock and head out on a short drive to the center of the city. Here, you will make your way to the first stop of the day, the fascinating reminder of "the Troubles" from 1969, the Peace Wall. You will have an opportunity to get out and stroll along the wall as your knowledgeable tour guide provides insight into the troubled social history of Belfast.

Next, your tour continues with a panoramic drive through the heart of Belfast. During your drive, your tour guide will share interesting anecdotes and facts with you as you admire beautiful old architecture and highlights including the spectacular City Hall, Parliament building, Queen's University and Saint Anne's Cathedral.


The final stop of your day will be a memorable visit to the world-famous Titanic Exhibition, built right by beside the harbor in which the original Titanic ship was made. The exhibition is a combination of modern interactive experiences, videos and displays throughout, teaching you about the story of the Titanic from the birth to the death. Escorted by your tour guide, you will uncover the true legend of Titanic in the city where it all began. There is also a souvenir store and café available onsite.


Please note: This tour involves a minimal amount of walking and is specially designed for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair or a scooter. Full time wheelchair users, are kindly requested to contact shoreconcierge@silversea.com in order to provide further details and determine if the tour is suitable for them. The tour route avoids steps and stairs. Lightweight, comfortable clothing with flat, closed-toe walking shoes and sun protection are recommended. An accessible vehicle with a wheelchair lift or ramp will be used for transportation. Guides are not allowed to push wheelchairs. A minimum participation of 5 guests is required to operate the excursion at the advertised rate. Space on this tour is extremely limited; we suggest you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Silver Shore Privato - Belfast by Private Car with Guide - Full Day

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Explore Belfast at your leisure during your full-day (8 Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Silver Shore Privato - Belfast by Private Car with Guide - Half Day

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Explore Belfast at your leisure during your half-day (4 Hour) sightseeing tour via private car. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned car and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Silver Shore Privato - Belfast by Private Van with Guide - Full Day

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Explore Belfast at your leisure during your full-day (8-Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.

Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.

Silver Shore Privato - Belfast by Private Van with Guide - Half Day

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Explore Belfast at your leisure during your half-day (4 Hour) sightseeing tour via private van. Customize your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area's highlights.


Depart the pier with your English-speaking guide in an air-conditioned van and discover the city and surrounding areas at your own pace. Your exclusive tour concludes back at the pier.


Traditional Irish Bread Making

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Discover the secret to traditional Irish bread-making during this memorable, half-day cooking excursion at a private home.


Belfast, County Down and Strangford Lough

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately one-hour drive south towards Strangford Lough. The patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick, is said to have sailed into this large, 58-square-mile (about 150-square-kilometre) inlet, located in County Down, Northern Ireland. An area of outstanding beauty, Strangford Lough is home to over 2,000 marine species.


Private Home Visit

A visit is made to the home of Tracey Jeffrey, an 18th-century thatched cottage located on the banks of Strangford Lough. Tracey is a qualified teacher, trainer and pattissiere. She lived in France for many years, perfecting the art of patisserie-making along the way. Today, she shares her experiences through baking classes in her home utilising local produce.


Interactive Bread-Making Class

Upon arrival, proceed for an interactive bread-making lesson with Tracey's expert bread-baker, Fred. Quality ingredients play an important part in the baking class today, so watch and learn how Fred makes the perfect blend to create delicious bread. Along the way, you are invited to try your hand at traditional bread-making, too. Afterward, relax and enjoy some tea or coffee with the tasty treats that you have helped to prepare. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board the coach and commence the approximately one-hour drive back to the pier.


An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.