IRELAND
LUXURY CRUISES

IRELAND
LUXURY CRUISES

IRELAND LUXURY CRUISES
It may be small, but Ireland’s personality packs a big punch. Ask any local to explain why Ireland is the most beautiful county in the world and you’ll be chatting like old friends in no time. And rightly so; rich heritage dating back to the 5th century includes castles, the book of Kells and craggy coastline, so why not talk about it? Famously quirky cities are everywhere – think Galway on the west, Cobh to the south and Dublin to the east. Add fabulously beautiful landscapes – from the sheer splendour of the Cliffs of Moher to the wildness of Skellig Islands and you’ll understand why an Ireland cruise is a bit of adventure. As the Irish proverb goes, “May the road rise up to meet you”, (good luck on your travels), get ready to enjoy your Ireland luxury cruise where the music, cheer and yes, the Guinness, flows freely. Just don’t forget your umbrella.

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What to do on an Ireland Luxury Cruise?

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Underpinned by passion and poetry, this country is a treasure trove of lyrical conversation and warm welcomes. But an Ireland cruise does not only mean sticking to the (stunning) coasts! To be sure, in a country that is defined by the “craic” (pronounced crack and meaning good times), expect evenings spent in bars, glasses of Guinness all round. But it’s not all pints and pubs – Dublin’s superb history speaks volumes – quite literally if you intend on going to the famous Trinity College Library. Then it’s onto the nesting seabirds of the Cliffs of Moher, wandering through the streets of Galway and soaking up the history in Cobh. Do not miss an opportunity to experience the extraordinary monasteries of Skelling Michael, built in the 6th century and superbly persevered through its remoteness (and George Lucas’ final scene of The Force Awakens). One thing is certain, in a country that is equal parts arty, bohemian, swathed in history and natural beauty, you’ll be spoilt for choice on our Ireland cruises.

Ireland Luxury Cruises
Dublin
Dublin Heritage Tour
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Cobh
Cork City and Whiskey Tour
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Galway
See the Quiet Man Locations
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Galway
Galway through the Ages
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LONDON (Tower Bridge) To LONDON (Tower Bridge)
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    May 17 2021
  • Duration
    14 Days
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    Silver Wind
From US$ 9,900
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LONDON (Tower Bridge) To LONDON (Tower Bridge)
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    May 31 2021
  • Duration
    14 Days
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    Silver Wind
From US$ 18,810
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NEW YORK To SOUTHAMPTON
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    Jun 06 2021
  • Duration
    14 Days
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    Silver Whisper
From US$ 6,480
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NEW YORK To REYKJAVIK
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    Jun 06 2021
  • Duration
    28 Days
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    Silver Whisper
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LONDON (Tower Bridge) To REYKJAVIK
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    Jun 14 2021
  • Duration
    14 Days
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    Silver Wind
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SOUTHAMPTON To REYKJAVIK
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    Jun 20 2021
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    Silver Whisper
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SOUTHAMPTON To SOUTHAMPTON
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    Sep 03 2021
  • Duration
    12 Days
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    Silver Spirit
From US$ 7,110
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SOUTHAMPTON To SOUTHAMPTON
  • Departure
    Sep 03 2021
  • Duration
    24 Days
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    Silver Spirit
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DID YOU KNOW?
St. Patrick wasn't Irish. Although he was British (no one is sure if he was born in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales), he only came to Ireland at 16, after capture by Irish pirates. He was forced to work as a slave herding sheep, but escaped after six years to study religion, eventually returning to Ireland to serve as a bishop. He died aged 102 on 17th March 492, and today the date marks one of the biggest festivals in the Irish calendar.