Cruising from Ireland

Cruising from Ireland

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Cruising from Ireland

 

Have you thought about cruising from Ireland? St. Patricks Day is this weekend and we are in the mood for all things Irish!

Cruising from Ireland

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Start your vacation in Ireland and then take a cruise around the Baltic Capitals and Northern Europe or around the UK and a stop in France.

Maybe the Sun is calling you and head to Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands.

If you are from Ireland joining a cruise in your home country is so much easier than flying somewhere else to catch the ship!

 

Cruising from Ireland

 

Click & Go offer some great cruises out of Dublin and Cobh. How do these itineraries whet your appetite?

Dublin, Ireland – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Reykjavik, Iceland –  Akureyri, Iceland –  Lerwick /Shetland, Scotland – Dublin, Ireland

Or

Dublin, Ireland –  Bergen, Norway – Skjolden, Norway –  Geiranger, Norway – Alesund, Norway –  Lerwick /Shetland, Scotland –  Dublin, Ireland

Or

Dublin – St Marys, Isle of Scilly – St Peter Port, Guernsey – Rouen, France (overnight) Cruise the River Seine – Honfleur, France – Liverpool, England – Dublin

Or

Dublin – Kirkwall, Orkney Islands – Bergen, Norway – Olden, Norway –  Eidfjord, Norway – Liverpool, England – Dublin

Or

Cobh – Bristol, England – La Coruna, Spain – Gibraltar – Arrecife, Lanzarote – Las Palmas, Gran Canaria – Funchal, Madeira – Lisbon, Portugal – Cobh

 

Cruising from Ireland

 

Whichever cruise you pick Click & Go can look after you and help you choose the best cruise from Dublin or Cobh.

Cruise from Ireland begins your holiday from the moment you step on board. With no need to worry about flight connections. With no-fly cruise holidays on offer they are a convenient way to travel, just make your way directly to Dublin or Cobh port, where you’ll set sail on the adventure of a lifetime.

Click & Go offer cruise deals departing from Ireland with Cruise and Maritime Voyages, Fred Olsen and Celebrity. They offer exciting and varied cruise holidays departing from Ireland that brings cruising closer to home.

 

Cruising from Ireland

 

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