Embark on a tour of the British Isles in 2019

This year sees the introduction of a number of new destinations to the range of options available with Pullmantur Cruises, with the line operating sailings to the Middle East and the Arctic Circle for the first time. While the destinations may be new, it is the all-inclusive offering with Pullmantur Cruises that ensures passengers enjoy a care-free cruising experience.

Edinburgh

These far-flung destinations have proven popular with passengers. Now, the line is looking to add a new range of destinations to the list of itineraries in 2019 – with Pullmantur set to offer sailings closer to home. For the first time, passengers will now be able to embark on a tour of the British Isles with a series of sailings to far-flung destinations throughout England, Scotland and Ireland.

Departing from Trondheim, Norway, this 13-night sailing aboard Zenith will commence on July 6th 2019 and take passengers to the UK. This offers a unique opportunity to admire some of the fjords of Norway before exploring a range of destinations throughout the British Isles that would otherwise be considered difficult to visit.

The ship will call into the Shetland Islands, where passengers can admire some of the country’s most scenic and peaceful locations. This will be followed by calls into the Scottish town of Invergordon and city of Edinburgh prior to docking in the picturesque Orkney Islands.

Heading across the Irish Sea, passengers will be able to explore the Irish capital of Dublin – known for its historic architecture, traditional pubs and – of course – Guinness. There will also be an opportunity to explore the Northern Irish capital of Belfast, known for the ‘Golden Mile’ between Belfast City Hall and Queen’s University, and its collection of murals.

Liverpool

Liverpool is a city steeped in maritime history and you will be able to explore all of this and much more during your time in Merseyside. Alternatively, you can learn more about the Beetles or enjoy a pleasant stroll around the city docks.

On the return journey back to Trondheim, passengers will have an opportunity to explore the Scottish city of Glasgow via a call into Greenock. This will be followed by a call into the peaceful Faroe Islands capital of Thorshavn, which offers a number of interesting landmarks and is easily explored by foot.

This is the first time Pullmantur Cruises has explored the British Isles in such great depth, with passengers having an opportunity to explore a range of beautiful destinations closer to home while still being able to enjoy the unique all-inclusive experience. With all meals, drinks onboard entertainment and much more included in the cost of your fare, Pullmantur offers a unique care-free cruising experience.


The British Isles isn’t the only new destination set to be offered to Pullmantur Cruises passengers in 2019. Passengers will also have a unique opportunity to explore a range of destinations throughout Portugal and Morocco, with three, four, six and seven-night itineraries.

For more information about these new itineraries or to make a booking, contact our friendly sales team via the freephone number above or complete the online enquiry form.