CRUISE DESTINATION GUIDES – ROUTE GUIDES

Start enjoying your virtual cruise here and plan your holiday, which ports you can save in, which ports to consider a tour.

The nearer parts of the Mediterranean in one menu
The more distant Med ports, ones you may fly cruise to using Malta or Venice
Click the picture to search of the Northern Lights, or just be wowed as your ship is dwarfed sailing between huge snow topped mountains
Click the picture to go to the Caribbean Season menu, film guides on posts from Florida down to the ABC islands and into the coast of Mexico. Click now, explore and feel the sun
The wonderful indenture of medieval and hanseatic cities and sea ports, with modern additions like the Abba Museum and surplices like Tallinn. Click and explore, it is like being there.
Cruising the route of those who went to America, the slave trade history and the entrance to the USA. Modern history and lobster sandwich!
Click the image box for Britains favourite no-fly sun seeking cruise, Madeira, The Canary Islands, the African coast including Casablanca - play the films again Sam!
Click the image box for cruise tips. Can you cruise while pregnant? Are tips included? What is the dress code where? Here is our list of tips.
Click for Guides on all the ports around the British Isles
British Channel, to Guernsey, west coast France, Spain, Portugal to Gibraltar film guides to help you plan
North Sea cruise ports near to the UK and en route to Baltic. Often taster cruise destinations.
Cruise Destination Guides for the Arabian Adventures

These are cruise stops around the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands. This includes ports you leave from like Birmingham! And also includes places within the UK attached to their closest UK port. Click on port location below to reveal the tips and films. You can even use a button above the posts to refine your search. Click Jean to see just Jean’s blogs, click Tours just to see the filmed tours at a destination. If you have a great film or a tour or a destination, tell us, we will include it. Become one of our presenters. This site is always expanding and evolving to make it easier and more resourceful to use. Your comments are always welcome.

ENGLAND – Southampton, London Tilbury, London Tower Bridge, London Greenwich, Felixstowe, Newcastle, Liverpool, Birmingham and more – the Isle of Wight is a Southampton excursion! From Bristol we include Bath. We look forward to you helping us fill this section.

Scotland – a huge land mass of wonderful locations, from Edinburgh, Dundeen and Aberdeen up to the Orkneys and Shetland and including the Isle of Skye, Glasgow and so much more it makes you want to cruise the British Isles. Two young boys inspired us to shoot Edinburgh and helped us, we look forward to you helping us cover Scotland.

Ireland – we group as one land mass, the way it was placed on the planet. This wonderful place is so diverse, from the fantastic Galway which we first visited when filming an episode of Dennis Waterman’s Stay Lucky, to Dublin where we shot the Mrs Brown’s Boys’ movie. Up to Belfast, round to Cork. We are looking forward to you helping us fill this great section with your films

The Channel Islands, full of so much history, where some of our team spent years filming Bergerac and found the funding for our Status Quo movie, Bula Quo, listed where it was shot, under Fiji in the Pacific Ocean.

We show you the cruise destinations, routes and tours in short concise informative films. See a great film we should feature? Let us know.

TALLINN – walk the old town, and views from St Olafs

There are likely to be six or so ships at the popular port in Tallinn, it is a fantastic busy port! Tallinn is a...

TALLINN – 14th Century restaurant food and beer – Olde Hansa...

Tallinn is one of the most beautiful cities when the sun is out, alfresco drinking and dining everywhere with much to see. Olde Hansa...

Tallinn Under ground – the secret tunnels under the old town

Beautiful Tallinn has been war torn throughout history, so it won't surprise you it is riddled with tunnels. Kiek In De Kök. The tunnels are...