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Your Guide to No-Fly Cruises from UK ports

What is a No fly cruise? With a new era of travel restrictions upon us, no-fly cruises from UK ports look set to become the cruise holiday of choice for many UK cruise passengers, in 2021 and beyond. NoFlyCruises.co.uk is the number 1 free guide to no-fly cruising from UK ports. We offer information on the ocean and river cruise lines that operate no-fly cruises, rich port guides packed with hints and tips, and all the latest cruise news. Our guides are written by people that have spent real time in these ports via cruise ships, and we only use amateur photography, so you will see much more than a product brochure will show you. Also, look out for our cruise expert ports that feature comments from some of the world’s most established bloggers, writers, industry executives, crew members and ship lecturer’s. Don’t forget to register for news and offers, and stop by our blog for more cruise updates. We are a community-led site so we are constantly adding to, and improving our port guides. So if some guides seem limited now, they will expand soon!


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No-Fly Cruises from UK Ports

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Embark your ship in one of the world’s most iconic ports, explore the beauty of Norway’s fjords, enjoy dramatic evenings in St Petersburg and traverse the Corinth Canal – you can do all of these things and more on a no-fly cruise. There are hundreds of destinations for you explore without having to even think about an airport because you can join your ship in one of many UK ports. At NoFlyCruises we are building the most comprehensible guide to no-fly sailings and we’re filling it with detailed information, maps, cruise expert comments, reviews and much more. If you love cruising, then don’t forget to add NoFlyCruises.co.uk to your favourites list. You can also use the hot-keys below to jump to our Port Guide regions.

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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines unveils brand new 101-night Around the World Voyage aboard Borealis

  Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has unveiled the first sailing from its 2024 programme – an epic 101-night Around the World adventure taking in the USA, Australasia, Asia and Europe. The cruise, which is setting sail from Southampton in January 2024, offers a wealth...

Seabourn to offer no fly cruises from Tilbury in 2023

  Seabourn Ovation will take the UK stage for Seabourn in 2023, as she offers no-fly sailings from the port of Tilbury, in Essex. There will be a 10-night land of Fjords & Fairytales itinerary, featuring stops in Oslo, Gothenburg, Wismar, Copenhagen,...

Sky Princess arrives in the UK for the first time

  Princess Cruises’ Sky Princess docked into the port of Southampton earlier today, marking the ship’s inaugural visit to the UK. The 3,660-guest MedallionClass Sky Princess launched late 2019 and is one of the newest vessels in the Princess fleet. The ship...

A closer look at Saga’s newest ship ‘Spirit of Adventure’ following her naming ceremony in Portsmouth

  Saga Cruises' newest ship was named yesterday in Portsmouth and what a glorious day it was. Spirit of Adventure is now at your service, quite literally, as she's a ship designed and built to offer a luxurious cruise experience from start to finish. Her naming...

Marella Staycation Cruises and discounts

  Marella Explorer recently embarked on Marella Cruises’ first sailing (June 25th) after 15 months of lockdowns and cancellations resulting from Covid 19. The voyage marked the first of a season of staycations around the UK onboard Explorer, the majority of which...

Freedom Day also approaches for the cruise industry as passenger capacity is set to increase

  As “Freedom Day” and the end of Covid 19 restrictions approach in England, so too does an end to some of the restrictions placed on cruising. From July 19, cruise ships will be able to operate at 50 percent capacity. Previously, much larger ships able to carry...

Celebrity Cruises is extending UK summer sailings

  Celebrity Cruises is extending its UK summer sailings onboard the recently-revolutionised Celebrity Silhouette, announcing three new itineraries available to book now.  Departing from her homeport in Southampton, Celebrity Silhouette will be embarking on three...

Cunard announces several new sailings from the UK

  As cruising kick starts this summer, Cunard have announced over 40 new voyages commencing in 2021 and 2022, some of which are sailing from Southampton. These “Overseas Escapes” will range from 2-night sailings to 40-night voyages with more than 49 destinations...

Fred. Olsen to visit Antarctica on EPIC 78-night cruise in 2023

  How does a 78-night South American exploration sound? Well, that is Fred. Olsen's latest incredible cruise offering and yes, it's a no-fly cruise! Sail the mountainous Chilean fjords and wonder at the Antarctic Peninsula’s rugged, icy coastline thanks to...

Spirit of Adventure sails into Portsmouth in preparation for city’s first naming ceremony

  Saga’s much-anticipated new cruise ship, Spirit of Adventure, made her first arrival into to Portsmouth this morning ahead of next week's prestigious naming ceremony. Lucky spectators caught a glimpse of Britain’s newest 236-metre boutique cruise ship, as she...

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