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Princess Summer Seacations

Read about the Sensational Summer Seacation’s with Princess Cruises

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No-Fly Cruises Vlogcast

Catch up on our regular No Fly Cruises Vlogcast with YouTube star Gary Bembridge

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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Jo Rzymowska

Vice President & Managing Director, Celebrity Cruises UK unlocks Palma

Andy Harmer CLIA No Fly Cruises

Andy Harmer

The Director, CLIA UK & Ireland unlocks Bruges

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Ben & David

Vloggers Ben & David (Cruise with…) unlock Amsterdam

No-Fly Cruises from UK Ports

The Number 1. Free Guide.

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.

England & Wales Port Guides ~ Scotland & Islands Port Guides ~ Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland Port Guides ~ France & Monaco Port Guides ~ Spain, Portugal & Islands Port Guides ~ Norway, The Fjords & North Cape Port Guides ~ Iceland & Greenland Port Guides ~ Northern Europe Cities Port Guides ~ Baltic States & Russia Port Guides ~ Caribbean Port Guides



Ambassador Cruise Line’s all-new Autumn Saver offer

  Ambassador Cruise Line is delighted to offer guests the option to book Autumn Saver Fares and Ambassador Fares until 23 November 2021 – meaning there are two new great reasons to book early. Guests booking the Autumn Saver Fare will enjoy up to 25% off Full...

MSC Magnifica to offer the ultimate winter city getaway in Northern Europe

  Following the UK cruise industry’s strong return this Summer thanks to Seacations proving a popular choice with holidaymakers, and due to ongoing demand from guests to cruise through Northern Europe, MSC Cruises announced today the introduction of a Northern...

First-ever Hurtigruten Expeditions UK sailing departs from Dover

  MS Maud officially set sail on her inaugural sailing from the Port of Dover – the first-ever year-round UK departure for leading expedition brand Hurtigruten Expeditions. Offering year-round sailings to explore the best and remote locations around the British...

Ambassador Cruise Line announces Nationwide Premium Coach Service

Ambassador Cruise Line has launched an all-new Premium Coach Service to run in conjunction with the 2022 cruise programme on 14 select sailings. Available to book from 15th September 2021, the service will give guests the opportunity to travel to London Tilbury to...

All-inclusive Saga winter sun cruises now available with up to £750 off

  It's time to jump onboard and enjoy some great value savings of up to £750 per person with a selection of Saga winter sun cruises. All Saga cruises include a complimentary door-to-door chauffeur service up to 250 miles each way, dining and house drinks, Wi-Fi,...

Last Minute Cruises with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

  If you’re still looking for a break this autumn, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines have a selection of great value last minute cruises in 2021 which are perfect for catching some late autumn sunshine. What's more, you can relax on board the lines' smaller-sized ships...

No Fly Cruises top 6 cruise lines for kids

  As summer 2021 kicks into full swing, one thing on everyone’s minds: after a year of lockdowns and limited travel, when can I book my next holiday? This is especially true of families who are restricted to taking trips during school holidays. It can often be...

Fred. Olsen announces sunshine sailings to escape the winter blues

  Travellers looking to escape the winter blues can join Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines aboard a number of international sailings, departing between October 2021 and February 2022 - including extra savings of up to £100 per person. As the darker mornings and evenings...

Sky Princess sets sail with guests onboard for the first time in over 17 months

  Princess Cruises’ Sky Princess has set sail with guests onboard for the first time over 17 months. The MedallionClass ship departed from the Port of Southampton yesterday, commencing its ‘Summer Seacations’ season and marking Sky Princess’ first-ever sailing...

Fancy the ultimate activity based no-fly cruise?

  The British summer has certainly been dominated by domestic cruising and ‘Seacations’ on some of the larger ships in operation, although they have been sailing at reduced capacity of course. But there are some amazing no-fly cruises operated by much smaller...

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