Whether you’re a cruise connoisseur looking for something new, exciting and different or a novice looking to dip your feet into cruising, some occasions call for something more or something different to a normal cruise. Below is a list of “Five Amazing No Fly Cruises” that offer precisely that, whether it be a unique port, something extra or a themed cruise.


P&O Cruises: Food Heroes Cruise Experiences

Britain’s preferred cruise line, P&O Cruises prides itself on great dining experiences. In line with this, P&O offers Food Heroes Cruise Experiences. These unique voyages are ideal for any foodie. Learn to cook with food greats such as Marco Pierre White, do a spot of wine tasting with Olly Smith or spend an afternoon with master of baked delights Eric Lanlard. Although postponed due to Covid 19, these experiences will return so keep your eyes peeled for the next Food Heroes Cruise Experience.

Cunard: The Centenary World Voyage

Known for timeless elegance and extraordinary itineraries that showcase the world, Cunard does not fail to deliver when it comes to world cruises and their Centenary World Voyage is no different. Sailing from Southampton in January 2023, Queen Victoria will spend 101 nights travelling the world offering guests spectacular destinations and incredible experiences. These destinations include Aruba, Mexico, Tonga, Vietnam, Australia, Dubai and so many other once in a lifetime locations.

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Princess Cruises: 10 Day Oktoberfest European Capitals

Embrace Oktoberfest on this 10 Day voyage around Europe. Sailing from Southampton in September 2022, Island Princess will travel around Northern Europe, offering guests an experience like no other. Her destinations on this Oktoberfest themed voyage include Hamburg, Copenhagen, Oslo and Bruges before returning to Southampton.

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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines: In search of Aurora Borealis

The cruise line of smaller ships, Fred Olsen boasts itineraries that other cruise lines can only dream off. One such itinerary is Fred Olsen’s “In Search of Aurora Borealis” which takes guests on a voyage of discovery unlike any other as they travel the Arctic Circle. Sailing from Liverpool in February 2022, Borealis (named after the Aurora Borealis) will transport you to a world of stunning views, dramatic landscapes and breath-taking natural phenomena as she sails around Norway.

Saga Cruises: A Grand Voyage

Not quite a world cruise, Saga Cruises is offering guests a Grand Voyage of South America spanning 83 nights. This is perhaps the longest duration teased by any cruise line short of a world cruise. Sailing from Southampton in January 2022, Spirit of Adventure will call at 29 ports as she tours South America. Her incredible locations include Portugal, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Peru, to name a few before returning to Southampton.

If an awesome no-fly cruise is what you’re looking for, these five are just some examples of what cruise lines have to offer guests who are looking for something different or something more. They are by no means the only voyages on offer, but are a flavour of what is out there. All you have to decide is are you looking for incredible destinations, a grand voyage, a themed cruise or something else? The possibilities are endless…

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