Southampton is one of the UK’s busiest and most significant cruise ports. Several major cruise lines operate no fly cruises out of Southampton, providing a wide range of itineraries. Some of the cruise lines that sail out of Southampton include:

  • P&O Cruises: A British cruise line that has been historically tied to Southampton. They offer various itineraries, including Mediterranean, Baltic, and Caribbean cruises.
  • Cunard Line: Known for its iconic transatlantic crossings on the Queen Mary 2, as well as other voyages on ships like the Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria.
  • Royal Caribbean: An American global cruise company which sometimes uses Southampton as a home port for certain itineraries, especially for cruises around Europe.
  • Celebrity Cruises: A premium cruise line which, like Royal Caribbean, has some cruises departing from Southampton.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL): Offers a range of European cruises departing from Southampton.
  • MSC Cruises: A Mediterranean-focused cruise line that has grown significantly in the global market.
  • Princess Cruises: Known for its wide variety of destinations and itineraries, Princess also sails out of Southampton.
  • Holland America Line: Occasionally uses Southampton as a departure port for European voyages.
  • Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines: A UK-based company with a long history, it offers a range of itineraries from Southampton.
  • Saga Cruises: Aimed primarily at the over-50s market, this UK-based line offers cruises from Southampton to various destinations.

It’s essential to note that the list above isn’t exhaustive, and the availability of cruises from Southampton can change based on factors like season, global events, and company strategies. Before making plans, it’s always a good idea to check directly with the cruise line or a travel agent to get the most up-to-date information on departures and itineraries.

 

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