A cruise to nowhere is a voyage that usually lasts one, two or three nights. Departing from a range of UK ports, cruises to nowhere sail out to international waters (usually so the cruise ships can open their duty-free shopping and casinos) and return to the same, or a different port, a few days later. The cruises are designed so passengers can immerse themselves in the on board experience and are a great way to enjoy a getaway for a reduced period.
There are many reasons to book a cruise to nowhere. If you’re new to the world of cruising, a cruise to nowhere is a fantastic opportunity to get a taste of life at sea, test out your sea legs and discover what life on board is like. Perhaps you’re a seasoned veteran, loyal to a cruise line or cruise ship but feel it’s time to broaden your horizons? Opting for a cruise to nowhere will allow you to test out new ships and see which one is for you.
Cruises to nowhere are also ideal for those on a budget. At just a fraction of the cost of an average ten-night cruise, you can enjoy all the benefits of cruising but at a much lower price. If you prefer a last-minute deal then a cruise to nowhere might be for you. Thanks to their ease, these types of cruises are super easy to plan and don’t affect your busy schedule. Plus, you don’t need to worry about flights or lugging your suitcases around.
Due to the popularity of cruises to nowhere, many cruise lines offer itineraries from ports around the UK. Opt for a more traditional cruising experience with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, enjoy ultra-luxury with Cunard or choose from family-friendly fun with P&O Cruises and Princess Cruises.