No-fly cruising takes all of the hassle out of travelling and allows you to focus on enjoying your ROL cruise. You can choose from a host of cruise lines providing no-fly cruise itineraries including P&O Cruises, Cunard, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises and Cruise & Maritime.Browse cruises
If you’re a first-time cruiser, you may not know that no-fly cruises are simply cruises that depart from and arrive back to a UK port. This convenient way of travelling cancels out all of the stress and anxiety that comes from spending time flying, from arriving at the airport hours before to worrying about finding the right terminal.
Want to head off on an Amazon Adventure but are worried about how much baggage you can take? Then fear not; there are no baggage allowance restrictions on a no-fly cruise.
No-one enjoys scouting the airport car parks, repetitively circling around looking for a space before realising you’re in the wrong section or at the opposite end of the airport. Remove the hassle of airport parking with a no-fly cruise and leave your car in a secure place at the port. Or to alleviate the parking problems entirely, you can arrange to be collected from your home or designated service station.
Alternatively, make your cruise holiday run as smoothly as possible, with a pre or post-cruise hotel stay, close to your chosen port. View our 'Enhance your Cruise' page for more information, featuring the Park Inn by Radisson, Thurrock; Holiday Inn, Winchester; and Marquis at Alkham.
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The majority of the UK’s major ports allow for cruise ships to come and go. The main port for no-fly cruising is Southampton, or you can choose from the likes of Liverpool, Portsmouth, Dover, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Tilbury.
No-fly cruising isn’t for everyone, but if you want to book a hassle-free cruise holiday and would like a bit more information, you can check out our latest blog post covering all you need to know about cruising with ROL.