Scotland is a country of outstanding natural beauty with plenty of picturesque places of interest within visiting distance of the ports. Whether you are a resident or visitor to the country, there's so much to explore.
The ports of Rosyth and Leith are conveniently close to the great city of Edinburgh and its stunning medieval architecture and incredible history. Greenock is just a short distance from Glasgow, Scotland's largest city and home to fantastic museums and excellent shopping experiences. There's so much to see and do before you even step on board your ship.
Enjoy the culture of Scotland’s Capital with a visit to Edinburgh before embarking on a voyage departing from the port of Rosyth, located on the north bank of the Firth of Forth. You can cruise into the Arctic circle to see the stunning fjords around Norway and the natural wonder of the Northern Lights. There are also cruises to warmer climes to the volcanic Canary Islands off the coast of Africa.
Bask in the culture of Scotland’s Capital with a visit to Edinburgh before embarking on a voyage departing from the port of Rosyth. You can enjoy cruises that go deep into the Arctic circle to see the stunning fjords around Norway and the natural wonder of the Northern lights. There are also cruises on offer to the warmer climes of the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa.
Ships sail right into the Port of Leith giving passengers easy access to the centre of Edinburgh although there are plenty of shops and restaurants within the complex at the Ocean Terminal Shopping Mall. While here you can see a little bit of maritime history and step on board the HMY Britannia, which served as the Royal yacht for Queen Elizabeth II from 1954 until 1997. After that, delight in the modern luxury of a cruise ship with a trip to see the wonderful destinations of Northern Europe including Iceland, Estonia and Russia.
To find out more about cruising from Scotland contact our Cruise Experts on 0800 197 8050