2016 / 2017 EX-UK No Fly Cruises from Harwich

Ideally situated on the UK’s East Coast and along with Southampton and Dover, is one of the leading cruise passenger ports in the UK with excellent road and rail links with London, the Midlands and the South East.

Which cruise lines sail from Harwich?

Currently only Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines and Voyages of Discovery offer no-fly round trip cruises from Harwich.  Viking Ocean Cruises also have two departures in 2017 but are not round trip, so would require a flight from/to Bergen, Norway.

Cruising from a UK port could not be easier because it removes the ‘hassle factor’ of possible flight delays, strikes, volcanic ash disruptions, lengthy check-in, restrictions on hand luggage and the lugging of baggage through busy airports.

Where do cruises go to from Harwich?

Harwich offers a great choice of Northern based cruises to the Baltic Region, Norway’s North Cape and the fabulous Norwegian fjords. Plus, compared to some other UK ports could save you a whole days sailing at sea, meaning more time at your destination.

2016 / 2017 Departure Calendar of No-Fly Round Trip Cruises from Harwich

All cruises are subject to availability and date/itinerary change without notice.

29 October 2016 | 03 Nights

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines | Black Watch | W1619
Mystery Mini Cruise
Itinerary: Harwich – ‘Mystery Cruise’ – Harwich

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31 October 2016 | 11 Nights

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines | Black Watch | W1620
Sun, Souks & Sultans
Itinerary:  Harwich, Vigo, Spain, Casablanca, Morocco, Cadiz, Lisbon, Leixoes (for Oporto), Harwich

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31 October 2017 | 10 Nights

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines | Black Watch | W1720
Captain’s Mystery Cruise
Itinerary: Harwich – ‘Mystery Cruise’ – Harwich

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10 November 2017 | 03 Nights

Fred. Olsen Cruises | Black Watch | W1721
France & Belgium Short Break
Itinerary: Harwich, Bruges, Harwich

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