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British Isles Discovery Cruise - Discovery ex Newcastle
- Nine nights' accommodation in your choice of cabin
- Full-board arrangements including full breakfast, luncheon, dinner, afternoon tea and midnight snacks
- On-board entertainment as arranged
- Calls at ports as detailed in the itinerary
- The services of a friendly, professional crew and cruise staff
- Port charges and taxes
- Single and upgrade cabins are available for a supplement
Make your way to Newcastle for embarkation and this evening's sailing.
Today is spent at sea, enjoying life on board Discovery.
Discovery moors in the exquisite French port of Honfleur - gateway to the beautiful Normandy countryside - at the mouth of the Seine. Spend time exploring this favourite retreat of the French Impressionists, or venture further afield on a shore excursion.
Delightful Guernsey, its by-ways strewn with springtime flowers, welcomes Discovery today. Don't miss 800 year-old Castle Cornet, which guards the entrance to the harbour, nor the medieval, cobbled central quarter of St Peter Port.
Discovery anchors off tiny Hugh Town today. Take the opportunity to enjoy an excursion to stunning Tresco and its world famous Abbey Gardens, boasting Britain's finest subtropical plant collection.
Today finds Discovery in the incomparable Irish capital, city of culture and learning, and one of Europe's most engaging, vibrant cities. Take a stroll down famous Grafton and O'Connell Streets, and enjoy a pint of Guiness in one of the many cafes and pubs, popular with locals and visitors alike.
Explore the beautiful island of Mull with its breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife. Pretty Tobermory, with its distinctive, colourful waterfront houses lining the waterfront - a familiar sight to all 'Balamory' fans - can't fail to delight.
Discovery anchors off Stornoway, the capital of Lewis. Explore the town, or take the excursion to the mysterious and ancient Standing Stones at Callanish, thought to be nearly four thousand years old.
Today we arrive in one of Britain's greatest natural harbours, and gateway to the Highlands. Take an excursion, perhaps to Inverness, with the famous Loch beyond. Golfers might head to nearby Dornoch, home to one of the world's finest courses, just an hour away, while whisky connoisseurs might make a pilgrimage of a different kind, to celebrated Ord Distillery!
Discovery arrives back at the end of a wonderful voyage.
In 2013, 20,000-tonne Discovery sets out on a series of exciting departures from ports around the UK, on her first season of cruises. With her classic profile, eight passenger decks, and accommodation for 700 passengers, Discovery is a smaller ship built in traditional style, and offers the perfect 'home from home' for a memorable holiday.