A no-fly cruise from Southampton
Cruise to the Emerald Isle on a relaxing Easter escape aboard Braemar and discover the Irish delights and highlights of three welcoming destinations in Northern and Southern Ireland. Explore the historic coastal town of Cobh - the last port of call for the RMS Titanic - museums here bring to life this tragic voyage. Continue to the lively city of Dublin, featuring numerous exciting attractions including the Guinness Storehouse and the incredible ancient Book of Kells. Dublin’s numerous traditional pubs can also be taken advantage of. The final port of call is the city of Belfast, home to breathtaking Belfast Castle and the enchanting 180-year-old Botanical Gardens.
- 6 nights cruise on Braemar
- 17 meals: 6 breakfasts (days 2-7) 5 lunches (days 2-6) 6 dinners (days 1-6)
- £50 per person onboard credit
- Included onboard drinks package
- Varied daytime activities, lectures, talks and evening entertainment
- 2 formal nights
- Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
- Embarkation assistance by Titan staff
- Services of the experienced Fred. Olsen staff on board
- Port taxes
Day 1 - Southampton
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home, for your journey to Southampton, where our staff will greet you and assist with embarking Braemar (3T+) in preparation for a late evening sailing.
Day 2 - At sea
Familiarise yourself with the delightful onboard facilities and entertainment as we enjoy a day of cruising.
Day 3 - Cobh, Ireland
Discover Ireland’s beautiful south coast town, Cobh. Disembark to discover the charming harbour decorated with brightly-coloured houses, traditional Irish pubs and enthralling museums. Visit the historic pier, the very place the RMS Titanic docked for its final stop before its tragic end in April 1912; you can also join a Titanic Experience, a virtual version of life on board, beginning with you checking in, viewing the different facilities of each class and even sailing in the Atlantic. Alternatively, visit the town’s splendid attractions including the Cobh Heritage Centre and St Colman’s Cathedral - a Gothic Revival structure overlooking Cobh harbour.
Day 4 - Dublin
This morning we arrive in Ireland’s friendly capital, Dublin. With many sights and a cheerful atmosphere, Dublin makes the perfect stop. Discover the lively Temple Bar district characterised by cobbled streets, fascinating galleries, traditional pubs and a vibrant, cultural atmosphere, or taste Ireland’s famous beverage when visiting the Guinness Storehouse. A highlight of the city is the spectacular Trinity College home to the incredible Book of Kells, one of the world’s most famous hand-written manuscripts of the Gospels dating back to around AD 800.
Day 5 - Belfast, Northern Ireland
Today we dock in Belfast, Northern Ireland’s capital. Explore the vibrant and stylish city home to fine restaurants, traditional pubs, historic buildings and a lively atmosphere. Highlights include spectacular Belfast Castle - situated 400 feet above sea level with unobstructed views over the city - and the city’s beautiful Botanical Gardens - occupying 28 acres for more than 180 years, the stunning gardens host an extraordinary array of flora including fuchsia, geranium and begonia.
Day 6 - At sea
Spend a day at sea as we sail home.
Day 7 Southampton
We disembark after breakfast and you will be met and guided to your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.