Three for Tuesday: <br/> Ex-UK cultural cruises <br/> for solo travellers

Three for Tuesday:
Ex-UK cultural cruises
for solo travellers

Want something more than a warm deck and a cool beer? Want to build your holiday around seeing something you have always wanted to see, but never had the opportunity? Maybe even hear a guest speaker give a talk or listen to a performance by an orchestra.

Well in that case these cultural cruises for solo travellers could be exactly what you’re looking for.

Following on from the publication of Cruise Adviser’s Ex-UK 2015 guide, we would like to introduce our new weekly  Three For Tuesday feature, which gives you three cruise options for your passengers.

You can read more in our Ex-UK guide, here:


The Mediterranean

Line: Princess Cruises
Departure port: Southampton
Departure date: May 9, 2015
Destination: Mediterranean adventure
Duration: 14 days
Ship: Caribbean Princess
Price: From £2,497

What could be better than sailing from the UK right into the heart of Mediterranean culture? Think Rome, Florence, Genoa and Provence.

This is a cruise for the modern Renaissance traveller. And, what’s more, it will drop you back off at Southampton when all is done. Not a bad way to spend two weeks.



The Open

Line: Azamara Club Cruises
Departure port: Southampton
Departure date: July 4, 2015
Destination: The Open
Duration: 14 nights
Ship: Azamara Quest
Price: From £6,190

Solo travellers

Leaving Southampton in the peak of summer, this is the perfect cruise for golf lovers. The itinerary takes in seven of the world’s most renowned courses and includes an option to have two days at The Open, visiting St Andrews.

For those who want to see more of the British Isles, this is also an idyllic journey, with a host of castles, gardens, pubs and distilleries dotted along the ten late night or overnight stays.


Norwegian fjords

Line: P&O Cruises
Departure port: Southampton
Departure date: August 29, 2015
Destination: Norwegian fjords
Duration: Seven nights
Ship: Britannia
Price: From £1,099

solo travellers

Experience the full wonder of the biggest ship ever made for the British cruise market with P&O’s Britannia. The vessel, emblazoned with Union Jack livery is the embodiment of British cruising. It also has single cabins – although be warned, they sell out fast.

This cruise sees P&O’s newest ship make its way north, from Southampton, to call in at Norway’s breathtaking ports including Stavanger, Olden and Bergen.

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