Ireland & Iceland
Iceland, Ireland, and Scotland are classified by the cruise lines as British Isles cruises.
Cruises to Ireland and Iceland are all longer than 7 days, since it takes so long to get all the way up there and back.
Icelandic ports include: Reykjavik, Isafjordur, Grundarfjordur, Seydisfjordur, Djupivogur, and Akureyri.
Ports in Ireland include: Belfast, Dublin, Cobh, Killybegs and Cork.
Atlantic Coastal and British Isle cruises are lumped together into one category because most cruises which go to an Atlantic Coastal port also go to a port which is technically in the British Isles.
Knowing which ports are located in which country will help you find what you’re looking for!
- Invergordon, Kirkwall, Greenock, Lerwick, Rosyth, Queensferry, NewCastle upon Tyne are in Scotland.
- Le Havre and Le Verdon are in France
- La Coruna and Viga are in Spain
- Bilbao, Cadiz, Basque Country, Spain
- Lisbon and Leixoes are in Portugal
- Harwich is in England
What are the Top Ten most affordable cruises to Ireland and Iceland in 2019?!
Actually, a bowl of soup in a gas station in Iceland costs $30 – so there’s nothing affordable about Iceland.
But if you go by cruise, you won’t need to worry about the price of soup in a gas station, since the cruise ship is your hotel and restaurant.
Number 10 on the Iceland list is $13,000 per person.
So, you see, Number 1 on that list – at a mere $1459 per person IS INDEED a serious bargain.
Lest you were inclined to fuss about $1459…
These were the prices as of Feb 6 . They may have gone up or done since then. The links below will give you today’s best rates and available cabins.
AND, our prices include a military discount, making them below the cruise lines’ lowest rates.