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 that go to an Atlantic Coastal port also go to a port that 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, 2019. 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.