Rule Britannia!Tuesday 29 September 2015
Relax and cruise the British Isles and Irish coast on Saga Pearl II’s non-stop sailing
View the nation’s greatest coastal landmarks when Saga Pearl II sails on a non-stop seven-night journey around the British Isles and along the Irish coast.
The 449-guest ship’s coastal journey will take in Land’s End and John O’Groats with a cruise past the Old Man of Hoy, a red sandstone stack in the Orkney archipelago, just off the coast of Scotland.
In the sheltered waters of the Sound of Mull, Saga Pearl II will pass 13th century Duart Castle and the pink granite Ardnamurchan Lighthouse.
Guests will also be treated to wonderful views of rolling countryside on the Emerald Isle, as well the Giant’s Causeway and the port of Dublin.
Saga Pearl II will cross the Irish Sea to the Pembrokeshire coast where there will be a chance to see puffins on the isles of Skomer and Skokholm. Further highlights include the South Stack, a tiny islet on the north-west coast of Anglesey, with a 200-year-old lighthouse perched on a crag.
There will also be a chance to spot peregrines and grey seals off Lundy Island, along Devon coast as well as viewing Old Harry Rocks in Dorset.
This relaxing cruise includes fine dining with a choice of table wines served with lunch and dinner so guests can just sit back and enjoy the best of the cruising and the Best of the British Isles and Irish coast.
EndsFor details call free on 0800 50 50 30 or visit saga.co.uk/cruises
Seven nights from £1,754 departing Dover on May 28, 2016. Price includes return chauffeur service to and from Dover, all meals and entertainment, a choice of table wines with lunch and dinner, afternoon tea, 24-hour room service, welcome cocktail party, unlimited tea and coffee in selected venues, free Wi-Fi internet, all on-board gratuities, porterage, optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a discount of £40 per person if passenger has own insurance.
Price is per person based on two people sharing the lowest available Inside cabin, was correct at time of going to print and is subject to availability and change.
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