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World Navigator - 198 Guests

EMERALD ISLES

9 Day London to Dublin


DISCOVER ANOTHER SIDE
With an overnight stay in London – where our intimate yacht is docked alongside the HMS Belfast near Tower Bridge, only permitted to small vessels – there’s time to venture beyond the historic city and explore sites like Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens. Discover the local folklore of Guernsey in St. Peter Port, heading to a mysterious fairy ring known as Pleinmont. Very few ships visit the Isles of Scilly, making St. Mary’s an ideal remote getaway. Whiskey lovers can rejoice, as Cork is the site of the Old Jameson Distillery, a beautifully restored and self-contained industrial complex taking you right to the heart of the cherished whiskey-making tradition. Take the South Stack Lighthouse tour in Holyhead for breathtaking views of Wales’ rocky coast.

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    • Port charges applies: 400 USD p.p.




     

     

    DATES / RATES

    Rates are listed per person
    Start DateEnd DateFrom EURFrom USD
    May 16, 2024May 24, 20243,003 3,199
    Rates are listed per person
    Start DateEnd DateFrom EURFrom USD
    May 16, 2024May 24, 20243,003 3,199

    ITINERARY


    May 16 London, England

    London is a fascinating city with storied landmarks, iconic attractions, and countless hidden gems. Photographers often want to head toward central London near the Westminster Bridge. With Big Ben and Westminster Palace on one side and the London Eye on the other side of the river, it’s the best spot for the ultimate picture of the English capital. Among the lesser-known highlights of London is the British Library, where you may see a scribbled page of Beatles songwriting or a Leonardo da Vinci notebook. There are some stunning illuminated scripts and landmark-scientific items too. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, head to Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens.

    May 17 London, England

    London is a fascinating city with storied landmarks, iconic attractions, and countless hidden gems. Photographers often want to head toward central London near the Westminster Bridge. With Big Ben and Westminster Palace on one side and the London Eye on the other side of the river, it’s the best spot for the ultimate picture of the English capital. Among the lesser-known highlights of London is the British Library, where you may see a scribbled page of Beatles songwriting or a Leonardo da Vinci notebook. There are some stunning illuminated scripts and landmark-scientific items too. If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, head to Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens.

    May 18 At Sea

    Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

    May 19 St. Peter Port,( Guernsey) Channel Islands

    Legend has it that the enchanted land of St. Peter Port was invaded by fairies once upon a time. For proof, head west to the edge of the island to find a mysterious Fairy Ring known as Pleinmont, walk around it three times and make a wish. Aside from local lore, Guernsey is charmed as the second largest of the Channel Islands ideally situated in the bay of St. Malo, a mere 30 miles from the coast of France and 80 miles from the coast of England. Speaking of England, while Guernsey is considered part of the British Isles, it is not a part of the United Kingdom, as it constitutionally owes allegiance to the English Crown, but has its own separate legislature.

    May 20 St Mary’s (Isles of Scilly), England

    While you might think you’ve landed in the Caribbean, the gorgeous oasis of St. Mary’s is very much in England. The Isles of Scilly enjoy a climate that is among the mildest, warmest, and sunniest in the United Kingdom. And very few ships visit, making it an ideal remote getaway. Among the smattering of islands strung off the tip of Cornwall is the thoroughly enchanting St. Mary’s with a population of almost 1,800 and covering an area of about three-square miles, the largest island of the five and the gateway to the rest of the archipelago. While St. Mary’s is laid back, you’ll find you can still enjoy an active day, whether you rent a boat or go paddle boarding. Hugh Town, St. Mary’s central hub, holds plenty of shops, restaurants, galleries and cafés to spend a leisurely afternoon. Nearby lie three beaches – Porthmellon, Town Beach and Porthcressa – for a relaxing beach day.

    May 21 Cobh (Cork), Ireland

    Cobh (pronounced Cove) is a favorite destination among history enthusiasts, especially those who have an interest in the world-famous Titanic. It’s also the gateway to wondrous County Cork, a land filled with rich heritage. A visit to Blarney Castle requires a quick kiss as here is where the famous Blarney Stone is set in the wall. Whiskey lovers can rejoice, as Cork is the site of the Old Jameson Distillery, a beautifully restored and self-contained industrial complex taking you right to the heart of the cherished whiskey making tradition. Near Cork lies the picturesque sailing town of Kinsale with vibrant streetscapes and delicious restaurants.

    May 22 Holyhead, Wales

    From the charming architecture of St. Cybi’s Church to the monolithic structures of Trefignath Burial Chamber, the city of Holyhead in Wales contains a spectrum of landmarks that invite you to explore. Take the South Stack Lighthouse tour for breathtaking views along the rocky coast. Sitting within the RSPB Reserve, the surrounding heathland filled with wildflowers, various species of birds and grazing sheep creates a bucolic scene to stir a sense of awe. Along the coast at Breakwater Country Park, discover scenic paths with audio trails, themed walks and even a gallery in the old brick shed. With plenty of restaurants and pubs near the port, it’s easy to dive into authentic Welsh cuisines, such as Conwy mussels or Welsh rarebit.

    May 23 Douglas, Isle of Man

    Between Ireland and Great Britain in the Irish Sea, there’s a small dot of land called the Isle of Man. Douglas is the capital and your gateway to the incredible treasures that this lesser-known Crown Dependency holds. Not only is Isle of Man culturally and historically different from its surrounding islands, but also linguistically diverse, among the many languages Manx, a Gaelic language similar to some types of Irish Gaelic, but unique to the island. Douglas’ lovely seafront can be traversed by horse-drawn trams, but if you prefer speed, this town also delivers with winding roads made for a thrilling motorcycle adventure. After all, this is the home of the International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) Race.

    May 24 Dublin, Ireland Arrive: 8:00 am

    Ireland’s capital, Dublin, is bustling, cosmopolitan, ancient, and young at heart all at once. It is one of Europe’s liveliest cities, where medieval and 17th-century buildings stand comfortably amid all the trappings of a 21st-century community. Marvels like the incredible Book of Kells, one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world, call out to the curious. A gentle and relaxing cruise along the River Liffey immerses you in the capital’s colorful history, from the first arrival of the Vikings to the rapid development of the city during the 18th and 19th centuries. When in Dublin, the Guinness Storehouse, located in the heart of St. James’ Gate Brewery, invites you to raise a glass at the Gravity Bar with a 360-degree view of the city skyline.

    World Navigator (Luxury Expedition, 198-guests)

    The 98-suite World Navigator features deluxe accommodations, contemporary and airy design, as well as thoughtfully selected amenities, entertainment, restaurants and bars. Every deck is designed to bring the outdoors inside, so that you are almost never without a transcendent view.

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    WHAT'S INCLUDED

    • FREE cultural immersion on every voyage
    • FREE dining venues with ever-changing menus
    • FREE unlimited beverages, including fine wines, spirits and craft beers
    • FREE open bars and lounges, including 24-hour bar service with specialty canapés
    • FREE in-room minibar with your preferences
    • FREE specialty coffees, teas and fresh-pressed juices
    • FREE afternoon and high tea
    • FREE champagne and gourmet canapés during meet and greet
    • FREE 24-hour room service, including spirits, wine and beer
    • FREE L'OCCITANE bath amenities
    • FREE pre-paid gratuities
    • FREE use of walking sticks and binoculars
    • FREE reusable water bottle
    • FREE butler service and expanded room service menu in suites

     

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