As a cruise destination, Scotland is undoubtedly up there with the best. Breathtaking scenery, stunning cities, haunting history, UNESCO World Heritage sites, and a variety of ports large and small make Scotland the perfect cruise destination. Scotland's cruise ports are ideally located for inclusion in Britain and Ireland itineraries, transatlantic re-positioning, or for combining with cruises to Iceland, Faroe Islands or the Norwegian Fjords and Europe.
Scrabster Harbour’s latest facilities for cruise liners welcomed their first vessel, with MS Hamburg berthing at the redeveloped St. Ola Pier on 3rd May.
Stornoway’s eagerly awaited Deep Water Terminal will be ready to offer the cruise industry a new gateway to the Outer Hebrides ahead of the 2024 season.
Port of Cromarty Firth ready to welcome a record … number of cruise ships in 2022 … The Port of Cromarty Firth is looking forward to another record-breaking year, as it brings more cruise ships and seaborne tourists to the north than ever before.
DOUBLE BOOST FROM VIKING FOR LERWICK'S CRUISE ACTIVITY RECOVERY … Earliest start brings winter cruising prospects … The rebuilding of Lerwick Harbour's important cruise traffic in the aftermath of Covid-19 pandemic restrictions will potentially receive extra impetus next month with the earliest…
Successful restart after Covid restrictions and encouraging bookings for 2022
First cruise ship calls at Greenock since pandemic struck … The giant Anthem Of The Seas is first of 50 arrivals this year at Greenock Ocean Terminal … Immediate release (Thursday July 22)…