Why Scotland?

Find out more
  • Why Scotland?

    Find out more
  • United Vision 2021

  • History, Heritage, Myths & Legends

  • Stunning Scenery

  • Golf

  • Activities

  • Gardens

  • Wildlife

  • Cultural Cities

World-class scenery awaits your guests

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.

logo

Scotland's Cruise Ports

Click on a member to view their profile
map
Photo CreditAberdeen
Town1 km
Centre:
NearestAberdeen International Airport, 7 km
Airport:
Dundee
Town1 km
Centre:
NearestEdinburgh, 72 km
Airport:
Edinburgh
TownLeith 4 km, Rosyth 25 km Hound Point 17 km, Newhaven 4.8 km
Centre:
NearestEdinburgh, 17 km
Airport:
Glasgow (Greenock)
TownGlasgow
Centre:
NearestGlasgow, 24 km
Airport:
Invergordon
Town0.5 km
Centre:
NearestInverness, 50km
Airport:
Inverness
Town0.5 km
Centre:
NearestInverness, 14 km
Airport:
Lerwick
Town1km
Centre:
NearestSumburgh, Sumburgh, 40km
Airport:
Montrose
Town1 km
Centre:
NearestAberdeen, 72 km
Airport:
NLB Oban
Town0.5 km
Centre:
NearestOban, 8 km
Airport:
Oban
Town0.5 km
Centre:
NearestOban, 8km
Airport:
Peterhead
Town0.9-5km
Centre:
NearestAberdeen, 53km
Airport:
Portree
Town0.8 km
Centre:
NearestInverness, 200 km
Airport:
Scrabster
Town3 km
Centre:
NearestWick, 33 km
Airport:
Stornoway
Town0.5 km
Centre:
NearestStornoway, 4 km
Airport:
Ullapool
TownAdjacent
Centre:
NearestInverness, 104km
Airport:
port members
Distance calculator
Helps you find the distance between ports and calculate the voyage time.
member of the month

Scrabster

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.

Most Recent Stories

  • Invergordon Cruise Season 2022

    Cromarty Firth cruise ship calls hit a new record … as industry bounces back after pandemic … A record number of cruise ships visited the Port of Cromarty Firth (PoCF), in the Scottish Highlands, this year, as the industry recovered rapidly in the wake of Covid-19.

    18 October 2022
  • LERWICK ON COURSE IN REBUILDING CRUISE TRAFFIC

    Successful season foreshadows continuing upturn in 2023 … Lerwick Harbour is on course in restoring cruise traffic at the Shetland port in the aftermath of Covid-19 restrictions, with the first full season since 2019. The final arrival this season was Nicko Cruises 55…

    11 October 2022
  • Seatrade Cruise Med 2022

    Port Representatives from Aberdeen, Dundee, Kirkwall, Invergordon, Leith, Lerwick, Montrose, Scrabster and Stornoway attended Seatrade Cruise Med in Malaga from 12-15th September 2022. The 4 day event was the first large gathering in nearly 3 years…

    11 October 2022
  • SCOTLAND’S CRUISE CONFERENCE 2022 – WHAT WORKS FOR TOURISM

    In 2022 the return of cruise ship calls around Scotland has been stronger than expected.

    3 October 2022
  • Greenock Ocean Terminal

    Luxury ship has travelled the globe continuously since 2002

    2 September 2022
  • First Cruise Ship Berths at Scrabster’s New Facilities

    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.

    6 May 2022