Did you know you can cruise the seas without the hassle of an airport? No-fly cruises are a great way to relieve all and any stress when it comes to holidaying. Just take a look at all the great reasons below to cut the flight out of your cruise holiday.

Less Baggage Restrictions

It’s no secret that we all hate those pesky airline baggage restrictions – no one wants to have to limit the number of shoes and clothes they take on holiday, or the amount of souvenirs brought back. With a no-fly cruise, you can bring all the luggage you want! Whilst some cruise lines, like P&O, do have some weight limits on suitcases, others like Royal Caribbean don’t – so make sure you check your cruise line’s policy beforehand.

Save Money

Cutting the flight out of your cruise package reduces the overall cost, meaning it’s a fantastic budget-friendly option. And if you’re not spending on a flight, you have more money to spend on exciting things like excursions or specialty dining.

A Great Way To Try Cruising

Cruising from the UK is a great way to sample cruise holidays for the first time, or if you’re a seasoned cruiser it’s a great way to try a new or different cruise line with a short break sailing from the UK. With many cruise lines offering mini breaks around the UK and Europe a no-fly cruise is perfect for those weekend getaways.

Environmentally Friendly

We’re all becoming more eco-conscious, looking for ways to holiday where we have less impact on the environment. Travelling via airplane can be harmful to the planet, as carbon dioxide emissions from aviation are rising higher than any other mode of transport. So, if you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint, a no-fly cruise might just be the holiday for you.

Fear Free

Research suggests that every year, up to 40% of people experience anxiety when it comes to air travel. If you’re one of those people, a no-fly cruise could be your perfect holiday, allowing you to explore amazing new countries without having to step foot on a plane.

No Concern Over Flight Delays and Cancellations

On a fly cruise, there’s a risk that your flight may be delayed or cancelled – causing you to miss your cruise connection or delaying the cruise departure for your fellow passengers. No-fly cruises eliminate this possibility, making your holiday experience a lot less stressful.

Family Friendly

Let’s be honest, when there’s both kids and airports in the equation – it can be an overwhelming combination. Fidgety youngsters can be a nightmare on a cramped airplane, and having to wait around in a terminal is no fun either. Fortunately, no-fly cruises cut out a lot of this waiting around, allowing kids to skip to the fun stuff a lot faster!

Cruise from Your Doorstep

Well, not literally your doorstep! But when you cruise from the UK, there are a great range of ports to choose from, so you’re sure to find one conveniently close by. Plus, the majority of your fellow passengers will likely be British too – meaning you’re more likely to make friends. 

UK ports include:

Hassle-free Cruising

On a no-fly cruise, you don’t have to worry about connections, transfers or even hotel check-ins. There’s none of that time-consuming airport waiting times, airport security, or baggage checks. It’s a super low stress way to cruise! What more could you want?

If you’re keen to cruise, but don’t fancy taking to the skies, take a look at Cruise118.com’s fabulous cruises from the UK deals.

Charlotte Richards

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