The Irish Show Cruise 2014

Irish Show Cruise with acts

Here at Cruise118, we are thrilled to bring you The Irish Show Cruise in 2014. This fabulous and fun-filled cruise holiday is the perfect way to build up to Christmas next December, starting in Dublin and calling at a series of fascinating northern European ports and hosting a fantastic line-up of top Irish entertainers including talented musicians and hilarious comedians:

Irish Show Cruise Act Names

You will also have plenty of time to unwind while at sea on your Irish Show Cruise, aboard the elegant Boudicca cruise vessel, enjoying a scrumptious five-course meal every evening before the nightly entertainment begins. Don’t waste any time waiting to book, as people who book their suite before the 28th February 2014 while be treated to a free all-inclusive drinks package, covering a range of beverages in the ship’s bars and restaurants. Also, for a limited time only, take advantage of our early booking bonuses and deals, offering early bookers the chance to receive free cabin upgrades on selected suites and free car parking in Dublin.

 

The elegant Boudicca cruise vessel will be your ship for the duration of the Irish Show Cruise. ThisIrish Show Cruise fabulous and feature-packed cruise ship is a truly astounding vessel. With a range of facilities and activities, including a swimming pool, spa and fitness centre, golf nets and casino, alongside a number of terrific bars, lounges and restaurants, the expression ‘never a dull moment’ is particularly apt.

Your Irish Show Cruise will embark from Dublin on the 10th of December 2014 for eight nights, voyaging to a selection of exciting destinations across northern Europe, the perfect time to experience the charming Christmas markets that take place all over the continent providing an ideal way to complete any last-minute Christmas shopping.

After setting sail from Dublin and spending two full days at sea, enjoying the many features of the Boudicca, your Irish Show Cruise will arrive in Hamburg, Germany’s largest port. This enchanting city, situated on the banks of the Elbe River, is home to a mix of stunning architecture and vibrant modern developments, supplying visitors with a plethora of things to see and do during their sojourn. Staying in Germany, the next stop on your Irish Show Cruise will be the port of Bremenhaven, from which you can travel to nearby Bremen to observe the city’s historic structures, many of which date back centuries, and appreciate the city’s rich culture and heritage. After Irish Show Cruiseexploring Bremen, the Irish Show Cruise will travel away from Germany, towards the Netherlands, sailing along the North Sea Canal on route to Amsterdam, allowing you time to appreciate the scenic Dutch countryside as you approach your next destination. Amsterdam is world-famous for its unique and iconic exhibits, which include the Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank House, alongside an array of other fun-filled attractions, providing tourists with both an enjoyable and informative experience. The final stop on your Irish Show Cruise will be Zeebrugge in Belgium, located close to the wonderful city of Bruges. Bruges is well known for its delightful ambience, excellent local shops and breath-taking architecture which displays both Renaissance and Flemish influences. The cruise will come to an end after Bruges, as you spend one final day at sea, heading back to Dublin after eight days of fun and fascination.

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For all these reasons and more, book your place on the Irish Show Cruise in December 2014.

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Jenni Fielding
Jenni has been working in the travel industry for over 10 years. She fell in love with cruising on her first-ever cruise, a Caribbean cruise on Allure of the Seas, during her honeymoon in 2013. Nowadays, Jenni enjoys cruising with her husband and two young children. Her favourite ships are family-friendly megaships which are packed with exciting facilities. She loves sea days and had been known to skip port visits to spend more time on the ship!

Comments: 4 replies added

  1. Mr Terry John June 17, 2014 Reply

    i am looking for availability on the show cruise on December 10th 2014 with cruise 118 please, thank you

    • Mark June 17, 2014 Reply

      Hi Terry, Thanks for your enquiry! I have passed your email address on to our sales department who will be in touch with you asap via email. Alternatively, you can call 0808 1234 118 to speak to our Cruise Concierge team directly. They will be happy to talk you through what is currently available.

  2. michael August 7, 2014 Reply

    hi how long before does this cruise have to be booked, and does the price be paid in full?

    • Mark August 7, 2014 Reply

      Hi Michael, Thank you for enquiring! There are still places available on the Irish Show Cruise but they are selling fast so you will need to book as soon as possible to secure your place on-board. You will also need to pay the price in full as we are getting close to the departure date. For more information you can speak to our Cruise Concierge team by calling 0808 1234 118. They will tell you exactly what is still available and talk you through the booking process.

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