Friday 22 Nov 2019
- Sail with P&O Cruises on Aurora from Southampton
- Fri 22 Nov to Tue 26 Nov
- Family-friendly cruise ship
- Definitely consider this one as it's a great price!
I consider this an excellent price and fantastic value for money.
I consider this a good price for the length of cruise.
I consider this a bit pricey in my opinion. Still a good cruise, just on the expensive side.
Friday 22 Nov 2019
Friday 13 Dec 2019
Sunday 29 Dec 2019
Friday 7 Feb 2020
Friday 14 Feb 2020
Thursday 19 Mar 2020
Sunday 19 Apr 2020
Saturday 5 Sep 2020
Wednesday 16 Dec 2020
* Lead-in prices correct at the time of checking. See cruise details for details.
Here's a quick overview of upcoming mini cruises. Scroll up for more details.
|Sail Date||Duration||Operator & Ship||Departure Port||Destinations||More|
|Friday 22nd November 2019||4 nights||P&O Cruises on Aurora||Southampton||Amsterdam|
|Friday 13th December 2019||4 nights||P&O Cruises on Ventura||Southampton||Amsterdam|
|Sunday 29th December 2019||5 nights||P&O Cruises on Arcardia||Southampton||Bruges and Amsterdam|
|Friday 7th February 2020||4 nights||P&O Cruises on Ventura||Southampton||Amsterdam|
|Friday 14th February 2020||5 nights||Fred Olsen Cruise Lines on Black Watch||Southampton||Amsterdam and Antwerp|
|Thursday 19th March 2020||3 nights||Fred Olsen Cruise Lines on Boudicca||Dover||Amsterdam and Rotterdam|
|Sunday 19th April 2020||4 nights||Saga Cruises on Spirit of Discovery||Dover||Great Britain and Amsterdam|
|Saturday 5th September 2020||3 nights||Marella Cruises on Marella Explorer 2||Newcastle||Bruges and Amsterdam|
|Wednesday 16th December 2020||4 nights||Saga Cruises on Spirit of Adventure||Southampton||Amsterdam|
|Regular sailings||2 nights||P&O Ferries||Hull||Amsterdam|
The cruising capitals of The Netherlands are Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
Both cities are well worth visiting, and each has a different atmosphere.
Amsterdam has a reputation as Europe’s party capital, but there is much more to discover than its Red Light District or its “Coffee Shops”. Tour its canals, its museums, or expansive galleries. Try its diverse range of restaurants, or grab a bargain in its bustling shopping districts.
Lesser known Rotterdam is Amsterdam’s quieter shy sibling. It has a thriving art and culture scene, and its restaurants are top quality. It offers a range of sightseeing opportunities, most of which are easily accessible thanks to the city’s connected transportation infrastructure.