Cobh, Ireland

Cobh (Cork) Mini Cruises

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December 2018

From £239 pp*

Wednesday 19 Dec 2018

Cobh (Cork) 3-night mini cruise Festive

  • Sail with Cruise & Maritime Voyages on Marco Polo from Bristol
  • Wed 19 Dec to Sat 22 Dec
  • No-fly
  • Adults-only cruise ship
  • Definitely consider this one as it's a great price!

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May 2019

From £439 pp*

Tuesday 28 May 2019

Cobh (Cork) 4-night mini cruise

  • Sail with Royal Caribbean on Independence of the Seas from Southampton
  • Tue 28 May to Sat 1 Jun
  • No-fly
  • Family-friendly cruise ship
  • Definitely consider this one as it's a great price!

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Mini Cruise Calendar

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Sail DateDurationOperator & ShipDeparture PortDestinationsMore
Wednesday 19th December 20183 nightsCruise & Maritime Voyages on Marco PoloBristolCobh (Cork) FestiveInfo
Tuesday 28th May 20194 nightsRoyal Caribbean on Independence of the SeasSouthamptonCobh (Cork)Info

Reasons to sail on a mini cruise to Cobh (Cork)

While most mini cruises from the UK head South or East, some stop over in Ireland.

The ports of Cobh (Cork) and Dublin are most commonly found on mini cruise itineraries.

A trip to Dublin will take you to the heart of the Republic of Ireland, with its great restaurants and plentiful attractions. Meanwhile, Cobh (Cork) shows off Ireland’s beauty. The town’s claim to fame is it was the last port of call of the ill-fated Titanic in 1912, and so you will find attractions retelling the tale.

Whichever port of call you visit, try to head off the beaten track to discover the beauty of rural Ireland.

(Photo credit to Andrew Leach)