St Peter Port, Guernsey

Guernsey Mini Cruises

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Mini Cruise Calendar

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Sail DateDurationOperator & ShipDeparture PortDestinationsMore
Friday 19th April 20194 nightsP&O Cruises on VenturaSouthamptonBruges and GuernseyInfo
Sunday 12th May 20195 nightsCunard on Queen Mary 2SouthamptonBruges and GuernseyInfo
Wednesday 15th May 20194 nightsCruise & Maritime Voyages on Marco PoloCardiffGreat Britain, Guernsey, Honfleur and Isles of Scilly UnavailableInfo
Friday 17th May 20192 nightsP&O Cruises on ArcardiaSouthamptonGuernseyInfo
Friday 24th May 20192 nightsP&O Cruises on VenturaSouthamptonGuernseyInfo
Friday 21st June 20193 nightsP&O Cruises on ArcardiaSouthamptonGuernseyInfo
Sunday 7th July 20192 nightsP&O Cruises on AuroraSouthamptonGuernseyInfo
Friday 19th July 20193 nightsP&O Cruises on OrianaSouthamptonGuernseyInfo
Tuesday 23rd July 20194 nightsSaga Cruises on Spirit of DiscoveryDoverGreat Britain, Guernsey and Brest UnavailableInfo
Thursday 8th August 20193 nightsCunard on Queen ElizabethSouthamptonGuernseyInfo
Friday 16th August 20194 nightsP&O Cruises on AuroraSouthamptonBruges and GuernseyInfo
Saturday 31st August 20192 nightsP&O Cruises on AzuraSouthamptonGuernseyInfo
Friday 13th September 20194 nightsP&O Cruises on OrianaSouthamptonBruges and Guernsey UnavailableInfo

Reasons to sail on a mini cruise to Guernsey

Head to the Channel Islands, where you may find warm weather and calm seas.

Most mini cruises head to the Bailiwick of Guernsey.

While not part of the United Kingdom, the island is a British Crown dependency. It boasts familiar high street brands, and although the island a localised version of Pounds and Pence, Sterling is accepted too.

You will find a traditional seaside town feel in St Peter Port, the destination cruise ships use to tender passengers to and forth. Yachts jostle for pride of place in the marina and step off the promenade into quaint cobbled streets, lined with small independent shops as well as small outlets of big brand names.

The little size of St Peter Port means cruise ships cannot dock, so instead rely on tender boats to ferry passengers back and forth. Tender boats typically hold small quantities of people, so expect queues to be lengthy.