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Cruises from Newcastle

Newcastle Upon Tyne, or more commonly known as simply Newcastle, is a city with endless opportunities for history buffs, foodies and of course, cruisers!

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Cruises from Newcastle

Getting to Newcastle Cruise Terminal

As England’s unofficial capital of the northeast, Newcastle’s Port of Tyne has become of the UK’s most popular hub for those looking for a hassle-free departure for their cruise holiday. Situated in northeast England, Newcastle is a city with easy rail connections to almost anywhere in the country making it an incredibly comfortable cruise port for those coming from Scotland and northern England. With several means of getting to the Port of Tyne, we recommend the following options:

  • Travelling by car – Simply enter “NE29 6EE” in your selected navigation and follow the traffic signs northbound on the A19. For your convenience, there’s a car park in the cruise terminal that is walking distance from the entrance.
  • Travelling by train – Newcastle Central Station is just a 30 minute taxi ride from the cruise terminal and is well-connected to London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, and many others.There’s also a shuttle bus stop right opposite the station, so guests going on a cruise from Newcastle can choose from several options on how to arrive at the cruise terminal.

Facilities at Newcastle Cruise Terminal

The Port of Tyne is a modern, comfortable, and spacious building that can accommodate up to 2000 cruise guests. The Port is fully equipped with all the necessary facilities like bars, cafés, WI-FI, ATM machines and toilets. There are also amenities for disabled guests, if necessary. If you are looking for shops and more restaurants, then The Royal Quays shopping Centre is just a few minutes’ walk from the terminal.

Cruise Destinations from Newcastle

With many cruise ships sailing from the UK, local cruisers can look forward to spending more time – and less money – on their dream holiday. Discover the best of Northern Europe, Baltics, Iceland, or the pristine wilderness of the Norwegian Fjords with our diverse selection of cruises departing from Newcastle Upon Tyne.

As one of the popular UK ports, you can expect fantastic cruise options with Newcastle departures. With 2024 cruise destinations centralised in Northern Europe with a sampling of Mediterranean sailings offered, cruisers can witness the spectacular Northern Lights in Norway or explore local beauties such as the vibrant islands of Scotland. With cruise durations of an easygoing 7-night getaway to an adventurous 14-night cruise, you are sure to find your perfect cruise departing from Newcastle.

Cruise Lines Sailing from Newcastle

Current cruise lines sailing from Newcastle Upon Tyne are Ambassador and Fred Olsen, with Ambition and Bolette being the main ships, respectively. If you are looking for an adult-focused cruise experience, then Ambassador will be a great option for those that wish for a laid-back serene setting. With current 2023 Ambassador sailings from Newcastle offering free matchday tickets to the exciting Essex Cricket, sporty cruisers are certainly in for a sweet surprise. For those looking for a more intimate cruise experience, Fred Olsen is the perfect cruise line for you with their offering of smaller ships.