British Isles from Southampton – P&O Aurora – 14 August 2025 

 

Overview

 Aurora: 
 
  • Ensuite stateroom accommodation
  • All meals and snacks onboard
  • Continental Breakfast in your cabin
  • West End/Broadway-style shows
  • Gymnasium, Pools & Fitness Centre
  • Cinema for the latest feature films
  • Sports Court and Golf nets
  • No Tipping required
  • Adults only

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Cruise Itinerary Map


 

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Your Itinerary

Day 1

Southampton Embark Aurora

Southampton is a picturesque city on the south coast of England, with plenty of attractions to offer visitors. History buffs can visit the Tudor House and Gardens or the medieval Bargate, while art lovers can explore the SeaCity Museum or the City Art Gallery. For a unique experience, take a stroll through the historic Old Town and visit the Titanic Engineers' Memorial. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy the stunning views at the Itchen Valley Country Park or the Southampton Common. And don't forget to sample some of the delicious local seafood while you're here!
 
Day 2-3

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 4

Cork

Cork is a charming city located in the South of Ireland. It is the second largest city in the country, but it still maintains a friendly and intimate atmosphere. The city is famous for its rich history, beautiful architecture, and excellent food scene. Visitors can admire the stunning St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, explore the historic Cork City Gaol, or take a stroll in the beautiful Fitzgerald Park. Cork is also known for its lively pubs, where visitors can enjoy a pint of local beer and listen to traditional Irish music.
Day 5

Waterford

Waterford, a city in southeastern Ireland, is a historic and charming destination that offers visitors a unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. The city is home to numerous attractions, including the famous Waterford Crystal Factory, which is a must-visit for those interested in the area's history and craftsmanship. Visitors can also explore the nearby Waterford Greenway, go hiking or cycling in the nearby Comeragh Mountains, and indulge in delicious local cuisine at the many restaurants and pubs in the area. With its warm hospitality, stunning landscapes, and rich history.   
Day 6

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 7

Liverpool

Liverpool is a vibrant city located in the northwest of England. It is best known for being the birthplace of the Beatles, a famous British band that revolutionized the music industry in the 1960s. However, Liverpool has much more to offer than just music. The city boasts stunning architecture, including the iconic Liver Building and the Royal Albert Dock, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can also enjoy exploring Liverpool's many museums and galleries, including the Tate Liverpool and the World Museum. With its rich history and diverse cultural offerings. 
 
Day 8

Belfast

Belfast. There are few cities in Europe that have done more to overhaul and reinvent themselves in the past two decades than Belfast. The city is proud of its strong industrial heritage; you can’t miss the huge shipbuilding cranes of Harland & Wolff (the builders of the Titanic) looming over the River Lagan. But venture deeper into the city’s red-bricked Victorian heart and you’ll find all manner of contemporary art galleries, pulsating restaurants and bars, impeccably curated botanical gardens, and some of the finest, and quirkiest pubs in the whole of the United Kingdom.
Day 9

Greenock

Greenock is just a short drive from Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland and famous for its thriving nightlife. There are numerous world-class museums and galleries to visit along with the stunning Gothic cathedral. Glasgow also boasts the best shopping in Scotland and offers plenty of pubs and diverse restaurants. Greenock grew from a fishing community to become the site of the first dock on the Clyde in 1711. Much of the west end of Greenock retains its impressive Victorian buildings, not least the 245-foot Victoria Tower which remains incomplete.  
Day 10

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 11

Kirkwall

Kirkwall. Located in the heart of the Orkney Islands, Kirkwall is a charming town that's rich in history and culture. The town's main attraction is the magnificent St. Magnus Cathedral, which boasts stunning architecture and a fascinating history. You can also visit the Earl's Palace, a Renaissance masterpiece that's now a ruin. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring the scenic landscapes, taking a stroll along the coast, and watching the wildlife. Whether you're interested in history, culture, or nature, Kirkwall offers a unique experience that's sure to delight you.  
Day 12

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 13

Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city, is a must-visit destination for travelers seeking a mix of history, culture, and natural beauty. The city is known for its stunning architecture, including the iconic Edinburgh Castle perched atop a hill overlooking the city. Visitors can explore the castle's history and enjoy panoramic views of the city. Additionally, Edinburgh boasts a vibrant arts scene, with numerous festivals held throughout the year, including the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival. For those seeking outdoor adventure, the nearby Pentland Hills offer hiking trails and breathtaking vistas. Edinburgh truly has something for everyone.
Day 14

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 15

Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne is a captivating city with a rich history and vibrant culture. Located in the northeast of England, it offers visitors a unique blend of traditional and modern attractions. One of the main highlights is the iconic Angel of the North sculpture, which can be seen from miles away. The city also boasts numerous museums, galleries, and theaters, as well as fantastic shopping and dining options. Sports fans will love visiting St James' Park, home of Newcastle United Football Club. 
 
Day 16

At Sea

You’ll always find a place to bask in the sun onboard or find the outdoor whirlpools, swimming pools, and ample sun loungers, or simply relax with a book or a cocktail and enjoy the peace of the company of newfound friends. Activities and entertainment tend to ramp up on days at sea because everyone is onboard the ship. You might notice more trivia contests, tournaments in the casino, afternoon shows in the theater, musical entertainment, poolside activities, and even special classes not offered on other days of your cruise. 
Day 17

Southampton - Disembark Aurora

Southampton is a picturesque city on the south coast of England, with plenty of attractions to offer visitors. History buffs can visit the Tudor House and Gardens or the medieval Bargate, while art lovers can explore the SeaCity Museum or the City Art Gallery. For a unique experience, take a stroll through the historic Old Town and visit the Titanic Engineers' Memorial. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy the stunning views at the Itchen Valley Country Park or the Southampton Common. And don't forget to sample some of the delicious local seafood while you're here!