Independent cruise guide showcasing all the cruise lines which sail round trip from Dover.  All cruises featured on this website, depart and return to the Port of Dover and require no-flying.  Other cruise lines that may use Dover as a port-of-call or for an embarkation or disembarkation point only are not featured.
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2018 Schedule / Departure Calendar of No Fly Round Trip Dover Cruises


Which cruise lines sail round trip from Dover?

From March to October 2018 the following cruise lines will operate a range of round trip cruises sailing from the Port of Dover:






Disney Cruise Line  |  Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines  |   Princess Cruises  |   Saga Cruises |  Seabourn


Where do cruises go from Dover?

Many cruises sailing from Dover take advantage of its position to offer Northern based cruises to Scandinavia / Baltic, Norwegian Fjords, Norway’s North Cape (Midnight Sun) and the Arctic Circle (The Northern Lights).
Cruise departures are sometimes also available sailing to the Mediterranean, Africa, Middle East, Canary Islands plus even further afield, such as to the Caribbean, USA or even full World Cruises.



Hassle free no-fly cruises!

Cruising from a UK port is a fabulous way to cruise because it removes the ‘hassle factor’ of possible flight delays, strikes, volcanic ash disruptions, lengthy airport check-in, restrictions on hand luggage and the lugging of baggage through busy airports. Simply arrive at the port, check-in and start to your holiday straight away!

The Port of Dover Cruise Terminal

The Port of Dover has two terminals:
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
The terminals can accommodate up to three ships at once and welcome around 200,000 cruise passengers per year with around 170 cruise port of calls and turnarounds.