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  • Greenock (Glasgow, Scotland) to Dover (London, England)
  • Seabourn Sojourn 
  • 7 days 
  • 2nd August - 9th August 2025 
  • From £3,654 pp

*Price correct at time of publication 19.06.24 

Price shown as seen on the Seabourn website, no additional booking fees applied. 

Aug 02, 2025
Greenock (Glasgow), Scotland, United Kingdom

Aug 03, 2025
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Aug 04, 2025
Oban, Scotland, United Kingdom

Aug 05, 2025
At Sea

Aug 06, 07, 2025
Leith (Edinburgh), Scotland, United Kingdom

Aug 08, 2025
Great Yarmouth, England, United Kingdom

Aug 09, 2025
Dover (London), England, UK


Day 1

Date : 02/08/2025

Greenock (Glasgow)

The town of Greenock grew from a fishing village to become the site of the first dock on the River Clyde in 1711. Fishing and shipbuilding became its major industries and the area served as a jumping off point for passenger ships departing for Canada and the U.S., as well as many vital convoys during the Second World War. The town’s maritime history is celebrated at the Custom House Museum in the Princes Pier Railway Station and in the scale model of a 20-gun frigate suspended above the Sailor’s Loft of Old West Kirk. Built in 1591, Old West Kirk (church), contains a major collection of Pre-Raphaelite stained glass windows.

Day 2

Date : 03/08/2025

Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast is Northern Ireland’s fun-loving and cosmopolitan capital. Its seat of government is Stormont Castle, a beautiful baronial mansion. There is something of interest here for everyone: Victorian architecture, a glittering waterfront, modern art, and over 90 Irish pubs. The Giant's Ring, a 5,000-year- old stone ‘henge’ shows occupation here since the Bronze Age. The magnificent copper dome of Belfast City Hall dominates the city centre. Belfast is also the site of the memorial statue for R.M.S Titanic, because it was here that the ship was built in 1909. Mixing the traditional with the ultra-modern, the Titanic Belfast Museum commemorates the fate of Titanic in its architecture. Shaped like the great prow of the ocean liner, the museum’s exhibits tell the story of the ill-fated vessel.

Day 3

Date : 04/08/2025

Oban, Scotland

Oban is a small town on the west coast of Scotland. The site began as a small fishing outpost and has been occupied as such for literally thousands of years. Rural in its roots, the modern-day village of Oban grew around the famed whisky distillery founded in 1794. Renowned for its 14-year-old malt whisky, the Oban distillery has become a tourist attraction, drawing many visitors to the area.

Day 4

Date : 05/08/2025

At sea

Days 5 & 6

Date : 06/08/2025

Leith (Edinburgh)

Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is a city that effortlessly combines ancient history with a vibrant modern energy. Its streets are steeped in stories, from the cobblestones of the Old Town to the elegant Georgian avenues of the New Town, both recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visit Edinburgh Castle, majestically poised atop an ancient volcanic rock, and stroll the Royal Mile leading to the regal Palace of Holyroodhouse. Discover world-class art at the Scottish National Gallery and find serenity in the Princes Street Gardens. Marvel at the contemporary Scottish Parliament building, tour the decommissioned Royal Yacht Britannia, and when night falls, immerse yourself in Edinburgh's thriving cultural scene.

Day 7

Date : 08/08/2025

Great Yarmouth, England

Great Yarmouth is a resort town on the east coast of England. It's known for its long sandy beach. The Time and Tide Museum traces local history. The Nelson Museum focuses on the life of Admiral Horatio Nelson. There are penguins and sharks at the SEA LIFE aquarium. Merrivale Model Village features miniature landscapes and buildings. The Pleasure Beach and Joyland amusement parks have family rides.

Day 8

Date : 09/08/2025

Dover (London)

Approaching the coast, ships are greeted by the ethereal White Cliffs of Dover. This iconic strip of milky-white land serves as England's welcoming beacon, its stark beauty becoming more apparent as you draw closer. The coastline unfurls like a grand tapestry, its white chalk cliffs streaked with black flint, rising majestically 350 feet straight from the sea's embrace.

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Ocean View Suite from £3,654 per person

Veranda Suite from £4,079 per person 

Penthouse Suite from £5,439 per person