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2023 Highlands, Castles & Iconic Tee Times

2023 Highlands, Castles & Iconic Tee Times

£6899 per person

11 Nights | 3 Rounds | September 15 – September 27

Golf Travel Cruise presents this exceptional 11-night cruise with 3-rounds of golf.

This special cruise takes its unmistakable character from the many sights of the island kingdom with its charming villages, the Scottish Highlands, grand castles, Stone Age monuments and the home of the Beatles.

This interesting golfing adventure takes you around the British Isles, visiting the full spectrum of classic golf design. Each course is a special highlight in itself. An absolute must for golfers who don’t just appreciate the game, but also the aesthetics of a golf course. In order words: a cruise for connoisseurs.

Experience the world’s best golf courses with Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.

11 Nights Tour
21+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Hamburg to Hamburg
  • Departure Time
    Embark / 6:00PM
  • Return Time
    Disembark / 9:00AM
  • Dress Code
    There is no set dress code on board the EUROPA 2. However, we would like to recommend smart-casual clothing for evening wear in the restaurants: Gentlemen may wish to wear a jacket or a summer suit - a tie is not necessary.

Friday, 15.09.2023

Individual travel arrangements to cruise departure point

Hamburg/Germany, departure 19.00 hrs

Look forward to an evening departure along the Elbe on board the EUROPA 2.

Saturday, 16.09.2023

Relaxation at sea

Sunday, 17.09.2023

Newhaven (Edinburgh)/Scotland/Great Britain  , 8.00 - 18.00 hrs

Experience the very best of Edinburgh: the Queen's residence at Holyrood Palace*, Edinburgh Castle* and the Royal Mile are particularly charming. You can also enjoy a cream tea* at the Georgian Hopetoun House in typical British style.

Monday, 18.09.2023

Invergordon/Scotland/Great Britain , 8.00 - 18.30 hrs

From Invergordon in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, head to the legendary Loch Ness* and hear the story surrounding the monster Nessie. Follow this with a trip to the striking ruins of Urquhart Castle* and Inverness*, the capital of the Scottish Highlands.

Tuesday, 19.09.2023

Portree/Isle of Skye/Scotland/Great Britain , 10.00 - 17.00 hrs

The idyllic fishing village is the ideal starting point for exploring the north of the island and the Skye Museum of Island Life*. Eilean Donan Castle* is another highlight - the castle featured in Highlander and is the most-photographed scene in Scotland.

Wednesday, 20.09.2023

Douglas/Isle of Man/Great Britain , 13.00 - 22.00 hrs

The Isle of Man is an oasis of calm in the middle of the Irish Sea and is sure to make an impression with its quaint little towns, a ride on the historic steam train* and Castle Rushen*. Alternatively, opt for one of the most beautiful hikes* along the south coast.

Thursday, 21.09.2023

Dublin**/Ireland , 7.00 - 18.00 hrs

The Irish capital will charm you with its unique character and array of sights. Get to know the grand buildings, modern shopping centres and the impressive St. Patrick's Cathedral, which is over 800 years old. Delve into the art of brewing at the Guinness Storehouse*, a museum devoted to Ireland's national drink.

Friday, 22.09.2023

Liverpool/England/Great Britain , 8.00 - 0.00 hrs

Known as a city of football clubs and the home of the Beatles, Liverpool is just waiting to be discovered with its impressive cathedrals, ornate buildings, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Albert Dock and the Queen Victoria Monument. At "The Beatles Story" exhibition*, music lovers can immerse themselves in the world of the famous band.

Saturday, 23.09.2023

Relaxation at sea

Sunday, 24.09.2023

Falmouth/England/Great Britain , 8.30 - 17.00 hrs

Cornwall is brimming with romantic fishing villages and steep rugged cliffs, making it probably the most scenic part of England. The peninsula of Land's End, Lelant - the birthplace of Rosamunde Pilcher - and the art colony of St Ives are just some of the highlights* to be seen in Cornwall.

Monday, 25.09.2023

Portsmouth/England/Great Britain, 8.00 - 20.00 hrs

Fans of myths and legends will enjoy an excursion to Stonehenge*, Europe's most famous Stone Age monument. Alternatively, explore the most famous sights of London* with a city tour.

Tuesday, 26.09.2023

Relaxation at sea

Wednesday, 27.09.2023

Hamburg/Germany, arrival 7.00 hrs

Individual travel arrangements from cruise arrival point


This interesting golfing adventure takes you around the British Isles, visiting the full spectrum of classic golf design. Each course is a special highlight in itself. An absolute must for golfers who don't just appreciate the game, but also the aesthetics of a golf course. In order words: a cruise for connoisseurs.Sun 17.09.2023 Newhaven (Edinburgh), Scotland - Dalmahoy Country Club - East Course - additional course 1 This golf course is a challenge in typical English style. Be prepared to focus on precision as you play, as the rather narrow fairways make it all the more important that you keep your ball headed in the right direction. A round of golf here is certainly a special experience. The championship course also has plenty of water hazards in store, which find their way into play now and then.
Mon 18.09.2023 Invergordon, Scotland - Royal Dornoch Golf Club
There is evidence that golf was played here as early as 1616. The historic links course that now exists was founded in 1877. It is at its best in late spring and early summer, when the natural setting glows with the flowers of the gorse bushes and surrounds a large proportion of the holes with a wall of yellow. In typical links style, the holes lie directly along the North Sea coast, with the fairways running almost side by side between the gorse and the coast until the ninth hole and then back in the direction of the clubhouse.
Thu 21.09.2023 Dublin, Ireland - Carton House - O'Meara Course
Not far from Dublin, you'll find two 18-hole parkland adventures around an old English manor house. The O'Meara Course on this itinerary was designed by the golf pro Mark O'Meara more than 20 years ago and is rated as one of the ten best parkland courses in Ireland. The generously proportioned fairways run past several historic buildings, giving the course its special allure.
Fri 22.09.2023 Liverpool, England - West Lancashire Golf Club
Look forward to highly modulated, narrow fairways with impenetrable roughs and fast greens. This is a prime example of a typical northern English links course. As well as tricky fairways, you'll have to contend with the constantly changing coastal wind as you play, which makes careful course management essential. This is authentic English golfing.
Sun 24.09.2023 Falmouth, England - Falmouth Golf Club - additional course 2
A typical parkland course with straight, open fairways that look out across the Atlantic from the steep coast of Cornwall. The wide fairways have manageable lengths, with just the proximity to the sea bringing the wind factor into play. This means players should take a cautious and forward-looking approach.
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