Belfast, Northern Ireland

The capital of Northern Ireland - part of the United Kingdom - Belfast has experienced a renaissance since the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 that promised an end to the decades-old "Troubles" between Catholics and Protestants. Stretching along both sides of the River Lagan, this graceful city of Victorian and Edwardian buildings has become a cosmopolitan tourist destination. Once a major industrial center, Belfast is also your gateway to the rich, Irish countryside of Counties Antrim and Down.

Belfast was an industrial giant in the 19th century, famed for its linen and its shipyards. Explore this exuberant city, marvel at the Giant's Causeway or shop for superb Irish linens.

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Points of Interest

  • Giant's Causeway
  • Antrim Coast
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial
  • Belfast Pubs
  • Botanic Gardens
  • Londonderry
  • Downpatrick
  • Carrickfergus Castle
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  • Giant's Causeway

    Along the Antrim Coast is the world-renowned Giant's Causeway. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Giant's Causeway is considered the Eighth Wonder of the World.

  • Antrim Coast

    The Antrim Coast in the north of Northern Ireland, is one of the most scenic coastlines in Britain and Ireland, with breathtaking landscapes, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, and the dramatic cliff-side ruins of Dunluce Castle.

  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial

    The Titanic Memorial, located on the east grounds of Belfast City Hall, honors those who died in the RMS Titanic disaster, and includes a list of all those who perished on April 15, 1912.

  • Belfast Pubs

    Belfast Pubs have been the cornerstone of Belfast life for centuries. Some have music, many have good food and all offer a great pint or a comforting hot whiskey and loads of craic (the term for fun and conversation in Irish).

  • Botanic Gardens

    The Botanic Gardens reflect Belfast's Victorian heritage, boasting two notable period buildings, a children's playground, a bowling green, a rose garden and assorted tropical plants and trees.

  • Londonderry

    Originally named Derry, Londonderry is the second largest city in Northern Ireland and lies on the west bank of the River Foyle. It features an almost completely preserved circuit of medieval walls.

  • Downpatrick

    The town of Downpatrick in County Down, Northern Ireland has a strong connection to St. Patrick. It is here that St. Patrick began the conversion of Ireland and built his first church.

  • Carrickfergus Castle

    Considered the first real Irish Castle, Carrickfergus was built in 1180 by the Norman John de Courcy to guard the approach to Belfast.

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Highlights of Belfast (Wheelchair Accessible)

3.5 hours | Belfast | BFS-201
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial
  • Botanic Gardens

This half-day narrated drive takes you through Belfast's prominent sites and neighborhoods that once garnered international headlines. Your tour begins with a scenic drive into Belfast City Centre. Upon arriving in the City Centre, you will witness the Grand Opera House and Victorian and Edwardian buildings. You will pass Queen's University before stopping to enjoy an independent brief walk through the Botanic Gardens. You will continue to the Shankill Road, an authentic working-class community, and the Falls Roads area, where murals on almost every gable wall tell the story of its violent past and its belief in the future. You will stop to take photos at the Harland & Wolff shipyard where the Titanic was built and launched, then make your way to Stormont, the building designed to hold Northern Ireland's parliament.

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Belfast City & Crumlin Road Gaol

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-235

History buffs will enjoy delving deeper into Belfast's past on a guided driving tour that takes in the city's highlights followed by a fascinating visit to historic Crumlin Road Gaol, an infamous Victorian-era prison. Board a comfortable motorcoach and pass such sights as the Grand Opera House and the Queen's University. A photo stop will be made at Belfast City Hall, at Protestant Shankill Road and at Catholic Falls Road, where the Peace Wall, covered in political murals, is located. Continue on to the Crumlin Road Gaol, a red sandstone and black basalt structure. The jail, called the 'Alcatraz of Europe,' has been the site of bombings, breakouts and protests over its 150 years as a functional jail. Explore prison life, walk through the hallways and into the cells for an eerie, spine-tingling experience. Step into the small museum and shop before returning to the ship.

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Highlights of Belfast (Guided in French)

3.5 hours | Belfast | BFS-204
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial
  • Botanic Gardens

This half-day narrated drive takes you through Belfast's prominent sites and neighborhoods that once garnered international headlines. Your tour begins with a scenic drive into Belfast City Centre. Upon arriving in the City Centre, you will witness the Grand Opera House and Victorian and Edwardian buildings. You will pass Queen's University before stopping to enjoy an independent brief walk through the Botanic Gardens. You will continue to the Shankill Road, an authentic working-class community, and the Falls Roads area, where murals on almost every gable wall tell the story of its violent past and its belief in the future. You will stop to take photos at the Harland & Wolff shipyard where the Titanic was built and launched, then make your way to Stormont, the building designed to hold Northern Ireland's parliament.

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Highlights of Belfast

3.5 hours | Belfast | BFS-200
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial
  • Botanic Gardens

This half-day narrated drive takes you through Belfast's prominent sites and neighborhoods that once garnered international headlines. Your tour begins with a scenic drive into Belfast City Centre. Upon arriving in the City Centre, you will witness the Grand Opera House and Victorian and Edwardian buildings. You will pass Queen's University before stopping to enjoy an independent brief walk through the Botanic Gardens. You will continue to the Shankill Road, an authentic working-class community, and the Falls Roads area, where murals on almost every gable wall tell the story of its violent past and its belief in the future. You will stop to take photos at the Harland & Wolff shipyard where the Titanic was built and launched, then make your way to Stormont, the building designed to hold Northern Ireland's parliament.

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Coastal Drive & Glens of Antrim

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-295
  • Antrim Coast

County Antrim unveils itself on this half-day narrated drive. Your tour takes you through breathtaking coastal countryside and the towns of Larne and Carnlough to the beautiful Glenariff forest Park. Glenariff Forest Park is situated amid the world famous Glens of Antrim and is considered to be the most beautiful of the nine glens. You will make a stop for snacks and beverages at the ideally situated Glenariff Tea & Craft Shop in Forest Park. With diverse woodland habitats, superb natural beauty and spectacular views, Glenariff Forest Park is called the "Queen of the Glens." Your leisurely return drive travels through countryside reaching the outskirts of Belfast, passing the town of Ballymena before returning to the pier.

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Coastal Drive & Glens of Antrim (Wheelchair Accessible)

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-296
  • Antrim Coast

County Antrim unveils itself on this half-day narrated drive. Your tour takes you through breathtaking coastal countryside and the towns of Larne and Carnlough to the beautiful Glenariff forest Park. Glenariff Forest Park is situated amid the world famous Glens of Antrim and is considered to be the most beautiful of the nine glens. You will make a stop for snacks and beverages at the ideally situated Glenariff Tea & Craft Shop in Forest Park. With diverse woodland habitats, superb natural beauty and spectacular views, Glenariff Forest Park is called the 'Queen of the Glens.' Your leisurely return drive travels through countryside reaching the outskirts of Belfast, passing the town of Ballymena before returning to the pier.

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A Walk Through Historic Belfast

3.75 hours | Belfast | BFS-385

Belfast is a treasure trove of sights, each offering a glimpse into the history and culture of this fascinating city. See Belfast as the locals do, on a guided half-day walking tour of its historic core that includes a visit to St. Anne's Cathedral and the Duke of York pub. A scenic motorcoach ride begins the day, then commence down the bustling streets lined with ornate buildings and landmarks such as St Patrick's Catholic Church, The Old Poor House dating back to the 1770s, the Library and the Belfast Telegraph office as your knowledgeable guide adds lively commentary. A visit to St. Anne's Cathedral, also known as Belfast Cathedral, is an opportunity to admire its neo-Romanesque exterior and unique black and white marble interior. An integral part of Belfast history is its pubs, and you'll stop for a beverage in the Duke of York.

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Titanic Belfast® & City Drive

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-210
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial

Your fascinating four-hour tour begins as you board your motorcoach bound for Belfast. Reminders of Belfast's prosperous past are evident in the many fine buildings that dot the city. Your informative guide will point out areas of interest such as Queen's University, the Botanic Gardens, and City Hall. You will continue to drive to the former shipyard of Harland and Wolff where you will marvel at the striking ultra-modern building resembling the hulls of four ships. Inside, interactive exhibits will uncover the story of the Titanic, from her conception, construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and final place in history. Later with time permitting, enjoy free time taking in the breathtaking views, dine in one of the restaurants or browse the gift shops. At the end of the excursion, you will return to your motorcoach and travel along the same scenic route back to your ship.

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Belfast Highlights & Hillsborough Castle

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-225
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial

A sightseeing drive past Belfast's most popular sites includes stately City Hall, the Linen Hall Library, Queen's University, and Waterfront Hall. Then, you'll leave the city for the short ride to Hillsborough Castle. Built in the 1770s, the mansion is the official residence of the British Royal Family when they're visiting Northern Ireland. Set on 96 acres, the grounds boast woodlands, waterways, and gardens that feature rare plants. A guided tour through this distinguished two-story Georgian mansion includes the State Room, where all visiting dignitaries are formally welcomed; Candlestick Hall, where members of the Royal family and visiting dignitaries sign the visitors' book. Next, you'll visit the castle's two dining rooms and the Throne Room, where citizenship ceremonies are held. At the conclusion of the tour, feel free to meander through the lovely gardens or stroll to Hillsborough village before rejoining your coach for the ride back to your ship.

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St. Patrick Centre, Down Cathedral & Saul

7.75 hours | Belfast | BFS-110
  • Downpatrick

Travel to Downpatrick and walk in the footsteps of the world's most celebrated saint. You will visit St. Patrick's Centre for an interactive experience that chronicles the epic story of Ireland's Patron Saint. Next, you are free to explore this traditional Northern Ireland town and grab a bite to eat on your own. Down Cathedral is your next stop. Here you will witness the unique Regency box-pews and the bishop's throne, a reminder of the days when trials were held in the cathedral. Keep your camera on hand for a photo of St. Patrick's Grave. You will continue to Saul Church, a replica of an early Christian church that stands on the site where legend has it that Patrick preached his first sermon in Ireland. Your tour continues with a ferry ride for the short crossing to Portaferry on the Ards Peninsula. You will travel alongside the banks of Lough Strangford and enjoy entertaining views of the countryside and farm villages before reaching Grey Abbey. There will be time for a short visit before your return journey to Belfast port.

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Local Connections: Belfast City Walk & Pub Life by Night

2.5 hours | Belfast | BFS-860
  • Belfast Pubs

Fun is on tap on a guided evening stroll through the humming streets of Belfast. Take in the local color and toast to your good fortune on this lively 2.5-hour tour that visits two local pubs. Pub life has been a cornerstone of Belfast society for centuries, and each tavern is as unique as the proprietors that run them. A motorcoach takes you into the city center to visit two of the following establishments. 19th century The Morning Star, one of the city's most historic pubs; McHughs Bar, located in one of Belfast's oldest buildings with a rich and colorful past; Bittles Bar, a curious triangular 1861 building decorated with gilded shamrocks; and White's Tavern, founded in 1630 and displaying newspaper clippings dating back to the 19th century. Return to the ship via the motorcoach.

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Londonderry

8.25 hours | Belfast | BFS-145
  • Londonderry

Your tour begins with a scenic two-hour drive through a rich countryside of villages and small farms, past neatly tended fields and flocks of grazing sheep. You will travel through Glenshane Pass with views of the open moors and the distant Sperrin Mountains. You will then descend from the Pass and travel through forest and woodland to Londonderry, the only completely walled city remaining in the British Isles. Upon arriving, you will make a stop for tea, coffee, and scones before embarking on a walking tour of the walls. Your tour guide will lead you on an approximately 45-minute walk along the walls. Among the sights is the Guildhall, a late Gothic-style building with stained glass windows illustrating the city's history. Your tour concludes at a local Irish pub where lunch awaits.

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Giant's Causeway (Guided in German)

5.25 hours | Belfast | BFS-108
  • Antrim Coast
  • Giant's Causeway

Visit Giant's Causeway, one of the world's natural wonders and the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland, on this half-day tour. En route you will see Dunluce Castle and make a quick photo stop outside this majestic fortress, one of Ireland's most romantic and breathtaking castles, perched on the rocky Antrim coast. Upon arriving at the Causeway, you will have the option of walking the approximately three-quarters of a mile path down to the cliff bottom or taking a transfer bus to and from the Causeway. Before your return drive to the pier, you will make a photo stop at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge viewing point.

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A Discovery Exclusive: Titanic & Crumlin Road Gaol

8 hours | Belfast | BFS-160
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial

Discover Belfast's fascinating history on a full-day adventure that begins with a panoramic motorcoach tour through its vibrant city center and visits a Victorian prison and Titanic museum. Board a motorcoach and drive past the city's fine buildings and landmarks, pausing for photo stops at City Hall and the Peace Wall, where a series of brightly painted political murals are located. Continue on to the Victorian Crumlin Road Gaol, an infamous prison that was in operation for more that 150 years. Visit the cells and walk the hallways once populated with inmates. Tuck into lunch in this foreboding setting – one meal you won't forget! Then it is on to the incredible Titanic Belfast® experience. This ultra-modern exhibit uncovers the story of the Titanic through interactive displays from her conception, construction and launch to her famous maiden voyage and final place in history. Return to port at the conclusion of this memorable day.

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Local Connections: Giant's Causeway

5.25 hours | Belfast | BFS-105
  • Antrim Coast
  • Giant's Causeway

Visit Giant's Causeway, one of the world's natural wonders and the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland, on this half-day tour. En route you will see Dunluce Castle and make a quick photo stop outside this majestic fortress, one of Ireland's most romantic and breathtaking castles, perched on the rocky Antrim coast. Upon arriving at the Causeway, you will have the option of walking the approximately three-quarters of a mile path down to the cliff bottom or taking a transfer bus to and from the Causeway. Before your return drive to the pier, you will make a photo stop at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge viewing point.

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A Discovery Exclusive: Ultimate Giants Causeway

9 hours | Belfast | BFS-155
  • Antrim Coast
  • Giant's Causeway

Travel along one of the world's most scenic coastlines, the Antrim Coast, on this full-day Discovery Exclusive adventure to the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, considered the Eighth Wonder of the World. Board your comfortable motorcoach and set off on a narrated tour through charming towns and past breathtaking vistas. Pause for refreshments during your three-hour drive and photograph such iconic landmarks as the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. A local establishment serves traditional Northern Ireland fare. A member of the conservation team will greet you at the Giant's Causeway site, an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. According to legend, a giant formed the causeway so he could travel from Ireland to Scotland to visit his lover, but scientists believe the hexagonal columns resulted from cooling lava flows. Explore this geographical wonder as well as the unique flora and fauna on a naturalist-led adventure. Relax on the return to port.

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Bon Appetit Recommended: Belfast Culinary Trail

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-305
  • Belfast Pubs

Foodies unite! A cornucopia of tasty delights greets you on this four-hour guided walking tour of Belfast's top gastronomic hot spots. Lace up your walking shoes, meet your enthusiastic guide and embark on a fun-filled stroll to a variety of eating establishments in the city center, each specifically chosen to highlight the unique foods of Northern Ireland. Your guides are avid food enthusiasts who take great care and pride in providing each guest with a rewarding experience. The best way to get to know a city is through its food, and this tour highlights what makes Belfast so appealing… and delicious! As you stroll through historic neighborhoods, you'll interact with the locals, such as the gourmet shop owners, and taste the generous offerings in marketplaces brimming with fresh produce and gastro pubs serving up microbrews. At the conclusion of your tour, return to port via motorcoach with a tummy filled with delicious memories.

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Giant's Causeway & Antrim Coast

9 hours | Belfast | BFS-100
  • Antrim Coast
  • Giant's Causeway

Your two-hour panoramic drive along the Antrim Coast takes you past Larne, an ancient town with modern port, shopping and leisure facilities, and the fine harbor of Carnlough. You will stop for coffee and scones then continue on through Ballycastle, home to the oldest surviving remains of Bonamargie Friary. You will make a photo stop at the viewing point for the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge before continuing to a local hotel where lunch will be served, followed by a photo stop at Dunluce Castle, one of Ireland's most romantic and breathtaking castles. Next, you will drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Giant's Causeway site, an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. Here, you will have the option of walking the approximately three-quarters of a mile path down to the cliff bottom to view the Causeway or taking a transfer bus to and from this natural wonder.

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Traditional Irish Bread Making

4.5 hours | Belfast | BFS-310
  • City Hall & Titanic Memorial

Travel to a scenic country cottage to learn the secrets of traditional Irish bread making. You can observe the lesson or get hands-on; then enjoy tasting the fresh-baked treats with a cup of tea or coffee.
Your outing begins with a panoramic tour of Belfast, including a ride past through the Protestant and Catholic sections and into the city center. Continue to picturesque Strangford Lough. Alongside this sheltered bay, baking expert Tracey Jeffrey conducts classes in her thatched-roof cottage. Step inside and join Tracey (subject to availability) and her expert baker as they reveal their professional secrets for baking the perfect loaf of bread. Stand back and watch, or roll up your sleeves and join in, as they take you through the steps - from flour to dough to fresh, hot steaming loaves of bread. Afterward, sample the fresh-baked treats with a cup of tea or coffee.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Car Class Half Day (Driver Only)

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-935

Vehicles with a driver are offered on a half-day (four hours, morning or afternoon) or full-day (eight hours) basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Van Class Half Day (Driver Only)

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-930

Vehicles with a driver are offered on a half-day (four hours, morning or afternoon) or full-day (eight hours) basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Car Class Half Day (With Guide)

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-915

Vehicles with a guide are offered on a half-day (four hours, morning or afternoon) or full-day (eight hours) basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Van Class Half Day (With Guide)

4 hours | Belfast | BFS-910

Vehicles with an English-speaking guide are generally offered on a half-day (four hours, morning or afternoon) or full-day (eight hours) basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Car Class Full Day (Driver Only)

8 hours | Belfast | BFS-925

Vehicles with a driver are generally offered on a full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Van Class Full Day (Driver Only)

8 hours | Belfast | BFS-920

Vehicles with a driver are offered on a half-day (four hours, morning or afternoon) or full-day (eight hours) basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Car Class Full Day (With Guide)

8 hours | Belfast | BFS-905

Vehicles with an English-speaking guide are generally offered on a full-day basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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Belfast by Private Vehicle - Van Class Full Day (With Guide)

8 hours | Belfast | BFS-900

Vehicles with an English-speaking guide are offered on a half-day (four hours, morning or afternoon) or full-day (eight hours) basis. No deviations to duration, departure or return time can be made. This is a private arrangement those accompanying you are the family or friends with whom you agree to share costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle. Vehicles are extremely limited reserve early. These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided among the party. Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return to the Tour Office as soon as possible.

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