2-Night Cruise from Newcastle


6th September - 8th September
Monday to Wednesday
Inside
Unavailable
Oceanview
Unavailable
Verandah
£1,333
Concierge
£2,002

Prices are illustrative only and cannot be guaranteed. They are an example total package price for 4 guests (2 adults and 2 children). Correct as @ 8am on 10th June 2021.


11th September - 13th September
Saturday to Monday
Inside
£1,239
Oceanview
£1,335
Verandah
£1,648
Concierge
£2,625

Prices are illustrative only and cannot be guaranteed. They are an example total package price for 4 guests (2 adults and 2 children). Correct as @ 8am on 10th June 2021.


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3-Night Cruise from Newcastle


3rd September - 6th September
Friday to Monday
Inside
Unavailable
Oceanview
Unavailable
Verandah
£2,403
Concierge
£3,752

Prices are illustrative only and cannot be guaranteed. They are an example total package price for 4 guests (2 adults and 2 children). Correct as @ 8am on 10th June 2021.


8th September - 11th September
Wednesday to Saturday
Inside
Unavailable
Oceanview
Unavailable
Verandah
Unavailable
Concierge
£3,027

Prices are illustrative only and cannot be guaranteed. They are an example total package price for 4 guests (2 adults and 2 children). Correct as @ 8am on 10th June 2021.


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Newcastle (Port of Tyne) Cruise Terminal

Address: Port of Tyne International Passenger Terminal, Cobledene, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE29 6EE

How to get there

Located in North Shields, approximately 8 miles east of the city of Newcastle, the cruise terminal is easy to reach both by car and public transport.

By train: The nearest mainline train station is Newcastle Central Station. From there you can take the Metro to Percy Main Metro Station which is about a 20 minute walk or a short bus or taxi drive to the terminal.

By bus: A DFDS shuttle bus to the cruise terminal is available whether you are a DFDS passenger or not. The shuttle leaves Bewick Street opposite Newcastle Central Station. You can pay onboard or book in advance online.

By car: The terminal is easy to find by road by following the signs on the A19 northbound. Use the postcode NE29 6EE for your sat nav.

Parking: The Port of Tyne car park is walking distance to the terminal building and is open from 7am to 8pm daily.

Terminal Facilities

The terminal building includes seating for up to 800 guests, a licensed bar and café for snacks and meals, a shop selling essential travel items, an ATM machine and full internet access.

About Newcastle

Newcastle is a modern, vibrant city situated on the north bank of the River Tyne. With over 2,000 years of history, it is a treasure-trove of historical architecture and sites such as Hadrian’s Wall. The city boasts wonderful parks and green spaces, a waterfront filled with modern art galleries, and excellent shopping and dining opportunities. The cruise terminal is located at the Port of Tyne complex about 8 miles east of the city of Newcastle.

Things to do and see near Newcastle Cruise Terminal

Newcastle Castle – 18 minutes by car
Although no longer new, this medieval castle is what gave the city its name. Originally built by the son of William the Conqueror, the ancient castle is steeped in history and includes a whole range of attractions that’ll appeal to adults and kids alike.

Seven Stories – 20 minutes by car
The perfect day out for young bookworms, Seven Stories, part of the National Centre for Children’s Books, features unique exhibitions, fun activities and lively events which bring children’s books to life.

The International Centre for Life – 20 minutes by car
Life opened with the purpose of inspiring everyone to enjoy science and discover its relevance to their own lives. This unusual museum encourages exploration through the use of hands-on exhibitions, interactive zones and immersive activities and is a must-visit destination for families of all ages.

The Tyne Bridge – 15 minutes by car
A defining symbol of Tyneside, this famous arch bridge over the River Tyne links Newcastle and Gateshead. The bridge was designed by the engineering firm who later designed the Forth Road Bridge and officially opened in 1928 by King George V.

 

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