Dundee is home to one of the UK’s northernmost cruise terminals, providing cruising opportunities for the Highlands and Northeast Scotland. It is Scotland’s fourth largest city and is home to a couple of significant maritime landmarks including the Maritime and Whaling Museum and the RRS Discovery – which was used by Captain Robert Scott on the first Antarctic expedition.
Situated at the mouth of the River Tay, the Port of Dundee is ideally located as a starting point for cruises via the North Sea to Iceland, the Norwegian fjords and the Baltic nations. Cruise and Maritime Voyages operate regular itineraries from Dundee to these destinations.
There are ample parking facilities from anyone taking a cruise from Dundee and good road access from Aberdeen, Perth and Edinburgh. Dundee railway station offers access from across Scotland and beyond and is located less than three miles away from the port.