European Cruises

Embark on a luxury cruise around Europe with Scenic Eclipse

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Experience true 6-star luxury across the European continent on an ocean cruise with Scenic Eclipse. 

Northern Europe is yours to explore with Scenic Eclipse, as the World’s First Discovery Yachts take you on a tour of the enigmatic villages, towns and cities of the Nordic nations and the continent’s mainland. Exclusive experiences include High Tea with Lord and Lady Dunleath at their private country estate, Ballywater Park, in Belfast.

Journey across the seafaring nations of Spain, Portugal, France and the Netherlands. These historical destinations will rekindle your imagination with tales of rich heritage, old-time navy ports and discovery voyages across the Atlantic to discover the New World.

Whether your experience is cultural or historical, when enjoyed on board Scenic Eclipse, it will redefine luxury, opulence and elegance.

Discover - Amsterdam

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Discover Amsterdam, a beautifully quaint and multicultural Northern European city that’s perfect to bookend any cruise itinerary. From casual bike rides around the ergonomic cityscape, to taking in the gorgeous, ‘lost-in-time’ architecture and independent shopping boutiques, Amsterdam has something for everyone.

Visit Anne Frank’s house for a poignant insight into history, taste local beer in the Heineken factory and smell the lush, encapsulating scent of tulips - an iconic symbol of Dutch culture. 

Discover - Lisbon


From the city’s iconic yellow trams, to its vibrant and exciting food and historical architecture, such as the impressive São Jorge Castle, Lisbon is a diverse city with enough character for even the most experienced traveller.

Established well before the Roman Empire, Lisbon, one of the oldest cities in Western Europe, can trace its history back to 1200 BC. And the destination’s rich and cultural history can definitely be felt by simply strolling along the streets. The quaint Praça Luís de Camões square is dedicated to the 16th-century poet of the same name, echoing the romantic literary streak that is interwoven in the city’s history. Elsewhere, the Torre de Belem is a beautifully intricate and largely intact 16th-century fort that once stood in the face of battle and attacks from enemies across the Tagus river.