About our cruises from NewcastleIf culture-packed cities and dramatic scenery are your holiday must-haves, our cruises from Newcastle fit the brief. You’ll get to hop between Medieval old towns on our Baltic itineraries, which take in destinations like Tallinn, Riga and Helsinki. Alternatively, some of our holidays from Newcastle zero in on Norway, ranging from 7-day taster cruises to 14-nighters.
Our no-fly cruises from the UK take place on some of the newest members of our fleet. Marella Discovery and Marella Explorer are just two of the All Inclusive ships you can set sail with, depending on the season.
As for Newcastle itself, this former industrial hub has risen from the ashes without a mark. It’s transformed itself into a modern metropolis, known for its cutting-edge architecture, party-hard nightlife and vibrant art galleries.
If you’re after a bargain, check out our latest cruise deals from Newcastle.
How to get to Newcastle PortIt’s easy to get to Newcastle’s Port of Tyne – just follow our directions below.
Car: The Port of Tyne’s easily accessible from the A1 motorway, which is around 20 minutes’ drive away. Head for Port of Tyne International Passenger Terminal, Cobledene, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE29 6EE. Upon arrival at the port, have your Marella Cruises documentation to hand. The port staff will direct you to the luggage drop area and the car park.
Coach: We’ve teamed up with Intercruises to provide coach transfers to and from the Port of Tyne, with lots of pick-up points across the UK. Log on to www.intercruises.com/marella or call 0131 297 4391 to book your seat.
Train: Newcastle Central Station is 10 miles or half an hour’s cab ride from the cruise terminal, with intercity services serving Edinburgh, York and London. London can be reached in less than three hours.
Air: The airport lies 15 miles to the north of the Port of Tyne. Taxi journeys normally take around 30 minutes. Newcastle International Airport is served by flights from many UK airports.