A FULL list of this year's cruise departures for Rosyth has been revealed. 

The port will see a total of 27 cruises dock, one less than last year, as cruise liners travel across Europe. 

Cruises from Rosyth will take passengers on a variety of adventures, from the likes of Hull and Lerwick, to Portugal in search of meteor showers and Olden to see the Norwegian Fjords in the summertime.

Cruises departing from Rosyth in 2024:

  • April 9: The Viking Venus travelling around the British Isles
  • April 24: The Sirena travelling from London to Barcelona
  • April 28: The Seabourn Venture travelling around Scotland and Ireland 
  • May 10: Le Bellot travelling to Shetland, Orkney and the Hebrides
  • May 11: Le Lyrial travelling around Scotland and Norway
  • May 24: Le Bellot travelling on private charter
  • May 26: The Viking Saturn travelling around Norway
  • May 31: The Amadea travelling around the United Kingdom
  • June 9: The Hamburg travelling from Kirkwall to Hull
  • June 17: The Viking Venus travelling around Norway
  • June 21: Le Dumont D’urville travelling on private charter
  • June 27: The Balmoral travelling around Norway
  • July 4: The Balmoral travelling around the Scottish Isles
  • July 12: The Balmoral travelling to Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Denmark
  • July 13: The Artania travelling around Iceland and Scotland
  • July 14: The Viking Neptune travelling around the British Isles
  • July 22: The Balmoral travelling around Iceland
  • August 2: The Balmoral travelling around Norway
  • August 7: The Balmoral travelling around Portugal’s islands
  • August 18: The Amadea travelling around the United Kingdom
  • August 22: The Balmoral travelling on a mini cruise to Newcastle
  • August 23: The Viking Venus travelling around the British Isles
  • August 24: The Sirena travelling from Oslo to London
  • August 28: Le Dumont D’urville travelling on a private charter
  • August 31: The Amadea travelling around the United Kingdom
  • September 11: Le Dumont D’urville travelling on a private charter
  • October 4: The Hamburg travelling from Canada to Greenland, Iceland and Germany

Rob Mason, head of cruise at Capital Cruising, added: “2024 will be our busiest cruise season yet on the River Forth.

"We are seeing cruise holidays increase in popularity in Scotland each year and ports like Rosyth offer the perfect regional location for people who can depart from here and cruise directly to many brilliant destinations across the UK and around the popular ports across Europe.

"We look forward to welcoming passenger to our ports in the spring and would encourage anyone new to cruise, to book one of the many fantastic itineraries from their local port!”