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Cruises from Cape Town
When it comes to cruises from Cape Town, this page is the spot to look. Cheap cruises, specials and packages are all here - ready for you to browse, book and sail away on your perfect holiday. Don't miss out on an oceangoing adventure in 2016, 2017 or 2018!
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South Africa's third biggest city, Cape Town is certainly amongst the most beautiful.Overlooked by flat-topped Table Mountain and bounded by the waters of the South Atlantic, it is an attractive place to live and visit. The multicultural urban area is also full of things to see and explore: the botanical gardens, the amazing design, the beaches, the brightly-coloured Bo-Kaap neighbourhood, and plenty more.
Departing on a cruise from Cape Town is a great way to farewell this vibrant city - just imagine sailing away with a view over the iconic Table Mountain and around the bottom of the African continent. What a way to start a holiday!
Cape Town cruise lines and destinations
The selection of cruising options out of Cape Town is limited, but keep an eye on this page and you just might come across some amazing voyages with options for last minute cruises, all inclusive packages and cruises which vary from a few days and nights to several. Cunard offers the occasional Cape Town departure, and you can also get onboard an all-inclusive cruise with luxury lines like Silversea.
Often on the agenda are other African ports such as Port Elizabeth, Durban, Maputo in Mozambique and others up the eastern coast. Cunard's world cruise sectors often head to Mauritius and across to Australia as part of a circumnavigation. Other well known cruise lines that sail through the region include Princess cruises, cruises with P&O, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity cruises.
Cape Town cruise port
Cruise ships in Cape Town generally dock at E-Berth Passenger Terminal which is quite close to the centre of town. There is a bus stop near the entrance to the port, and it is walking distance from the popular Victoria and Albert Waterfront complex, which is billed as the site of a future new cruise terminal.