Cruise the British Isles 15 Days

Including Scotland and Ireland on the Luxury Cruise Liner “Regal Princess”

With a Full-time Mashgiach on board the ship!
Due to Covid-19 all our cruises tours for 2020 won’t be operated. During August 2020, we will publish our 2021 cruises tours dates & prices.
This special cruise will focus on the British Isles region. Our excursions will include visits to the England and Scotland – “The Land of the Gauls”, the whiskey and castles, the plaid kilts and the bagpipes. We will also visit Ireland – “The Emerald Isle,” the lush green island of diverse nature and landscapes, mountains and valleys, lakes and rivers, picturesque villages and medieval fortresses, endless green spaces and cliffs that break into the sea.


The luxury liner REGAL PRINCESS was launched in 2014 and it weighs in at 141,000 tons.
* 15 floors
* Restaurants and lounges with panoramic view windows
* An elegant boutique
* The relaxing LOTUS Spa
* Theater
* Bar area
* Upgraded Auditorium with amazing shows daily
* Expansive and elegant staterooms include refrigerator, TV, spacious closet, bathroom with shower

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The island has no representation in the British Parliament, but its foreign affairs and security are run by the UK. The island is by far one of the most picturesque places in the world. A combination of blue sea, beaches, cliffs and small villages.

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We’ll stop to see Charles Fortress, a star-shaped fort from where we’ll view Kinsale and the Brandon River. We’ll continue to the town itself, where we’ll walk along its alleys between the colorful houses and historic buildings. We’ll continue to the 16th century Blarney Castle where the well-known “stone of eloquence” (the Blarney Stone) is located. We’ll stroll through the magnificent gardens of the castle and return to Cobb town from which many of the Irish immigrants left for the US and Australia.

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We will see paintings, pictures and accessories from the band’s early days. If possible, we will visit the Synagogue in Princess Road, one of the least recognized synagogues in the world, but certainly one of the most beautiful. Completed in 1874, it is a large and magnificent building, designed in the Moorish-Gothic style by the Oddsley brothers architects. The building boasts extremely high ceilings, spectacular gold designs and elegant wood and marble motifs.

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We’ll see the Liffey River which crosses the city, tour the Temple Bar pub area, and visit Trinity College where we’ll be impressed by the number of classics written and illustrated by Irish monks in the 8th century. We’ll stroll on beautiful Grafton Street and finally visit the Guinness Visitor Center where we can learn about the famous Irish beer production.

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At the end of the tour we’ll return to Belfast and take a guided tour of the city. The impressive Town Hall, the Municipal Library and other Victorian-style buildings. We’ll see the Prince Albert Clock Tower, as well as the well-known Shankill and Falls streets, which were the scene of the struggle between Protestants and Catholics, and we’ll witness the many murals and memorials commemorating the heavy price paid by the residents. If time remains, we might visit the local synagogue.

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It’s a wonderful day to get acquainted with all the facilities and treats of the ship, and indulge in all the pampering this luxurious cruise liner offers.

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We’ll walk along the famous promenade and bridges, and then continue our journey along the shores of Loch Ness, the largest and most famous freshwater lake in Scotland’s lakes, where we may even get to see Nessie, the mysterious monster. We’ll end the day with a visit to a Whiskey Distillery. Couldn’t miss that now, could we?

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Upon arrival, we’ll visit the Old City, view the spectacular Queen’s Palace, stroll at the “Royal Mile” where a number of museums are located, up to the city’s citadel, where we’ll make a special visit. We’ll see the coronation stone of the British kings and the Scottish crown diamonds. After that we’ll move to the new city, and continue our tour on the famous Prince Street and the city squares.

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It’s a wonderful day to get acquainted with all the facilities and treats of the ship, and indulge in all the pampering this luxurious cruise liner offers.

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Utah and Omaha where American troops landed, Gold and Sword where the British forces landed and Juneau, to which Canadian troops arrived. Today we’ll hike the Utah and Omaha Coastal area. We’ll continue to Arromanche, where we’ll visit the landing museum located near the beach. From there it’s on to visit Colville-sur-Mer, where American forces landed. Here is the final resting place of 9,386 American fighters. The cemetery has long rows of white grave markers in their memory.

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Along the way we’ll visit the city of Winchester, where we’ll stroll along the river and among the historic buildings of the town where the writer Jane Austin is buried. We’ll continue to London where we’ll enjoy a short panoramic tour so that we arrive to our hotel in time to prepare for Shabbat.

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* Price per person in USD double or twin room

** Supplement Price for single room


Price Includes:

Air-conditioned touring coach and transfers according to the itinerary
Tours, visits and entry fees according to the itinerary
Half board throughout the tour with provisions to make sandwiches for lunch
A professional tour guide from the staff of Shai Bar Ilan

Price Excludes:

International flights
Tips for ship’s staff $175 per person (Payable directly to the ship)
Travel, health and baggage insurance
Any personal expenses
Evening entertainment that is not part of the itinerary
Tips for Shai Bar Ilan tour guide – $5 per person per day
Tips for Mashgiach Kashrut – $5 per person per day

Important to Know:

There may be changes to the order of places visited. We will make every effort to visit every place mentioned in the itinerary.
The tour organizers have no control over airline services such as seating, special meal requests, changes in departure times or delays. These remain the sole responsibility of the airline company.

Kashrut on Cruises

The kosher meals on other cruise lines are provided by each Cruise Lines’ kosher meal supplier. All kosher meal suppliers are under recognized rabbinical kashrut supervision.
On board the ship we have our own separated section of the kitchen in which all the kosher meals are prepared. Furthermore, we obtain brand new sets of flatware (meat and milk) for each and every cruise.
Hashgacha aboard ship is performed by our specially trained tour guides, and for large groups, there is a logistics and kashrut supervisor aboard as well.

The meals:

Breakfast is prepared using our utensils. We use local fresh fruits and vegetables, and we use milk products when they are permitted. We use kosher cereals, and bread. We usually serve hard boiled eggs and sometimes scrambled eggs or omelets. At breakfast, we prepare our lunches so that people have their choice as to what they eat for lunch. We bring food from Israel to supplement what is served in the hotel such as cheeses, peanut butter, tuna, etc.
For dinners, we serve either fish or meat (usually chicken) as our main course. In areas where meat is not available nor readily acquired, we will have fish. When possible, we acquire the meat locally from Chabad or other reliable kosher source, and in some cases we fly the meat in from Israel. We try to provide as many meat meals as possible. The main course at dinner is preceded by soup and salad and accompanied by freshly prepared vegetables. Dessert typically consists of fresh fruits.
We do not guarantee Pat Israel and Chalav Israel for all destinations.
In many destinations we have our own dishes and silverware. Where we don’t, we provide disposables at the meals. When we cook in hotel kitchens, we use our own knives, cutting boards, pots and pans, cooking implements and disposable metal trays. All food preparation is done on covered surfaces under the strict supervision of our trained staff/guides who function as our mashgichim.
We make great efforts to assure that our travelers will experience local foods first-hand, while maintaining stringent observance of Kashrut laws on all occasions.
On most of our tours, you will be accompanied by two of our staff members- one a guide for the tour who is knowledgeable about the places you are visiting and will accompany you throughout the day and the second, a person who will deal with the logistics of the tour and provide kashrut supervision in the kitchen.


It is our aim to provide the finest hotel possible in each area we visit. We require our hotels to allow us to work in the kitchen and to supervise the cooking and there are many hotels that are not willing to cooperate. They simply have no desire for us to be “meddling” in their cooking process nor are they happy about our bringing our equipment into their kitchens. We work very hard to find the best hotel in the area that will meet our requirements. Because we are not ready to compromise on kashrut, we may not always be able to use a five star hotel.

Deposit, Cancellation Fees & Policy:

Fridays and Saturdays, holidays and holidays in Israel, Sundays and holidays abroad are not counted as a working day count.
If any air tickets are issued or additional services such as a visa are purchased, etc., their prices will be added to the cancellation fees specified above.
In case of change, cancellation or malfunction related to flights, cruise or transportation, the responsibility lies with the airline or transportation company.
There may be changes in the itinerary due to changes in internal flight times and other objective reasons.
The performance of the trip is subject to the conditions and responsibilities as they appear on the website
Passports must be valid for at least 6 months after the date of return
We strongly recommend purchasing Travel Insurance.

Terms of Payment
Registration fee is $ 500 per person
Up to 75 days before the trip, supplementing 30% of the cost of the trip
Up to 45 days before the trip, supplementing 100% of the cost of the trip

Terms of cancellation
When canceling for any reason from the time of registration and up to 90 working days before departure, the passenger will be charged $ 97 only
Cancellation for any reason from 89 working days to 30 working days before the trip the passenger will be charged $ 1500 + $ 47
Canceled for any reason from 29 working days to 14 working days before the trip the passenger will be charged $ 2500 + $ 47
If canceled for any reason from 13 working days before the trip until the date of departure the passenger will be charged the full cost of the trip including all the accompanying costs.
If visas are issued to the countries of destination and / or flights, the prices will be added to the specified cancellation fees

Currency Exchange
Due to the significant changes that occur every day in foreign currency exchange rates against the dollar, and which cause the services to rise in dollars, an accurate calculation of the trip will be made prior to the departure date and the price of the trip will be updated accordingly. Any extra for this increase will apply to the customer until the full travel price is paid.