2020 British Isles Golf Cruise The 149th British Open

2020 British Isles Golf Cruise The 149th British Open

14 Nights | 6 Rounds | Dublin – Southampton | Attend The British Open at Royal St. George’s | July 6 – July 20, 2020 | AZAMARA Pursuit


An exceptional 14 night, 6 round golf voyage through the British Isles onboard the 690-guest Azamara Pursuit. You’ll visit nine ports beginning in Dublin before concluding in Southampton for the final round of The 149th Open at Royal St. George’s. The itinerary is beautifully balanced with famous city experiences like Belfast, Glasgow, and Edinburgh and terrific golf at Royal Portrush, Carnoustie, and Royal County Down.

Kingsbarns GC


Begin your 2020 British Isles Golf Cruise The 149th British Open with two full days of crypts, cathedrals, and pints in Dublin before traveling to the lovely seafront on the Isle of Man.

Enjoy the 21st-century resurgence of Belfast before your visit to Glasgow, a blossoming cultural hub.

Watch whales and dolphins in the summer water of Kirkwall, enjoy the emerging arts and cultural scene of Dundee, embrace the striking setting of Edinburgh with its castle perched atop the rocky crags and looking out upon the Firth of Forth. This outstanding voyage will conclude in Southampton on the south coast of England, convenient for one of the world’s great capitals – London.

Skara Brae, Orkney


The golf arrangements are exceptional. Your biggest decision may well be whether to join the SANDY LYLE flight or the GREG NORMAN flight.

Either way, you are assured of six fabulous rounds including a mixture of Royal Clubs and Open host venues.

Ryder Cup Course at K Club


Royal County Down was No. 4 in the world in Golf Magazine’s 2017 rankings.

Royal County Down GC


Carnoustie has earned its reputation as the most difficult course in the Open rota, playing host again in 2018.

The Ailsa Course at Trump Turnberry underwent an extensive renovation and re-opened in 2016, resuming its place among the world top 20.

Trump Turnberry GC


Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland is the only club outside of Scotland and England to host The Open, having the honor in 1951 and 2019.

The conclusion of your voyage will be particularly memorable as you attend the final round of The 149th Open at Royal St. George’s, where Harry Vardon, Walter Hagen, Greg Norman and Darren Clarke have solved this dynamic layout and claimed the Claret Jug.


Date Port Arrive / Depart Golf – LYLE Golf – NORMAN Sightseeing
Jul 6 Dublin Embark / In Port
Jul 7 Dublin IN PORT / 11:00PM K Club Palmer* Portmarnock The National Museum
Jul 8 Douglas, Isle of Man 8:00AM / 8:00PM     Cregneash
Jul 9 Belfast 7:30AM / 10:00PM Royal County Down Royal Portrush Donegal Square
Jul 10 Glasgow (Greenock) 7:30AM / 10:00PM Ailsa at Turnberry Prestwick Culzean Castle
Jul 11 At Sea
Jul 12 Kirkwall 7:30AM / 8:00PM Orkney Islands
Jul 13 Invergordon 7:30AM / 8:00PM Castle Stuart Royal Dornoch Dunrobin Castle
Jul 14 Dundee 9:00AM / 9:00PM Kingsbarns Carnoustie Dundee
Jul 15 Edinburgh (Leith) 9:00AM / IN PORT     The Royal Mile
Jul 16 Edinburgh (Leith) IN PORT / 11:00PM PGA Centenary* King’s Course
Jul 17 At Sea
Jul 18 Dover 7:00AM / IN PORT Attend The Open Attend The Open White Cliffs
Jul 19 Dover IN PORT / 8:30PM Attend The Open Attend The Open
Jul 20 Southampton Disembark / 9:00AM
Play is walking with caddies. Golf courses identified with an asterisk (*) play will be using golf carts.


Club Veranda Stateroom from $7,699 pp\dbl

Club Continent Suite from $10,199 pp\dbl

Club Ocean Suite from $14,599 pp\dbl

Owners Suite from $15,299 pp\dbl

Golf Shore Excursion Package from $4,795 per golfer

Sunday Attendance to The Open included – Saturday Attendance optional at additional cost

Deposits Per Person: Golf Package $750; Staterooms $550 / Suites $1,100

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