Releases Infographic Showing UK 2022 No-Fly Cruise Season (, the port guide and cruise planning platform, has released an infographic showing sailings in 2022 from UK ports, cutting out the need for air travel.

The website, which launched during the first UK lock-down in 2020, features expert port tips, real visitor photography and destination guides written by experienced cruise managers. It is designed to assist prospective guests and travel agents in planning and researching cruises that avoid flights. Agents are welcome to download guides and provide their clients with detailed port descriptions, all accessible on an easy-to-use directory and map.

The new infographic has been launched to highlight the large number of sailings available and the main cruise lines offering them, as well as the most popular ports. It is built to be shared and the page features a code to allow sharing on blogs, web pages and social media.

No Fly Cruises Editor Danielle Fear said: “You don’t see so many cruise infographics currently, but they are a great way of getting interesting information across in a fast and effective way and they are also perfect to share. The website has seen a huge increase in traffic, as we edge towards the easing of travel restrictions, and the popularity of no-fly cruising from UK ports looks set to grow significantly over the coming years, something that is being reflected in scheduling. These infographics will also set a bench-mark that we can compare year on year.”

The website has over 70 port guides and over 20 well-known expert insider reports. It also uses amateur photography to give a more accurate reflection of the places we report on and the average user time on the site is over 13 minutes per visit.

To view the infographic and share please visit:

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