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Norwegian Festival & Fjords

6 days
5 nights

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Rates:

Per Person in USD:
$ 900.00 (cat I: Inside Cabin)
$ 900.00 (cat H: Inside Cabin)
$ 1,020.00 (cat G: Inside Cabin)
$ 1,050.00 (cat F: Outside Cabin)
$ 1,125.00 (cat E: Outside Cabin)
$ 1,155.00 (cat D: Outside Cabin)
$ 1,260.00 (cat C: Superior Outside Cabin)
$ 1,275.00 (cat B: Superior Outside Cabin)
$ 1,395.00 (cat A: Superior Outside Cabin)
$ 1,500.00 (cat N: Inside Single Cabin)
$ 1,710.00 (cat M: Single Inside Cabin)
$ 1,950.00 (cat BA: Superior Balcony Cabin)
$ 1,995.00 (cat K: Single Outside Cabin)
$ 2,025.00 (cat BJ: Balcony Junior Suite)
$ 2,100.00 (cat SS: Superior Suite)
$ 2,370.00 (cat J: Superior Single Cabin)
$ 2,505.00 (cat MS: Marquee Suite)
$ 2,700.00 (cat JB: Single Balcony Suite)
$ 2,850.00 (cat PS: Premier Suite)
$ 3,450.00 (cat OW: Owner's Suite)
  

Dates:

May 26, 2016 - May 31, 2016 

Ships & Cabins:

Included:

Accommodations in your choice of cabin
Diverse entertainment program featuring guest speakers and performers, arts and craft lessons
Yoga, Pilates and other fitness activities
Exquisite meals and dining experience
Complimentary room service for breakfast and snacks

Itinerary:

Day 1  : Embarkation in Newcastle, UK

Famed for its vibrant nightlife, diverse cultures and extensive heritage, the beautiful city of Newcastle is North-East England's largest and most popular city.

Day 2  : CRUISING LYSEFJORD, PREIKESTOLEN & KJERAG

Enjoy an unforgettable scenic cruise along the beautiful Lysefjord, where you'll sail past the famous Kjerag Mountain and underneath the incredible ‘Preikestolen’ (Pulpit Rock).

Day 3  : BERGEN, NORWAY

The Hanseatic city of Bergen has many attractions, including the UNESCO-listed Bryggen Wharf, with its colourful timbered houses and cobbled streets; a vibrant fish market; and the Troldhaugen Museum, the former home of Norway's most famous composer, Edvard Grieg.

Day 4  : EIDFJORD, HARDANGERFJORD

CRUISE HARDANGERFJORD, NORWAY
Experience the breathtaking landscape of Hardangerfjord.
Known as the queen of the Fjord, Hardangerfjord is situated centrally in the heart of Western Norway. The best way to experience this incredible Fjord is to sail along the 197 kilomteres, enjoying the spellbinding scenery, towering mountains, waterfalls and idyllic orchards.

CRUISING MAURANGERFJORD & FUREBERGFOSSEN
Cruise along the Maurangerfjord, gliding past the pretty Furebergfossen Waterfall for wonderful views and great photo opportunities.
Maurangerfjord is a fjord in the municipality Kvinnherad in Hordaland, Norway. It is a 12 km long branch of the Hardangerfjord. The inner end of the fjord branches into Nordrepollen and Austrepollen. The Mauranger Hydroelectric Power Station is located in Austrepollen.

Day 5  : CRUISING

CRUISING HIDRASUND & STRANDSFJORDEN
The peaceful Strandsfjorden leads to the delightful island of Hidra. 
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Southern Coast’, where Hidrasund merges with the North Sea, the island is dotted with typical Norwegian red-roofed houses, and is home to deciduous forests and rare flora and fauna, offering great photo opportunities. At it’s narrowest point, there is less than 300 metres between the mainland and Hidra Island!

CRUISING FLEKKEFJORDEN & STOLSFJORDEN
Surrounded by deep blue waters, craggy islands and secret bays, Stolsfjorden leads into the Flekkefjorden; offering stunning views as you glide towards the pretty fishing island of Flekkefjord, famous for its lack of tidal variation.

Day 6  : Disembarkation in Newcastle

Disembarkation in Newcastle, UK