$ 1,300.00 (interior cabin)
The rates of a Coastal Cruise fluctuate daily depending on demand, so this is only an indicative FROM price. We will need to price your trip based on your day of travel.
Voyage in a cabin grade of your choice including full board
24-hour emergency services
All taxes and services fees
The voyage starts in Bergen, the western capital of Norway, with colorful and UNESCO-listed warehouses in Bryggen. You can take the funicular railway, Fløibanen, to the lookout point, taste the seafood at the famous Bergen fish market or stroll through the narrow streets of the lively harbor. Bergen is the gateway to the fjords of Norway and the starting point of your coastal adventure.
After the first night on board, we reach Ålesund known for its stunning brick homes and buildings with art nouveau design. Then, in the summer*, we continue to the Geiranger Fjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with magnificent waterfalls and steep mountainsides.
*Geiranger is visited from June 1 to August 31
It is morning when we dock in the historic city of Trondheim, which was founded over a thousand years ago. Nidaros Cathedral is the landmark of the city; it is Norway's national shrine and one of the largest cathedrals in Northern Europe. After our visit here, the voyage continues out into the fjord, into an abundant archipelago and heads for northern Norway.
We conduct a ceremony to commemorate crossing the Arctic Circle on this section before continuing into the Arctic. It entails midnight sun in the summer, barely-dawn days in the winter, and perhaps even the Northern Lights in the evenings.
With the largest glacier in northern Scandinavia, the greatest tidal current in the world, and encounters with the majestic sea eagle, nature is powerful. Lofoten's fishing villages, jagged mountains, and Vikings await in the evening.
The journey continues through small fjords and over untamed mountains to Tromso, a place known for polar exploration, fishing and hunting, and bravery. It is also the homeland of Norway's indigenous Sami people. Meeting the Sami and their reindeer while hearing about the Sami culture is a unique experience you will remember.
By land and sea, as far north as you can travel!
A high point and destination for many who travel along the Norwegian coast is a stop at the North Cape. Nature is at its roughest and most desolate up here in the polar region, but humans cling on and make use of nature's bounty between bare grasslands and craggy cliffs.
You can sample the catch as well. Would you like some king crab?
On your journey, you are currently as far east as you can go. The road signs in Kirkenesare in both Norwegian and Russian, and the Russian border is just a few kilometers away. On one of our trips, you can travel as far as the border; alternatively, you could go to the Snowhotel, where everything is made of snow and ice.