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14 days - Experience the Hurtigruten Coastal Voyage, the world’s most beautiful cruises.

This Classic Hurtigruten Roundtrip takes you through almost 1,500 miles of some of the most spectacular scenery on Earth, showing you all the beauty of the Norwegian coast.

This voyage along the Norwegian coast takes you from the Hanseatic city of Bergen all the way to Kirkenes near the Russian border and back again. Enjoy magnificent scenery along the way sailing through narrow fjords and past the towering cliffs of the Lofoten islands, all in the comfort of the well equipped Hurtigruten coastal voyage ships.

If you are interested in the Northern Lights, perhaps join one of the special Astronomy voyages to learn more about the Arctic night sky and the greatest lightshow on Earth, the Aurora Borealis. An expert lecturer is on board and a visit the Northern lights Planetarium is included on these particular voyages.

Highlights include

  • Experience Norway's beautiful fjords, charming ports, and rare wildlife under the Midnight Sun or spectacular Northern Lights
  • Be accompanied by an expert Expedition Team. The Expedition teams are present on 9 of the 11 Hurtigruten ships along the Norwegian coast (all except MS Lofoten and MS Vesterålen), and are included in your voyage
  • Expedition with likeminded adventurers who value personal growth and exploring over luxury
Day 1
Arrive Bergen
Day 2
The Gateway to the Fjords - Embarkation in Bergen
Day 3
Art Nouveau, Ålesund and Geirangerfjord
Day 4
Be enlightened by the Medieval Spirit - The Royal City of Trondheim
Day 5
Discover your inner explorer - Arctic Circle and Lofoten Islands
Day 6
Excitement in the Arctic - Husky dogsledding, mountain hiking & kayaking.
Day 7
Explore the Northern Soul & Cape - Honningsvåg and the North Cape
Day 8
Step (or swim) into the Arctic - Kirkenes, the Voyage turning point
Day 9
Welcome back to the extreme North - Hammerfest and Tromsø
Day 10
Dramatic Lofoten - Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands
Day 11
A date with the Seven Sisters - Arctic Circle
Day 12
The old towns and the sea - Trondheim and Kristiansund
Day 13
Rocky Islands, and disembark in Bergen
Day 14
Depart Bergen
Start/End Place
Bergen, Norway
Country Visited
Norway
Duration
14 Days
Suitability
Easy independent voyage suitable for singles & couples
Code
NCF02

Details

Transportation

Norwegian ferry boat

Click here to see the Hurtigruten fleet - Norwegian Coastal Voyages

Included
  • Overnight in comfortable & central hotel in Bergen, Superior rooms with fjord view (2 nights)
  • Voyage from Bergen - Kirkenes - Bergen 11 nights in a twin outside cabin with toilet & shower. Arctic Superior U package which includes the water package, an amenity set, kettle, tea & coffee making facilities and a TV, select package.
  • Full board on board the Hurtigruten ship, other meals as per itinerary
  • 24-hour emergency service
  • Taxes and service fees

Full board includes buffet breakfasts & lunches and a 3 course dinner in the evening. You are presented a menu when you check in. Visiting 34 ports, Hurtigruten have an exceptional opportunity to get fresh produce from local suppliers everyday. This means delicious new and fresh ingredients, both from coastal and inland areas.

Rates fluctuate daily and we can often find discounts up to 25% depending on departure date and proximity to travel. Please ask us for a specific quote for your preferred dates.

Not Included

International flights, travel insurance, luggage handling & optional excursions.

Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive Bergen

Bergen offers many attractions and sights - many within walking distance. Recommended sights of interests are the Hanseatic harbour Bryggen, Fløibanen Funicular, Troldhaugen, the Fish and Flower market, Bergen Aquarium and Gamle Bergen (Old Bergen Open Air Museum).

Accommodation
Clarion Hotel Admiral
Restaurants
Cornelius Fish Restaurant

Day 2 - The Gateway to the Fjords - Embarkation in Bergen

Ports visited today: Bergen

Bergen is the perfect strolling town and a free detailed guide of Bergen is available from the Tourist Office centrally located on Fisketorget. As you explore the historical centre of Bergen you'll be transported back to a time when Bergen was the centre of political power and trade for the entire North Atlantic. It was the Capital of the Kingdom of Norway for a short period, before the capital was moved to Oslo in 1299, and the town grew to become the largest in Scandinavia.

The Hanseatic League established itself here in 1350 and had a trade monopoly that lasted 200 years. While in Bergen you might wish to visit the UNESCO heritage listed historical area around the harbour known as the Bryggen district, and the home of Edvard Grieg, Troldhaugen, Norway's internationally famous composer. Be sure to visit the new Bergen Fish Market - a fantastic modern architectural designed building with a great outdoor and indoor dining area.

Representative Service in Norway

Hurtigruten's representative service in Norway in based in Bergen and may be contacted on +47 9094 6905 - 24-Hour Emergency number +61 280 695 866

50 Degrees North also has a 24 hour emergency support service and operational office in Norway.

Getting to your ship:

Your Hurtigruten ship will sail from the Hurtigruten Terminalen, located at Nostegarten 30, 5010 Bergen. Telephone +47 5554 3631. We can provide you with the best transport option to get to the ship.

Embarkation:

The terminal is staffed from 13:00  and is open from 15:00 for baggage check-in. Embarkation takes place from 16:00 and your cabin will be available from approximately 18:00. Dinner (buffet style) will be available from 18:00. Please note you carry your own luggage onboard from the pier to your cabin.

Your ship departs at 20:00.

An information meeting is usually held on the evening of departure from Bergen and includes details of safety onboard. There is an information folder in each cabin and safety procedures are illustrated on the back of your cabin door and in public areas. The Tour Leader on board will assist with general information and the shore excursion programme.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway

Day 3 - Art Nouveau, Ålesund and Geirangerfjord

Ports visited today: Florø, Måløy, Torvik, Ålesund, Molde.

Your ship navigates the skerries and islands further north before reaching Ålesund. Marvel at the inspiring architecture in the Apotekergate and Kongensgate pedestrian precinct, perfect examples of the Art Nouveau style. Don’t miss out on the view from Mount Aksla but beware, there are 418 steps to the top! In the summer months, the next destination will be the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord. En route to the end of this beautiful fjord you pass sheer, 800m cliffs and impressive waterfalls.

In Autumn, you will explore the Hjørundfjord, amidst the majestic Sunnmøre Alps. Its seclusion and unspoiled natural landscape are what give this fjord its special character. New hiking tours will get you into the heart of this region.

Optional Excursions depending on the season: Geiranger with Trollstigen Pass, Art Nouveau Tour, Hjørundfjord Hiking trips, Atlanterhavsparken Aquarium & Mount Aksla and the A Taste of Norway which visits the historic Hotel Union.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Optional Add Ons
2B Geiranger with Trollstigen Pass
2C & 2E Ålesund Art Nouveau Walk
2D Atlanterhavsparken Aquarium and Mount Aksla
2F A Taste of Norway in Hjørundfjord
2G Mountain Hike in the Hjørundfjord
2H Hike with a visit to a Shieling
2J Hjørundfjorden, Geiranger and Ålesund
2K Kayaking in Ålesund

Day 4 - Be enlightened by the Medieval Spirit - The Royal City of Trondheim

Ports visited today: Kristiansund, Trondheim, Rørvik.

When visiting the old royal city of Trondheim, be sure to get a good view from the Gamle Bybrua (“Old Town Bridge”). Dating from 1861, this neo-gothic wooden bridge used to be the only way into the town centre. Nidaros Cathedral, built between1070 and 1300, is Norway’s largest Gothic religious edifice. In the neighbouring Archbishop’s Palace, the Norwegian Crown Jewels are kept. In Trondheim itself, the Hanseatic, waterside storehouses built on wooden stilts are just as charming as the Rococo-style Stiftsgården, the largest wooden building in Norway and residence for the Royal Family when visiting Trondheim. New optional activities will have you kayaking on the river Nid and into the city's smaller channels or during winter time, you have the opportunity to try typical Norwegian winter activities such as skiing, tobogganing and sledding.

You then set a course for the northwest, past the beautiful Kjeungskjær lighthouse and thousands of little islands and picturesque rocky outcrops. In autumn, you will learn more about navigation and lighthouses along the Norwegian coast during the Captain's talk. After passing through the narrow Stokksund, the ship will arrive at charming Rørvik.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway
Optional Add Ons
3A Nidaros Cathedral & Ringve Museum
3B Trondheim with Nidaros Cathedral
3G Kayaking on the River Nid
3H Cycling in Trondheim
3D Trondheim City Walk
3I The Northernmost tramride in the world

Day 5 - Discover your inner explorer - Arctic Circle and Lofoten Islands

Ports visited today: Brønnøysund, Sandnessjøen, Nesna, Ørnes, Bodø, Stamsund, Svolvær.

This morning, between Nesna and Ørnes, you pass a globe on a small islet, which heralds your crossing of the Arctic Circle. The Arctic Circle marks the border of the the Arctic reiong. In summer this means 24-hour daylight - often referred to as the 'Midnight Sun'. During autumn and winter, being above this degree of latitude gives you the best chance of experiencing the Northern Lights.

Passengers sailing in Arctic waters for the first time are given an Arctic Circle baptism by Njord, the ruler of the Seven Seas. This comes in the form of an ice cube down your front or back, but is entirely optional. This ceremony is tremendous fun to watch on the deck.

In the afternoon, your ship gradually closes in on the 3,280 feet high Lofoten Wall towering above the tiny and colourful fishing villages of the Lofoten Islands. This is an extraordinary place to disembark and take a stroll.

These islands are renowned for their small, picturesque fishing villages with their bohemian atmosphere surrounded by majestic granite cliffs and white sandy beaches. Complete your visit with a stroll between the stockfish racks and ‘rorbuer’, the traditional, red fishermen’s residences. The Lofoten Islands are a truly extraordinary experience.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway
Optional Add Ons
4C Experience Bodø and Saltstraumen
4A Svartisen Glacier in Ørnes
4B Arctic Coastal Walk (Bodø)
4D Rib-Safari to Saltstraumen
4E Meet the Vikings - Winter
4F Meet the Vikings Summer
4G Highlights of Lofoten
4H Lofotpils Brewery
4I Farm visit in Lofoten

Day 6 - Excitement in the Arctic - Husky dogsledding, mountain hiking & kayaking.

Ports visited today: Stokmarknes, Sortland, Risøyhamn, Harstad, Finnsnes, Tromsø, Skjervøy.

During the night the ship navigates the narrow Raftsund strait. After a stop in Harstad, situated on the largest island of Norway, Hinnøya, you continue via Finnsnes to Tromsø for a prolonged stay. Many of the epic Arctic expeditions used Tromsø as a starting point; the famous explorer Roald Amundsen sourced both crew and supplies here. With the presence of the Norwegian Polar Institute, the city has cemented its position as the Polar Capital of Norway.

Ishavskatedralen, the Arctic Cathedral, is the most famous landmark with its modern design and extraordinary stained glass window. Tromsø is also home to the world’s northernmost university and the large number of people arriving here has created a vibrant cultural scene with numerous restaurants and cafes constantly teeming with life.

After Tromsø, we continue our northbound journey. In winter the Captain invites guests to taste stockfish on deck. The ship now sails inot the area along the coast where you have the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights between September and March, and we gather on deck to search for this breathtaking phenomenon.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Optional Add Ons
5A The Arctic Capital Tromsø
5B Dog Sledding
5C Tromsø Scenery and Huskies
5G Kayaking in Tromsø
5D Polar History Walk
5K Silent Whale Watching
5M Cross-Country Skiing (Tromsø)
5N - Snowshoeing In Tromsø

Day 7 - Explore the Northern Soul & Cape - Honningsvåg and the North Cape

Ports visited today: Øksfjord, Hammerfest, Havøysund, Honningsvåg, Kjøllefjord, Mehamn, Berlevåg.

Following the scenic sailing through Magerøysund and after an early stop in Hammerfest, you arrive in Honningsvåg. This small port is the gateway to the wonders of the spectacular North Cape which rises 300m from the ocean, and at 71° 10’ 21” north it puts you a mere 2,000 kilometres from the Geographical North Pole.

Standing atop the North Cape Plateau you’ll get the eerie feeling of being at the end of the world. The area is also known for its birdlife, and Gjesværstappan, a bird sanctuary with up to 250,000 seabirds is home to some High Arctic species that can only be observed here on the Norwegian mainland, including the ever cute puffins. In summer, you might see herds of reindeer and campsites belonging to the indigenous Sami people. In winter, experience the snow-clad valleys, the fresh winter air and your best chances to see the mesmerizing Northern Lights.

During winter and spring, if you are lucky, local fishermen from the village of Kjøllefjord visit us to share their catch of the day (King Crab & cod).

This evening, as you approach Kjøllefjord, you pass a rock formation that is sacred to the indigenous Sámi people, Finnkjerka.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway
Optional Add Ons
6A The North Cape, Honningsvåg
6B Birdwatching Safari in Honningsvåg
6C Sami Culture
6D Snowmobile Trip in Lapland
6E Sami Autumn
Hurtigruten Platinum Optional Excursions
6H Honningsvåg: Fishing Village Visit
6J Expedition to the North Cape - The Historical Route

Day 8 - Step (or swim) into the Arctic - Kirkenes, the Voyage turning point

Ports visited today: Båtsfjord, Vardø, Vadsø, Kirkenes, Berlevåg.

You will arrive in Vadsø early in the morning. Located in the Varanger region, this is one of the most attractive and popular bird-watching areas in the Arctic due to it being directly in the path of the birds migrating from east to west.

The last port on the Voyage North is Kirkenes. And at longitude 30 east, you are actually further east than Istanbul and St. Petersburg. The well-policed Russian border and the Kola peninsula are close by which explains why the road signs are written in both Norwegian and Russian. Depending on the season, there are several ways to make a visit to the Russian border. You can either go by bus (all year), enjoy a river boat safari or an action-filled trip on ATV/Quad bike.

The optional activities include Snowmobile Safari, a visit to the Kirkenes Snow Hotel, Arctic Bushcraft and Husky Adventure.

As you turn south, the northbound ports previously visited at night are now seen during the day. In the afternoon, the ship docks again at Vardø, Norway's easternmost port. Weather permitted, you may be invited to experience ice bathing in the Arctic Ocean during the winter season. In spring, there will be a presentation on board about the birds of the Nordic coast and in winter, local Arctic divers will give a presentation about life in the ocean.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Optional Add Ons
7A The Russian Border
7B Riverboat to the Russian Border
7C Snowmobile Safari
7D Kirkenes Snow Hotel
7E ATV/Quad Safari to the Russian Border
7F Husky Sledge Adventure
Hurtigruten Platinum Optional Excursions
7H King Crab Expedition
7I Mountain hike with husky

Day 9 - Welcome back to the extreme North - Hammerfest and Tromsø

Ports visited today: Mehamn, Kjøllefjord, Honningsvåg, Havøysund, Hammerfest, Øksfjord, Skjervøy, Tromsø.

In the middle of the night, we dock at Mehamn, where it is possible to join an unforgettable snowmobile trip through one of Europe's most extreme and exciting natural areas.

Breakfast at the North Cape including a visit to a Sámi family form part of an early morning excursion (at extra cost). Before stopping at Hammerfest, you can enjoy an 'Energy coffee' and a short introduction to 'Melkoya - the northernmost natural gas terminal' on board. In autumn we invite you to tast dried reindeer meat on deck.

Your next stop, Hammerfest, was a settlement back to the Stone Age and is still playing an important role as a fishing port. Founded in 1789 to develop trade with Russia, Hammerfest reconfirmed its position as Norway’s Polar capital of its time, acting as a base for hunting expeditions to the High Arctic. In Hammerfest the Meridian Column, erected in 1854, commemorates the first precise measurement of the globe, an achievement so important that it’s become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As early as 1891, wave energy provided power to the first electric street lighting in Northern Europe, and energy innovation is still a signature for Hammerfest with its large Liquid Gas Plant just outside town.

Continuing south to Øksfjord, in winter, the crew will teach you how to tie maritime knots on deck. After crossing open water, we will make a brief stop at the old trading post of Skjervøy before sailing through the beautiful Lyngenfjord in spring. Surrounded by the snowy peaks of the Lyngen Alps, we may be visited by a local fisherman and enjoy a taste of local freshly-caught shrimp.

From here, your next major stop will be Tromsø where you are invited to take part in a very special musical experience, The Arctic Cathedral Midnight Concert. Or why not head to one of the town’s many friendly pubs and sample the local brew, Mack’s Arctic Beer.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway
Optional Add Ons
8A Breakfast at the North Cape
8B The Northernmost Town in the World
8C Midnight Concert at the Arctic Cathedral
8F Snowmobile trip in the Polar Night
8G Hiking in Hammerfest
8H Into the Ice - Stories of a Polar Hero
Arctic Midnight Adventure in Tromsø

Day 10 - Dramatic Lofoten - Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands

Ports visited today: Tromsø, Finnsnes, Harstad, Risøyhamn, Sortland, Stokmarknes, Svolvær, Stamsund.

The daylight sailing through the Lofoten Islands is a highlight for many Hurtigruten guests. The Lofoten region is renowned for its natural beauty with steep mountains, wild nature and small, picturesque fishing villages.

Before you reach them, you pass through Risøyrenna, a channel that was specially constructed for Hurtigruten, providing the vessels an ‘inside route’ between Harstad and Sortland. Risøyhamn is a small village with only 200 inhabitants and the ship stops here briefly to deliver groceries and mail. You then continue onto Stokmarknes, where Hurtigruten was founded, is the location of the Hurtigruten Museum.

Continuing south it looks as if you are sailing straight through the mountain wall but you wail through an opening in the narrow Raftsund, the picturesque narrow channel between the Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands, where, time and weather permitting, you’ll take a detour into the spectacular Trollfjord where steep cliffs hug the ship’s sides, home to the majestic sea eagles.

Then it’s on to Svolvær, the main settlement on the Lofoten Islands followed by Stamsund where the majestic peaks of the huge Lofoten Wall can be viewed. You leave the islands during the evening and set course for the mainland.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway
Optional Add Ons
9A A taste of Vesterålen
9B Lofoten Islands
9C Sea Eagle Safari
9D Lofoten by Horse
9E Rib Adventure in Lofoten
9F Fishing village walk
9G Fishing in Lofoten
9I Vesterålen and Lofoten by rib
Hurtigruten Platinum Optional Excursions

Day 11 - A date with the Seven Sisters - Arctic Circle

Ports visited today: Bodø, Ørnes, Nesna, Sandnessjøen, Brønnøysund, Rørvik.

The Helgeland coast with hundreds of islets, fertile farmland and steep granite walls is worth getting up early to experience. Today will also be your last one north of the Arctic Circle as you cross it between Ørnes and Nesna. This part of the coast is rich in local lore with stories including the legend of the Seven Sisters, a picturesque row of peaks, and the myth about how the arrow from Hestmannen’s bow formed the hole in Torghatten Mountain.

The Vega Archipelago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is close to our call in Sandnessjøen. The islands were inscribed on this prestigious list due to the unique interaction between man and nature – over centuries the local population have protected the eider duck nests in return for the highly valuable down from the birds.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway
Optional Add Ons
10C Visit the Salmon
UNESCO Vega archipelago

Day 12 - The old towns and the sea - Trondheim and Kristiansund

Ports visited today: Trondheim, Kristiansund, Molde, Ålesund.

Today gives you another opportunity to explore the city of Trondheim. Nidaros Cathedral, in which three Queens and seven Kings have been crowned, is Scandinavia’s largest medieval building, and Norway’s crown jewels are kept in the adjacent Archbishop’s Residence.

The town of Kristiansund, located on the scenic Atlantic Road, holds the rather obscure title of Norway’s ‘cured cod capital’ because of the nature of its main export. You can visit the Atlantic Road, one of Norway's most visited tourist destinations. The road is 5 miles long, built on a total of 8 bridges and surrounded by picturesque landscapes.

Passing the islands of Munkholmen and Hitra you then cross the open sea to Molde, known as the ‘city of roses’ due to its lush Gulf Stream location. You will notice the steep, grey, pointed peaks of the Romsdal Alps glinting in the sun.

Meals
1 Breakfast
1 Lunch
1 Dinner
Accommodation
Hurtigruten Norway
Optional Add Ons
11C The Atlantic Road
11A Trondheim with Nidaros Cathedral
Hurtigruten Platinum Optional Excursions
11E Bergatt Magnificent Marble Mine

Day 13 - Rocky Islands, and disembark in Bergen

Ports visited today: Ålesund, Torvik, Måløy, Florø, Bergen.

During the night, the ship calls at Ålesund, Torvik & Måløy, as the world's most beautiful voyage draws to an end.

Today, your Hurtigruten voyage will come to an end when you arrive in the City of Seven Mountains, Bergen. But before that, you still have a few nautical miles of fascinating scenery ahead of you such as the picturesque Nordfjord below the enormous Jostedalsbreen glacier, Norway’s longest fjord - the mighty Sognefjord and the picturesque Bergen Archipelago. Take home your memories of the world’s most beautiful voyage and the many seafaring companions and friends you’ve made along the way.

Check in at your Bergen hotel. Savour your last evening in Norway.

Meals
1 Breakfast
Accommodation
Clarion Hotel Admiral
Optional Add Ons
12A Bergen City Sightseeing

Day 14 - Depart Bergen

The tour finishes after breakfast.

Meals
1 Breakfast
Dates & Prices

Prices listed are FROM prices per person twin/double share. Please note the below prices are indicative only. Hurtigruten prices may fluctuate daily, so please contact us for any specials, early booking rates and/or specific prices for your preferred date of travel. Single cabin pricing available on request.

Our Scandinavian staff offer expert advice on ships, cabins and routing, as well as the best time to travel.

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Valid To
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Accommodation
1 Sep 2018
30 Sep 2018
1 Sep 2018
30 Sep 2018
EUR 2,912
On request
Superior
1 Oct 2018
31 Oct 2018
1 Oct 2018
31 Oct 2018
EUR 2,358
On request
Superior
1 Nov 2018
14 Dec 2018
1 Nov 2018
14 Dec 2018
EUR 2,202
On request
Superior
15 Dec 2018
31 Dec 2018
15 Dec 2018
31 Dec 2018
EUR 2,462
On request
Superior
1 Jan 2019
31 Jan 2019
1 Jan 2019
31 Jan 2019
EUR 2,130
On request
Superior
1 Feb 2019
31 Mar 2019
1 Feb 2019
31 Mar 2019
EUR 2,429
On request
Superior
1 Apr 2019
30 Apr 2019
1 Apr 2019
30 Apr 2019
EUR 2,912
On request
Superior
1 May 2019
31 Jul 2019
1 May 2019
31 Jul 2019
EUR 3,937
On request
Superior
1 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2019
1 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2019
EUR 3,682
On request
Superior
1 Sep 2019
30 Sep 2019
1 Sep 2019
30 Sep 2019
EUR 3,339
On request
Superior
1 Oct 2019
20 Dec 2019
1 Oct 2019
20 Dec 2019
EUR 2,429
On request
Superior

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When securing your cabin with us, please take note of the dimensions of the cabin to ensure that you are satisfied with it's size. There is additional storage room available on board if you wish and you just need to contact staff to request it when you are on board.

Alcohol can be expensive on board due to taxes imposed. You can only bring on board a similar amount to what you can bring through customs.

You can pre-book your optional excursions with us. However, you can also wait until you are onboard and do it then - however, there is a maximum number and they can book out. It is not possible to pre-book within 2 weeks prior to departure. Excursions and their contents are subject to maximum/minimum numbers and weather/local conditions.

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