Fjordland is waiting for you this July and it’s all thanks to Fred. Olsen. You’ve seen the pictures and now it’s time to experience Norway’s stunning scenery for yourself with this epic 7-night crossing.
Get lost in between soaring mountains and stunning waterfalls as you glide through what can only be described as one of Mother Nature’s greatest creations.
And setting sail on Fred. Olsen’s latest and largest ship, Balmoral you’ll get to take full advantage of bars, restaurants, lounges, shops, a salon, gym and swimming pools during your time onboard. Besides, as one of the smaller cruise lines, this ship will take you to ports where some of the larger ships can’t, meaning you’ll get to explore some of the Fjords’ narrower waterways.
So, what does this price actually cover? Everything will be taken care of from your meals to your entertainment and onboard leisure facilities. However, drinks will come at an extra cost, but complimentary tea and coffee will be available during the day and early evening at selected venues.
- Day 1 – Newcastle
- Day 2 – Cruise Lysefjord
- Day 3 – Bergen, Norway
- Day 4 – Cruise Nordfjord
- Day 4 – Cruising Lustrafjord
- Day 4 – Cruising Sognefjord
- Day 5 – Olden, Nordford
- Day 5 – Cruising Nordfjord
- Day 5 – Cruising Hornelen
- Day 6 – Cruising past Strandafjellet Mountain
- Day 6 – Hellesylt, Geirangerfjord
- Day 6 – Cruising Geirangerfjord
- Day 6 – Cruising Sunnylvsfjorden
- Day 6 – Cruising past Seven Sisters Waterfall
- Day 6 – Geiranger, Norway
- Day 7 – At sea
- Day 8 – Newcastle
- 7 nights aboard Balmoral, in an interior cabin
- All meals and onboard entertainment
Situated in the inner Geirangerfjord and one of Norway’s most popular tourist sites with more than 700, 000 visitors each year, this Fjordland is fast-becoming one of Europe’s must-visit spots. The village’s steep waterfalls, deserted farms and high mountains, makes for some of the best panoramic viewing points. So, sit back and take in this UNESCO sight, go hiking, or simply try the local cuisine.
As one of the more familiar Fjords images and Norway’s second largest city, pictures don’t seem do this place justice. There’s something quite distinctive about this Norwegian city, whether that’s got something to do with its immaculately clean streets, interesting-looking town houses or narrow alleyways, were not quite sure. But we do know one thing, and that’s how magnificent place is.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||23rd July 2016|
|Cabin Type:||Interior Cabin|
0800 027 8302
Quote Reference: CDD-700 to find out more details.
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