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Iceland & Northern Isles > 25th May 2015 - Iceland & Northern Isles

 

A magnificent Voyage to the Land of Fire & Ice

Discover why Iceland is legendary as the “Land of Fire and Ice’. An exciting circumnavigation of this extraordinary country introduces an amazing landscape of vast ice caps, active volcanoes, thundering waterfalls, bubbling mud pools and spurting geysers. This fascinating cruise combines all this with a visit to one of the world’s smallest capitals on the remote Faroe Islands and two of Scotland’s most isolated yet fascinating island archipelagos.

Itinerary

 

May/June 2015

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

SUN

MON

26
BRISTOL

Arrive
Depart

14:00

27
at sea
28
STORNOWAY, OUTER HEBRIDES

Arrive

07:00

Depart

17:00

29
TORSHAVN

Arrive

09:00

Depart

18:00

30
Eskifjörður

Arrive

09:00

Depart

14:00

31
Akureyri

Arrive

09:00

Depart

19:00

1
Ísafjörður

Arrive

08:00

Depart

17:00

2
Reykjavík

Arrive

08:00

Depart

20:00

3
Circumnavigate

Arrive

18:00

Depart

19:00

4
at sea
5
at sea
6
Dublin

Arrive

08:00

Depart

18:00

7
Bristol

Arrive

12:00

Depart

Note:

In the event of adverse weather/sea conditions that prevent the ship from calling at one of the scheduled ports, alternative arrangements will be made where possible.

Viewing of the Northern lights is subject to suitable weather and atmospheric conditions.

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