Norwegian Fjords & Iceland Cruise Deals

Now you can explore the breathtaking Norwegian Fjords holidays and enjoy superb value for money. How about a late deal for holidays departing in the next 90 days? Or perhaps an Early saver when you book over 90 days ahead? Go on… book now.

Norwegian Fjord Deals

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In search of the Northern Lights

The lights are most active in late autumn and early spring, but most visible when the weather is cold and dry and the nights are long and dark, around December.


We like to make a grand entrance, so we love sailing into the pretty port of Åndalsnes. Looming all around are the mighty Romsdal Alps, which might be thick with snow or still basking in an autumn glow, depending on the time of your cruise. Venture beyond the charming shops and markets of Åndalsnes on the snaking Troll’s Road to Trollveggen (Troll Wall).


Home to another striking modern church (it’s actually called the Cathedral of the Northern Lights), Alta is also the site of the world’s first Northern Lights observatory, built in the late 1800s. This is one of the spots you’re most likely to catch a glimpse of the unpredictable polar lightshow, but there are plenty more experiences to be had.


More breathtaking natural beauty, crashing waterfalls and head-spinning vertical drops (this time 600m from the flat-topped Pulpit Rock or Preikestolen) can be found about Stavanger. Or find out about more Viking antics in Stavanger’s Museum of Archaeology, then explore the cobbled streets of the old town with its lovely white-painted wooden cottages.


You’re just 400km from the Arctic Circle in Tromsø, but there’s no need to get out your polar gear. Thanks to its position on the Gulf Stream, this lively city (said to have the greatest number of bars per capita in Norway) is relatively mild for its latitude. It has a centuries-old heart and some impressive modern architecture, including the beautifully austere, peaked Arctic Cathedral with its icy shards of concrete and glass.


Second World War buffs will be interested in the interactive exhibits at Narvik’s new War Museum. Then venture out to view the incredible scenery – a cable car up Fagernesfjellet mountain, or the 43km-long Ofoten Railway line from Narvik to the Swedish border and beyond, which takes you through some truly wild and breathtaking landscapes.

A choice of stunning ships

Whether you’re looking for a large or modest sized ship, either family-friendly or exclusively for adults, at least one of our ships has your name on it. And whichever one you choose, once on board you’ll find the decks are packed with choice.

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Exclusively for adults, mid-sized ship.


Family-friendly until April 2019, then exclusively for adults, mid-sized ship.


Family-friendly, larger ship.


Family-friendly, larger ship.


Family-friendly, mid-sized ship.


Exclusively for adults, mid-sized ship.


Family-friendly, larger ship.


Family friendly, larger ship.

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