Day 1 - Southampton, England
The ideal start or ending point for a memorable voyage, the United Kingdom's premier passenger port and sprawling South Coast city, Southampton, was home to iconic transatlantic liners of yesteryear.
Its great location means you’ve access to a range of historic sites, charming villages and national landmarks, and the great metropolis of London with all to see and do there.
Day 2 - At Sea
Enjoy cruise at Sea.
Day 3 - Haugesund, Norway
Haugesund stands proudly on Norway’s southwest shore, where the icy fjords flow out into the North Sea. Breathtaking scenery and world-class views are the main ingredients of this dramatic coastline.
Sheer cliffs and rolling meadows adorn the silent inlets of Haugesund, while nearby you’ll find striking rock formations and experience the thunder of tall waterfalls.
Day 4 - Innvikfjorden, Norway
A sense of wonderment awaits as you sail Innvikfjorden, just one highlight of Norway’s beautiful network of fjords. The villages and farmsteads along its coastline really put things into perspective.
Enjoy the placid waters, the sheer scale of the stunning scenery and features created by nature’s power over the millennia, and appreciate humans’ wish to live among its beauty and resources.
Day 5 - Nordfjord, Norway
Experience the grandeur of this memorable Norweigan highlight when sailing the world-renowned network of spectacular fjords, which have been created slowly but surely by nature over millions of years.
As well as witnessing the striking and varied scenery as you approach port, there are many more ways to enjoy Nordfjord. Perhaps by biking, hiking or skiing, or even by cable car at over 1,000 metres.
Day 6 - Olden, Norway
When you reluctantly depart from this peaceful village of the picturesque Nordfjord, you'll no doubt have some breathtaking and unforgettable scenes etched into your memory, and your camera roll too.
Giant waterfalls cascade the mountains, mineral-rich Lake Lovatn glints with a milky turquoise sheen and the Kjenndalen Glacier reveals a green-tinged glow.
Day 7 - Sognefjord, Norway
Here is your chance to experience this unique World Heritage Site, sailing the same waters of Norse and Viking legends. This is also the opportunity to explore the many natural wonders whilst ashore.
Take a walking trail at your own pace, you’re never far from a memorable sight or place of interest, or choose from a selection of boat trips that take you to the islands in the fjord’s tributaries.
Day 8 - Aurlandsfjord, Norway
The stunning Aurlandsfjord is one of the most picturesque fjords in the world. It is part of the World Heritage region surrounding the Nærøyfjord and the world’s second-longest fjord, the Sognefjord.
The fjord, in Aurland, is 10 miles long and flanked by beautiful snow-topped mountains which stretch from Flåm to Mount Beitelen at the entrance to Nærøyfjord. It is a sight to behold.
Day 9 - Flaam, Norway
This one is for the true train lovers. From Tiny Flaam there is a renowned and captivating 13-mile stretch of railway that slowly winds and climbs alongside the grand glacial splendour of Sognefjord.
The steady clickety-clack of the steepest rail line in the world is part of an unforgettable experience, and provides a unique perspective on Europe’s longest fjord. The views are quite something.
Day 10 - Bergen, Norway
Your fascinating ‘Gateway to the Fjords’ is Norway’s second-largest city, Bergen. Its maritime trade and oil industry remain vital to the economy and it’s a thriving epicentre of culture and history.
Visit the old quays of Bryggen, a World Heritage Site, and the medieval wooden houses of the city’s waterfront. You can even take a peek inside the workshops of local painters, weavers and craftsmen.
Day 11 - At Sea
Enjoy cruise at Sea.
Day 12 - Southampton, England
Port arrival and departure times are approximate and subject to change without notice.