Baltic Sea Cruises

Cruises to the Baltic Sea

Once sailed by explorers of the Viking Age, the Baltic is home to a myriad of cultures, languages and storied pasts. The northernmost region of Europe encompasses the Scandinavian countries such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. Most Baltic cruises overnight in glorious St. Petersburg, Russia; stops in historic Tallinn, Estonia, and Warenmude, Germany - gateway to Berlin - are also possible. The breathtaking Norwegian fjords represent a world all in its own.

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  • Good but could be better
    We chose this cruise because we like the dates and itinerary. Overall, the cruise was very good, but there were some things that could be better. We found the wine prices very high, especially considering what the wines cost and the fact that ... Read more
  • The cruise was excellent. All the staff were polite and helpful. Our cabin was always neat and tidy with any extras added when needed. The food in the dining room was very good but the food in the specialty restaurants was exceptional. The various ... Read more
  • This was our third cruise on the Eclipse and it was very different to the previous two. The ship and it's occupants were much more sedate this time, more like a Cunard Ship, which suited us fine. No queues at the bars, lot's of armchairs available ... Read more
  • Just OK
    We chose this cruise for its itenerary, which was perfect for us. We spent three days in London before embarking at Southampton; London was wonderful, and the food was excellent wherever we went. We used Smith's for Airports to travel from London to ... Read more
  • Good but Exhausting
    The ship was great, clean, the staff kind courteous and helpful without exception. Didn't love the food, but I only tried 3 speciality restaurants, so can't speak to the ones I did not try. La Bistro, the french restaurant was the best. ... Read more
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  • Family trip!
    Double Twins Mom
    We traveled 11 days before getting on the cruise. We spend 3 nights in Copenhagen. Found the town to be interesting and lots to do. Took a taxi to the pier and had no issues and got there in plenty of time. Embarkation went smoothly. ... Read more
  • Crown Princess - Very Tired Ship
    Potty Terracotta
    We chose this cruise because of the Itinerary to the Baltics and because Crown Princess was our first cruise ship just after her Launch in 2006. We sailed in Jan 2007. Sadly the Crown has slipped badly. The ship is in desperate need of a major ... Read more
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