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10 Night Baltic Sea Cruise from Reykjavik

10 Night Baltic Sea Cruise from Reykjavik

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  • Day 1
    Reykjavik
  • Day 2
    Stykkisholmur
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Cruising
  • Day 6
    Akureyri
  • Day 7
    Grimsey
  • Day 8
    Husavik
  • Day 9
    Husavik
  • Day 9
    Bakkargerdi
  • Day 10
    Heimaey
  • Day 11
    Reykjavik

Fram

Fram - Hurtigruten

Sails the globe from the Arctic to the Antarctic Circle

Observation lounge has floor-to-ceiling windows

Nature is center stage -- from icebergs to whales


Cruise Reviews

Cruise to very remote areas in a very comfortable way. Everything well arranged and problemfree. Dedicated expedition team, not only competent, but also pushing strongly to give its guest the best experience. Trip of a lifetime. Quite ... Read More
Cruise to very remote areas in a very comfortable way. Everything well arranged and problemfree. Dedicated expedition team, not only competent, but also pushing strongly to give its guest the best experience. Trip of a lifetime. Quite large cabin with double bed and WC/shower. Clean and maintained twice a day. Internet Connection available at extra charge. Worked OK even in very remote areas. Included meals 4 times a day. Extended buffes with wide selections of choice and friedly staff to assist. Panorama bar available with stunning view of the outside, Well organized information on all mandatory tasks, how and when and why. Day by day planning posted evening before. Efficient landing procudures to place all travellers ashore in notime. Very interesting seminars held frequently by the large and competent expedition team. And they where always prepared for changes. If A does not work there was always a plan B. Best trip ever. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
I have used Hurtigruten once before about 10 years ago (classic passage North) and enjoyed it. I chose this trip on the Fram based on that experience, reputation and price - but primarily the itinerary, which gave more time on South ... Read More
I have used Hurtigruten once before about 10 years ago (classic passage North) and enjoyed it. I chose this trip on the Fram based on that experience, reputation and price - but primarily the itinerary, which gave more time on South Georgia. Getting to Ushuaia and back was a bit of a faff, using their chartered LATAM aircraft, but it is hard to see a viable alternative. Once on the ship, I immediately felt at home. Having read that she was about to undergo a refit, I expected her to be a bit tatty, but no - she was pretty much immaculate. Clean, neat and well presented, with tasteful art work and décor. I only hope they do not lose the delightful ambiance of the public areas during the refit in a rush to be trendy. My cabin (328) was fine for one, but would have been a bit of a logistic challenge for two I think; but others managed fine. It was kept clean throughout the trip by excellent staff. Food was good overall, with excellent buffet breakfasts and lunches covering all tastes. On shore trip days the evening meal was a buffet, but on sea days it was a set piece evening meal with limited choice for main course. Sometimes it worked well but other times I fancied neither option. It also took ages to serve. But, we were there for the scenery and wildlife. which we had in abundance. The weather was brilliant almost all of the time and the truly excellent expedition team got us ashore looking at things twice a day, most days. When they could not (due to swell usually)there was always a plan B, such as cruising around a glacier. The grand finale was crossing the Polar Circle. Altogether, I thought it was an excellent cruise and very good value for money Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
Antarctica/South Georgia was number one on my travel wish list (having recently checked off #'s 2 and 3... gorilla trekking and Papua New Guinea). I had been looking for more than a decade for an Antarctica cruise and found a great ... Read More
Antarctica/South Georgia was number one on my travel wish list (having recently checked off #'s 2 and 3... gorilla trekking and Papua New Guinea). I had been looking for more than a decade for an Antarctica cruise and found a great deal for this cruise a couple of months before departure. It was truly the trip of a lifetime (which is saying a great deal considering I've visited over 100 countries, every continent, and every world wonder). Everything about this cruise was near perfect. The staff, crew, servers, expedition crew were top rate. The lectures were interesting and the Seasick Band and crew performances fun and lively. The passengers were all upbeat and positive. I heard no complaints or negativity, which is very rare on a cruise. The food was excellent, plentiful and offered a good selection at each meal. I was amazed that we had fresh fruit and salads for the duration of the 21-day cruise. Embarkation and disembarkation were a breeze as were the transfers to and from the airport. Bags were ready when I arrived on the vessel. I felt safe getting in and out of the zodiacs for the shore excursions. Everyone seemed very well trained. The itinerary was as good as it gets. Three days in the Falklands, 5 days in South Georgia and 6 days in Antarctica. Having good weather (except on our Stanley landing) was a big bonus. We only missed one landing due to elephant seals blocking the landing at one site. Instead, we took a cruise in the zodiacs along the shore to see macaroni penguins and later among the icebergs and ice floes which were stunning. There were a few landings that we weren't sure would happen, however, the captain always managed to find a way. In addition to a rare stop at Signy, in the South Orkneys (only 4 visits allowed per season), we were also fortunate to cross the Antarctic Polar Circle and were able to do a landing there as well. I was pleased with my cabin on the 3rd floor with a porthole. Since it was only myself, it was more than spacious and would have been fine for 2 persons (though another large suitcase may have been tough to store... I guess it would have fit under the bed). One of the beds could be made into a couch, so it was comfortable for using my laptop and watching TV. There was a desk, television and the shower had good water pressure and reliable hot water (I shower at night, so I can't speak for any peak showering times). The internet worked quite well throughout... with only a few times being spotty for short periods. I thought the landings were well timed, allowing enough time for some rest and lunch between the morning and afternoon landings. We were kept pretty busy, so there was no time for boredom. I also liked the Fram... I could certainly understand why there were so many repeat Hurtigruten passengers. I would definitely love to go on another cruise with Hurtigruten. In fact, I've already started looking for my next cruise! This was by far the best cruise I have ever taken and I would highly recommend Hurtigruten to anyone (and already have). Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
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