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5 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Kirkenes

5 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Kirkenes

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Kirkenes
  • Day 1
    Vardo
  • Day 1
    Batsfjord
  • Day 1
    Berlevag
  • Day 2
    Mehamn
  • Day 2
    Kjollefjord
  • Day 2
    Honnigsvag
  • Day 2
    Havoysund
  • Day 2
    Hammerfest
  • Day 2
    Hokkaido
  • Day 2
    Skjervoy
  • Day 3
    Finnsnes
  • Day 3
    Harstad
  • Day 3
    Risoyhamn
  • Day 3
    Sortland
  • Day 3
    Stokmarknes
  • Day 3
    Lofoten
  • Day 3
    Tromso
  • Day 4
    Tromso
  • Day 4
    Bodo
  • Day 4
    Ornes
  • Day 4
    Nesna
  • Day 4
    Sandnessjpen
  • Day 4
    Bronnoysund
  • Day 4
    Seven Islands (Svalbard)
  • Day 5
    Trondheim
  • Day 5
    Kristiansund
  • Day 5
    Molde
  • Day 6
    Alesund
  • Day 6
    Torvik
  • Day 6
    Maloy
  • Day 6
    Floro
  • Day 6
    Bergen

Nordlys

Nordlys - Hurtigruten

One of six of Hurtigruten's "Contemporary Ships"

Explores Norway's coast and stunning fjords

Nordlys is a sibling to Nordnorge


Cruise Reviews

This was our first cruise. We wanted to see Norway without frenetic travelling. It suited a couple who like the quieter things in life. It didn’t fail to please. Lectures and points of interest calls made for an interesting trip ... Read More
This was our first cruise. We wanted to see Norway without frenetic travelling. It suited a couple who like the quieter things in life. It didn’t fail to please. Lectures and points of interest calls made for an interesting trip aboard a ship with helpful, friendly staff. Accommodation was in clean, adequate cabins and there was plenty of really delicious food. The itinerary was amazing. The Norwegian coast is truly beautiful. The northbound trip allowed daytime trips to Trondheim, Tromsø and the North Cape, while an extra day spent in Bergen allowed us to take in the sights there too. All longer stops can be enjoyed as excursions or as we did, using local sources or just a map! Hurtigruten operate a well-oiled machine. Clear information was forwarded prior to the trip. Transfers were included, including the optional extra day in Bergen. It allowed us to take a truly relaxing break. The polar outside cabin pretty well always faced shore, northbound, though in fjords, cabin side did not matter. The ship offered a fairly smooth trip. The highlights - late night sail into the Trollfjord, the breathtaking North Cape and a glimpse of the northern lights. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
We wished to see the Norweigan coast. Even though the price was high, it is a ferry. People without sleeping accommodations sleeping all over seating areas. Food quite diverse but very good. The buffet breakfast and lunch are like fish ... Read More
We wished to see the Norweigan coast. Even though the price was high, it is a ferry. People without sleeping accommodations sleeping all over seating areas. Food quite diverse but very good. The buffet breakfast and lunch are like fish feeding frenzies . Ran out of popular items. Other than for two servers the meal service was horrible. Very short staffed. Also bad timing for one of the lunches, which was not buffet. Sit down meal and an hour later we’re not served and because we booked a tour we basically finished eating after 3 and were supposed to have diner at 5:30. Couldn’t get wine and water, or even order wine. Expedition team outstanding. However, tours are quite costly. Glad we went on the trip but did not receive value for what we paid. Would not recommend if you wish quality service. Beautiful scenery along the way. I would recommend a shorter trip as there are repeat stops returning to Bergen. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We were travelling from Alesund to Bergen. It cost 337 Gbp for my girlfriend and I, so very expensive and our hopes were high. There was very little information before the trip, then no one to meet us at the terminal, everyone just had to ... Read More
We were travelling from Alesund to Bergen. It cost 337 Gbp for my girlfriend and I, so very expensive and our hopes were high. There was very little information before the trip, then no one to meet us at the terminal, everyone just had to work it our for themselves. The cabin was tiny, barely room for us and our bags once the beds were folded out. We couldn't move past each other. It was extremely loud during the night, and very difficult to sleep. It was also cold, with no obvious way to change the temperature or any information to help us with that. We wish we had just got the bus. That said, the breakfast was good with good selection of food and the staff were friendly on board. The staff were also quick to clear plates and tables during breakfast, while all food was regularly topped up if it ran out. The staff on check in were also friendly, and gave the easiest route to the room (although the information was slightly wrong so took us longer to find our room than expected. The scenery was nice, helped by the sunny weather near bergen. Disembarking was a free for all, and then we're held in long queues with no information. That was fine for us as 27 year olds, but there were a number of elderly passengers who were forced to stand and wait for a while with no help or information. As we were only on the ship for one night, we are unable to comment on lunch, dinner, entertainment, activities and excursions, as we didn't experience any of these things. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
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