North Atlantic Islands Cruises

   
 
 

North Atlantic Islands

Faroes

The North Atlantic islands and coastlines offer some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world. From the Scottish Isles to the High Arctic, visitors to the region can witness enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales and dolphins and seals at sea.

Though remote and sparsely populated today, many of the places we explore have been inhabited in the last 5000 years, and thousands of unique prehistoric and historic sites are a testimony to the thriving cultures of the past.

Our itineraries in the North Atlantic include the Scottish Islands and the Faroes.

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Iceland Circumnavigation
10 Days / 10 locations in Iceland
From $3235 Per Person Double Occupancy
Circum

Ocean DiamondExperience an unforgettable journey around the island of fire and ice. Iceland is a country of contrasts and the diverse natural landscape provides the possibility for unique experiences like nowhere else on earth. This cruise reveals both natural wonders and the Icelandic way of living. A range of exciting shore excursions brings the unique character of Iceland closer to you.

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Ilulissat - Image of Ice, 5 Days from Reykjavik
5 Days / 1 location in Greenland
From $3122 Per Person Double Occupancy
Iceberg

You will get familiar with a modern Greenlandic town north of the Polar Circle & experience the unique Disko Bay:

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Natural Wonders of Greenland and Iceland
12 Days / 9 locations in Iceland and Greenland
From $4595 Per Person Double Occupancy
Ship

Ocean DiamondDiscover the immense variety of the world’s biggest island on this grand tour of Greenland: the beautiful and fertile deep south with its fascinating Viking history; Nuuk, a modern capital in a traditional Inuit society; Ilulissat, the town of icebergs and its UNESCO World Heritage site, the Ilulissat Ice Fjord. All are part of an unforgettable journey aboard the Ocean Diamond.

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Mountains and Fjords - Soft Hiking
8 Days / 9 locations in Iceland
From $3899 Per Person Double Occupancy
Mountains

Iceland’s remote Westfjords offer the most unusual and untouched nature imaginable. Hike along red sands, sail the fjords to deserted villages teeming in wildlife, see puffins on Latrabjarg cliffs, and soak in hot springs under the Midnight Sun.

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Faroe Islands Coach Tour from Copenhagen
6 Days / 0 location in
From $2529 Per Person Double Occupancy

NEW for 2019: A guaranteed coach trip incl. English speaking guide service and a chance to see the highlights of the Faroe Islands. This tour includes accommodation, transport, most meals and a multitude of experiences. The perfect way to immerse yourself in the North Atlantic secret that is the Faroes!

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Iceberg Cruise from Reykjavik
7 Days / 5 locations in Greenland
From $4560 Per Person Double Occupancy
Disco

MV Sarfaq IttukThis week-long tour includes the very highlights of Greenland. Experience the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilulissat Ice Fjord during a stay at 4-star Hotel Arctic, and enjoy the Arctic landscape and tranquility during a short cruise to the capital of Nuuk on board the local steamer M/S Sarfaq Ittuk.

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Iceland and Natural Wonders of Greenland
12 Days / 11 locations in Greenland and Iceland
From $4595 Per Person Double Occupancy
Narsuaq

Ocean DiamondDiscover the immense variety of the world’s biggest island on this grand tour of Greenland: the beautiful and fertile deep south with its fascinating Viking history; Nuuk, a modern capital in a traditional Inuit society; Ilulissat, the town of icebergs and its UNESCO World Heritage site, the Ilulissat Ice Fjord. All are part of unforgettable journey aboard the Ocean Diamond.

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Nuuk- the Arctic Capital- 4 Day Tour
4 Days / 1 location in Greenland
From $2467 Per Person Double Occupancy
Nuuk

Nuuk is the northernmost as well as the smallest capital in the world – though still the largest and oldest city in Greenland with just over 16,000 inhabitants.

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