Iceland Cruise - Variety Small Ship Cruises - June To Sept 2018 Departures
- Departs from Akureyri, Iceland
- On 16th Jun 2018 for nights
- Onboard Panorama
- Prices from EUR2,345*
Pricing per person
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With the company of up to 49 fellow passengers, you will discover a fascinating country with amazing rugged landscapes, old legacies of the Vikings and the Norse. With the company of up to 49 fellow passengers, you will discover a fascinating country with amazing rugged landscapes, old legacies of the Vikings and the Norse. Visit Iceland in the summer months, the perfect season to sight humpback whales, orcas, dolphins. Discover the Myvatn Lake, the Namarskard a striking geothermal field, and the Godafoss Waterfall. The quaint fishing village of Husavik. Siglufjordur a fishing town close to the Arctic cirle. Isasfjordur, and nearby Arnardalur Valley.
EARLYBIRD! Prices listed here include a 10% discount and must be booked and deposited by the 28th of February 2018 to apply.
Must quote: EBD SUMMER 18 at time of quotation/booking for rates to apply.
Earlybird pricing - Cat C twin per person: EUR 2345 (was EUR 2575)
Earlybird pricing - Cat B twin per person: EUR 2660 (was EUR 2925)
Earlybird pricing - Cat A twin per person: EUR 3110 (was EUR 3425)
Iceland Cruise only prices include:
- 7 night small ship cruise aboard the mv Panorama (up to 49 guests) from Akureyri to Reykjavik, Iceland
- Accommodation in an air conditioned cabin with private bathroom
- All shipboard main meals
- Port taxes of EUR 275 pp
About the mv Panorama:
Discover a 3 masted Motorsailer which can accommodate up to 49 passengers in 24 cabins. The "Panorama" was launched in 1993 and has been rebuilt in 2001, followed by a latest renovation in 2014. In 2014, the Upper Deck cabins and Lounge, as well as the Main Deck cabin en suite bathrooms and Lounge have been refitted. This state of the art Motorsailer has performed several Atlantic Ocean crossings and has sailed from the Seychelles to Monte Carlo and from the Black Sea to Tunis and offers the highest standard of accommodation and comfort safet
Category C: Lower Deck - 1 Double Bed or 2 Twin Beds
The Category C cabins are located on the Lower Deck and have portholes. The cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with TV, telephone, hairdryers, mini-fridge, central music, and public address system and safe boxes. The fully equiped bathrooms are finished with marble.
Category B: Lower Deck - 2 Lower Beds
The Category B cabins are located on the Lower Deck and have portholes. The cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with TV, telephone, hairdryers, mini-fridge, central music, and public address system and safe boxes. The fully equiped bathrooms are finished with marble or corian.
Category A: Upper Deck or Main Deck - 2 Lower Beds or 1 Double Bed Cabin
The Category A cabins are located on the Upper Deck or on the Main Deck and have large windows enabling a breathtaking view or the areas you are cruising in. The cabins are air-conditioned and fitted with TV, telephone, hairdryers, mini-fridge, central music, and public address system and safe boxes. The fully equiped bathrooms are finished with marble or corian.
*Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin in EUR, based on best available cruise fare at time of publication (04Oct17). All prices based on cash payment - credit card fees may apply. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. Travel agent service fees may apply. Special conditions apply - please ask for full details at time of enquiry. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. Airfare/taxes and transfers are not included. While we endeavour to keep our pricing as up-to-date as possible, the advertised prices shown here may differ from the prices in our booking system at time of reservation. Offer subject to availability at time of booking.
Not included in your cruise fare:
Unless a specific package has been purchased, transfers to and from the vessel, shore excursions, wine, alcoholic beverages, telephone calls, gratuities, laundry service and items of a personal nature are not included and may be bought en route or are at a supplemental cost. There is a boutique on board some of our vessels.All onboard charges are in Euros. Gratuities are at our guests discretion. As a rule, satisfied customers are expected to leave between Euro 10-14 or USD 13-16 per person per day. These tips are distributed to all crew members. Guests have the choice to adjust the amount of gratuities reflecting the level of satisfaction.
7 Night Cruise sailing from Akureyri to Reykjavik aboard Panorama.
With the company of up to 49 fellow passengers, you will discover a fascinating country with amazing rugged landscapes, old legacies of the Vikings and the Norse. Visit Iceland in the summer months, the perfect season to sight humpback whales, orcas, dolphins. Discover the Myvatn Lake, the Namarskard a striking geothermal field, and the Godafoss Waterfall. The quaint fishing village of Husavik. Siglufjordur a fishing town close to the Arctic cirle. Isasfjordur, and nearby Arnardalur Valley.
Day 1(Saturday): Akureyri, Iceland
EMBARKATION 3-4 PM - Overnight in port and time for an optional late afternoon walking excursion in Akureyri.
Day 2(Sunday): Akureyri - Husavik, Iceland
This morning our full day optional excursion will take you from Akureyri to Husavik (where you will meet the Callisto in the evening). You will meet the Callisto in the evening). We take the Ring Road to reach Godafoss Waterfall - the Falls of the Gods - and will hear about the Kristni Saga, recounting the arrival of Christianity and the end of Paganism. After lunch we visit Lake Myvatn, Namarksard and Dimmuborgir, all fine examples of the volcanic world with lava fields, boiling and steaming mud pools, steam vents and craters. We rejoin the Callisto in Husavik and will spend some time walking around this colorful port. Overnight in port
Day 3(Monday): Husavik -Siglufjordur , Iceland
Morning sailing through the Skjafandi Bay to Siglufjordur. As always our Captain will inform you of whales’ sightings.
Midday arrival in Siglufjordur, Iceland’s northernmost city, very close to the Arctic Circle and possibly the most picturesque port of Iceland. Once known as the capital of Herring fishing. The optional walking tour through the city will take you to the port, the Herring Museum, the Folk Music center housed in Madame House, the oldest house in the city. In the afternoon, we sail for Isafjordur- Overnight at sea
Day 4(Tuesday): Isafjordur, Iceland
Morning arrival at Isafjordur is a large fishing port in Wesfjords. Our morning optional excursion will take us to Bolungravik and then Osvor town where we will visit a restored fisherman's hut. Back in town we will visit the Maritime Museum and walk around the town known for its rich cultural heritage and merchant's homes dating from the 18th century. Overnight in port at Isafjordur, Iceland.
Day 5(Wednesday): Isafjordur - Bildudadur, Iceland
Morning optional excursion from Isafjordur to Bildudalur. The Callisto sails -without passengers who are joining the excursion - to Bildudalur. On the optional excursion, we will stop by the Dynjandi Waterfalls before reaching Bildudalur and visiting the town and the Sea Monsters Museum (We rejoin the Callisto in port). We sail South after lunch and will cruise around the Westford coast line and sail past the Latrarbag cliffs which rise 450 m over the sea .Overnight at sea.
Day 6(Thursday): Akranes, Iceland
This morning we reach Akranes for our full day Optional excursion to Deildartunguhver, Europe's most powerful thermal spring, to the Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfalls area. We will stop in Reykholt which was at one time one of the intellectual centers of the island and had for many years one of the most important schools of the country. Here lived in the Middle Ages one of the most important persons in Icelandic history: Snorri Sturluson. He was a famous poet and politician whose records of the Old Norse language and mythology of medieval Iceland are invaluable to modern scholars. He lived and died here. Remains of his farm and a bathroom with hot pot and a tunnel between the bath and the house can still be visited. In the afternoon we rejoin the ship. Overnight in port.
Day 7(Friday): Reykjavik, Iceland
Morning sailing and arrival in Reykjavik. All day optional excursion in Reykjavik city before leaving to enjoy a panoramic tour to the volcanic Reykjanes Peninsula. Vikingaheimar, and the geothermal fields of Krysuvik. Overnight in port.
Day 8 (Saturday): Reykjavik, Iceland
Disembarkation 6 am -10 am at Reykjavik Iceland.