London (tower Bridge) to London (tower Bridge) on Silver-Wind

17 July 2018
Cruise Only for 15 nights

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Tuesday 17 July London (Tower Bridge) 1700
2 - Wednesday 18 July Day At Sea
3 - Thursday 19 July Haugesund 0800 1600
4 - Friday 20 July Flaam 0800 1630
5 - Saturday 21 July Alesund (Norway) 0830 1730
Alesund is built across three islands and uniquely for Norway, is an Art Nouveau town, rebuilt in this style after a devastating fire in 1904. The KUBE Art Museum is housed in the former premises of the Norwegian Bank, and upmarket shops line Apotekergata. For good views of the islands, hills and coast, take the steps from Alesund's park up to Mount Aksla. Worthy of a visit is the magnificent 12th-century Borgund Stave Church in Laerdal.
6 - Sunday 22 July Bronnoysund 2400 1800
7 - Monday 23 July Leknes, Lofoten 0800 1800
8 - Tuesday 24 July Narvik 0700 1400
9 - Wednesday 25 July Honningsvag (North Cape) 1400 2000
9 - Wednesday 25 July Cruising North Cape 2300 2300
10 - Thursday 26 July Hammerfest (Norway) 0800 1400
Hammerfest, the world's most northerly town, is at the same latitude as northern Siberia, but largely ice-free thanks to the Gulf Stream. The fur trade and international trade with neighbouring Russia brought prosperity, as did the growing fish processing industry. Its strategic position made it the ideal base for Germany's fleet during World War II. Visit the amusingly named Polar Bear Club for a taste of Arctic natural history.
11 - Friday 27 July Tromso (Norway) 0800 1800
Tromso is the capital of the Arctic, and has been the starting point for many Polar expeditions. In the waterfront Polar Museum there are exhibits related to these and the history of hunting and trapping in the Polar region. There are shops, cafes, the stunning stained glass Arctic Cathedral and the world's most northerly botanic garden in the town, which benefits from the Gulf Stream.
12 - Saturday 28 July Day At Sea
13 - Sunday 29 July Andalsnes (Norway) 0800 1300
13 - Sunday 29 July Molde (Norway) 1530 2000
Facing south along the Romdalsfjord, in the northern part of Norway's Fjordland, the colourful and modern city of Molde is known as the 'Town of Roses', surrounded by over 200 mountain peaks. The market place has an impressive city hall and Molde Church has been richly decorated by Norwegian artists. Shoppers buy local crafts including knitwear, silver, reindeer skins and glass. The area of Molde is known for its scenic roads, including the Trollstigen and the island-hopping Atlantic Road.
14 - Monday 30 July Bergen (Norway) 0930 1600
The old Hanseatic port of Bergen is within walking distance of the city centre and the famous Bryggen, the World Heritage listed waterfront area of gabled traditional buildings which dates back 900 years. The outdoor fish market is one of Bergen's popular tourist attractions, along with the Floibanen, the funicular which travels up Mount Floyen close to Skomadkerdiket Lake for views of the city and the sea.
15 - Tuesday 31 July Day At Sea
16 - Wednesday 01 August London (Tower Bridge) 0630
Code Category Status Latest Price
VI Vista Suite WAITLIST £11000pp
VR Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £13400pp
DV Midship Veranda Suite WAITLIST £13700pp
ME Medallion Suite WAITLIST £21800pp
SL Silver Suite WAITLIST £22500pp
R1 Royal 1 Suite WAITLIST £23200pp
G1 Grand 1 Suite WAITLIST £24200pp
O1 Owner's 1 Suite WAITLIST £27100pp
R2 Royal 2 Suite WAITLIST £28900pp
G2 Grand 2 Suite WAITLIST £30000pp
O2 Owner's 2 Suite WAITLIST £34600pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: Included; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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