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Discover Awe-Inspiring Fjords on a Norway Cruise

Natural wonders and once-in-a-lifetime thrills await on a Norway cruise. From the towering mountains of Bergen to the dramatic waterfalls of Alesund, Norway is full of breathtaking surprises. Embark on one our Norwegian fjords cruises and marvel at the spectacular landscapes, verdant mountains, and gushing waterfalls that surround you. Watch as eagles soar in the blue skies above and whales and seals play in the deep waters.

Beyond the majestic fjords, Norway’s cities and villages provide bucket-list opportunities for history buffs, foodies, and adventure seekers. Soak up the magic of picturesque cities like Oslo. Photograph the colorful fishermen’s houses dotting the coast of Alesund. Sip local craft beer in Bergen. Climb the soaring heights of Pulpit Rock for one of the best views in the country.

With Celebrity, sail beyond the beaten path in Norway on a seven-night Norwegian fjords cruise, or embark on one of our European cruises that stops in Oslo. On board, experience total relaxation in your stylish suite or stateroom. Enjoy world-class dining and entertainment as you discover Norway in all its glory

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Nature buffs and adventure seekers can’t miss seeing the stunning Norwegian fjords during their cruise. Bergen is a great jumping-off point to see fjords like Hardangerfjord, the country’s second-largest fjord. UNESCO World Heritage Site Geirangerfjord is known as the “crown jewel” of the country’s fjords, contrasting steep waterfalls with snow-peaked mountain caps. Go slightly off-the-beaten path to neighboring Hjørundfjord, where activities like fjord fishing and kayaking will captivate you.

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Explore Oslo’s famous Viking Ship Museum and see three expertly preserved vessels. Spend a while at the Munch Museum, dedicated to the painter Edvard Munch, known best for his painting “The Scream.” In Bergen, Bryggens Museum is a mighty testament to life in the town before a devastating fire in 1955, where excavations uncovered beautiful reminders of everyday Norwegian life. Bergen is also home to its own art museum that uniquely preserves the homes of famous composers throughout history. Time travel at Sunnmøre Museum in Alesund, an open-air exhibit featuring preserved homes and boats dating back to medieval times.

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Norway’s distilleries and craft microbrewing scene is rapidly growing in cities like Bergen and Alesund. After decades of mostly serving lagers, microbrewers around the country wanted to offer more variety for beer drinkers, so they started to brew their own IPAs, pale ales, and stouts. Ever since, Norway’s cities have brewed hundreds of their own unique drafts. Unwind after a day’s hike and try something new on the menu.

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Rows of deep red, burnt orange, and white houses near Bryggen Wharf is one of the top sights in the city. Enjoy a romantic wharfside meal or a cozy coffee there before you visit Bryggens Museum or St. Mary’s Church. Ride a funicular rail to the summit of Mt. Fløyen for incredible panoramic views of the city below. Explore the surrounding fjords on an unforgettable kayaking or hiking adventure.

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On a Norway cruise, you’ll visit the picturesque town of Alesund, frequently cited as one of the country’s most beautiful places to visit. Spend a leisurely day exploring the Art Nouveau District. Hike up nearly 500 steps to Aksla Viewpoint and admire the stunning vistas of the archipelago and breathtaking fjords beyond. The town is also the gateway to Geirangerfjord, one of Norway’s most famous natural wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, nestled between imposing cliffs on all sides.

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Let Oslo’s metropolitan atmosphere energize you as you explore its opulent palaces and incredible museums. The capital of Norway is teeming with Viking history, from ships dating back to the 9th century at the Viking Museum to 17th-century art at the National Museum. Art lovers won’t want to miss seeing Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” in person. When you move on from historic wonders, grab a craft beer or sample local salmon at any of Oslo’s trendy eateries.

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Embark on an unforgettable cruise to Norway aboard Celebrity Silhouette or Celebrity Reflection. Sailing from May to August, our Norwegian fjord cruises last anywhere from seven nights to nine nights. Longer itineraries give you the chance to see towns like the mountainous Flam or the remote Geiranger. On a Northern Europe cruise, you’ll overnight in Oslo on the way to cities like Copenhagen, Bruges, and Paris, or visit the capital before venturing to Sweden and Finland.

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On a Norway cruise with Celebrity Cruises, you’ll discover the best of Norway while enjoying the comforts of our cruise ship. Celebrity’s impeccable service and world-class dining will elevate your vacation to new heights. Spend your days at sea exploring innovative onboard venues, splashing in the pool, or indulging in a relaxing spa treatment.

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Experience Norway’s spectacular fjords with Norwegian Cruise Line.

On your cruise to Norway, explore a fairytale landscape of cascading waterfalls, lush forests and rugged mountains that seemingly slide into the sea. From fly fishing and kayaking to hiking and more, this country truly is an outdoor playground with a diverse lineup of activities. Tour picturesque villages, including Geiranger , and vibrant cities like Olso where you can dive into Viking history, savour local cuisine and enjoy a glimpse of local culture set against a spectacular natural backdrop - all on one unforgettable cruise holiday.

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Enjoy front-row seats to incredible vistas whilst cruising Norway's dramatic fjords. Serene waters, rugged cliffs rising from the sea and unlimited outdoor adventures await your discovery. View Europe's largest mainland glacier in Jostedalsbreen National Park, located outside Måløy. Enjoy a boating tour of Hardangerfjord - one of the world's longest fjords - and hike through lush forests to towering waterfalls.

Cruise from Bangkok , Hong Kong or Singapore and immerse yourself in the natural beauty, dramatic history and rich cultures of Southeast Asia on a once-in-a-lifetime vacation. In Phuket , visit historic Buddhist temples or splash the day away on some of Thailand’s most spectacular beaches. At the Samui Elephant Sanctuary on the island of Ko Samui , learn about these incredible animals during close-up encounters. Explore traditional kampung  (villages) in Langkawi or journey inland and hike among waterfalls and hot springs.

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Famous for its stunning art nouveau architecture, Ålesund stretches across seven islands and is surrounded by natural beauty. Tour the city's historical churches and unique architecture or reel in a grand adventure in what is considered Norway's fishing capital. Then in Oslo, explore the city's historic roots with a visit to the Viking Ships Museum which includes three well-preserved Viking-era burial ships.

Enjoy front-row seats to incredible vistas while cruising Norway’s dramatic fjords. Serene waters, rugged cliffs rising from the sea, and unlimited outdoor adventures await your discovery. View Europe’s largest mainland glacier in Jostedalsbreen National Park, located outside Måløy. Enjoy a boating tour of Hardangerfjord — one of the world’s longest fjords — and hike through lush forests to towering waterfalls.

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Before embarking on your fjords cruise, experience all Copenhagen has to offer. With 250 miles of bike lanes, the city is ideal for touring and riding alongside its peaceful canals. Stroll along one of Europe's longest pedestrian-only shopping avenues, Strøget. Then visit some of Copenhagen’s historic sites including the 17th century Rosenborg Castle.

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We’ve revamped everything from the carpets to the chandeliers and created brand new places and spaces in one of our most extensive ship renovations yet. Unwind in luxury and enjoy the breathtaking views from your spacious balcony in the new, magnificently refinished staterooms. Savor every bite at six new restaurants, including the addition of our fine Italian outlet, Onda by Scarpetta. And dance the night away at Bliss Ultra Lounge, the newest hot spot on the club scene. Come aboard the exquisitely updated Norwegian Spirit, completely reimagined from the outside in.

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Explore the most amazing Nordic treasures with a Norwegian fjords cruise

The Norwegian Fjords are undoubtedly among the most beautiful natural landscapes in the world , capable of inspiring awe with their majestic beauty and timeless atmosphere. Norway has over a thousand fjords, Geirangerfjord and the Naerøyfjord being the largest. Since 2005, they have featured in the list of UNESCO heritage sites – and they’re now accessible on an exclusive MSC Norwegian fjords cruise . The Norway fjords cruise is one of the best ways to visit these earthly and imposing spectacles thanks to the deep water surrounding them, which is both smooth and easy to navigate. During the Norwegian fjords cruise 2024 - 2025 seasons , you can admire these imposing examples of natural beauty first-hand and from the best possible vantage point.

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On our Norwegian Fjords cruises you’ll encounter one of the most awe-inspiring landscapes on the planet. Witness cascading waterfalls plunging into crystalline pools from the snow-topped mountains, climb the towering heights of Pulpit Rock, and engage with the captivating indigenous culture.

Nestled in the heart of Scandinavia, these deep, glacially-carved inlets offer a surreal landscape that beckons travellers from around the world. Norwegian Fjords are nature’s masterpiece, a geographical wonder that paints a picture of rugged cliffs, serene waters, and pristine wilderness.

As you set sail, you’ll be enveloped by a sense of tranquility that’s hard to find elsewhere. The Norwegian fjords, with their sheer cliffs and crystal-clear waters, create a breathtaking backdrop that changes with the shifting light, making every moment unique.

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Explore the Flam Railway, hike to Stegastein viewpoint, cruise the Aurlandsfjord and Naeroyfjord, visit the Flam Church, go kayaking, taste local cuisine, visit museums, enjoy nature walks, and admire waterfalls.

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Stavanger, a coastal gem in Norway, enchants with its historic charm and modern vitality. With a picturesque Old Town, vibrant food scene, and access to the awe-inspiring Lysefjord and its iconic Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), Stavanger offers a captivating blend of cultural richness and natural splendour.

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Ålesund, a coastal jewel on Norway’s western shores, is celebrated for its Art Nouveau architecture, creating a captivating ambiance against a backdrop of fjords and mountains. This charming town invites exploration of its unique streets, rich maritime history, and panoramic views from Mount Aksla.

When is the best time to visit the Norwegian Fjords?

The best time to take a cruise holiday to the Norwegian Fjords depends on the region you want to explore and the specific experiences you’re seeking.

The ideal time to visit the Norwegian fjords is typically during the summer months, from late May to early September. This period offers the most favourable weather conditions for exploring these breathtaking natural wonders.

During summer, the days are long with extended daylight hours, and the fjords are framed by lush green landscapes and vibrant wildflowers. It’s an ideal time for activities such as hiking, kayaking, and cruising through the fjords to appreciate their stunning beauty. Moreover, the weather is relatively mild, making it more comfortable for outdoor excursions.

It’s also essential to consider factors like local holidays, festivals and peak tourist seasons. It’s always a good idea to consult with one of our cruise agents who will give you the best advice!

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    WELCOME TO THE ICE AGE

    Set off for the north to see the sparsely populated, mountainous country of Norway. Among the thousands of pristine lakes, isolated islands and stunning fjords, you'll feel like you've stepped back into the Ice Age. 

    Norway, Stavanger Majestic Cliff

    THE JEWELS OF THE NORTH

    Norway is famous for its fjords, the narrow, steep-sided inlets formed by retreating glaciers at the end of the Ice Age. Head to Geiranger to see Europe's highest fjord, or explore Molde's 12-mile fjord that winds through the archipelago. No matter how you choose to ford the fjords, you'll see why Norway is known for these natural wonders.

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    SAVOR THE SEA

    Different parts of Norway offer unique specialties and tasty delicacies. Most dishes include fish and seafood straight from the sea, but you can head to Naboen Pub and Restaurant in Bergen or Dovrehallen in  Oslo  for meat dishes featuring mutton, beef or reindeer. Try pancakes stuffed with bacon, sour cream and lingonberry jam, or warm up with a creamy fish soup.

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    HIGH UP HIDEAWAYS

    In Norway, you're never far from the natural world. Cruise to Norway to hike or bike the many trails of  Mold e to see views of 222 mountain peaks, or trek along the  Geiranger Skywalk  to see aerial views of glaciers below. In Stavanger, hike up the well-marked paths to the impressive cliff of Prekestol, or simply enjoy the tranquility and quietness of  Flam Valley .

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    ANCIENT HISTORY, MODERN CHARM

    From the old city quarters to the modern architecture, Norwegian towns off wonderful sights. Take a stroll to Oslo's Opera House for a view of its striking design, or shop for trendy  Scandinavian  souvenirs in the streets of Bergen. You'll be in heaven no matter where you go with Norway cruises. 

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    GAMBLE ON GAMLEBYEN

    Explore the remains of medieval Oslo in Gamlebyen (Old Town), and admire the charming wooden houses. In Bergen, wander alongside the wharf and through the narrow alleyways of Bryggen, the oldest part of Bergen founded in 1070. Here you'll walk amongst colorful UNESCO-listed wooden buildings, preserved or rebuilt in their original Medieval style.

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    PIRATES AHEAD

    Travel to the southern city of  Kristiansand  to visit the picturesque Christiansholm Fortress, built in the 17th century on the seaside promenade in the city center. Walk along five-meter-thick walls, built to protect the city from pirate assaults. In Oslo, don't miss the Akerhus Castle and Fortress built in 1299, which has also functioned as a royal residence and a prison. You'll find history everywhere you look during your Norway vacation.

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    SCANDINAVIAN SOUVENIRS

    In Norway's larger cities, like Oslo and Bergen, you can go shopping in big malls and department stores, but there are also many small boutiques, antique shops and markets all throughout the country. The small trendy design stores are stocked with gifts and souvenirs like Norwegian brown cheese or knitted sweaters. In the smaller towns, you'll often find unique shops with handmade crafts like Viking drinking horns.

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    THERE'S NOR-WAY YOU'LL WANT TO MISS THIS

    Enjoy the impressive views of the steep mountainsides, flowing waterfalls and narrow valleys of the Norwegian countryside. Immerse yourself in the local culture by admiring the colorful wooden houses and medieval ruins and indulging in the fresh regional cuisine. When you visit Norway, you'll find like you've entered a whole new world.

    Norway, Aurlands Fjorden

    FJORD FOR DAYS

    Originally a Norwegian word describing a narrow inlet formed within a glacial valley, the term "fjord" has since gone international. Norway is home to no less than 1,000 fjords, so be sure to check out the country via these winding waterways. Admire the Geirangerfjord in  Geiranger , the Aurlandsfjord in  Flam  or the Lustrafjord in  Skjolden  for a heavenly view.

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    NORTHERN EXPEDITIONS

    While you're in the region, why not explore some other  Northern European  cities? Norway's neighboring countries, such as Sweden, Denmark, Finland and  Iceland , each have their unforgettably unique characteristics, so be sure to relax in  Reykjavik , Iceland's geothermal spa surrounded by volcanic vistas, or stroll through the stylish Swedish capital, built across 14 islands.

    WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO Prepare for Nordic Adventure

    As an Arctic wonder, Norway offers adventure, attractions and charm all year round.

    If you visit the country in the summer, you'll avoid the chilly temperatures, you'll be able to witness the Midnight Sun and will find that more attractions are open. In winter, however, you'll be able to see a northern wonderland covered in a magical layer of snow, which you can enjoy by snow shoeing, skiing or snowboarding. Between late September and late March, it's dark from early afternoon until late morning, and this is the best time to see the Northern Lights.

    No matter what season you decide to visit, just remember the Norwegian saying, "There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes." While the climate between different areas of the country varies widely, the Norwegian winters are long and cold in general. If you wear the right clothes, though, you'll be just fine.

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    CUISINE NORDIC NOMS 

    In Norway, you'll find many higher-end restaurants transforming local ingredients into refined, modern plates. But there's also no shortage of hearty traditional far in the smaller towns or hiparagraphCopy international cuisine in the bigger cities. If you're looking for delectable seafood dishes during your vacation, Norway is the place to go.

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    SATISFY YOUR SWEET TOOTH

    Northern Europeans know a thing or two about pastry. If you're in the mood for a sweet treat for breakfast or with afternoon tea, pop into a traditional Norwegian bakery and try the norsk kanelboller, a cardamon-scented dough pastry, or skillingsboller, the Scandinavian cinnamon bun.

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    Springtime Norwegian Fjords in Five Nights

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    In just five nights, Borealis will take you on a journey along some of Norway's most picturesque waterways to two wonderfully contrasting destinations. In the Norse city of Bergen, named after the surrounding mountains, there’s the chance to hike with a local atop Mount Fløyen, offering views of the city and surrounding fjordland, while Flåm presents the opportunity to take a boat tour along the winding UNESCO-listed Nærøyfjord or to travel up high into the mountains aboard the Flåm Railway. As Borealis cruises Norway’s longest fjord, Sognefjord, and the size-restricted Fjærlandsfjord, you will be superbly placed to spend the spring Bank Holiday weekend admiring Norway’s remarkable landscapes of powerful waterfalls, steep cliffs, and waterside villages.

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    Explore fjord landscapes of Norway

    Your Borealis cruise to Norway has been planned for you to experience the beauty of the fjords in spring, as snow has melted on the mountains and waterfalls are at their strongest. Known as the King of the Fjords, Sognefjord's forested hillsides roll down to deep blue tranquil waters and tiny villages dotted along the fjord edge. Experience a scenic cruise along UNESCO-listed Naerøyfjord to with remarkable views of towering mountains and tumbling waterfalls, while Fjaerlandsfjord, with its peaceful surroundings, mirror-like waters and glacier-carved valleys, invites exploration.

    View from Mount Floyen

    Embrace Friluftsliv

    The Norwegian concept of embracing spending time outdoors is known as Friluftsliv and encompasses a diverse range of activities to enjoy, whatever the season or weather. Hiking through Norway's scenic landscapes offers outstanding views across fjords and mountains, while kayaking along serene fjords gives you the chance to see tumbling waterfalls and lush mountains from the unique perspective of the water. From Bergen, a journey on the funicular railway to the top of Mount Fløyen with views across the surrounding fjords is not to be missed, or from Vikøyri, Flåm Railway is said to be one of the world’s most beautiful train journeys, taking you past sparkling blue rivers and up to mountain peaks.

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    Introducing borealis.

    Sister ship to Bolette , Borealis is perfectly suited for enjoying scenic cruising of the world's lesser-known waterways. From cruising past remarkable landscapes and historical sites to capturing the beauty of the natural world. 

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    Sister-ship to Bolette , Borealis is perfectly suited for taking guests on a journey around the globe, enabling more exploration in more exciting ports. Her smaller size, spacious public areas, open deck spaces and impressive array of restaurants make her perfect for longer voyages, and shorter journeys alike.

    Our Signature Experiences

    To make your experience even more special, our Journey Planners have designed a unique programme of Signature Experiences which will allow you to discover real insights about the culture and nature of the places we are visiting, so you can arrive in each destination fully prepared to get the most out of your visit.

    We have carefully curated a programme of events to give you a deeper understanding of each of the destinations you will be visiting

    Our Scenic Discoveries are designed to allow you to enjoy seeing the world from the unique perspective of our ships

    Maritime is in our DNA - our history in shipping goes back almost 200 years

    There’s very little in the natural world more beautiful than a clear night sky, sunrise or sunset seen at sea

    We love to bring a taste of the region's food, drink, local tastes and culinary traditions to life on board

    Sample Shore Tours

    At each port of call on your cruise, we carefully research and hand pick Shore Tour options for you, designed for you see as many of the world's best destinations as possible.

    Below, you will find some sample Shore Tours which will give you an example of what to expect on your cruise. Your Shore Tours will be available to book approximately 8-13 weeks prior to departure via your My Cruises account.

    View from Mount Floyen, Bergen Norway

    Introduction to Bergen & Mount Fløyen

    Embark on a scenic drive through Bergen, passing King Håkon’s Hall, Rosenkratz Tower, and Bryggen Wharf to the lower funicular station of Mount Fløyen. Board your carriage that ascends to the summit, 400m above sea level in just eight minutes.

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    Hiking Like a Local

    Walk to Bryggen, Bergen's UNESCO-listed Heritage Site, before ascending to the summit of Mount Fløyen on the funicular train. After a hike to the top of Mount Sandviken, descend into the valley to Øvre Eide Farm for a taste of creamy fish soup.

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    An Insight into Rural Life

    Gain an insight into life on a traditional Norwegian farm in Bergen with a visit to Øvre Gard Farm. This family-run farm dates back to the 16th century and has a rich and varied history.

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    Flåm Railway Ticket

    Enjoy a scenic journey along the famous Flåm Railway, one of the world's steepest railways. This round trip to Myrdal also includes a brief stop at Kjosfossen Waterfall.

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    Stegastein Viewpoint

    Experience the extraordinary and spectacular Stegastein Viewpoint, 650m above Aurlandsfjord. This structure, which juts out 30m from the mountainside, offers an unparalleled panorama of the fjord, mountains, and surrounding landscape

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    Holo Mountain Farm

    Enjoy a visit to Holo Mountain Farm to meet the owner Gry, and learn all about the history of the farm, meet her animals and discover why she decided to live here.

    Your Guest Speakers

    We’ve arranged for some wonderful guest speakers to join us for this cruise. They will be delivering a programme of insightful talks and activities to deepen your cultural, artistic and historical understanding of the destinations we will be exploring, well as helping you to enjoy the natural beauty of the places we visit.

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    Jeanette Yuile

    Jeanette boasts over 40 years of Upstream Oil and Gas experience, and as a local Norwegian, she splits her time between Norway and the UK. During your cruise, Jeanette will be hosting a series of talks on Norway’s culture and way of life.

    Will Cheung - Go Stargazing

    International published photographer, Wil Cheung will  be joining us throughout our sailing, ready to assist in capturing unforgettable moments of the destinations we will cruise by.

    Treats & Pastimes

    In addition to our Signature Experiences, we have a selection of lovely Treats & Pastimes for you to enjoy when on board. Just check your Daily Times each day for full details.

    Cabins, Prices & Offers

    Cabin Options On Your Cruise

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    Balcony Junior Suite (BJ)

    Borealis ' Balcony Junior Suites have a private balcony and sitting/bedroom area.

    Balcony Junior Suite Wheelchair Adapted (BJD)

    Borealis ' Balcony Junior Adapted Suites have a balcony and sitting/bedroom area.

    Balcony Suite (BS)

    Located on decks 6 & 7, Borealis ' Balcony Suites have a private balcony.

    Premier Suite (PS)

    Borealis ' Premier Suites are located on Deck 7, and have a private balcony.

    Premier Suite Wheelchair Adapted (PSD)

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    Norway & Iceland Cruises

    Lands of fire and ice.

    Immerse yourself in true beauty on a Norway and Iceland cruise with Princess®. Sail past mountains, fjords and forest-lined valleys. Discover artifacts and architecture of medieval times. Or learn about legends from locals, whose stories have been passed down from generations before them. Between the rugged terrains and the Viking history, these lands echo the promise of adventure.

    Featured Norway & Iceland Cruise Ports

    Discover some of the world-renowned destinations that await you on an Norway & Iceland cruise with Princess.

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    Known to be the most pleasant town in Iceland, Akureyri is teeming with tranquility and beauty. On an Iceland cruise, take a dip in the Myvatn nature baths, known for their restorative powers. Or stroll through the Botanical Gardens, where you can admire over 2,000 species of flora from around the world. Experience the best of both fire and ice when you visit Akureyri with Princess.

    Encounter beauty, history and culture when you visit Bergen on your Norway cruise. Marvel at the grandeur of Hardangerfjord, the third largest fjord in the world, on a scenic day tour. Or step into a medieval assembly room at the Schøtstuene Museum, and walk down Bryggen Wharf — a UNESCO World Heritage Site that preserves wooden buildings from the days of the Hanseatic League.

    On a cruise to Iceland, unveil Grundarfjordur’s heroic past. Climb the "Holy Mountain," which once housed a temple dedicated to Thor. Tour the 4,000-year old lava fields of Berserkergata, and live through the stories of Iceland’s sagas — tales of migration, war, religion and mythology. Or spend the day birdwatching in the fishing village of Arnarstapi, where gulls, fulmars and kittiwakes reside.

    Reykjavik is the gateway to natural wonders. On an Iceland cruise, warm up with a dip in the city’s Blue Lagoon, and cool down on a glacier walk across jagged ice formations. Ride across the countryside by horseback, soar over volcanic craters during a helicopter ride or snorkel through the waters of Thingvellir National Park. See the beauty of Iceland’s capital for yourself when you sail with Princess.

    Stavanger is a true icon of Norway. As the nation’s capital of cuisine, learn how to smoke and can sardines, and then taste them yourself. Attend a musical performance in the chapel of Utstein Kloster, a 12th-century abbey that was once home to Augustine monks. Or visit Old Stavanger during your Norway cruise, and enjoy an architectural tour through Europe’s largest collection of wooden buildings.

    As one of the best places to see the Northern Lights, Tromsø is teeming with wonders from the skies above to the fjords below. On a Norway cruise, learn about the city’s history of Arctic hunting at the Polar Museum. Visit the Husky Wilderness Camp to meet championship dogs and hear about their racing careers. Or ride a cable car to the peak of Mt. Storsteinen for sweeping views of the city.

    Why Cruise Norway & Iceland

    The majestic beauty and natural phenomena of Northern Europe offers an adventure like no other.

    Natural splendors

    Natural splendors abound in Norway and Iceland. In Grundarfjördur, marvel at the seascapes, fjords and tidal currents within Breidafjordur Bay. Rejuvenate in the mineral-rich waters of the Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik. Or fly over Godafoss Waterfall, the ‘Waterfall of the Gods,’ during a flightseeing tour in Akureyri. Come face-to-face with Mother Nature’s crown jewels — only on an Norway and Iceland cruise with Princess.

    The search for phenomena

    Travel to Alta, the "City of the Northern Lights," for a chance to see the sky painted lime green. Cruise to Iceland in June and bask in 24 hours of daylight during the summer solstice. Or visit Honningsvag for a glimpse of the Midnight Sun during your evening departure. While we can’t guarantee you’ll see these natural phenomena, we can promise that the journey is just as exciting as the wonders themselves.

    Norway & Iceland excursions

    Our award-winning Norway and Iceland cruise shore excursions bring you to natural wonders, wildlife and landmarks. Relax in Reykjavik’s Blue Lagoon while gazing at snowy landscapes. Get up close to Akureyri’s 35-foot waterfall that tumbles into the Skjálfandafljót River below. Or travel to the Bjarnarhöfn Shark Farm in Grundarfjordur to learn how to make hákarl, a 400-year old Icelandic delicacy.

    More ashore

    Enjoy even more marvels and mysteries with More Ashore late-night departures and overnight stays. On a Norway cruise to Alta, search for the Aurora Borealis at midnight with a cup of hot chocolate in hand. Attend a summer concert at Tromsø’s Arctic Cathedral to welcome the return of the Midnight Sun. Or enjoy a 9-hour journey through Reykjavik’s landscapes on itineraries that depart later in the evening.

    Norway & Iceland Cruise Onboard Experience

    Curated comfort, world-class entertainment and international flavors await you.

    Experience Norway and Iceland without ever stepping off the ship. Our onboard activities bring the diverse cultures of these regions directly to you. Sing, dance, feast and celebrate in a way that only Norway, Iceland and Princess know how.

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    Your home away from home

    Your stateroom is where you rest and recharge between adventures. That’s why every room is equipped with the expertly designed Princess Luxury Bed, 100% Jacquard-woven cotton linens and our SLEEP program created by a board-certified sleep expert. From interior cabins to full suites, unwind in any of our staterooms, and enjoy peace of mind with the option of connected rooms for families of four or more traveling together.

    Flavors that inspire

    From savory Norwegian meatloaf to sweet Icelandic celebration cake, Northern Europe is bursting with flavor. Head ashore to enjoy Icelandic skyr with porridge for breakfast, and savor a Norwegian seafood dinner. Or embark on an all-encompassing culinary tour right on board with our Chef’s Table Lumiere. On a Norway and Iceland cruise with Princess, appease your appetite with one-of-a-kind dining on every itinerary.

    Entertainment

    Find your joy

    Embark on adventures by day, and indulge in entertainment by night. Watch Movies Under the Stars® at our 300-square-foot outdoor theater. Attend original productions from Broadway legend Stephen Schwartz, composer of  Wicked . Or learn traditional moves, like Flamenco or Irish stepdance, and listen to popular music from the destinations on your itinerary. On a European cruise with Princess, the choice is yours.

    Reset, recharge, relax

    Your European cruise should be every bit as refreshing as it is inspiring. Unwind in the Sanctuary, a retreat just for adults, and relish in tranquility. Or book an appointment at the Lotus Spa®, named "Best Spa on a Cruise Ship" by Spafinder Wellness 365™. Enjoy relaxing treatments — like facials, hot stone massages and detoxifying wraps — that will leave you recharged for upcoming adventures.

    Vegas hits the seas

    Experience the thrill of cards, dice, roulette and blackjack at the casino onboard our European cruises. Learn from experts — like our staff or perhaps other guests nearby — and put your skills to the test. More casual players can pull up a seat at the slot machines for the same adrenaline at their own speed. For an afternoon full of games, join fellow travelers for Bingo, or compete in scheduled group tournaments.

    Celebrations and Romance

    Love blooms on the Love Boat

    It's difficult to imagine something more romantic than sailing through the alluring cities and charming countryside of Europe. While on board your European cruise, we cater to your sentimental side with private dining on your balcony — like breakfast for two or a sunset dinner — honeymoon packages, flowers and chocolates delivered to your room and couples-only massages in the Sanctuary.

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    Our Princess fleet includes ships that range from small to large. From a balcony stateroom, marvel at breathtaking shorelines passing by before enjoying international cuisine in one of our many eateries during your Norway and Iceland cruise.

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    Discover the best summer holiday activities in Scandinavia, including wild swimming in Stockholm and rooftop drinking in Oslo.

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    Norwegian Fjords Cruises October 2022

    Norwegian Fjords

    The Norwegian Fjords present a kaleidoscope of stunning vistas and exciting ports of call. From the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Geirangerfjord , with its stunning waterfalls and verdant cliffs, to the charming village of Flåm nestled amidst towering mountains, every destination has its own unique appeal. Journey past vibrant ports such as Bergen , known as the gateway to the fjords, or the historic town of Ålesund with its distinctive Art Nouveau architecture. Cruising through these waterways, you'll find the natural environment unfolds like a perfectly executed symphony, where dramatic cliffs plunge into the tranquil blue water below.

    Cruise lines such as AIDA Cruises , Azamara Cruises , Celebrity Cruises , Costa Cruises , Cunard Cruises , Disney Cruises , Holland America , MSC Cruises , Norwegian Cruises , Oceania Cruises , P&O Cruises , Princess Cruises , Regent Cruises , Royal Caribbean , Silversea Cruises , and Viking Cruises others offer itineraries that visit Norwegian Fjords in October 2022. Easily find and compare Norwegian Fjords cruises in October 2022 from Amsterdam , Bergen , Copenhagen , Dublin , Hamburg , Kiel , London Greenwich , Oslo , Reykjavik , Rotterdam , Southampton , Stockholm , Tromso , and Warnemunde (Rostock) , as well as other Northern European ports.

    Norwegian Fjords Cruise Schedule October 2022

    While the Norwegian Fjords are beautiful all year round, the best time to visit depends on what you want to experience. Summer (June to August) offers long, bright days and warm weather, perfect for outdoor activities and wildlife spotting. Winter (December to February) provides a chance to witness the spectacular Northern Lights. Spring (March to May) sees the landscape come alive with blossoming flowers, while autumn (September to November) showcases the fjords in a palette of stunning fall colors.

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    Fall in Norway

    Fall along norway’s coast is known as the season of colour., top fall experiences in norway.

    September and October are a very special time to cruise the Norwegian coastline with Hurtigruten. Many guests rate fall as their overall favourite season to sail in Norway, and here are a few reasons why.

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    Enjoy a more tranquil journey

    The summer crowds dissipate, allowing you more time to take in the sights, enjoy the slower pace of life and the spectacular scenery passing by.

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    Experience Norway at its most naturally colorful

    In September and October, brilliant reds, yellows and oranges dominate the mountainsides, hilltops and woods.

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    Discover Trollfjord and Hjørundfjord

    During fall, we make a detour into these majestic fjords - two of Norway's most spectacular.

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    Encounter darker nights

    And as the nights grow longer, so do your chances of seeing the aurora borealis.

    The best of the Norwegian fjords

    During fall, we make two exciting detours on our Original voyage, The Coastal Express.

    On the northbound route from Bergen to Kirkenes, we head into Hjørundfjord – perhaps the most idyllic and beautiful of the Norwegian fjords – while on both the northbound and southbound journeys we navigate the narrow passage into breathtaking Trollfjord .

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    Fresh produce from Norway’s Coastal Kitchen

    Fall is peak harvest time, which means it's top foodie season at Hurtigruten. Our kitchens serve a great selection of fresh, locally sourced cuisine.

    Seafood, meat, dairy products, foraged mushrooms and berries, and seasonal veggies are all delivered directly to the ships, significantly reducing food miles and optimising the use of local port facilities. A woman in Finnmark handpicks and personally delivers cloudberries to our ships. Food experiences don’t get more real than that.

    The best autumn activities in Norway

    Fall is the perfect hiking season in Norway. Join one of our exciting shore excursions, including several different coastal hikes and tours around the historic city of Trondheim.

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    Art Nouveau Walk (Fall)

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    The coastal climate in Norway in fall is generally mild, but as you sail further north it can get quite cold. In October, temperatures can even creep below 0 degrees in the northernmost areas, so make sure to pack warm clothes.

    It's also a good idea to bring along a woolly jumper, wind/waterproof jacket and trousers, a hat, gloves and light hiking boots.

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    Best of Northern Norway Classic - 71° North Cape ( Private Tour)

    Very exciting and perfectly organised Tour. Very friendly Team. We really recommend this tour!

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    Complete Scandinavian Adventure: Copenhagen, Balestrand, Flam, Bergen, Odda, Longyearbyen, Bodo, Moskenes, Kabelvag, Lofoten, Tromso, Oslo, Stockholm

    Legendary Fjords End Oslo Tour

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    Tailor-Made Private Norway Trip to Chase the Northern Lights Tour

    Tailor-Made Private Norway Trip to Chase the Northern Lights

    Jann was a fantastic guide / driver who was kind and considerate and wanted the best experience possible for his guests!!
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    Tromsö & Alta: Arctic Northern Lights - 5 days Tour

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    Northern Lights of Scandinavia (Small Groups, 10 Days)

    The tour was very well designed to maximize the experience. The fair lady put on a fantastic show.

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    Jann was a fantastic guide / driver who was kind and considerate and wanted the best experience possible for his guests!! Jann was friendly and educated/answered all questions even with personal stories! We were very lucky and had a great viewing night and Jann had prepared us for the post that we would not see anything, would highly suggest the Jann experience to everyone!
    Northern Lights tour with Insight Vacations was very well designed to maximize the experience. The tour leader Zsofi was exceptional and our most capable driver Iceman Tom made it an unforgettable experience. I loved the ease of the pace...no rush mornings as most of the activities were later into the day to ensure you were brighteyed and bushy tailed (awake) for the nighttime spectacle we came for...lady Aurora Borealis. And what a,show the fair lady put on for us...we saw her on nights 2 and 3 of the tour. Our hearts were thrilled. Mission accomplished...bucket list checked. The coach, the accommodation the optionals

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    Even with a season that only runs from April through October, there are some 40 big ships and dozens of small ships cruising Alaska , making it one of the most popular cruise destinations in the world after the Caribbean and Europe. The best Alaska cruises range from off-the-beaten-path voyages on vessels carrying fewer than 100 passengers to weeklong jaunts through the Inside Passage aboard megaships that hold thousands.

    The itinerary choices are numerous in Alaska. Some ships stick to tried-and-true ports, sailing through Southeast Alaska and into western Canada. Others wander deeper along the Alaska coastline to places such as the Kenai Peninsula, north to Nome and Barrow and even deep into the Bering Sea.

    Some trips hit multiple national parks; others dive into Alaska culture, allowing guests to learn the stories told by totem poles or hear about “the big one” from a fisherman at a dive bar.

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    It can be hard to figure out which ship will deliver your idea of a “bucket list” experience in The Last Frontier. A lot comes down to your travel style, preferences and budget. Some travelers demand luxury, while others don’t mind going less fancy if it means close encounters with bears and other creatures in the wilderness. Some look for romance, while others want to introduce the kids or grandkids to glaciers and eagles, gold panning and sled dogs.

    The good news is there’s a ship in Alaska for you no matter your taste or style. Here’s a beginner’s guide to the best Alaska cruises to help you narrow down your choices.

    Best for megaresort fans

    Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean both sail some of their largest ships in Alaska. They are floating megaresorts, carrying thousands, and are big on amenities, glitz and a certain amount of glamor — think flashy casinos, Broadway shows, lavish spas. Dining and drinking venues number in the dozens, while amusement park features thrill the kids and adrenaline-seekers.

    Norwegian Encore

    On Norwegian Encore, you can race along a go-kart racetrack, compete in outdoor laser tag and zoom down slides at the water park while you traverse Alaska’s Inside Passage. The ship sails seven-night cruises from Seattle, visiting Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan in Alaska, as well as Victoria, British Columbia, and Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve .

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    Ovation of the Seas

    On Royal Caribbean’s Quantum-class ships, you can order a drink from a robotic bartender, try simulated skydiving or surfing experiences and take a ride in a glass capsule that travels high above your ship on a mechanical arm — a weird and wonderful way to see the Alaska scenery.

    Ovation of the Seas sails round-trip from Seattle on seven-night cruises, but the exact itinerary varies by week. The ship cruises Endicott Arm for scenic views of Dawes Glacier and typically visits three Alaska ports and Victoria.

    Best for land and sea adventures

    You’ve traveled far to get to Alaska, and it would be a shame to miss inland sights such as Denali National Park and Preserve and the sight of Denali, North America’s largest peak — so big it’s often shrouded in clouds caused by its own weather system.

    Market leaders Holland America Line and Princess Cruises both send a half-dozen ships to Alaska each year, and they have 75 and 55 years in the market, respectively.

    They top the list in terms of cruises, as well as cruise tours, which combine time sailing with overnight stays on land. The companies operate their own lodges, rail cars and motorcoaches for exploration of Alaska’s interior and beyond. Many of the ships have permission to sail in Glacier Bay.

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    Choose from 10- to 17-night land tours that combine a standard weeklong cruise (sometimes half a cruise) with time spent exploring Alaska’s interior by bus, train or even plane.

    Holland America will base six ships in Alaska in 2024, with tour offerings to Denali, Fairbanks and Anchorage.

    However, it also offers nine- to 14-night cruise tours on Koningsdam that head into the Canadian Yukon, following the route of the Klondike Gold Rush from Alaska to northwestern Canada. Disembark your cruise ship in Skagway, then travel to Whitehorse and Dawson City in the Yukon before continuing on to Fairbanks (the gateway to Arctic Alaska), Denali National Park and Anchorage.

    Sapphire Princess

    Princess Cruises offers a cruise tour where you visit four national parks: Glacier Bay, Denali, the Kenai Fjords and America’s largest national park, Wrangell-St. Elias. The 15- and 17-night trips combine a seven-night cruise on Sapphire Princess from Vancouver to Whittier, Alaska, with another week or more on land, ending in Fairbanks or Anchorage.

    Best for travelers on a budget

    Older ships in Norwegian and Royal Caribbean’s fleets tend to offer more reduced prices than you’ll find on the lines’ larger and newer ships, based on the fact the older ships don’t have as many bells and whistles.

    Since they have so many ships in the market, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises also tend to offer frequent sales — especially on their older tonnage. These ships have a loyal following and tend to have fewer families on board, which some couples find particularly appealing.

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    If you’re looking for other surefire ways to save, consider sailings in the area’s shoulder season. You’ll find better deals from April to early June and in September than you will in the height of summer.

    Also, in Alaska, balcony cabins are highly desirable, with everyone seeking views of the wilderness, snow-capped peaks and glaciers. As those reserves get low, the prices tend to get higher. Bargain seekers should either book early for these accommodations or choose inside, outside or guarantee cabins (where you don’t pick your room location) to save more.

    Radiance of the Seas

    Royal Caribbean’s 20-year-old ship Radiance of the Seas mainly sails weeklong, one-way cruises between Vancouver and Seward, Alaska, with prices below $100 per person, per night, for inside and outside cabins on many departures.

    However, its early-season May 2024 sailing from Seward to Vancouver is the cheapest Royal Caribbean Alaska cruise of the season. It starts at $368 per person for an inside cabin.

    Grand Princess and Sapphire Princess

    Princess Cruises has so many ships based in Alaska that you’re bound to find deals, especially on shoulder-season cruises. Both Grand and Sapphire Princess offer weeklong Alaska cruises in May 2024 starting from $548 per person for inside cabins. The itinerary starts in Vancouver and ends in Whittier, Alaska, with calls in Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway and scenic cruising in Glacier Bay and College Fjord.

    Best for off-the-beaten-path travel

    Want to see and deeply experience coastal Alaska, and don’t mind a mellower environment where lectures and impromptu guitar singalongs replace casinos and show productions? Consider lines such as UnCruise Adventures , Lindblad Expeditions and Alaskan Dream Cruises, all with ships that carry fewer than 100 passengers (and in the case of Alaskan Dream, even under 20 passengers).

    On these small ships, captains have the flexibility to alter itineraries and linger if the naturalist onboard spots a pod of whales or bears digging for clams on a beach.

    Small ships can go places bigger ships can’t, so itineraries stretch far beyond the traditional ports. You’ll visit more remote places such as Petersburg, a fishing town with strong Norwegian roots, and Wrangell, one of Alaska’s oldest communities. Some itineraries are conducted entirely in the wild, with no port calls at all.

    UnCruise Adventures

    UnCruise Adventures explores Southeast Alaska on seven-, 12- and 14-night itineraries. A day might start with a morning birding expedition, continue with a kayaking adventure and end with an evening campfire ashore. You might visit LeConte and Baird Glaciers (where the big ships don’t go), plus UnCruise has the only permits for hiking and biking adventures on Chichagof Island.

    Lindblad Expeditions

    Lindblad Expeditions frequents off-the-beaten-path destinations in both Alaska and British Columbia, with itineraries ranging from six to 15 nights.

    Guests might explore the small fishing town of Petersburg or discover native petroglyphs on the beaches of Wrangell Island in Alaska, or search for grizzly bears in Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest. Lindblad has special permits to bring passengers into the wilderness of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve and the Tongass National Forest, beyond what the big ships can offer.

    Alaskan Dream Cruises

    Alaskan-owned Alaskan Dream Cruises’ ships carry 12 to 76 passengers to remote Native villages that rarely see visitors, with plenty of time for wildlife viewing far from the cruise ship crowds. Itineraries range from five to nine nights, from departure ports such as Sitka, Ketchikan and Juneau.

    Best for families

    If you’re traveling with your kids or grandkids in Alaska and want an activity- and entertainment-packed experience, target the newest and biggest ships of Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Carnival and especially Disney Cruise Line. All have excellent camp-like activity programs for kids, plus eye-popping amusement attractions.

    Disney Wonder

    On Disney ships, Goofy might make an appearance as you admire soaring eagles, blue icebergs and glaciers. The extensive children’s program, entertainment and such activities as water slides and play areas deliver what you would expect from the purveyor of dreams. Bonus: Cabins are designed with families in mind and include split bathrooms (one with a toilet and sink, the other with a shower/tub combo and sink).

    Related: 5 best cruise lines for families

    Discovery Princess

    While lacking in whiz-bang attractions, Princess Cruises is another good choice, both for its children’s and teens program, complete with spacious facilities, and for such programming as bringing sled dogs on board, which is a hit with young passengers. The line’s newest ship, Discovery Princess, sails round trip from Seattle, a convenient U.S. home port for families to fly or drive to.

    Carnival Spirit

    Water slides, a partnership with Dr. Seuss and three hangouts for kids and teens make Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Spirit a great bet for families in Alaska.

    The ship’s huge array of included quick eats — pizza, tacos, Guy Fieri’s burgers and unlimited soft serve ice cream — and casual atmosphere take the stress out of dining with the family. The ship sails round trip from Seattle on seven-night itineraries that call in Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Victoria, with scenic cruising in Tracy Arm Fjord.

    Best for luxury lovers

    If you envision sipping Champagne as you watch a glacier thunderously calve into the sea, consider booking one of the all-inclusive luxury cruise lines in Alaska: Seabourn , Regent Seven Seas Cruises or Silversea .

    All these lines include ships that are experts at delivering gourmet cuisine and the other finer things in life in intimate, cushy floating environments. Additionally, all the lines are big on featuring lectures by experts, which provides passengers with a deeper insight into Alaska.

    Itineraries tend to include the popular ports and beyond. You might, for instance, visit Wrangell and Prince Rupert, a port city in Canada, and linger in places such as the Misty Fjords and Prince William Sound. Seven- to 14-night sailings embark from ports such as Vancouver, Seward and Juneau.

    Seven Seas Explorer

    Regent’s 750-passenger Seven Seas Explorer is an all-suite ship offering guests in Alaska multiple gourmet onboard restaurants, all-inclusive beverages, free airfare and included gratuities. Many shore excursions are complimentary. Enjoy little luxuries, like an afternoon in the thermal suite of the two-story spa-and-fitness center, or really splurge out by booking the Regent Suite, the most lavish suite you’ll find at sea.

    Seabourn Odyssey

    The 450-passenger Seabourn Odyssey boasts an onboard expedition team and does a posh version of expedition cruising in Alaska, using inflatable Zodiac craft and kayaks.

    Seabourn calls its program Ventures by Seabourn. Experts onboard these sailings include naturalists, biologists and other scientists who are members of the expedition team. Once guests finish communing with nature, they can indulge in complimentary Champagne and caviar on board or relish a meal created by famed chef, Thomas Keller.

    Related: The 4 best luxury cruise lines for elegance and exclusivity

    Best for solo travelers

    Solo travelers don’t always have to pay double to cruise Alaska on their own. Several ships feature cabins designed and priced for one. Single cruisers should also note that luxury lines Silversea and Seabourn, while not cheap, do a great job of taking care of single cruisers, hosting them at dinner and providing easy opportunities to meet and mingle with other travelers.

    Norwegian Bliss

    The ships in Norwegian Cruise Line’s Breakaway and Getaway classes all have cozy studio cabins designed and priced for one person. Additionally, they’re located in a complex where a private lounge encourages mingling. Norwegian Bliss offers 82 solo rooms on its round-trip Seattle cruises that visit Dawes Glacier, Sitka and Icy Strait Point.

    Quantum of the Seas

    Royal Caribbean’s studio staterooms, on its Quantum-class ships in Alaska, give solo travelers the benefits of both decent space and balconies.

    On Quantum of the Seas, choose a 101-square-foot inside cabin or a 119-square-foot ocean-view room with a 55-square-foot balcony. Either way, you get a full-size bed and plenty of space for one person. The ship sails a similar weeklong itinerary to sister ship Ovation of the Seas, round-trip from Seattle with scenic sailing along Endicott Arm.

    Holland America offers ocean-view accommodations for one in Alaska only on Koningsdam. Measuring 127 to 172 square feet, these rooms come with a full-size bed and a picture window.

    Koningsdam sails round trip from Vancouver to Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan, with scenic cruising in Tracy Arm and Glacier Bay. Its cruises can be combined into nine- to 14-night cruise tours to the Yukon and Denali.

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