11
Nights
16 May
2018

Iceland’S Land Of Ice & Fire

Cruise & Maritime Voyages Marco Polo

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Day 1 - Wed 16 May 2018
Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the Port of Cardiff was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 11 km (6.8 mi) and was once the main port for the export... Read More

Cruise Details

What's included:

  • Shipboard accommodations
  • Ocean transportation
  • Most meals
  • Some beverages
  • Most entertainment aboard the vessel

What's not included:

  • Shore excursions
  • Specialty restaurant fees
  • Some beverages
  • Photographs
  • Gratuities/service fees
  • Medical services
  • Spa treatments

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Itinerary

Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1
16 May 2018
    Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the Port of Cardiff was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 11 km (6.8 mi) and was once the main port for the export of South Wales coal.
2
17 May 2018
At Sea
3
18 May 2018
At Sea
4
19 May 2018
  12:00am Kollafjordur, Faroe Islands
Located on the island of Streymoy. As of 2012, the village has a population almost 800. It is a village which has developed length-wise along the main road with a few shops. The northern shore line of the road adjoins the fjord.
5
20 May 2018
  12:00am Seydisfjordur, Iceland
Description coming soon
6
21 May 2018
  12:00am Husavik, Iceland
With its stunning views of the snow-capped peaks of the Kinnarfjoll Mountains across the bay, Husavik is a picturesque harbour town that can't be missed. As Iceland's whale-watching capital, it is one of the prettiest fishing towns on the country's north-east coast. As well has having several interesting museums, including the bizarre and unique Phallological Museum, it's also close to lake Botnsvatn famed for its bird life, rich vegetation and trout fishing.
7
22 May 2018
  12:00am Isafjordur, Iceland
Iceland, the second largest island in Europe, is a natural wonder of active volcanoes, glaciers, fjords, desert plateaus, and a midnight sun. The air is startlingly clean, and ideal for communing with nature, Iceland style -- fjord fishing, river rafting and whale watching. On its north-western peninsula, the rock formations that make up the fjords date back 14 million years. And some of the country's oldest and best-preserved buildings remain in this former trading post.
8
23 May 2018
  12:00am Reykjavik, Iceland
Reykjavik is the gateway to Iceland's stunning natural wonders, which range from ice fields to boiling thermal pools. The landscape on the island seems to be in a continual process of transformation much like its society, which blends Nordic tradition with sophisticated technology.
9
24 May 2018
At Sea
10
25 May 2018
At Sea
11
26 May 2018
  12:00am Ringaskiddy, Ireland
Despite its small town hospitality, Cork is Ireland's second largest city and your gateway to romantic Ireland. Rich farmlands and river valleys define the countryside. And although Cork's most famous attraction is the legendary Blarney Stone, there are over 100 heritage and cultural sites of significance covering over 600 miles of spectacular coastline.
12
27 May 2018
  12:00am Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the Port of Cardiff was one of the largest dock systems in the world with a total quayage of almost 11 km (6.8 mi) and was once the main port for the export of South Wales coal.