See Iceland’s magnificent geysers during this 12-day cruise. // © 2016 iStock
May 29 – June 9, 2017
The price of the cruise varies depending on stateroom category, but ranges from $1,099 per person for a double-occupancy interior cabin to $1,799 per person for a double-occupancy upper-deck cabin with a superior balcony. Port taxes are an additional $199 per person. Companions are welcome to join.
Agents can check Iceland and the Northern Isles off their bucket lists during this 12-day cruise. Beginning in Hamburg, Germany, the cruise route travels to Invergordon, Scotland, and Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands in addition to several cities in Iceland. Highlights in Iceland include a stop in Akureyri, the head of the country’s longest fjord; Isafjordur, which features opportunities to view flocks of puffins; and Reykjavik, where agents will be able to view geysers and geothermal springs. The rate includes the cruise, all onboard snacks and meals, $50 in shipboard credit, live nightly entertainment, lectures and free cancellation up to 59 days before departure.