Iceland and British Isles

Overview

Departs Duration Sail From Ship
11th July 2024 17 Nights Kiel, Germany Queen Anne
CRUISE LINE Cunard

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Date
Port
Arrive
Depart
11.07.24
Kiel, Germany

Kiel is very much a famous maritime city and sits at the far eastern end of the Kiel Canal, the world’s busiest artificial waterway, linking the Baltic Sea with the North Sea. It’s a town with a tale.
See the sluice gates and mighty ships up close as they transit through the canal, and then hire a bicycle from the pier to cruise along the promenade and Kiel Fjord.

12.07.24
Skagen

The red and yellow clapboard houses of Skagen occupy a substantial spit of sand at Denmark’s most northerly reaches. Many people visit Grenen, the scenic end point of the dunes where two beaches meet.
The light in the area has attracted and inspired many artists and craftsmen, and you can see the results in the Skagen Museum, and in the local shops filled with pottery and glassware.

13.07.24
At Sea
14.07.24
Southampton

Step aboard in Southampton & straight into that holiday feeling. No flights, no hassle. Just the excitement of the days ahead and the promise of memorable moment. So, relax and raise a toast as the UK drifts from sight. Before you know it, you’ll be watching your destination come into view. But where will it be ?

15.07.24
At Sea
16.07.24
Inverness

The unmistakable Scottish Highlands are shrouded in myth and folklore. Amid the conical hills and verdant glens beyond Inverness, one cannot help but scan Loch Ness for signs of its legendary monster.
Nearby is Culloden Moor is where Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated and Cawdor Castle, which is forever linked with Macbeth. There are several famous whisky distilleries in the region, too.

17.07.24
Kirkwall

Kirkwall’s Norse heritage stretches back almost a millennium, when the Vikings laid the foundations for St Magnus Cathedral, the most northerly cathedral in Britain, and is built from local sandstone.
Tune in to the history of the radio at the Wireless Museum or sample the island’s peaty single malts at the Highland Park Distillery.

18.07.24
At Sea
19.07.24
At Sea
20.07.24
Reykjavik, Iceland

A mass of brightly coloured corrugated iron roofs is a familiar sight here in the world’s most northern capital city. Golden waterfall and the wonder at the spouting geysers. Fascinating!

21.07.24
Reykjavik, Iceland

A mass of brightly coloured corrugated iron roofs is a familiar sight here in the world’s most northern capital city. Golden waterfall and the wonder at the spouting geysers. Fascinating!

22.07.24
Isafjordur

Few regions are as wild and unspoilt as Iceland’s Westfjords. With miles of mountains and few-and-far-between roads, venturing here evokes the feeling of entering unchartered terrain. The landscape is dramatic and approaching by sea offers the perfect chance to absorb the scenery before setting foot on land. The most enchanting attraction of this area perhaps is the peace, stillness and calm it emanates. Embrace local life in Ísafjörður town or visit the charming nearby village of Flateyri. Further afield you can sail to Vigur, home to Iceland’s last remaining windmill, where time has seemingly stood still and boat is the only connection to the world outside.

23.07.24
Akureyri, Iceland

Established in the mid-17th century and affectionately nicknamed ‘The Capital of North Iceland’, Akureyri is an industrious port, and home to the country’s largest and most well-known fishing company.
Your guide to Akureyri.

Known as the capital of the North, the Icelandic city of Akureyri offers a port call in a majestic setting and (for the lucky few) the possibility of glimpsing the Northern Lights. The small city is nestled at the base of Iceland’s longest fjord, Eyjafjörður; a spectacular stretch of water that spans nearly 40 miles. First settled by Norse Vikings in the 9th century, today Akureyri is the perfect launchpad from which to explore Northern Iceland’s greatest treasures. Piercing blue fjords, bubbling mud pools, snow-kissed mountains and tumbling waterfalls all form part of the spellbinding cocktail that is Akureyri’s scenery. While the usually mild climate makes for pleasant exploring on long midsummer days.

23.07.24
Eyjafjordur, Iceland
23.07.24
Hrisey
24.07.24
At Sea
25.07.24
At Sea
26.07.24
Greenock

Greenock is your gateway to Glasgow, arguably Scotland’s most animating cultural city. It serves as a brilliant stepping-stone to some of Scotland’s most rugged and breathtaking scenery to the north.
As you disembark at Greenock to explore Glasgow, you will likely be greeted by the stirring sights and sounds of a traditional Scottish pipe band in full tartan regalia.

27.07.24
At Sea
28.07.24
Southampton

Step aboard in Southampton & straight into that holiday feeling. No flights, no hassle. Just the excitement of the days ahead and the promise of memorable moment. So, relax and raise a toast as the UK drifts from sight. Before you know it, you’ll be watching your destination come into view. But where will it be ?

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