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Arion

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The Arion underwent a complete refurbishment in 2000, updating the interiors, to create a warm inviting atmosphere throughout its public areas and passenger cabins. The Arion accommodates up to 320 passengers on her five decks and her on board facilities include a swimming pool and spacious sun deck, a beauty salon, a restaurant serving high quality cuisine and three lounge bars, all designed to make your cruise comfortable and enjoyable.

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Bremen

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The expedition ship, Bremen, will take you into regions of the world where you can fully satisfy your thirst for discoveries. Thanks to its shallow draught, it can call at the smallest ports, bays and meandering rivers. And our 12 expedition-ready, motorized rubber boats, the Zodiacs, enable passengers to land in even the most remote regions.

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Fram

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Fram is specially designed for cruising Arctic waters. Named after the ship used by famous Norwegian Explorer Fridtjof Nansen, the Fram’s interior has been inspired by Greenland and the Arctic region. The cabins are stylish and comfortable, and feature two lower berths or a twin-sized bed, private bathrooms with hair dryers. Each is fitted with air-conditioning, heating, and a smoke alarm. She offers a comfortable restaurant, two well-stocked bars, panoramic lounges, Internet café, and conference rooms.

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Hondius

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Hondius is the first-registered Polar Class 6 vessel in the world, optimized for the most innovative exploratory voyages throughout the Arctic and Antarctica. The main focus of the ship's design revolves around discovery, taking advantage of wildlife opportunities and the related shore activities. A swift zodiac embarkation is guaranteed with two separate gangways and in addition a zodiac embarkation indoor-platform which can also be used for special outdoor activities such as kayaking. The vessel can carry up to 174 passengers accommodated in contemporary designed cabins and suites. Its distinctive informal cozy public areas include a dining room, and a large observation lounge and bar area. The adjoining lecture room will be reserved for a wide variety of interactive workshops and exhibitions.

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North Spitsbergen Polar Bear and Pack Ice Special

From $5599.99 Per person including taxes Available dates June 14th, 21st or 28th 2019

Join the Hondius on this unforgettable eight day cruise on the northern fjords and islands of Spitsbergen which offers the opportunity to observe the prolific natural treasures in this area. Observe enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales at sea, and seals and walruses hauled out on ice-floes. You may also encounter Polar Bear roaming around the spectacular glacial landscapes. **Please note that all itineraries are for guidance only. Programs may vary depending on ice, weather, and wildlife conditions. The onboard expedition leader determines the final itinerary. Flexibility is paramount for expedition cruises.

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Hondius - Around Spitsbergen Cruise (10 Days)

From $7299.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 05 Jul 2019 To 01 Aug 2019

Unravel the wonders of nature on this ten day Spitsbergen circumnavigation ten day cruise on board the Hondius. Explore the remote island with its stunning fjords, glacial landscapes and native wildlife including the King of the Arctic, Walrus, Reindeer, various bird species and surprisingly beautiful flora.

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North (82 Degree) and Spitsbergen, Kvitoya

From $8849.98 Per person including taxes Available dates August 10th 2019

This eleven day voyage takes you on a full circumnavigation of Spitsbergen with a visit to Kvitøya. Explore the remote, ice-bound White Island with the opportunity to observe the King of the Arctic, Walrus, Reindeer, various bird species and whales. All itineraries are for guidance only. Programs may vary depending on ice, weather, and wildlife conditions.

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Kong Harald

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Named after the King of Norway, this majestic ship also pays tribute to other famous Norwegians and includes the Nansen club bar and Amundsen café. True to tradition, many local artists have put their own individual stamp on this elegant vessel, with distinctive works displayed throughout.

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Le Boreal

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**SPECIAL OFFER**Early Booking Savings of up to 30% may be applied to all cruises on this ship. These savings vary according to the number of available cabins on the ship so please call our agents to get the most up-to-date price on your cruise. One of the most state-of-the-art ships, launched in May 2010, the luxury Le Boreal features a modern design, sleek silhouette and small size - just 142 metres in length. Le Boreal offers intimate itineraries to rare ports. A mega-yacht with 132 cabins, she is the fruit of the expertise of the Italian Fincantieri shipyard and offers utter French sophistication, as interpreted by designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, creating a unique atmosphere, a subtle blend of luxury, intimacy and well-being.

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Green and Gentle Lands - Exploring Gardens and Historic Sites

From $6149.99 Per person including taxes Available dates May 14th 2019

Immerse yourself in the gentle verdant lands of the British Isles, Belgium and Norway on this spring time voyage aboard Le Boreal. Expect a fascinating cruise from London to Bergen, calling at Ostend, Antwerp, Newcastle and Rosyth, each city with its own fascinating history and flourishing cultural centre. This voyage is also a true horticulturalist’s dream with a pre-cruise program with expert led tours at Kew Gardens and at the Chelsea Physic Garden. In Edinburgh you will be hosted at a gala luncheon on site by the staff of the Royal Botanic Garden. Your guide to this rich horticultural experience is among the most accomplished and respected botanists in the world – Holly Shimizu, recently retired chief of the U. S. Botanical Gardens in Washington, D.C. and acting director of the American Horticultural Society.

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Norwegian Fjords and the magic of Spitsbergen with National Geographic

From $9680.54 Per person including taxes Available dates June 16th 2020

In partnership with National Geographic Expeditions. Embark on an all-new 12-day itinerary to discover remote and wild islands. Aboard Le Boréal, you will sail on the Norwegian Sea and the Greenland Sea during this expedition cruise that will take you from Glasgow to Longyearbyen.

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Lofoten

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MS Lofoten is in operation on the Coastal Voyage during the winter months and voyages around the Svalbard Archipelago throughout the summer. Built in 1964 and reftted and refurbished in 2004, she has the distinction of being named a listed vessel by the Norwegian Director General of Historic Monuments.

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Midnatsol

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Midnatsol took her maiden voyage along the Norwegian coast in April 2003 and has become a favourite. The ship has similar capacity and facilities to her sister ship Trollfjord, with large panorama lounges, cafés and bars - an ideal blend of traditional and 21st Century design. Her light public rooms are perfect for viewing the scenic coast. The sun deck is equipped with two Jacuzzis and there is also a ftness room on board.

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National Geographic Explorer

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A former Norwegian ferry, the National Geographic Explorer was converted into a state-of-the-art ice-class expedition ship and launched in 2008. She is a powerful, fast and stylish cruiser designed for 21st-century exploration. The ship offers up to 148 guests an environment of adventure, comfort and informality in her expansive public areas and 81 outside cabins.

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Noorderlicht

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First built in 1910 as a three-masted schooner, the elegant, German-made Noorderlicht now has a well-balanced two-masted schooner rig and is capable of sailing the seven seas. The Noorderlicht provides accommodation for 20 guests in cosy twin cabins, with shared shower and toilet facilities. She offers an intimate and comfortable atmosphere during her cruises, mainly along the spectacular Spitsbergen. The highly experienced captain and crew will ensure that you have a wonderful and unforgettable journey on board this light and graceful vessel.

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Nordkapp

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Nordkapp is named after the famous North Cape, which is a cape on the island of Magerøya in northern Norway, in the municipality of Nordkapp. The varied and exciting themes from coastal culture illustrated in works of art throughout the ship make it a floating art gallery. These complement the changing scenes, which may be seen from the panorama lounges and elegant restaurant. There are two outside Jacuzzis on board.

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Nordlys

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The Norwegian cruise ship, Nordlys, was launched in 1994. Translated into English, her name means ‘Northern Lights,’ so it is apt that her internal decor is based on this theme. Norwegian artists have used wood and elegant brass fittings to create a refined, yet relaxed atmosphere. The Nordlys accommodates up to 475 passengers in a range of accommodation from basic inside cabins to luxury suites and her facilities include an impressive lounge and restaurant, sauna, fitness room, library, internet station, cafe and an inviting sun deck.

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Nordnorge

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The Norwegian coastal cruiser, Nordnorge, was launched in 1997 and carries over 450 passengers on exhilarating journeys up the Norwegian coast and into the Arctic waters. Local artists worked on the internal décor to create an atmosphere which is light and airy with art deco and art nouveau influences. The Nordnorge offers a range of accommodation for all budgets, ranging from cosy inside cabins to luxury suites and the extensive public amenities include 2 outdoor jacuzzis, a library, internet cafe, sauna and fitness room.

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Nordstjernen

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Built in 1956, the Nordstjernen is a traditional working ship that was modernized during the 1980s to facilitate voyages around the Spitsbergen Archipelago. The vessel has since been refurbished, all the while maintaining her rich vintage character that makes her a firm favorite among cruise enthusiasts. The ship is in excellent shape and preserves a high degree of charm, a sense of intimacy, and that good traditional coastal atmosphere.

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Norwegian Coastal Cruises

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The Norwegian Coastal Cruise fleet comprises of eleven ships who sail almost the entire length of Norway, a round-trip journey from Bergen to Kirkenes and back again in 12 days and calling at no less than 34 ports. The eleven ships vary in size and capacity and style but all are beautifully appointed and decorated vessels providing passengers a high level of comfort. All ships offer spacious cabins and a range of amenities including restaurants, bars, lounges and fitness room. The sun deck may also feature a swimming pool and/or a jacuzzi and ample seating for admiring the beautiful passing landscapes. All restaurants serve Norwegian cuisine sourcing fresh ingredients from local ports and serving in a contemporary form.

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Ortelius

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  • Expedition cruises

The ice-strengthened 'Ortelius' vessel has been cleverly refurbished to provide Polar expedition cruises in the Artic and Antarctica. Travellers have the opportunity to explore remote locations including Franz Josef Land and the Ross Sea, and observe an abundance of wildlife. The vessel can accommodate up to 100 passengers offering comfortable cabins, two restaurants, a bar/lecture room and sauna. Voyages on the Ortelius provide quality exploratory wildlife programs, spending as much time as possible ashore.

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Plancius

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  • Expedition cruises

First built in 1976 as an oceanographic research vessel for the Royal Dutch Navy and named "Hr. Ms. Tydeman", the Plancius has now been fully reconstructed as a 110-passenger vessel suitable for Polar expeditions. The vessel offers a restaurant/lecture room and a spacious observation lounge (with bar) with large windows, offering a full panorama view. All cabins are generously proportioned and are outside facing, mostly equipped with two bunk beds and a comfortable private bathroom.

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North Spitsbergen - Polar Bear Special 8 Day Cruise

From $5599.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 27 May 2019 To 17 Jun 2019

This eight day cruise specifically focuses on cruising the northern fjords and islands of Spitsbergen and offers the opportunity to observe the prolific natural treasures in this area. Observe enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales at sea, and seals and walruses hauled out on ice-floes. You may also encounter Polar Bear roaming around the spectacular glacial landscapes.

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Scoresby Sund, Aurora borealis 8 Day Cruise

From $5599.99 Per person including taxes Available dates September 23rd 2019

Join this fantastic eight day cruise to Scoresby Sund, East Greenland where you may observe the spectacular Aurora Borealis, Northern Lights. The ship will sail across the Arctic Circle and continue northwards perhaps observing whales and seabirds. You will spot glistening icebergs along the east coast of Greenland near Kap Brewster.

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Around Spitsbergen Cruise (10 Days)

From $7299.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 03 Jul 2019 To 17 Aug 2019

Unravel the wonders of nature on this ten day Spitsbergen circumnavigation ten day cruise on board the Plancius. Explore the remote island with its stunning fjords, glacial landscapes and native wildlife.

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Polarlys

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The Polarlys is a stylish ship, furnished with mahogany panelling, polished brass and a well considered selection of Norwegian contemporary art. You will find sculptures and carvings in marble, exciting paintings and glass art, and an unparalleled view from almost every quarter of the ship. On board facilities include bars, cafes and a restaurant.

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Rembrandt van Rijn

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The Rembrandt van Rijn was originally built as a herring lugger early in the last century. Measuring 49.50 metres in length, the vessel underwent a complete refurbishment in 2011 and can now comfortably accommodate up to 33 passengers. The vessel has a spacious buffet style restaurant, bar and simply furnished cabins. The vessel is well suited for expedition cruising offering good open deck viewing areas and the two inflatable rubber crafts (zodiacs) enable landing and wildlife viewing opportunities in otherwise inaccessible areas. Cruises on the Rembrandt van Rijn combine the breathtaking scenery of the Artic and North Atlantic Islands with unforgettable experiences including whale watching, observing the Northern Lights and meeting fascinating local communities.

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North Norway, Aurora Borealis and Whales

From $2699.99 Per person including taxes Available dates From 05 Jan 2019 To 28 Dec 2019

The coasts and fjords of Norway are renowned for their beauty. Approximately 350 km north of the Arctic Circle, lie the islands of Kvaløya and Senja where large schools of herring gather in the fjords around these islands to live out the winter. This abundance of food creates one of the largest concentrations of biomass on Earth, which in turn attracts large numbers of whales. North Norway is also one of the best areas in the world to see the northern lights, a magical phenomenon that can only be fully appreciated when the sky is clear and dark, with minimal light pollution. Please note: Whale watching (orca and humpback) is dependent on the variable herring stocks in the area, and this is ultimately unpredictable. Other whales (i.e. sperm whales) are not dependent on herring, which is why there are good chances to see them in specific areas. Chances to see orcas are minimal, while the odds of encountering other whale species are high.

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Trollfjord

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The Norwegian cruise ship, Trollfjord is a magnificent vessel which was named after one of the most dramatic sights that she visits as she sails the coast of Norway and up into the Arctic. Her interior design has been influenced by coastal scenery and immense panoramic windows in the lounges offer excellent views of the dramatic landscapes. The ship’s facilities include cafés, bars, a Jacuzzi and an exercise room, all of which are equipped to a high standard and a range of accommodation to suit all budgets is available.

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Vesteralen

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Vesterålen was the name of the first coastal ship and is carried proudly by her modern counterpart.

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