The trip price includes roundtrip airfare from select cities!
Embark on an unforgettable journey as you travel the lands of the Vikings on this 18-night cruise aboard Oceania Cruises’ Nautica. This tour is filled with gorgeous green coasts, museums, and historic landmarks you don’t want to miss!
Spend a day in Edinburgh before setting sail for Kirkwall, where UNESCO-listed Heart of Neolithic Orkney features the 5,000-year-old Standing Stones of Stenness. Take a trip to the mysterious Faroe Islands dotted midway between Iceland and Norway to experience a unique blend of quirky local culture and modern day cafes. Surround yourself with Icelandic folk culture in Akureyri. Take a boat trip around Isafjordur where you can fish along the bay. Settle in for an Icelandic lobster feast in Reykjavik and enjoy the picturesque buildings of Paamiut while searching for a white-tailed eagle in the sky. In Corner Brook, marvel at the beautiful hills that surround three sides of the city while taking in the breathtaking harbor views. Be amazed by the power of the tides in Saint John as you experience the Reversing Rapids before exploring the quaint Bar Harbor Village’s shops, galleries, and whimsical waterfront.
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August 23: Leave for Edinburgh
August 24: Edinburgh, Scotland – Embark
August 25: Edinburgh, Scotland
August 26: Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland
August 27: Torshavn, Faroe Islands, Denmark
August 28: Cruising the North Atlantic Ocean
August 29: Akureyri, Iceland
August 30: Isafjordur, Iceland
August 31: Reykjavik, Iceland
September 1: Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
September 2: Cruising Prince Christian Sound
September 3: Paamiut, Greenland
September 4: Nuuk, Greenland
September 5: Cruising the Labrador Sea
September 6: Cruising the Atlantic Ocean
September 7: Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada
September 8: Cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence
September 9: Saint John (Bay of Fundy), New Brunswick, Canada
September 10: Bar Harbor, Maine
September 11: Boston, Massachusetts – Disembark