International gourmet cuisine – full board (three restaurants to choose from in the evening with flexible opening hours), afternoon coffee/tea time, midnight snack
All landings and rides in the ship’s own Zodiacs (partly e-Zodiacs)
Experienced experts from various disciplines accompany every cruise, give presentations and multimedia lectures, provide well-informed answers to questions about the cruising area and take part in the Zodiac landings/rides
Use of the interactive Ocean Academy with individual knowledge formats
Extensive sports programme: fitness area with ocean view, course programme, additional sports activities on shore depending on the destination
Equipment for loan: one pair of binoculars and two sets of Nordic Walking poles in the cabin itself, furthermore warm parkas, rubber boots, snorkelling equipment
German- and English-speaking ship and expedition management as well as German- and English-speaking service crew
OCEAN SPA with Finnish sauna with an ocean view, steam sauna, indoor and outdoor relaxation area (spa treatments and hairdresser at a surcharge)
In every cabin: champagne to welcome you, mini bar restocked daily with complimentary non-alcoholic beverages (additional selection in Grand Suites and Junior Suites), coffee machine, 24-hour cabin service
Flat-screen television with information and entertainment programme
Personal e-mail account and Internet access via Wi-Fi (e-mails free of charge, Internet subject to a charge)
Comprehensive information before the cruise (manuals about the Arctic, Antarctic and the Amazon, as well as expedition maps)
Just 400km from the Arctic Circle, Tromso is known as the 'Gateway to the Arctic' and is teeming with attractions no matter what time of year you visit. With stunning fjords and snow-capped mountains, there's no shortage of outdoor adventures to be found here, as well as a range of historical and cultural landmarks, and authentic, local cuisine. Tromso is also one of the best places to experience the Northern Lights.
Lofoten Islands, Bodø - Svolvær
DAY 2 - 22 Sep 2022
With strong Viking roots, unforgettable outdoor experiences and perfect places to spot the Northern Lights, the Lofoten Islands are nestled amongst impressive fjords, staggering mountains and wild beaches. Fishing is a popular pastime and trade in Lofoten, meaning visitors can enjoy plenty of fresh seafood. As well as this, you'll find numerous galleries and exhibitions inspired by the beauty of this destination.
Trollfjord - Cruising
DAY 2 - 22 Sep 2022
You will be at sea on day 2 while travelling from Lofoten Islands, Bodø - Svolvær to Svartisen, Norway.
DAY 3 - 23 Sep 2022
DAY 4 - 24 Sep 2022
Geirangerfjord - Cruising
DAY 5 - 25 Sep 2022
You will be at sea on day 5 while travelling from Rørvik to Bergen.
DAY 6 - 26 Sep 2022
UNESCO World Heritage City, UNESCO City of Gastronomy, and a quintessentially charming Norwegian port town, Bergen is a real haven for architecture enthusiasts, seafood fanatics and outdoor explorers. The iconic Hanseatic Wharf is a great place to start your exploration of Bergen, bringing you to the heart of this enchanting region through museums, galleries, shopping and some of the finest dining spots in Norway.
DAY 7 - 27 Sep 2022
DAY 8 - 28 Sep 2022
You will be at sea on day 8 while travelling from Eidfjord to Sylt.
DAY 9 - 29 Sep 2022
DAY 10 - 30 Sep 2022
A popular port of call on any European cruise, Hamburg is a thriving port city with plenty to offer. Once onshore, you'll see countless maritime attractions and seafood restaurants with fresh catches of the day. We recommend a city tour to admire the canals and lakes, as well as the World Heritage Site, Speicherstadt. To dive in on Hamburg's seafaring history, head to the International Maritime Museum, home to numerous artefacts and exhibitions.
Hapag-Lloyd Covid-19 safety measures
At embarkation, all guests must have completed a health questionnaire, undergo health screening and have their temperatures taken. Social distancing will be facilitated through reduced ship capacity, less tables in restaurants and longer opening times to extend dining times. Self-service buffets in restaurants will no longer be available. While entertainment and activities will still take place, they will do so in smaller groups to ensure that guests can stay at a safe distance from one another.
When it comes to cleaning, disinfectant dispensers will be located across the ship, especially in public areas. Innovative air conditioning systems will mean that all air is fresh and clean, while frequently touched surfaces will be cleaned every 30 minutes, cabins and suites three times a day and a deep clean will be carried out after each cruise.
Crew are looked after with additional training, COVID-19 testing, temperature checks and face masks. Increased numbers of medical staff will be onboard in case of illness, and a Public Health Specialist will be onboard each cruise to ensure that all procedures are followed.
Onboard, social distancing will be facilitated through reduced ship capacity, less tables in restaurants and longer opening times to extend dining times. Self-service buffets in restaurants will no longer be available. While entertainment and activities will still take place, they will do so in smaller groups to ensure that guests can stay at a safe distance from one another.
Should illness occur, there will be an increased number of medical staff onboard each cruise. A Public Health Specialist will also be on hand to make sure that all procedures are followed.
Guests can safely embark on shore excursions as Hapag-Lloyd will only visit destinations that are deemed to not be high risk.
All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.
Note: On 13 January 2018, new European legislation is being adopted in the UK which as result will mean that we may change our required method of payment at our discretion, irrespective of how any deposit or prior payment was made.