Ultimate Scandinavia & Baltics - Stockholm to Southampton, 17 August 2019 (15 nights)

Ship:
Norwegian Spirit
Line:
Norwegian Cruise Line
Depart Date:
17th August 2019
Duration:
15 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
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Cruise Type:
Cruise and Stay
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Holiday Features

Onboard Norwegian Spirit:
Freestyle Dining with choice of 8 complimentary dining venues
6 Speciality Dining venues* including: Cagney's Steakhouse, La Trattoria Italian & Teppanyaki restaurants
Choice of 12 bars & lounges including Champagne Charlie's, Henry's Pub & Maharini's Lounge
Aqua Park with swimming pool, hot tubs, sundeck & Buccaneer's Wet & Wild kids pool with slides & paddling pool 
Sports Complex including outdoor basketball court & golf driving net
Family friendly activities including Video Arcade, Splash Academy & Entourage children’s and teen’s clubs
Maharajah's Casino with gaming tables & slot machines
Lifestyle Room, Internet cafe & card room
Mandara Spa with treatment rooms & an onboard beauty salon
Fitness Center with full range of exercise equipment & gym facilities
*Please note some dining venues may require an additional cover charge
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Flight departs
1 Stockholm
Stockholm
Stockholm is a fascinating city built on 14 islands connected by a web of bridges. A destination with countless attractions.
PM
2 Helsinki
Helsinki
Europe's most northerly capital, brimming with cultural highlights and world class restaurants.
AM PM
3-4 St. Petersburg - Overnight onboard
St. Petersburg - Overnight onboard
Legendary St Petersburg is a wonderful latticework of canals and ornate bridges opening on one architectural marvel after another.
AM PM
5 Tallinn
Tallinn
Across the water from Finland lies a world heritage site - Tallin, one of Europe's most outstanding architectural havens.
AM PM
6 Riga
Riga
A stroll through the narrow streets of its walled Old City is a must; take time to view the magnificent organ and medieval wall mountings of the Dome Cathedral. Shop for fabulous amber jewellery, fine linen and beautifully made wooden toys at the shops and street markets and look out for the city’s Freedom Monument, which depicts Milda, the spirit of Riga, reaching for the stars.
AM PM
7 Klaipeda, Lithuania AM PM
8 Gdynia (for Gdansk) AM PM
9 Berlin (Rostock), Germany AM PM
10 Copenhagen
Copenhagen
The Little Mermaid at the harbour entrance welcomes you to the friendly, cosmopolitan and timeless city of Copenhagen.
AM PM
11 Oslo
Oslo
Approaching Scandinavia's oldest capital by sea, your heart will skip a beat as you admire the Oslofjord valley backdrop.
PM PM
12 At Sea
13 Amsterdam (Ijmuiden)
Amsterdam (Ijmuiden)
Ijmuiden is only 17 miles from Amsterdam and is close to the picturesque region of Zaanse Schans, a conservation area and inhabited open-air museum famous for its windmills. For those already familiar with Amsterdam, the heritage market town of Haarlem is just 15 minutes from Ijmuiden; more relaxing than Holland’s busy capital, Haarlem is compact and lively and will make for a very pleasant day.
AM PM
14 Bruges (Zeebrugge)
Bruges (Zeebrugge)
Brugge (in Flemish -- it's Bruges in French) is one of the most visited cities in Europe and is the number one destination for passengers on cruise ships calling at Zeebrugge. Visitors flock here, not for a specific museum or historical location, but to wander amidst the city's stunning examples of Flemish and Renaissance architecture and immerse themselves in the vitality of the two main squares -- Markt and Berg. There is always so much going on in Brugges -- from flower and produce markets to rides for children, bustling cafes and restaurants and old-fashioned people watching.
AM PM
15 Le Havre (Paris) AM PM
16 Southampton AM

Cabins on the Norwegian Spirit

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Customer reviews for Norwegian Spirit

  • Norwegian Spirit
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • 21 Jan 2019

A stunningly classic ship, spacious and spotless cabins with excellent steward service. Buffet restaurant- plenty of food but overcooked and repetitive. Main restaurant - very small portions, poorly cooked food and very slow service. Evening shows - a different show every night of a 2 week cruise but only 3 shows were uplifting, music tended to be miserable, slow and boring. Cabaret lounge - entertainments team did some really stupid stuff like dressing up in bedsheets pretending to be ghosts and running around the lounge. more suited to kids than adults. Daytime entertainment - an immature cruise director led a programme of barely there activities more suited to Pontins than a cruise ship, bingo twice a day, bean bag tossing, and PAY to join a short art class. Onboard shops - lots of art, watches, duty free, expensive bags. Drinks - very expensive £27 for two cocktails. No kettle in the cabin. Water and canned soft drinks was £3.45 a bottle. Service charges of £14.70 per day PLUS 20% service charge added to every bar bill, and a space for you to add a gratuity. Rip-off. The senior ships officers held a public Q&A session, when asked why smoking was allowed in some public areas the Captain replied ' well people like to smoke and we won't stop them '. As a frequent cruiser, NCL will not be on my list again any time soon.

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  • Norwegian Spirit
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • 20 Jan 2019

Lovely ship lovely ports beautiful weather shame the entertainment except for a world music show and Karl lovxley on our last evening who was brilliant so good we watched it twice was not to any standard that I expect of a cruise company disappointed is the polite term. The food was very repeated not much variation from one day to the next and hot food was Luke warm asked for mint sauce to go with lamb and awful mint jelly was put on my plate also service at dinner times was so slow felt like we were being ignored. Asked to share table with others and often refused and given table for two. So not used to this after sailing with P+O for so long will not be using them in the future

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  • Norwegian Spirit
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • 11 Jun 2017

Just returned from my first ever cruise with NCL and it rates as one of my best yet (out of 10 previous cruises in past 3 years). We had the premium drinks package and pre-paid gratuities and I have to say they were very generous with the quantity and quality of the drinks available (any drink up to the value of $15). I rarely drink alcohol but was always served with a smile every time I asked for any type or mix of non-alcoholic drinks and Pepsi and 7 Up were served from cans. Previous cruise ships have usually only offered fizzy drinks from the tap or sickly sweet virgin cocktails. Food was excellent in both Raffles buffet and Windows dining rooms. There was an amazing selection which was always fresh and tasty. Orange (tasted like freshly squeezed), Apple, Cranberry juices and lemonade were available 24/7 in Raffles. There were a good number of food stations to have your food cooked just how you like it. We ate in 3 of the specialty restaurants - Cagney's Steakhouse, La Trattoria and Le Bistro. Food was excellent in all but service wasn't quite up to scratch in Le Bistro. The staff were so happy and friendly throughout the ship and service was generally excellent. We were onboard in time for lunch on embarkation day and never once had to queue for anything - restaurant tables, embarkation, disembarkation - everything was very well organised and very relaxed. Our outside cabin was a bit on the small side but seemed much roomier after we asked for the double bed to be made up as 2 singles. It was lovely to have full sized shower with a sliding glass door. There was more than enough room for everyone on the ship. Even on sea days there were plenty of free sun-beds and buffet dining tables. The only downside for me was the quality (or lack of) entertainment in the Stardust Theatre. eg, the singer/impressionist was very dated and boring. Also I wasn't attracted by many of the daily activities. Of course one of the best things about the cruises was having a zero stateroom bill at the end of it all. I'd definitely look to sail with NCL again. It just had a such lovely relaxed and friendly atmosphere and we wanted for nothing

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Terms and Conditions

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.

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