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Faroe Islands, Iceland and Spitsbergen - From Norway

13 Days FROM USD 6,675


Undertake this incredible late Spring voyage as you island hop in and around the Arctic. Discover unforgettable emerald islands as the region bursts to light in full floral bloom. Starting in Bergen, Norway you will sail to Lerwick, Scotland before continuing to the Faroe Islands, northern coast of Iceland and finally the remote and isolated Jan Mayen Island. From lush green landscapes to incredible bird and whale-watching opportunities, this journey offers a perfect Arctic expedition adventure.

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Trip Code: ACHUSIH

Travel Style: Expedition Cruise

Location: Arctic - Shetland Islands, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Jan Mayen and Svalbard


Flights: We offer a range of flight options to meet your cruise. Contact us today to discuss


  • You will explore a number of unforgettable Arctic destinations including Scotland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Jan Mayen and Svalbard - each as unique and contrasting as the last.

  • Sailing in the late spring you will be able to see the Arctic in full blossom as landscapes of lush green are dotted with flowers in full bloom. 

  • Explore five wild and isolated islands across four countries, each with a wide range of wildlife experiences including bird and whale-watching.


Explore Bergen´s historic harbour area with its fish market and UNESCO-listed Bryggen wharf of colourful wooden warehouses that date back to the 1300s. You can also board a funicular up nearby Mount Fløyen. There, you’ll enjoy views over Bergen, and maybe even spot your ship, MS Spitsbergen, docked below.

Embarkation in Bergen

Built on the herring trade in the 17th century, Lerwick has grown in Scotland’s northernmost town and is home to a third of the Shetland Islands' population. Visit local boutique shops along Commercial Street, wander along the waterfront with its sandstone buildings, or visit the museum to learn more about the town’s Norse heritage.

Lerwick - Centre of Scotland's Shetland Islands

Located in the Funningsfjordur inlet in the Faroe Islands, the village of Elduvík lies by the shore at the end of a long, lush valley surrounded by stunning green mountains and with the river Stórá running through the middle. Just 23 people inhabit the village, complete with a school, church, dock, pier, and colourful houses.

Elduvik - Charming Village of The Faroe Islands

Enjoy a relaxing day at sea with onboard lectures from the Expedition Team while we set course towards Iceland.

At Sea

Bakkageroi is one of Iceland’s smallest hamlets, a quiet haven well off the tourist track. The place is so well-known for its fairy-tale-like natural beauty, the locals have come to call the region `The Land of the Elves´. Many puffin colonies also line the nearby fjord, making it a popular place for birdwatching.

The Land of Elves

Welcome to Iceland’s largest community outside of Reykjavík. Expect comfy cafés, restaurants, and chic art galleries. There are also various museums of interest, distinct churches, and the botanical gardens which will be in full bloom at the time of your visit. Akureyri is also close to natural treasures, such as lake Mývatn and Godafoss waterfall.


Days at sea are an opportunity to wind down and watch the waves, or enjoy a lecture or two from the Expedition Team.

At Sea

The Norwegian island of Jan Mayen has two main areas. The north is dominated by ice-capped Beerenberg, the northernmost active volcano on earth. The south is flatter and unglaciated, and where 30 people live at a weather station. The island is a breeding site for large numbers of seabirds such as fulmars, auks, and guillemots.

Visits to Jan Mayen are incredibly rare. You will be one of the few travellers to attempt a landing on this mysterious and isolated island.

Jan Mayen Island

The day is at your leisure aboard the ship. Relax while gazing out at the view, learn more from the knowledgeable Expedition Team in our lecture series, or swap experiences of the expedition so far with your fellow explorers.

At Sea

Summertime in the Svalbard Archipelago is when polar bears trek along the coast’s drifting ice on the hunt for seals. With a bit of luck, we hope to spot one or more of these top predators in the national park.

Depending on the movement and thickness of the sea ice, we might visit Kongsfjord´s mighty glaciers and catch sight of icebergs calving into the sea. We also plan to call on Ny-Alesund, a former mining town now transformed into an international science centre. Here, you’ll find 16 permanent research stations from 10 countries dedicated to the study of glaciology, wildlife, and climate change.

Spitsbergen National Park - Day 11 to 12

Your journey ends in lively Longyearbyen, the capital of Svalbard situated next to a fjord and surrounded by rugged mountains as far as the eye can see. It is a surprisingly modern and cosmopolitan settlement with a small and welcoming international community. Transfer from the ship to the airport for your flight to Oslo.

Disembarkation in Longyearbyen

Pricing per person & date

Faroe Islands, Iceland and Spitsbergen - From Norway from USD 6,675
Departing Ending Duration
24 May 2021 05 Jun 2021 13

Important Information

  • Cabin accommodation on board ship
    All meals on board
    All scheduled landings and excursions
    Guiding and lectures by experienced expedition staff and crew
    Flight economy class Longyearbyen - Oslo day after cruise
    Transfer ship to airport in Longyearbyen after cruise


    International flights
    Visa and reciprocity fees (if applicable) 
    Travel and medical insurance
    Any activities not mentioned as included

  • 2 (light adventure)
  • Available upon request, contact us for more details.

  • Please note this itinerary may be subject to change depending on weather conditions.

  • Departure date, seasonality and availability


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