Greenland, Iceland & Norway Exploration
Black Watch • W1713 • Prices from £2,149.00 (cruise only)
Sailing from Scotland allows us show you these breathtaking parts of the world in a fraction of the time it would take from a southern UK departure port; so after embarking in Rosyth you’ll spend just two relaxing days at sea before docking in Reykjavik. Make the most of your day in the Icelandic capital to discover the Gullfoss Waterfall, Geysir Hot Springs and other highlights of the ‘Golden Circle’; or perhaps visit the city’s array of museums, galleries and exhibitions before sailing onwards to Greenland. Take in the snow-smothered peaks and icy, aquamarine waters of Angmagssalik Fjord en route to Tasiilaq, a simply mesmerising town surrounded by rugged mountains and impressive icebergs. Be sure to look out for arctic hares, foxes and other fauna here; and don’t miss the chance to visit the beautiful Kiattut Glacier.
Returning to Iceland, discover the glorious Godafoss Waterfall and incredible Skútustadir craters at Lake Mývatn on tours from picturesque Akureyi, or alternatively go in search of minke, humpback and sei whales on a once-in-a-lifetime whale watching trip. Then after cruising Eyjafjörður – Iceland’s longest fjord – and Reyðarfjörður; you’ll visit Eskifjörður, which is home to the world’s largest spar quarry and offers great views of the imposing, 985 metre-high Hólmatindur Mountain. Concluding your scenic adventure in Norway, you’ll have the opportunity to admire the art-nouveau structures of Alesund, where you can also climb Mount Aksla for superb panoramic views; and visit Olden for trips to the astonishing Briksdal Glacier.
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Itinerary & Port Information
DateArriveDepartDestinationAugust 2017Mon 21Late PMEdinburgh (Rosyth)
Edinburgh - Scotland's historic capital - is one of the U.K.'s finest cities. Combining beautiful architecture, engrossing cultures and an extensive heritage, this Scottish delight is a must-visit destination.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Thu 24Early AMLate PMReykjavik, Iceland
Overlooked by the impressive Hallgrímskirkja bell tower, Reykjavik is a stunning city with a number of interesting museums and some of the country’s most beautiful natural wonders within easy reach. Highlights include the Blue Lagoon Spa, Thingvellir National Park, the Gullfoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls and the Geysir hot spring area.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Sat 26Early AMEarly AMCruising Angmagssalik Fjord, GreenlandSat 26Late AMLate PMTasiilaq
Tasiilaq is the largest town in Eastern Greenland and makes the perfect starting point to explore this beautiful area of the country, known by many as Greenland's 'face towards the world'.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Mon 28Early AMLate PMAkureyri, Iceland
On your journey to Akureyri you’ll sail through the longest fjord in Iceland, Eyjafjordur, a wonderful prelude to your time on shore. If you’re looking for culture then head to Listagil, the centre of arts, crafts and design in Akureyri. To discover the surrounding natural wonders, take a sightseeing tour to Godafoss, ‘Waterfall of the Gods’ and Lake Myvatn. A visit here also offers the rare chance to go whale watching and see these splendid creatures in their natural environment: look out for Blue, Fin, Humpback, Minke and Sei whales.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Mon 28Late PMLate PMCruising Eyjafjörður
Eyjafjörður is the longest fjord in Iceland. At the edge of the Arctic circle, it lies on the migratory routes of whales and birds - be sure to have your camera to hand!Read more about this port and its shore tours >Mon 28Late PMLate PMCruising by Hrisey, IcelandMon 28Late PMLate PMCruising Eyjafjörður
Eyjafjörður is the longest fjord in Iceland. At the edge of the Arctic circle, it lies on the migratory routes of whales and birds - be sure to have your camera to hand!Read more about this port and its shore tours >Tue 29Early AMEarly AMCruising ReyðarfjörðurTue 29Late AMLate PMEskifjörður (Eskifjordur), Iceland
Eskifjörður (Eskifjordur), Iceland
Named after the fjord on which it sits, Eskifjörður is a beautiful, charming town located in the middle of Iceland’s Eastern Fjords.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Tue 29Late PMLate PMCruising ReyðarfjörðurThu 31Early AMLate PMAlesund
Ålesund is an astonishing visual experience, an art-nouveau epic of towers and turrets, ornaments and balconies, steeples and spires. Stroll through the pedestrianised streets, enjoying the art galleries, diverse shops and lively cafés, or climb 418 steps to the top of Mount Aksla to enjoy panoramic views of this attractive city.Read more about this port and its shore tours >September 2017Fri 01Early AMLate PMOlden, Nordfjord, Norway
Olden, Nordfjord, Norway
The charming village of Olden is set amongst green meadows – ablaze with colourful flowers throughout the summer – and babbling brooks meandering between pretty houses. It’s the gateway to the famous Briksdal glacier arm, which is set between tumbling waterfalls and high peaks.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Fri 01Late PMLate NightCruising Nordfjord
The Nordfjord is one of Norway's longest and most picturesque fjords, with the stunning Jostedalsbreen Glacier and Stadhavet Ocean located at either end.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Sun 03Early AMEdinburgh (Rosyth)
Edinburgh - Scotland's historic capital - is one of the U.K.'s finest cities. Combining beautiful architecture, engrossing cultures and an extensive heritage, this Scottish delight is a must-visit destination.Read more about this port and its shore tours >
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Pricing / Rooms
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On Our Ship
Sleek and intimate, with cabins and suites for 804 people, Black Watch has a warm welcome waiting for you.
Be captivated by the entertaining cabaret at the Neptune Lounge,and fire-up your taste buds for a treat at the Glentanar Restaurant. Or, share a relaxing drink over panoramic views across the ocean in our Observatory Lounge.
Everything You Need For a Perfect Holiday
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