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    Nordic Wonders Luxury Cruise
    20 nights
    from $17,016* per person twin share
    Up to 40% off cruise fare, free two-category suite upgrade, reduced deposit, all meals and drinks plus more
    Few voyages can rival the scenic splendour of this 20-night Nordic sailing. Discover the city of Oslo, encircled by forests and snowcapped peaks. Watch seals in Sweden’s Bohuslän archipelago, Kayak across glassy waters in beautiful Olden and witness the golden light of the midnight sun.
    Your package includes: Package Highlights:

    Your package includes:

    Package Highlights:

    Your package includes:

    Your package includes:

    • 20 nights accommodation aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises® Seven Seas Mariner in a Deluxe Veranda Suite
    • Up to 40% off cruise fare
    • Free 2-category suite upgrade
    • Reduced 7.5% deposit
    • Up to 66 included shore excursions
    • Unlimited beverages including fine wines and spirits
    • All dining including specialty restaurants and 24-hour room service
    • Open bars and lounges plus in-suite mini-bar replenished daily
    • Unlimited Wi-Fi¹
    • Pre-paid gratuities
    • Valet laundry service²
    • Concierge Suites and higher receive: 1-night pre-cruise hotel package and more³
    • Penthouse Suites and higher receive: personal butler and more
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    Package Highlights:

    This voyage of the Nordic will leave you wonderstruck. Behold spectacular natural landscapes as you visit the following destinations:

    • Copenhagen, Denmark
    • Lysekil, Sweden
    • Oslo, Norway
    • Kristiansand, Norway
    • Stavanger, Norway
    • Olden, Norway
    • Kristiansund, Norway
    • Trondheim, Norway
    • North Cape (Honningsvag), Norway
    • Hammerfest, Norway
    • Tromso, Norway
    • Leknes, Norway
    • Alesund, Norway
    • Lerwick (Shetland Islands), Scotland
    • Invergordon, Scotland
    • Amsterdam (Ijmuiden), Netherlands
    • Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Valid for travel
    Cruise departing 23 July 2024. Subject to availability. Seasonal surcharges may apply. Ask your personal travel manager for a quote for other departure dates.
    Offer expires
    29 Feb 2024 unless sold prior

    Itinerary

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    Day 1

    Copenhagen, Denmark

    Copenhagen, the royal capital of Denmark, is one of Europe’s oldest capitals. It was a fishing village until the middle of the 12th century, but then grew in importance after being fortified in 1167. Because of its harbour, it soon became a place of commercial importance. Copenhagen has a long history well-integrated with today’s modern life. Theatres, museums, art galleries and musical entertainment are among the attractions that make Copenhagen memorable.

    Day 2

    Lysekil, Sweden

    The seaside town of Lysekil is filled with incredible sights. Among them is Lysekil Church, whose granite was carved by hand and winched into place. The tower alone is 206 feet high and the spire rises more than 300 feet above sea level. Embark on a seal safari and see the rare Bohuslän in its true habitat or visit the Havets Hus, a saltwater aquarium with over 100 different species, you’ll get the chance to pet some of them.

    Day 3

    Oslo, Norway

    Oslo is Norway’s capital and largest city. Located at the head of the Oslofjord, the city is encircled by wooded hills and snowcapped peaks. Norway is a maritime nation with Oslo being the chief port for sea services from the Continent and England.

    Day 4

    Oslo, Norway

    Throughout Oslo’s 900-year history there have been many fires, and as a result it has a mixture of architectural styles. With a fairly compact city centre, many of Oslo’s attractions can be explored on foot.

    Day 5

    Kristiansand, Norway

    Discover cosmopolitan Kristiansand with its cultural, tranquil atmosphere, blend of contemporary and traditional architecture, and natural beauty woven throughout and beyond the city set on the shores of a sparkling fjord. Visit the old town, Posebyn, and admire the small, white wooden houses that speak of a bygone era. Stroll along the boardwalk to the town centre and Fiskebrygga (fish market), enjoying the maritime history and fresh local seafood. Visit the Adger Nature Museum and Botanical Gardens for an overview of Norway’s history dating back to the Ice Age. Then go to Markens gate to browse the shops, making a turn onto Skippergada for a selection of smaller boutiques, galleries and cafés. Look for hand-knit sweaters, fine Norwegian glassware and local crafts in this picture perfect setting.

    Day 6

    Stavanger, Norway

    Stavanger is the fourth largest city in Norway, and has been called the Petroleum Capital of Norway. Starting in the 1880s, industry grew in Stavanger, primarily based on treatment and exports of fish and fish-products. In the 1960s, exploratory oil-drilling in the North Sea changed the economic situation for Stavanger. With its good harbour and plane connections, Stavanger was well-positioned to take advantage of the increased activity. Stavanger and its region, along with Liverpool, United Kingdom, have been selected as a European Capital of Culture for 2008.

    Day 7

    Olden, Norway

    A delightful village renowned for Norwegian hospitality and friendliness, Olden sits at the end of the famous 66-mile Nordfjord in Western Norway. You’ll be hard pressed to conjure a more profoundly beautiful location, where winding, peaceful valleys meet colossal glaciers and crashing waterfalls, all set against the backdrop of towering mountains and staggering fjords. Kayak across glassy waters, breathe in mountain air hiking in the countryside, or take in the stunning views from the Loen Skylift.

    Day 8

    Kristiansund, Norway

    Beautifully situated on four main islands, Kristiansund is an inviting city surrounded by astonishing natural beauty. Its most famous attraction is the Atlantic Road, reputed to offer the world’s best road trip. The route winds its way across islands and over bridges with magnificent views of the ocean and coastline. Kristiansund also houses the oldest opera in Norway, and the city boasts a diverse and colourful array of architectural styles both classic and modern

    Day 9

    Trondheim, Norway

    Norway’s history is written in the buildings and monuments of Norway’s first capital and third largest city, Trondheim. The Sagas tell us how King Olav Tryggvason of Viking fame founded the city on this ice-free fjord in 997, mesmerised by the winding Nidelva River and lovely forested hills. The timbered architecture of the beautiful 11th-century Nidaros Cathedral is actually built over the tomb of St. Olav, and even today, Norwegian kings are crowned within its massive nave.

    Day 10

    Cruising the Norwegian Sea

    Day 11

    North Cape (Honningsvag), Norway

    The world’s northernmost village, Honningsvag is the gateway to the North Cape. It is a completely modern fishing harbour set in a land of forests, fjord waters, and crashing waterfalls. The Cape is 20 miles from Honningsvag across a stark and rocky tundra landscape, where large herds of reindeer graze on sparse grasses in the summer. This desolate terrain dotted with small lakes is the only area in Norway where landscape and vegetation are genuinely arctic in character.

    Day 12

    Hammerfest, Norway

    High up in the least populated and northernmost part of Norway, Hammersmith is a modern outpost on the island of Kvaløya that’s undergone a stirring rebirth. Visit the Museum of Reconstruction to learn the stories of those forced to evacuate during World War II and the town’s dramatic restoration after its razing by the retreating German army. Admire the Hammerfest Kirke (Church), built in 1961, designed to mimic the shape of traditional Norwegian fish-drying racks. Get a souvenir membership pin from the Royal & Ancient Polar Bear Society and watch for reindeer as you hike to the summit of Mount Salen for panoramic fjord views.

    Day 13

    Tromso, Norway

    Day 14

    Leknes, Norway

    It’s easy to envision being at the helm of a Viking warship as you approach the Lofoten Islands along Norway’s northern coast. Jagged mountains stand against the sky and deep fjords drop to sheltered bays and windswept beaches. In Leknes, a small town of under 4,000 nestled on the island of Vestvågøy, wild nature abounds – watch for the rare sea eagles flying overhead. In town, admire the work of local artists drawn by the stunning surroundings and enjoy a taste of stockfish, dried cod that dates to the Viking days and staple of the Norwegian diet.

    Day 15

    Cruising the Norwegian Sea

    Day 16

    Alesund, Norway

    In 1904, much of Alesund was destroyed by fire, but the town was quickly rebuilt in the period’s popular Art Nouveau style. Soaring turrets, spires and beautiful ornamentation adorn the buildings throughout Alesund, giving it a distinctive flair and earning the town a revered architectural reputation. Explore its many attractions, such as the spectacular Art Nouveau Centre museum, scenic Town Park, and Atlantic Sea Park, one of Europe’s largest aquariums. For a look at modern Norwegian woodworking, visit the impressive Gallery Cylindra. Many of Alesund’s squares feature sculptures commemorating significant events, including the town’s rich fishing history and Norway’s contribution to World War II. Buy exquisite Norwegian fashions, jewellery, leather handbags, tapestries and glassworks. Alesund offers a wealth of restaurants serving everything from Norwegian seafood delicacies to international gourmet fare, ranging from Japanese to Italian.

    Day 17

    Lerwick (Shetland Islands), Scotland

    Explore Stone Age ruins, heather-covered moors and the rugged Scottish highlands in Lerwick, capital of the Shetland Island Archipelago. With its dramatic cliffs, Grand Victorian houses, charming Shetland ponies, and Nordic heritage Lerwick offers hours of entertainment. Set off on your own to get a historic overview at the Shetland Museum and Archives on the waterfront. Stroll through the numerous galleries and quaint shops looking for unique art, fine hand knitted sweaters made from the wool of Shetland Sheep and beautiful knitted lace. The local-made beer and whiskey is well worth a visit to a pub.

    Day 18

    Invergordon, Scotland

    Invergordon has a tremendous history stretching back through two World Wars. Ideally situated in the centre of the eastern Highlands, Invergordon received its name from Sir William Gordon, a landowner of the 18th century. For centuries the estate on which Invergordon now stands was known as Inverbreakie, or “the mouth of the Breakie.” The Breakie presumably is the stream which enters the Firth at Rosskeen Bridge, near the old parish church west of the present Town.

    Day 19

    Cruising the North Sea

    Day 20

    Amsterdam (Ijmuiden), Netherlands

    Just a short distance from Amsterdam, IJmuiden has beaches, sand dunes and picturesque scenery, as well as the country’s biggest fish market. It’s considered to be North Holland’s gateway to the North Sea and it’s at the head of a canal that leads directly to Holland’s capital, Amsterdam.

    Day 21

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    As capital cities go, Amsterdam is small in comparison. It has a reputation for free-spirited and very liberal lifestyles. Some might call it Europe’s most “radical” city, but one cannot deny the beauty of Amsterdam and its rich history. Amsterdam is a cultural centre of Europe, as exemplified in its more than 140 art galleries and 40 museums. In addition, it is famous for its baroque architecture, canals, and cobblestone streets where the favoured mode of transportation is the bicycle.

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    Advertised prices are per person twin share, correct at time of publication and are subject to availability and change and can be withdrawn or amended at any time without notification due to fluctuations in charges, taxes and currency. Offer is not combinable with any other offer. *Upgrade Your Horizon offer is capacity controlled and applies to new bookings only made between 3 January and 29 February 2024. Guests will receive a FREE 2-Category Suite Upgrade, up to a Penthouse Suite (Category A),on applicable voyages† as well as a Reduced 7.5% Deposit. Reduced 7.5% deposit is applicable to guests sailing Deluxe Window through to Master Suites (Category MS-H) only. 7.5% Reduced Deposit is not applicable to Regent Suite Guests or guests booked on voyages with 50+ nights. and guests booking Seven Seas Grandeur™ in augural season sailings. Upgrade Your Horizon availability is limited and restrictions apply — applicable voyages are subject to removal at any time without notice. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. For a list of applicable voyages, please visit RSSC.com/Upgrade-Your-Horizon. ³Included 1-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel package and transfer between hotel and ship applies to guests 1 and 2 in Concierge Suites and above and is not available for new bookings made within 60 days of departure. *Free 1-night pre-cruise hotel package is not combinable with free pre-cruise land programme. Included & Unlimited Shore Excursions are capacity controlled, and on a first come, first served basis. All fares, itineraries, pre-cruise hotel packages and excursions are subject to availability and may be withdrawn or changed at any time. ¹Included & Unlimited Wi-Fi includes one (1) log-in, one (1) device per suite. Concierge Suites and above receive up to four (4) logins, four (4) devices per suite. Included beverages include selected wines, spirits, beers and champagne. Spa, casino and telephone costs are not included in all-inclusive fare. ²Included Valet Laundry Service includes wash, press and fold services for all guests; additionally, Regent Suite guests receive Included & Unlimited Dry-Cleaning Service. Included Valet Laundry Service is not available on the final full day of each cruise, nor on the day of disembarkation. Further terms and conditions apply, see RSSC.com. ©Regent Seven Seas Cruises®. NCL Australia Pty Ltd ABN 8060 7578 781. Itineraries subject to change. Change and cancellation fees may apply. Your personal travel manager may charge additional service fees. Please check current COVID-19 travel restrictions for the destination you wish to visit before departure. Other conditions apply. Please view the TravelManagers general terms and conditions here and contact your personal travel manager for more details.

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