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North Cape, White Sea, Murmansk & Canada

Ship: • Departs: • Sail Date: Thursday 1st Jan 1970 • Duration: night
Cruise Code: P860



On this magnificent voyage of discovery, Marco Polo will visit picturesque Trondheim and the Arctic city of Tromsø before continuing deep inside the Arctic Circle to Honningsvåg, Norway’s northernmost city. Sail around the North Cape to Russia’s White Sea to discover historic Archangel and uncover wartime memories in Murmansk. By contrast, Sortland in the Vesterålen Islands offers beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. This exciting itinerary also includes Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island Íles de la Madeleine and Montréal with an overnight stay in Québec as you cruise the mighty St Lawrence River in the glorious fall. En route are calls in Cobh and Glengarriff in scenic Ireland.

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Cruise Highlights

  • Prince Edward Island, of Anne of Green Gables fame, boasts stunning scenery rightfully earning it the title of the ‘Garden Province’ of Canada.
  • From St John’s photograph thousands of colourful puffins, other seabirds and possibly humpback whales on a voyage to Witless Bay Reserve.
  • Visit the iconic Château Frontenac, the most well-known landmark in Québec and considered the most photographed hotel in the world.
  • Admire Montreal’s impressive neo-Gothic Notre-Dame Basilica, North America’s second-largest church and one of the most elaborate, where Pavarotti recorded his famous Christmas concert.
  • Saguenay National Park encompasses the spectacular Saguenay Fjord, one of the world’s largest fjords where marine life thrives including Beluga and Minke whales.
  • From Corner Brook, a picturesque logging town, follow in the foot-steps of Captain Cook and view Newfoundland’s scenic, rugged coastline which was first explored by Cook 250 years ago.

Highlights may be subject to booking specific shore excursions and are subject to operation and weather conditions. Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed.

 



* Prices shown are GST inclusive pricing per person based on two adults sharing a twin cabin and is inclusive of the 'buy one get one free' promotion and all other cruise offer discounts and savings.

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