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Arctic Greenland, Iceland & Spitsbergen Cruise to Rosyth



An extraordinary adventure

Combine two unforgettable cruise adventures as Marco Polo heads across the Atlantic to explore the pristine landscapes of Iceland and Greenland, and then up the Norwegian coast to the remote island of Spitsbergen, with a brief pause back home in Rosyth mid cruise.

Life on board Marco Polo

Life on board Marco PoloThere's far more to life on board Marco Polo than we could possibly fit on one page. Click here to find out more about her fantastic facilities and welcoming atmosphere.

What The Price Includes

  • 35 nights' accommodation in your choice of cabin
  • Full-board arrangements including full breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and midnight snacks
  • On-board entertainment as arranged
  • Calls at ports as detailed in the itinerary
  • The services of a friendly, professional crew and cruise staff
  • Port charges and taxes

Single and upgrade cabins are available for a supplement

Ship Information

In an age of vast, impersonal, floating hotels, 22,000-tonne Marco Polo, her profile marking her out as the epitome of sea-going elegance, is a beautiful ocean-liner in the classic tradition. Offering high levels of comfort, sumptuous dining and a genuinely warm welcome from the crew, Marco Polo will offer everything you'd expect of such a vessel.


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Cruise Information

The greatest pleasure of a cruise holiday is the knowledge that as each day dawns, there'll be a new adventure to enjoy, a new experience to savour.

Ports of call

Day One - Depart Hull, UK 1845hrs
Day Two - Rosyth, Scotland
Day Four - Torshavn, Faroes
Day Five - Seydisfjordur, Iceland
Day Six - Akureyri, Iceland
Day Eight - *Tasiilaq, Greenland
Day 10 - *Narsarsuaq, Greenland
Day 12 - *Qeqertarsuaq (Godhavn), Greenland
Day 13 - *Ilulissat (Jakobshavn), Greenland
Day 14 - Sisimiut (Holsteinborg), Greenland
Day 15 - *Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
Day 16 - *Nuuk (Godthab), Greenland
Day 18 - Cape Farewell
Day 19 - Reykjavik, Iceland
Day 22 - Rosyth, Scotland
Day 24 - Kristiansund, Norway
Day 26 - Honningsvaag, Norway
Day 28 - Isfjord, Longyearbyen, Norway
Day 29 - Longyearbyen, Norway
Day 31 - Tromso, Norway
Day 33 - *Geiranger, Geirangerfjord, Norway
Day 34 - Bergen, Norway
Day 36 - Arrive Rosyth, UK 0800hrs

N.B. All days not listed are spent at sea enjoying the excellent facilities aboard Marco Polo. Please see the Full Itinerary for details. Ports marked with an asterisk will be reached by landing boat and may be inaccessible for customers with mobility difficulties.

Full Itinerary

Day One

Board Marco Polo in Hull today, and settle in to your cabin as she prepares to set sail.

Day Two

Magellan will arrive in Rosyth, on the Firth of Forth, this afternoon. Enjoy breakfast on board before you disembark and make your own way home, explore the city, or join the optional coach transfer back to Hull.

Day Three

Spend the today relaxing, and getting to know the ship, her crew and your fellow passengers.

Day Four

Tiny, Toytown-like Torshavn is the capital of the Faroe Islands. Explore its confusion of lanes, narrow passages and black-tarred houses with green turf on the roofs, or join an excursion, perhaps to cross the famous Bridge across the Atlantic connecting the main island of Streymoy with the spectacular scenery and ancient wooden churches of smaller Eysturoy.

Day Five

Today Marco Polo arrives in the stunning natural harbour of Seydisfjordur, one of Iceland's most beautiful coastal locations and the cultural capital of east Iceland.

Day Six

Akureyri, on Iceland's rugged north coast, is a thriving winter sports centre and home to a fascinating Botanical Garden. The area beyond is wondrously scenic, and today's excursion, to the Godafoss Falls and volcanic Lake Myvatn, will highlight many of its delights.

Day Seven

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day Eight

Our first call in Greenland will be Tasiilaq, on Ammassalik Island, just south of the Arctic Circle. Set beside a circular fjord, with a distant ring of snow-capped peaks rising in the distance, it's a stunning place, and the brightly coloured hillside houses and summertime meadows ablaze with wild arctic flowers only enhance its beauty.

Day Nine

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day 10

A morning call is made in Narsarsuaq, which means 'Great Plain'. The nearby waters teem with trout, and are home to humpback and minke whales. As you bid farewell to Greenland, sailing out across the Tunugdliarfik Fjord, there may well be sightings of these amazing creatures.

Day 11

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day 12

Qeqertarsuaq is home to the Arctic's oldest continuously manned research station. A day here offers the unusual experience of dog-sledding in summer, and the chance to kayak past the beautiful icebergs in the bay.

Day 13

Appropriately, given that its name means "icebergs", Ilulissat is a great place to watch these frozen masses, and search the seas for the whales and other marine mammals that live among them. The town was also the birthplace of Arctic explorer Knud Rasmussen, and his life is celebrated there in the museum that bears his name.

Day 14

Sisimiut, 40 miles beyond the Arctic Circle, is a hunting and fishing paradise, and a centre of Inuit culture. Join a shore excursion to learn about this place who name translates as "the people at the fox burrows".

Day 15

Kangerlussuaq is Greenland's only inland town. A former US base, the town has a fascinating museum chronicling the American stay, and is the starting point for the only road that leads to the icy edge of the Greenland Ice Cap.

Day 16

Greenland's capital, Nuuk, is a cultured, cosmopolitan city. Here, museums, hip restaurants, a microbrewery and a vibrant cafe culture sit comfortably beside the historic buildings of the Old Harbour and the towering peaks of mountainous Sermitsiaq.

Day 17

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day 18

This morning sees Marco Polo round Cape Farewell, the southern tip of the Greenland archipelago, heading home.

Day 19

Reykjavik is the world's northernmost capital. Its brightly painted wooden buildings contrast sharply with the stunning beauty of its setting beneath Mount Ejsa. Step ashore to explore, take the lift to the top of the Hallgrimskirkja Church for a panoramic view, or visit the fascinating Arbaer Folk Museum and the Saga Museum.

Days 20-21

The next two days are spent at sea as Marco Polo heads back to

Day 22

Marco Polo will arrive in Rosyth, on the Firth of Forth, today and you'll say goodbye to some fellow voyagers and welcome new friends aboard.

Day 23

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day 24

The lovely town of Kristiansund stands on a cluster of four islands at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It's also the starting point of the Atlantic Ocean Road, a five-mile ribbon of roads and bridges that links the islets and skerries that skirt this part of the Atlantic coast.

Day 25

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day 26

Today Marco Polo docks in the pretty, remote village of Honningsvaag. Join an optional excursion to the famous visitor centre at Nordkapp, almost at Europe's northernmost point. You'll return to the ship, passing Europe's true north tip at Knivskjellodden, before Magellan continues south.

Day 27

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Days 28 and 29

Today we'll reach Spitsbergen, ice-bound for all but high summer, and covered by glaciers and frozen tundra. The largest settlement, Longyearbyen, has some 3000 hardy inhabitants, and is the starting point for excursions into an Arctic wilderness a world away from the rest of Europe.

Day 30

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day 31

Marco Polo's next port is Tromso, where the magnificent Arctic Cathedral rised grandly from the bustling city centre. Step ashore to explore the daily market and fascinating Polarmuseum, which chronicles the lives and exploits of the likes of Amundsen and Nansen.

Day 32

Relax on board as Marco Polo spends another day at sea.

Day 33

Geirangerfjord's twists and turns guide us to Hellesylt and then to Geiranger - a lovely village in a truly breathtaking setting - today. Step ashore, perhaps to discover local history and traditions at the Norsk Fjordsenter, or to take an excursion through the unforgettable scenery.

Day 34

This morning Marco Polo docks in Bergen. This ancient Hanseatic city of cobbled streets and medieval houses was the birthplace of composer Edvard Grieg. Visit the vibrant harbour and fish market, stroll past the wooden warehouses of Bryggen and take the Floibanen funicular to the summit of 'Mount' Floyen.

Day 35

A final day is spent at sea, no doubt reliving the memories your cruise holiday as Marco Polo heads for home.

Day 36

Bid farewell to Marco Polo and all your fellow travellers, today, as you disembark in Rosyth at the end of your cruise.

*This offer applies to new bookings made between 27th December 2016 and 30th April 2017 (inclusive) only. Prices shown when booking include this discount. The exact value of the discount included will vary depending on cruise, cabin and departure date selected. Discounts apply to all cabin categories. The offer may be withdrawn at any time. All fares exclude gratuities.