Join Marco Polo in Harwich before she begins her Arctic adventure this evening.
Today is spent at sea, getting to know the ship and the many amenities on board.
This morning Marco Polo arrives in Lerwick, the rugged Shetland capital. Set foot in this fascinating land of ancient legend and tradition, which is also a haven for birdlife. Optional shore excursions may include the chance to explore the Bronze Age settlement at Jarlshof.
The tiny, remote, Danish outpost of Torshavn is capital of the Faroe Islands and home to deep-rooted Viking tradition. Wander the old town's confusion of lanes and passages, see black-tarred houses roofed with turf, and perhaps join an excursion to other parts of the islands.
Our next call is Eskifjordur, the historic fishing port and charming seaside village on the shores of the Eskifjord, on the east coast of Iceland. A fascinating Maritime Museum chronicles the region's long association with the sea, and shore excursions might include a boat tour to remote Mjoifjordur and the fascinating Icelandic Wartime Museum.
Akureyri, on Iceland's rugged north coast, is a thriving winter sports centre and home to a fascinating Botanical Garden. The area beyond this thriving winter resort is wondrously scenic, and today's excursion, to the Godafoss Falls and volcanic Lake Myvatn, will highlight many of its delights.
Look out for aquatic life as the ship steams into the North Atlantic on a day spent at sea.
Marco Polo's first call in Greenland is Tasiilaq, on Ammassalik Island, located just south of the Arctic Circle. Set beside a circular fjord, with a ring of snow-capped peaks towering in the distance, this beautiful town is a stunning blend of brightly coloured hillside houses and summertime meadows ablaze with wild arctic flowers.
Marco Polo navigates Prince Christian Sund waterway, today, which separates mainland Greenland from the Cape Farewell Archipelago.
Today Marco Polo reaches Narsarsuaq, which translates as 'Great Plain'. Look out for humpback and minke whales in the nearby waters as you sail out across the Tunugdliarfik Fjord.
Enjoy another relaxing day at sea at Marco Polo continues north.
Marco Polo reaches Sisimiut, which lies 40 miles beyond the Arctic Circle. Join a shore excursion to learn about this tiny city, known as a hunting and fishing paradise and a centre of Inuit culture.
Kangerlussuaq, Greenland's only inland town, is the starting point for the only road that leads to the icy edge of the Greenland Ice Cap. Don't miss a visit to the fascinating museum that chronicles the town's history as a former US base.
Marco Polo reaches Greenland's capital, Nuuk, today. This cultured, cosmopolitan city houses a collection of fascinating museums and hip restaurants. Discover its vibrant cafe culture as you sit comfortably beside the historic buildings of the Old Harbour and the towering peaks of mountainous Sermitsiaq.
This morning sees Marco Polo round Cape Farewell, the southern tip of the Greenland archipelago, before the ship reaches pretty Qaqortoq this afternoon. You'll have the chance to step ashore and explore Southern Greenland's largest settlement - of only 3000 inhabitants.
Enjoy your time on board as Marco Polo cruises back towards Iceland.
This morning we'll arrive in Reykjavik. Spend a day in the world's northernmost capital, where painted wooden buildings and startling modern developments are watched over by majestic Mount Ejsa. An optional shore excursion will reveal geysers, lava fields and the famous Blue Lagoon thermal pools before the ship sails this evening.
These three days are spent at sea, bringing the chance to reflect on the memories of your journey.
Marco Polo ties up in Harwich at the end of her scenic adventure.