Phone: 516-626-9000

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July 01 - 15, 2018

Into the Midnight Sun

London Roundtrip

The Six-Star Crystal Serenity

Join Roberta and Arnold Salob on this memorable cruise!

Journey through glacier-carved mountains and indigo-blue waters to reach the top of the world, to a wondrous land of picturesque villages and dramatic landscapes.

All this, plus Roberta and Arnold's exciting bridge program!

Participation in our fun-filled bridge groups is available only by booking direct with us at Bridge Holidays LLC

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO BOOK THIS CRUISE:
Call us at: 516.626.9000 or 800.807.7009
Fax: 516.626.7255
E-mail: cruises@bridgeholidays.com

ITINERARY

July 01

London/Dover, England

July 02

Cruising the North Sea

July 03

Bergen, Norway

July 04

Flåm, Norway

July 05

Geiranger, Norway

July 06

Cruising the Norwegian Sea

July 07

Lofoten/Gravdal, Norway

July 08

Tromsø, Norway

July 09

Honningsvåg, North Cape, Norway

July 10

Cruising the Norwegian Sea

July 11

Cruising the Norwegian Sea

July 12

Olden, Norway

July 13

Stavanger, Norway

July 14

Cruising the North Sea

July 15

London/Dover, England

July 01 - London/Dover, England

Depart 6 PM

London: Legendary landmarks, including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Parliament Square, Whitehall, the Tower of London and the fashionable West End will prove exceedingly fascinating, whether this is your first trip or a long-anticipated reprise. The ship will sail roundtrip from the Port of Dover, renowned for its spectacular white cliffs and historic medieval castle, Dover is also a gateway to such nearby points of interest as Canterbury Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and famous Leeds Castle.

July 02 - Cruising the North Sea

July 03 - Bergen, Norway

9 AM to 9 PM

Bergen, "Capital of the Fjordland" and Norway's second-largest city, was founded in 1070 AD. In its heyday, Norwegian Kings resided here. It was the largest city in Norway and there were no less than 27 churches and abbeys. Bergen is an immaculate city, set between the mountains and the sea, where traditional values hold firm over transitory ways. The local people take great pride in the rich heritage of this, one of Norway's premier cities.

July 04 - Flåm, Norway

8 AM to 6:30 PM

After gliding serenely into majestic Aurlandsfjord, the ship will berth in the tiny village of Flåm. Boasting dramatic nature and a serene atmosphere, Flåm is situated in the innermost part of the Sognefjord and surrounded by breathtaking mountains. From this tranquil area, dwarfed by towering mountain peaks, one of the world's most remarkably engineered railway lines originates and winds its way far above the sea. The 13-mile train journey provides views of some of Norway's wildest and most magnificent scenery. The twisting tunnels that spiral in and out of the mountain are manifestations of the most daring and skillful engineering in Norwegian railway history. Rivers cut through deep ravines, waterfalls cascade down the side of steep, snow-capped mountains and farms cling dizzily to the sheer slopes of cliffs. At the foot of the mountains, you can enjoy the natural beauty of the Flåm Valley and admire the majestic Aurlandfjord, a branch of the world's longest fjord, the Sognefjord.

July 05 - Geiranger, Norway

12 Noon to 6 PM

Geiranger village is located along the picturesque snow-covered Geirangerfjord in central Norway. One of the most dazzling of all Norwegian fjords, the Geiranger has been visited by touring ships for more than 100 years. Impressive mountains, numerous waterfalls and farms clinging precipitously to steep hillsides combine to give this area its unique character.

July 06 - Cruising the Norwegian Sea

July 07 - Lofoten/Gravdal, Norway

Lofoten: 8 AM to 9 AM

Gravdal: 12 Noon to 6 PM

Situated above the Arctic Circle in the central part of the Lofoten archipelago, Gravdal boasts breathtaking scenery, highlighted by glacier-carved mountains and indigo waters embracing colorful wooden buildings typical of Norway. Especially dramatic against the hard, blue sky is the red wooden tower of the Buksnes Church. Built in 1905 in a Dragestil design, the church showcases an architectural style popular in Scandinavia in the early 20th century characterized by steep roofs, large eaves and Norse motifs such as serpents and dragons. While mystical creatures like these appear only in inanimate, decorative form, real-life animals such as whales, sea eagles and seals can be seen with jaunts by kayak, bike, boat or foot.

July 08 - Tromsø, Norway

12 Noon to 8 PM

Tromsø, the capital of Troms province is known as "the capital of the Arctic." It lies on a forest-covered island in a narrow waterway, hemmed in by steep mountains and connected to the mainland by a bridge. This city has long been renowned as an important center of science and exploration. The imaginative Arctic Cathedral, the Polaria Centre and a scenic cable car ride are among the varied attractions Tromsø offers to its visitors.

July 09 - Honningsvåg, North Cape, Norway

10 AM to 10 PM

In the early afternoon your Crystal ship docks at the peaceful town of Honningsvåg set on Mageroy or "Meager" Island. Fishing is the dominant industry for the island's 3,500 inhabitants. Honningsvåg is your gateway to the North Cape plateau, Europe's northernmost promontory, with its infinite views over the vast expanse of the Artic Ocean.

July 10 - Cruising the Norwegian Sea

July 11 - Cruising the Norwegian Sea

July 12 - Olden, Norway

8 AM to 6 PM

Olden and the surrounding area is an artful juxtaposition of charm and natural majesty. From a historic 18th-century church and a variety of small shops and cafes in Olden, to the south lies Briksdalsbreen, an amazingly blue glacier whose impressive beauty is fair reward for a hike along a picturesque winding path affording glimpses of picture-postcard vignettes of waterfalls, rivers and mountains.

July 13 - Stavanger, Norway

12 Noon to 7 PM

For centuries, Stavanger and its surrounding areas have played a leading part in Norway's maritime history - from the time when Viking kings battled in Hafrsfjord, through the period of the "White Sails," steamships and modern super tankers. As a result of its prime geographical location, Stavanger is considered the most important oil city in Norway.

July 14 - Cruising the North Sea

July 15 - London/Dover, England

Arrive 6 AM

FARES

All Fares are Per Person, Double Occupancy
(Single fares in Brackets)

Fares are All-Inclusive: All beverages (including wine & liquor), WiFi/internet and gratuities are included.

Port Charge: $672

* Fares include the Book Now Savings of $1,500 and Early Payment Discount (good until 12/26/17).

Call us for air fares.

Save More: Crystal Society Discount, Onboard Booking Discount

Category (Deck) Our Discounted Fares
with Book Now Savings*
(single fares in brackets)
C3 (7)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Large Picture Window (Forward)
$ 5,005 ( $ 6,510)
C2 (7)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Large Picture Window (slightly limited view)
$ 5,445 ( $ 7,080)
C1 (7)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Large Picture Window
$ 5,820 ( $ 7,565)
B3 (8)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Verandah (Forward)
$ 6,990 ( $ 9,785)
B2 (8)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Verandah (slightly limited view)
$ 7,160 ( $10,025)
B1 (8)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Verandah
$ 7,310 ( $10,235)
A2 (9)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Verandah (Forward)
$ 7,410 ( $10,375)
A1 (9)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Verandah
$ 7,515 ( $10,525)
P2 (10)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Verandah (Forward)
$ 7,630 ( $11,440)
P1 (10)
Deluxe Stateroom w/ Verandah
$ 7,745 ( $11,620)
PH (10, 11)
Penthouse w/ Verandah & Butler
$ 11,620 ( $20,335)
PS (11)
Penthouse Suite w/ Verandah & Butler
$ 15,690