July 6-9

Sail north with us, from Norway’s picturesque clipfish capital Kristiansund and past the Arctic Circle to Bodø, gateway to the true north.

Around midway, we drop anchor close to the Svartisen glacier. Norway’s second largest glacial mass has 60 “ice tongues” and covers 370 square kilometres.

Our voyage ends at the Arctic city of Bodø, home to the world’s strongest maelstrom Saltstraumen, and a perfect jumping-off point for visiting the majestic Lofoten Islands.


DEPARTURE Kristiansund

06. 07. 2021 16:00

06. 07. 2021 18:00

ARRIVAL Bodø 09. 07. 2021 09:00
NOT INCLUDED Flights and transfers to and from the ship, drinks on board (available for local prices). Field trips, other personal expenses.


There are daily express buses from Trondheim, and further bus connections from Molde and Ålesund. You can also reach the main attractions in the area by bus

Drive to Kristiansund on the E39 and Rv 70 from Bergen or Trondheim. We recommend that you driva via the Atlantic Road, which is one of Norway’s National Tourist Roads.

Kristiansund Airport Kvernberget is only 10 minutes by car from the centre of Kristiansund. There are daily departures to Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim.

Ship location in Kristiansund



Bodø Airport is located 1200 meters from Bodø city center, so you can actually walk the short distance to the town.

The airport has up to 13 daily connections to Oslo (Gardermoen, OSL), 7 Trondheim (Værnes), 6 to Tromso and up to 18 daily direct connections to Lofoten. You can fly SAS, Norwegian, Widerøe and Wizz Air to Bodø airport.


The Nordlandsbanen is called one of the world’s most beautiful train lines, and winds its way 730 km north from Trondheim to Bodø.

Bodo station is end station on Nordlandsbanen, 728.75 km from Trondheim.
The station is located roughly 400 meters east of Bodø, located at the junction Jernbaneveien, Bankgata and Sjøgata.

Ship location in Bodø