Cruise Norway's Coast
- A Norwegian Tradition
The Norwegian Coastal Voyage, a cruise with 34 ports of call, follows a
stretch of Norway's coast characterized by vast distances, a sparse
population and dramatic scenery.
The Norwegian Coastal Voyage has an air
of history. It has always been a part of coastal life, has always
arrived at the ports and has always been there to rely on for more than
100 years. The ships take children to their christenings, newly-weds on
their honeymoons and carry milk and vegetables to remote island
communities. Works by recognized artists have helped the new ships gain
renown as floating galleries. The Norwegian Coastal Voyage is a unique
combination of first-class passenger ship and working ship. The fleet
comprises 11 ships, many of which were built since 1993. It is the
perfect alternative to the traditional cruise for the independent,
seasoned traveler. Enjoy a panoramic view of ever-changing, breathtaking
scenery from the comfort of a deck chair or a chair in the lounge.
There is always something happening... without much really happening
at all. The ships travel at 16 knots, which means that you always have
time to enjoy the journey, to make new friends and to relax and take in
the wonders of this wonderful journey.
'The World's Most Beautiful Voyage' is not just a phrase someone
invented. They were just stating a fact.