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Fjord Cruises

Fjord cruises are sure to amaze with spectacular scenery and unique sights, a Fjord cruise is an experience like no other.  Travelling along the western coast of Norway the landscape varies from picturesque to breath-taking. Prepare to be enthralled at the scenery that accompanies these deep water fjords; narrow inlets that have been cut from millions of years of ancient glacier activity.

Using the beautiful city of Oslo as our jumping off point to the western fjords, as we sail towards the towns of Bergen, Geiranger, Stavanger and Alesund many of the fjords we sail through are just wide enough for a cruise ship. You will be shocked at how close you can get to these natural rock ledges on our Fjord cruises.

Fjord cruises were made for nature lovers. In addition to the fjords, you will also get very close to the flora and fauna of Norway. Norway boasts colourful and rare birds such as the Puffin, White-winged Redstart, Arctic Loon and Waldrapp amongst others. You may even get to see whales, porpoises or seals on your travels. Perhaps best of all are the people of Norway, who are always warm and friendly to visitors of their incredible country. Read about some of the many highlights on a Fjord cruise with Royal Caribbean...

Highlights of a Fjord Cruise


Bergen, "the gateway to the fjords," is well-loved destination on a Baltic cruise.  Bergen is a scenic medieval city surrounded by mountains and the old quayside, Bryggen, is on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites.

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As Norway's capital city, Oslo is replete with cathedrals, castles and parks, all close at hand. One of the most popular sites is Vigeland Park, a unique sculpture park which is world-renowned and a must-see for all visitors to the city.


In one of the most south-westerly areas of Norway holds the beautiful city of Stavanger. Whilst it may be difficult to resist the shopping and charm of its city centre, there is much to do outside of town as well. A short boat ride away through the delightful Stavanger archipelago takes you to the stunning Pulpit Rock.

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Geirangerfjord (Geiranger) is known as the jewel of the Norwegian fjords. With its characteristic S-shape, high waterfalls and abandoned mountain farms, the area is so beautiful it is included on UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites. On your day in Geiranger you will find unspoilt and beautiful nature and cultural highlights aplenty.

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