Opera at sea
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- A cruise to discover Northern European islands in partnership with the Royal Opera of Wallonia.
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites: from Belfast, the mysterious Giant's Causeway site, Dublin, city of literature (disembarkation port).
- Heimaey Island provides a possibility to observe the colonies of puffins, the real treasure of this island off the Icelandic coast.
- Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland.
- After your cruise, discover Dublin, the Irish capital brimming with convivial atmosphere and authentic charm.
Staterooms & Suites
Deluxe Stateroom €4,210 Not Available Prestige Deck 4 €4,720 Not Available Prestige Deck 5 €4,950 Not Available Prestige Deck 6 €5,200 Not Available Deluxe Suite Deck 5 €7,280 Not Available Deluxe Suite Deck 3 €7,280 Not Available Deluxe Suite Deck 4 €7,280 Not Available Deluxe Suite Deck 6 €7,280 Not Available Prestige Deck 5 Suite €9,910 Not Available Prestige Deck 6 Suite €10,400 Not Available Privilege Suite Deck 6 €10,920 Not Available Privilege Suite Deck 5 €10,920 Not Available Grand Deluxe Suite Deck 6 €12,020 Not Available Grand Deluxe Suite Deck 5 €12,020 Not Available Owner's Suite €12,620 Not Available
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Port of call & excursions
ReykjavíkEmbarkation 06/09/2020 from 16H00 to 17H00 . Departure 07/09/2020 at 00H00 .
Iceland’s capital stretches along the edge of a vast bay in the west of the country. For a panoramic view of the lush, green landscapes, make your way to Perlan, the “Pearl of Reykjavík”, alarge environmental structure located on ’Oskjuhlið hill. Look out for the signpost showing the way to the evangelical Hallgrímskirkja church, and to the historical centre where you can stroll along the Skólavördustígur and the Laugavegur. The little shops in these lively streets will entice you to do a bit of shopping. For some relaxation just outside of the city, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the Reykjanes peninsula and its famous thermal lagoons of the Blue Lagoon.
8 September 2020 – Heimaey, VestmannaeyjarArrival 08/09/2020 early morning. Departure 08/09/2020 midday.
This land seated off the southern coast of Iceland is the largest of the Vestmann islands, and is the only inhabited island in the archipelago. The steep Edfell volcanoes and the green prairies of Herjólfsdalur offer rich contrast of nature. On the Stórhöfði road, look out over grey sand beaches and cliffs carved out by the Arctic ocean. From here, you can also see the bronze landscapes of the mountaintops. You could visit Eldheimar, an ultra-modern and interactive museum which traces the volcanic eruption has experienced Heimaey in 1973.
9 September 2020 – At seaArrival 09/09/2020. Departure 09/09/2020.
During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness centre. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the PONANT photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observer marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.
10 September 2020 – Stornoway, HebridesArrival 10/09/2020 early morning. Departure 10/09/2020 late afternoon.
Discover Lewis, the largest island of the Hebrides, considered to be the cradle of Gaelic culture. Here, the peat- and heather- covered valleys and lochs stretch on to infinity, and numerous bird colonies have taken up residence in the long, jagged coastlines where. Not far from Stornoway, the island’s main town, built by the Vikings in the 9th century stands one of Scotland’s most prominent prehistoric sites: The Standing Stones of Callanish. Dating back to more than 3,000 years B.C., these imposing stones placed in a cruciform pattern were laid out according to the moon and stars and their main purpose was to keep track of seasonal cycles, as this was essential for farmers at the time.
11 September 2020 – Portree, Isle of SkyeArrival 11/09/2020 early morning. Departure 11/09/2020 midday.
Nestling in the crux of a gorgeous bay, Portree reflects the magnificence of the grandiose Isle of Skye as well as being its main town. Apart from the charm of its colourful houses, the town’s outstanding location on the banks of a loch makes it a very pleasant place to be. From its colourful harbour bustling with local craftsmen’s shops, you can take in a stunning view of the surrounding hills. Before trekking through the wilderness and drinking in the natural beauty of the Isle of Skye, check out some of the beautiful images in the Aros Centre.
12 September 2020 – Belfast, Northern IrelandArrival 12/09/2020 early morning. Departure 12/09/2020 late afternoon.
The capital city of Northern Ireland is located on the very tip of Belfast Lough, in the north-east of the Emerald Isle. Along the waterfront, the building shaped like a fragmented liner is non other than the Titanic Belfast, a homage to the famous transatlantic liner, with full-scale reconstructions making for an insightful experience of the Belle Epoque. In the historical centre, you’ll also travel back in time when you see the majestic Edwardian columns of the City Hall, and the imposing neo-gothic towers of Queen’s University for example. The carved wooden façades of the Victorian pubs will certainly entice you in for a pint of beer or chilled cider.
DublinDisembarkation 13/09/2020 at 07H00 .
The Irish capital stretches along the banks of the Liffey to Dublin bay, on the East coast of Ireland. Discover Ireland’s warm conviviality in the pedestrian district of Temple Bar. Its cobbled streets are brimming with fabulous shops, pubs and arts centres. Next to Trinity College, famous for its 18th century library, you can stroll along Grafton Street: in one of its famous tea shops, try a delicious scone and clotted cream served hot and melt-in-the-mouth with jam. Not far from here, the majestic O’Connell bridge leads you to the avenue with the same name, on which Spire, a luminous contemporary sculpture presides.
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