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Fjords & Seascapes

June 29-July 9, 2022

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Join us on a spectacular 10-night cruise through Denmark, Norway, and Scotland aboard Oceania Cruises’ Marina. From Oslo to Portsmouth, this voyage is filled with iconic landscapes that inspired Viking legends and fairy tales alike. 

Dip a toe in where the swirling North and Baltic Seas converge at Skagen, explore Kristiansand at the southern tip of Norway, once claimed the world’s largest fleet of sailing ships. Tour a reconstructed Viking farm and learn how the Vikings lived in Haugesund. 

Discover majestic fjords, cascading waterfalls, stunning glaciers, imposing mountains, and idyllic islands and lighthouses.

Next stop in Olden, a bucolic village offering the perfect base to explore the surrounding wonders and sail in a replica of a Viking ship along the coastline of Kristiansund. 

Visit the graceful Art Nouveau district in Ålesund, sample the local fruits of the sea in Måløy, and cap off your Scandinavian sojourn at Kirkwall in Scotland, with access to UNESCO-listed Heart of Neolithic Orkney, featuring the 5,000-year-old Standing Stones of Stenness.


  • See Skagen, where the North and Baltic Seas swirl together at Denmark’s northernmost point.

  • Cruise the fjords, enjoy waterfalls and Nordic seafood cuisine.

  • Visit Ålesund’s Art Nouveau district, skim the scenic archipelago along the Atlantic Ocean Road near Kristiansund, and explore the Neolithic village of Skara Brae in Kirkwall.

Fjords & Seascapes

June 28 – Depart for Norway

June 29 – Oslo, Norway

June 30 – Skagen, Norway

July 1 – Kristiansand, Norway

July 2 – Haugesund, Norway

July 3 – Olden, Norway

July 4 – Kristiansund, Norway

July 5 – Ålesund, Norway

July 6 – Måløy, Norway

July 7 – Kirkwall, Scotland

July 8 – At Sea

July 9 – London (Portsmouth), England

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