Explore the historically rich landscapes of Norway with mv Discovery’s new no-fly cruise

24th Aug 2010
Explore the historically rich landscapes of Norway with mv Discovery’s new no-fly cruise

Cruise passengers are fast becoming ever more explorative with their destination choices and the latest cruise announced by Voyages of Discovery is like no other. The Norwegian Explorer cruise will take the mv Discovery across the whole coast of Norway on a 13 day voyage beginning 30th July 2011.

July is the perfect time to experience the rugged coastal landscapes of Norway at their most tranquil and beautiful. Towering peaks, tumbling waterfalls, serene fjords and mountain meadows await guests on this cruise, which has a lead in price of just £1,299. Travelling by sea is the best way to reach its many remote islands, inlets, coves and giant fjords and the 650-passenger, 4-star mv Discovery is the perfect vessel for these waters.

The cruise is attracting budding historians, wildlife lovers and walkers who know mv Discovery will take them closer to the majestic coastal landscapes and incredible wildlife which thrive in these challenging but enchanting environments.

Onboard this fantastic adventure there are two inspirational guest speakers. Greg Neale, the founder of the BBC History magazine, will be on hand to discuss the rich history of this enchanting region. Alongside him, Mark Baldwin, the UK’s leading speaker on WW2 code breaking, will bring a 1944 Enigma – the original code breaking machine onboard to discuss its dramatic influence on the course of war.

With convenient road and rail links to the port of Harwich, joining mv Discovery’s range of no-fly cruises couldn’t be easier.



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