Norway Cruises


Many of the world’s largest cruise ships can regularly be seen in Norway water, including vessels from AIDA Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line, Holland America Line, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Silversea Cruises, Viking Ocean Cruises, and other cruise lines.

Norway, a nation shaped by its maritime history, invites visitors to delve deep into its vibrant culture and enduring Viking legacy. The country's historical seafaring tradition is deeply intertwined with its Viking heritage, with the explorers of yore having used the sea as a pathway for trade, exploration, and conquest. Many ports such as Bergen, Trondheim, and Stavanger have centuries-old stories narrating their role in Norway's maritime history. The country's culture, further, is an enchanting blend of ancient sagas, traditional music, and an indomitable love for the sea. Step into the realm of Norway, where every wave whispers a tale from the days of the mighty Vikings.


Norway's magical allure as a cruise destination is largely attributed to its phenomenal fjords like the Geiranger Fjord and Sognefjord, carved by glaciers over millennia. These majestic fjords are the heart and soul of the Norwegian landscape, nestled between towering mountains and cascading waterfalls. The sight of the Northern Lights painting the Arctic skies in Tromso or Alta is nothing short of celestial poetry, while the Midnight Sun in Nordfjord offers a mesmerizing spectacle of nature's grandeur. Andalsnes, Eidfjord, and Olden, set against the backdrop of these dramatic fjords, only add to the ethereal beauty that is unique to Norway. The main cruise ports in Norway are Alesund, Alta, Andalsnes, Arendal, Bergen, Bodo, Crossing The Arctic Circle, Eidfjord, Flam, Geiranger, Geiranger Fjord (Hellesylt & Geiranger), Hammerfest, Harstad, Haugesund, Hellesylt , Honningsvag, Jan Mayen Island, Kirkenes, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Leknes (Lofoten Archipelago), Longyearbyen (Svalbard Archipelago), Maloy, Molde, Narvik, Nordfjord, Nordfjordeid, Olden, Oslo, Romsdalsfjord, Rosendal, Sandnes, Sandnessjoen, Skarsvag, Skjolden, Sognefjord, Sortland, Spitsbergen (Svalbard Archipelago), Stavanger, Storstappen Island, Svalbard Archipelago, Svolvaer (Lofoten Archipelago), Tromso, Trondheim, Ulvik, Vik, and many more. Take a memorable cruise adventure to or from Norway.

Attractions and Activities

In Norway, every cruise stop is an opportunity for a thrilling adventure. Set out on a kayak expedition in the tranquil waters of the Geiranger Fjord or take a scenic Flam railway ride to behold spellbinding panoramas. Svalbard tempts you with its pristine Arctic wilderness, ideal for dog sledding or snowmobiling. In the Lofoten Islands' heart, Leknes, hiking trails unveil breathtaking views. Witness the magical dance of the Northern Lights in Tromso, or bask in the mesmerizing glow of the Midnight Sun at North Cape. Each experience is a testament to the abundant natural beauty that Norway has to offer.

Language and Currency

Navigating Norwegian customs is an essential part of your journey. Norwegians primarily speak Norwegian, but most are also fluent in English, making communication quite easy for tourists. The currency here is the Norwegian Krone (NOK). While tipping is appreciated, it's not mandatory as service charges are typically included in the bill. Norwegians generally value straightforwardness in transactions, so haggling is often considered unusual in the country.

Norway Cruises Schedule 2024

Embarking on a cruise to Norway is more than just a vacation - it's a voyage into a realm where nature, history, and culture intertwine effortlessly. The pulsating cities, the scenic ports, and the fascinating adventures that lie in wait make every moment unforgettable. Whether it's the allure of the majestic fjords, the ethereal Northern Lights, or the enthralling maritime history, Norway offers something unique for every traveler. So, get ready to set sail on a journey that not only transcends the boundaries of ordinary travel but also etches indelible memories of a land that time seems to have lovingly preserved. Come, let the call of the Norwegian sea guide you on this extraordinary adventure.

Silversea Cruises British Isles 14-day route

14-day British Isles cruise from London Portsmouth

Silver Endeavour, Silversea Cruises

Date: May 4, 2024

Ports of Call: London Portsmouth, Dartmouth, St. Peter Port, Isles of Scilly, Isle of Man, Girvan, Helsingborg, Isle of Mull, Lunga, Isle of Iona, Isle of Skye, St. Kilda, Djupivogur, Vestmannaeyjar, Reykjavik; View Itinerary

Holland America Line British Isles 21-day route

21-day British Isles cruise from Rotterdam

Rotterdam, Holland America Line

Date: May 4, 2024

Ports of Call: Rotterdam, Gothenburg, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Oslo, Rotterdam, Edinburgh, Inverness, Isle of Lewis, Isle of Skye, Belfast, Dublin, Liverpool, Holyhead, Cork, Bruges, Rotterdam; View Itinerary