Home to one of the world’s most dynamic landscapes, Iceland is the legendary ‘Land of Fire and Ice’!
Vast ice caps, active volcanoes, spouting geysers, bubbling mud pools and geothermal hot springs are all part of the exciting nature you may experience on this extraordinary island. Visits to Rotterdam, the beautiful Shetland Islands and the remote Faroes complete this very special cruise.
Delicious full board cuisine
Afternoon teas and late night snacks
Captains Cocktail Party
Self service tea & coffee (6am to midnight)
Big show entertainment, cabarets and classical interludes
Daytime activities and leisure facilities
Guest speaker and arts & crafts
Porterage of luggage, port to cabin
Please note: prices do not include drinks, gratuities or shore excursions.
Buy one get one free until 31st April 2019 - This offer may be withdrawn without notice at any time, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Prices in "Departure Dates" tab are BEFORE the BOGOF discount has been applied. £150pp deposit required and full balance is due 104 days before departure.
To enhance the enjoyment of your cruise, a programme of optional shore excursions designed to show you the highlights of each of the ports of call will be available to view approximately 8 weeks prior to the cruise departure.
London Tilbury (United Kingdom)D
Rotterdam (Netherlands)B, D, L
At seaB, D, L
Land by launch or tender - Lerwick, Shetland Islands (United Kingdom) - Originally settled by the Norsemen in the 9th century, Lerwick was founded as an unofficial marketplace to service 17th Century Dutch herring fleets. The core of the town is a maze of narrow, flagstone streets set behind 18th Century sandstone buildings overlooking the busy harbour. Hay’s Dock, once the centre of Shetland’s fishing and boat building industries, is home to the marvellous Shetland Museum and Archives. On the southern tip of Mainland the extraordinary archaeological site of Jarlshof tells the story of some 4,000 years of human history on this remote archipelago with a wealth of wildlife.B, D, L
Tórshavn (Faroe Islands) - Once the site of an annual Viking gathering, Tórshavn is today one of the smallest and most pleasant capital cities in the world. It sits on the southern tip of Streymoy, one of eighteen islands in the Faroese archipelago. Tinganes is the old part of the town where characteristic, red wooden buildings with turf-covered roofs cluster on a narrow peninsula. It juts into the natural harbour around which the modern town has been built. The Faroe Islands have a wild and dramatic landscape, which is a magnificent backdrop to optional excursions showing how islanders live on this remote and unspoiled archipelago.B, D, L
Seyðisfjörður (Iceland)B, D, L
Akureyri (Iceland) - Akureyri lies at the head of the 60-kilometre long Eyjafjördur, which is the longest fjord in Iceland. The capital of the north, which was founded as a trading post, is today an attractive town with colourful houses and well-kept gardens. It is also home to both the northernmost botanical garden and northernmost golf course in the world. Optional excursions highlight Iceland’s extraordinary landscapes including surreal rock formations, the lunar-like pseudo-craters at Skutastadir and the stunning, crescent-shaped Godafoss Waterfall. Laufas Folk Museum, or Myvatn Nature Baths, Iceland’s newest spa, are relaxing alternatives.B, D, L
Land by launch or tender - Ísafjörður (Iceland) - Situated just below the Arctic Circle, Isafjördur is the largest town in the Westfjords region of Iceland. It sits on a gravel spit that stands out into the Skutulsfjördur flanked on three sides by towering mountains. There are only three roads leading out of the town and all are through tunnels. The Maritime Museum traces the life and history of the settlement where fishing has been, and remains, the area’s main source of income. The Westfjords region is a nature lover’s paradise and a popular excursion visits the magical island of Vigur, which is home to a large eider duck colony and vast bird population.B, D, L
Reykjavík (Iceland) - Part old Norse, part modern city, the Icelandic capital has a quirky character of its own. Although Reykjavik is one of the world’s smallest capital cities, it is home to almost half of Iceland’s population. Mosaics, murals and sculptures are found throughout the oldest part of the town where brightly coloured houses with tin roofs are watched over by the towering Hallgrimskirkja Church. The classic ‘Golden Circle’ featuring vast lava fields, bubbling mud pools, crashing waterfalls and spouting geysers, is a popular optional excursion along with the chance to bathe in the famous geothermal Blue Lagoon.B, D, L
At seaB, D, L
At seaB, D, L
At seaB, D, L
London Tilbury (United Kingdom)B
B=Breakfast Included, D=Evening Meal Included, L=Lunch Included
Columbus, Cruise & Maritime
The impressive Columbus cruise ship joined the Cruise & Maritime fleet in June 2017. This splendid medium-sized cruise ship enjoys a sterling reputation on the British cruise market and will offer the same traditional cruising style that CMV is known for. Whether you are treating yourself to a mini cruise or embarking upon a once-in-a-lifetime world cruise, travelling with Columbus is sure to create memories.
Combining spacious surroundings and friendly service with stylish entertainment and delicious cuisine, Columbus is the perfect choice for those looking for the ultimate experience and comfort. Offering a wide range of on-board experiences including seven different lounges and bars, two speciality coffee and tea shops, and two deck bars, this ship gives guests ample choice to tailor their leisure time around their preferences. You will never be short of amusement aboard this ship cruise, as the Dome Observatory, Nightclub and Palladium Show Lounge host nightly performances by the talented Columbus show team and renowned guest stars. There is even a large floor for ballroom dancing!
Columbus still retains a feel of intimacy and personal attention when compared with the mega resort style cruising lines built today. The spacious surroundings on-board mean youll always find a quiet retreat to put your feet up and simply take in the ocean views. Whether you choose to seek sanctuary with a good book in the library, get creative in the new Crafters Studio, get energised at the fully-equipped gym or unwind with a relaxing massage, me-time doesnt get better than this.
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