Ultimate Viking Voyage

29 Day Discovery Voyage from Bergen to Boston with Scenic

Begin your journey in Bergen and cruise through to Boston onboard the Scenic Eclipse and enjoy exclusive savings and cruise inclusions with Scenic and Global Journeys.

Discovery Voyage Starts In
Starts In
Bergen
Discovery Voyage Ends In
Ends In
Boston
Ship Type
Ship Type
Small Cruise Ship
1
Cruise Departures

Cabin Pricing

Inside Cabin N/A
Oceanview Cabin N/A
Balcony Cabin From $33,874 pp
Suite From $50,034 pp
* Port charges, taxes, and fees included.
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Cruise Itinerary

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1 Bergen, Norway
Welcome to Bergen, Norway’s magnificent second city, where you’ll be warmly greeted on board Scenic Eclipse. Meet the captain, crew and your Discovery Team before setting sail for your adventure through the Scottish Isles. (D)
2 Lerwick, Shetlands, United Kingdom
Lying between Norway and the north coastline of Scotland, Lerwick is the Shetland Islands’ capital, and only town. A picturesque harbour town surround by spectacular nature and wildlife, here you’ll learn about the ancient Norse roots of the island with its historic Viking sites, longship replicas and longhouses. (B/L/D)
3 Kirkwall, Orkney
Kirkwall is the Orkney Islands’ beating heart, where Viking roots continue to run through its ancient winding streets. Originally called ‘Kirkjuvagur’, meaning ’Church on the Bay’, the Norse cathedral of St Magnus is still a magnificent focal point for the Orkney capital today. A fine example of an ancient Norse town. (B/L/D)
4 Stornoway, Hebrides
Sail for Scotland’s Outer Hebrides to Stornoway, on the east coast of the Isle of Lewis and the Isle of Harris (which is actually one island). A natural sheltered harbour, the town was named by the Vikings as Steering Bay, later to be translated to Stornoway. On the Isles of Lewis and Harris you’ll find medieval castles, Gaelic culture and rugged coastlines that give way to dramatic island landscapes and majestic white-sand beaches. (B/L/D)
5 Portree, Isle of Skye
The Isle of Skye is a true gem of Scotland’s Islands, and Portree is Skye’s main town and cultural hub; a pretty harbour famous for its brightly painted waterfront houses. Beyond Portree lies an enchanting island full of natural wonders, including distinctive rock formations and the rugged peaks of the Quiraing. (B/L/D)
6 Tobermory, Isle of Mull - Fort William
The picture-postcard harbours of Scotland keep coming with a visit to Tobermory on the Isle of Mull. A half day can be spent exploring the town, its sheltered bay and colourful harbour-front buildings, before leaving for Fort William on mainland Scotland. (B/L/D)
7 Fort William
On the shores of Loch Linnhe and in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, Fort William takes up a simply majestic setting. With a full day in the self-proclaimed Outdoor Capital of the UK, your time here will allow you to explore some of the Scottish Highland’s finest scenery, including Glen Nevis – a quite magnificent glacial valley. (B/L/D)
8 Iona
It’s back out to island life with a visit to the tranquil Isle of Iona, just off the west coast of Mull. At just three miles long and one mile wild, this small holy island has played a big role in Christianity throughout the ages. And religious history aside, you’ll be quickly won over by the slower place of life of this enchanting isle, as you stroll Iona’s beautiful sandy beaches looking out for its varied wildlife. (B/L/D)
9 Douglas, Isle of Man
The capital of the Isle of Man, Douglas, welcomes you to one of the most beautiful areas of Britain. Snaefell is the island’s only mountain and its summit – which can be reached from Douglas on the Snaefell Mountain Railway – offers not only spectacular views, but is also the only place in the UK you can see all of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland on a clear day. A curious quirk for an island not actually part of the UK.  (B/L/D)
10 Belfast, Northern Ireland
After the peacefulness of Iona, today you’ll arrive in bustling Belfast – a city transformed. With its rich cultural heritage, you’ll have the day to explore Belfast’s world-class museums and flourishing arts scene. Not to mention the city’s famous maritime history found in the Titanic Quarter, now one of the world’s largest urban-waterfront regeneration projects. (B/L/D)
11 Dublin, Ireland
Welcome to Dublin where you have a full day to discover this fascinating city at your leisure. (B/L/D)
12 Belfast, Northern Ireland
From the capital of Ireland to the capital of Northern Ireland, today you’ll arrive in Belfast – a city transformed. With its rich cultural heritage you’ll have the day to explore Belfast’s world-class museums and flourishing arts scene. Not to mention the city’s famous maritime history found in the Titanic Quarter, now one of the world’s largest urban-waterfront regeneration projects. (B/L/D)
13 Stornoway, Hebrides, Scotland
Leave the bustle of the cities behind as you sail for Scotland’s Outer Hebrides to Stornoway, on the east coast of the Isle of Lewis. A natural sheltered harbour, the town was named by the Vikings as Steering Bay, later to be translated to Stornoway. On the Isle of Lewis you’ll find medieval castles, Gaelic culture and rugged coastlines that give way to dramatic island landscapes. (B/L/D)
14 Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Sailing far into the North Atlantic arrive in Torshavn, the capital of the Faroe Islands. One of the world’s smallest capital cities, Torshavn and the Faroe Islands remain one of Europe’s least travelled destinations. It’s truly off the beaten path. Towering cliffs, craggy fjords and powerful waterfalls make up the wild landscape of the Faroe Islands – home to over a million seabirds, including puffins. With Torshavn being named after the Norse god of thunder, Thor, and the Faroese having 37 different names for fog, you get an idea of the dramatic, atmospheric nature of the Faroe Islands that lies in wait        (B/L/D)
15 Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Continue to explore Torshavn and the Faroe Islands. (B/L/D)
16 Seydisfjordur, Iceland
Your first visit port of call in Iceland will be Seydisfjordur, at the mouth of a beautiful fjord on the east coast of the Island, or the ‘Eastfjords’. We dock right in the heart of this charming town – settled by wealthy Norwegian fishermen – which is full of brightly coloured wooden houses set to a backdrop of spectacular mountains and waterfalls. (B/L/D)
17 Heimaey & the Westman Islands
This small and fascinating archipelago was born from volcanic activity and is full of natural beauty. It’s home to vast species of birdlife, including nesting puffins each summer. Whilst it’s not uncommon to spot whales and seals in the surrounding waters. The largest island, Heimaey, was the site of the eruption of the Eldfell volcano in 1973 that covered most of the island with volcanic ash. (B/L/D)
18 Reykjavik
A full day in Reykjavik will give you the opportunity to really explore the quirky Icelandic city, and the world’s northernmost capital. Reykjavik translates as ‘Smoky Bay’ – named as such by the first Viking settler, Ingolfur Arnarson, due to the steam rising from the area’s geothermal activity. Today Reykjavik perfectly combines a contemporary art and creative scene with the country’s historic past, full of Norse sagas, folklore and superstition. (B/L/D)
19 At Sea
Cruise Arctic waters as you follow in the footsteps of Vikings in crossing continents to Greenland. (B/L/D)
20 Prinz Christian Sund, Greenland
Carving a breath taking and naturally-formed path separating the mainland from the islands of Cape Farewell, Prins Christian Sund is one of Greenland's most scenic waterways. 105 kilometres in length, and flanked by magnificent glaciers and granite cliffs, this narrow passage is only accessible during the summer, when the largest ice blockades melt away. Scenic Eclipse brings you close to the glaciers, huge icebergs and imposing peaks for unmissable photo opportunities. (B/L/D)
21 Narsarsuaq
Delve into the fjords of Southern Greenland to visit the birthplace of the country. On settling in Narsarsuaq, the Norse Vikings regaled tales of a verdant arctic forest, which led to them naming the country Greenland. This small village on the Tunulliarfik Fjord is surrounded by imposing nature and is the gateway to Southern Greenland and the Greenland ice sheet.  (B/L/D)
22 Qaqortoq
Qaqortoq is Southern Greenland’s largest ‘city’, with a population of around 3,000. The colourful wooden houses surround the fjord’s picturesque bay, which can host floating icebergs and playful whales. Here you’ll learn even more about Greenlandic culture and its Viking history, with a museum in the town centre and Norse settlements and ruins never far away. (B/L/D)
23 At Sea
Cruise the Labrador Sea, making the most of Scenic Eclipse’s luxurious features on your way to North America. There’ll be insightful lectures and presentations from the Discovery Team in the theatre, and time to relax in the Spa Sanctuary. (B/L/D)
24 L'Anse Aux Meadows, Canada
Discovered by Leif Erikson and his crew of Norse explorers, L’Anse aux Meadows is the only known Norse village in North America.    Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, here you’ll be transported back in time to where Vikings once settled. On the north coast of Newfoundland you can also search for whales and dolphins on your cruise. (B/L/D)
25 Gros Morne National Park
Today you’ll be awed by another UNESCO World Heritage site – Gros Morne National Park. Its ancient landscapes were shaped by colliding continents and grinding glaciers, leaving behind an area of stunning natural beauty that’s rich in wildlife. (B/L/D)
26 Louisbourg
Opening exclusively for Scenic Eclipse guests, visit the Fortress of Louisbourg after hours. Be welcomed by the military drummers and be regaled with tales of days past by the entertaining guides. You’ll be treated to a concert in the local chapel and have the chance to learn about the rum matured on site, or the French Canadian way to make hot chocolate. Before witnessing the impressive cannon firing ceremony. (B/L/D)
27 Halifax
Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, is a vibrant and lively city with a historic waterfront precinct. (B/L/D)
28 At Sea
Relax on board Scenic Eclipse as you cruise into the Gulf of Maine towards your final destination. (B/L/D)
29 Boston, United States of America
Your Arctic to America cruise ends here in New England and the iconic city of Boston. Say farewell to the crew and disembark Scenic Eclipse for your journey home. (B)

Scenic Eclipse

Ship Class
Ship Style
Small Cruise Ship
Passengers
Passengers
228
Crew
Crew
176
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Year Launched
Launched
2019
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