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Woodturning Cruise August 2018 Itinerary
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Dates for 2018: 20.August until 1.September
|Departure: Stavanger||Monday 20 Aug||22.30||Day 0 *|
|Arrival: Sandane||Tuesday 21 Aug||16.15||Day 1|
|Excursion in the Nordfjord area. Including a visit to the famous woodcarver Rolf Taraldset.
Read more here: EXCURSION SANDANE.
|Departure: Sandane||Tuesday 21 Aug||22.00||
|Arrival: Geiranger||Wednesday 22 Aug||09.00||Day 2|
|Early in the morning we will enter one of the westcoasts most beautiful and dramatic fjords - the Geirangerfjord. The mountains rise steeply up to 1800 meters (5,905 feet) and you can see small farms and beautiful waterfalls approximately 700-800 meters (2,300-2,625 feet) up the mountainsides. We will drop anchor at the end of the fjord and passengers will be set ashore for a fantastic bus ride (excursion) over the mountains, up the Trollstigen and on to Molde.
Read more here: GEIRANGER EXCURSION
|Departure: Geiranger||Wednesday 22 Aug||09.30||Day 2|
|Arrival: Molde||Wednesday 22 Aug||16.30||Day 2|
|Molde - the town of Roses and Norway's Jazz City! It's an exciting place on the Romsdalsfjord.
Here we meet the buses from the excursion again.
|Departure: Molde||Wednesday 22 Aug||21.30||Day 2|
|Arrival: Namsos||Thursday 23 Aug||13.15||Day 3|
|We will visit the Norwegian Sawmill museum and get a guided tour, showing also the Spillum steamsaw from 1853. A visit to the local candlelight factory
are included and we will be able to see the production of candlelights.
Read more here: NAMSOS EXCURSION
|Departure: Namsos||Thursday 23 Aug||20.00||Day 3|
|Arrival: Bodø||Friday 24 Aug||12.00||Day 4|
|EXCURSIONS -In Bodø you can join the bus and take a boat trip to the small fishing village of Kjerringøy. It's one of Norway's richest trading communities, dating back to the 18th century - before the steamships. This place is also well known as the location for several movies. It has kept its original architecture, maintaining its timeless and amazing uniqueness.
Read more here: BODØ EXCURSION
|Departure: Bodø||Friday 24 Aug||20.00||Day 4|
|Arrival: Tromsø||Saturday 25 Aug||10.30||Day 5|
Tromsø is a beautiful, vibrant and picturesque city. It is known as the Nordic answer to another famous place, often being called The Paris of Norway. Tromsø is the capital of Northern Norway and boasts a major university, The Polarinstitutt, Northern Light Observatory and several other important institutions. Join the bus trip and visit the Ishavscathedral (breathtaking!) then stop at Tromsø museum with its famous lapp-exhibition. There's much more to see on this great excursion! For the adventurous, take a ride on a gondola to the top of Citymountain and get an absolutely fantastic view over Tromsø and its spectacular surroundings. Let's not forget shopping in Tromsø - it's really great.
Read more here: TROMSØ EXCURSION
|Departure: Tromsø||Saturday 25 Aug||20.00||Day 5|
|Arrival: Honningsvåg||Sunday 26 Aug||10.00||Day 6|
Today we will visit the North Cape! You will travel by bus to the worlds most northern town before reaching the North Pole. Travel any further north and you will find only ice... At the North Cape Point we'll visit the North Cape Center - it's a very special place. Bust trip from Honningsvag to the North Cape takes about 1 hour. (Changed from 2011, giving much more time at the North Cape).
Read more here:NORTH CAPE EXCURSION
|Departure Honningsvåg||Sunday 26 Aug||14.00||Day 6|
|Approximately 21.30 we will drop fishing lines (provided) at Lopphavet and passengers can fish for really BIG cod or any other denizens of the deep! Lots of exciting fun. And the chef will be ready to prepare a fabulous meal.|
|Arrival: Sortland||Monday 27 Aug||13.30||Day 7|
|Visit to Nyksund a genuine old fishing village. A must see! More information
Read more here: SORTLAND EXCURSION.
|Departure: Sortland||Monday 27 Aug||18.30||Day 7|
|Monday at approximately 2100 we will visit the unique Trollfjorden! This is a very narrow fjord that MS Gann will very slowly sneak into and turn around - you can almost touch the steep mountainsides by hand! Unforgettable experience - definitely a MUST! If time permits we will also make a short visit to Svolvær - an unique fishing village. Due to timing we might not be able to go ashore but it will for sure be a nice photo oppertunity!|
|Short stop in Svolvær||Monday 27 Aug||22.30||23.55|
|Arrival: Mosjøen||Tuesday 28 Aug||13.30||Day 8|
Information to follow
|Departure: Mo i Rana||Tuesday 28 Aug||21.00||Day 8|
|Wednesday 29 Aug||15.00||Day 9|
Trondheim is Norway's second largest city, combining historical and modern architecture. Visit beautiful and majestic Nidarosdomen - the biggest cathedral in the country and Ringve Museum with Norway's largest musical instrument collection. There's much, much more in Trondheim including great shopping in unique stores.
Read more here: TRONDHEIM EXCURSION
|Wednesday 29 Aug||23.00||Day 9|
|Thursday 30 Aug||11.00||Day 10|
|Departure: Ålesund||Thursday 30 Aug||20.00||Day 10|
|Arrival: Bergen||Friday 31 Aug||09.30||Day 11|
|Bergen's uniqueness makes it Norway's top tourist attraction. Surrounded by seven mountains, it's a beautiful, energetic and happy city. Go for a city sightseeing tour, enjoy magnificent city and harbor views from Fløyfjellet or amble downtown to the bustling markets and shops. There's lots to see and visit.
Read more here: BERGEN EXCURSION
|Friday 31 Aug||23.00||Day 11|
|Arrival: Stavanger||Saturday 1.Sept||07.30||Day 12|
|Arrival in Stavanger heralds the end of a successful, happy and one of a kind cruise you'll share with people for years to come. The friendships you make will last a lifetime and the things you learn will make you a better artist.|
* NOTE: The numbering of the days does not match our excursion overview. This is due to how the system counts the days. The actual dates are correct. Sorry for any inconvinience.
National Geographic rates the Norwegian fjords as the world's greatest unspoiled travel destinations and we will be travelling in these surroundings!
One last point! Everywhere we travel, there'll be loads of magnificent photo opportunities so bring your cameras.