Enchanting Greenland’s Fjords and Icebergs
Day 1 Liverpool
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your journey to Liverpool. Embark our ship in preparation for a late afternoon sailing.
Days 2-3 At sea
As we sail towards Iceland, you’re free to do as much (or as little) as you wish. Maybe start your day off with a brisk walk around the deck. Or opt for a yoga class. Spend the afternoon learning a craft, or perfecting your golf swing. After your choice of dinner, you can catch a show or dance into the night.
Day 4 Reykjavik, Iceland
Spend a full day exploring Iceland’s capital and its extraordinary environment. Dip into the naturally hot pools at the Blue Lagoon Spa or admire the power of nature at Gullfoss Waterfall, and the incredible Geysir hot springs, all within a short distance of the city.
Visit the Althing - the world’s oldest parliament, the outstanding Art Museum, and the National and Saga Museums, which trace Iceland’s Viking history.
Day 5 Ísafjörður
Savour the finest locally caught seafood in Ísafjördur’s family-run restaurants. Take in the town’s history at Westfjords Heritage Museum and the Old Hospital. Or take a short boat trip to Paradise Island, home to thousands of puffins, arctic terns, eider ducks, black guillemots and more.
Day 6 At sea
With a variety of experiences, events, classes and much more to enjoy, each day on board can be as varied as you wish. Perhaps start your days with an energising early morning workout in the fully equipped fitness centre or refreshing walk on the open decks; try your hand at bridge, bingo, shuffle board and deck quoits after lunch, or perhaps indulge with a traditional afternoon tea; then in the evenings, enjoy sumptuous, five-course á la carte dining or a tasty buffet before catching a show - the choice is always yours.
Day 7 Cruising Prins Christian Sund, Greenland
Carving a breathtaking, naturally formed path separating the mainland from the pretty islands of Cape Farewell, Prins Christian Sund - named after Christian VIII - is one of Greenland's most scenic waterways. 66 miles in length, and flanked by magnificent glaciers and granite cliffs, this narrow passage is only accessible during the summer, when the largest icy blockades melt away, opening up an enticing route in land.
We’ll sail close to the glaciers, huge icebergs and imposing peaks for unmissable photo opportunities, while a range of wildlife, including bearded seals, seabirds such as black guillemots, and even minke and blue whales, are often seen too.
Day 8 Qaqortoq
Colourful Qaqortoq is clustered around another picture-perfect fjord. The town is steeped in Norse history and traditional culture - ancient Inuit styles of fishing, hunting and kayaking have been preserved and are still practised today. Noteworthy sights include the town’s fountain, the early 19th-century church, and the Stone and Man project (natural rock carvings by local artists).Ship to shore tender service.
Day 9 Narsarsuaq - Cruising Tunulliarfik Fjord
Narsarsuaq is a small settlement in the Kujalleq municipality in southern Greenland, with a population of no more than 200 inhabitants. Around Narsarsuaq, the attractions include a great diversity of wildlife, gemstones, tours to blue-ice glaciers, and an airfield museum. Just outside of Narsarsuaq is Signal Hill, offering panoramic views of the fjord and the icebergs which can occasionally be seen floating past.
Later, we cruise along the glass-like still waters of the fjord, in between drifting ice bergs and alongside native seals and whales.
Day 10 Nanortalik
Nanortalik - Greenland’s most southerly town - is unlike any other town in the country. Sat on a small island at the end of a wonderful fjord and surrounded by vast snow-topped mountains, the ‘Place of Polar Bears’ is unique.
The small woodlands and prairies against a spectacular backdrop make this is a nature lover’s paradise. Polar bears live and hunt on the sea ice close to the town and are often seen from the shores of Nanortalik, while seals and whales can also be spotted in the surrounding waters. Ship to shore tender service.
Days 11-13 At sea
As we sail towards home you may want to rest after all your adventures. If you’re still full of energy, there‘s lots to fill your time - from quizzes, games and music recitals to walks on deck and dance classes. And of course there’s plenty of opportunity to enjoy all the tasty food options.
Day 14 Belfast, UK
From beautiful coastlines to a fascinating industrial heritage, Belfast is a modern, vibrant and stylish city. Famous for being the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, Northern Ireland's capital offers visitors the chance to visit the Harland and Wolff shipyard and the fascinating Titanic Experience.
Close to Queen’s University lie the fascinating Botanical Gardens, established for over 180 years. The unique Palm House was one of the world’s first cast-iron glasshouses and displays a wide range of tropical plants, ranging from bananas to rubber.
Day 15 Liverpool
We arrive back early this morning and your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.