Day 1 - Dover
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your journey to Dover. Embark Boudicca (3T+) in preparation for a late afternoon sailing.
Day 2 - At sea
Day 3 - Kirkwall, Orkney Islands
The capital of the Orkney Islands feels more Scandinavian than Scottish. Kirkwall echoes Christian, Nordic and Celtic history. Twisting lanes lead to ruined 12th century palaces. The Orkney Wireless Museum, dedicated to the history of radio, and Tankerness House, are worth visiting.
Day 4 - At sea
Day 5 - Cruising by Elliðaey Island, Eyjafjallajökull and Elephant Rock, Iceland
A day of scenic cruising takes us alongside Elliðaey Island, a beautiful and intriguing addition to the Vestmannaeyjar archipelago. Eyjafjallajökull is a 5,466ft-high active volcano. Its name may be familiar from the infamous eruption in 2010. We also see Elephant Rock, an incredible volcanic rock formation said to have been formed in the 1970s.
Day 6 - 7 - Reykjavik (overnight)
Spend two days exploring Iceland’s capital and its extraordinary environment. Dip into the naturally hot pools at the Blue Lagoon Spa or admire the power of water 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 8 - Ísafjördur
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 9 - Akureyi
Akureyri is set amidst spectacular landscapes sheltering diverse wildlife. To experience some natural wonders, jump on an excursion to Godafoss, the ‘Waterfall of the Gods’, or Lake Myvatn. In the town, there are many museums, galleries and exhibitions, showcasing the diverse culture of Akureyri and Iceland as a whole.
Day 11 - Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
Vikings discovered the Faroe Islands over a thousand years ago, and established the main harbour at Tórshavn. Many of the city’s ancient buildings are still standing and open to the public. Combine these with the wooden turf-roofed houses dotted across the small, rocky peninsula, and a selection of informative museums and you’ll get a good feel for the archipelago’s capital.
Day 12 - 13 - At sea
Day 14 Dover
Early this morning we arrive back in Dover and your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.