Carnival’s first cruises to Norway fjords

Carnival Cruise Lines to explore Norwegian fjords for first time in 2013

Carnival Cruise Lines will launch its widest ever range of European itineraries in 2013, with the ship Carnival Legend sailing on the line’s first Norwegian fjords itinerary, as well as cruises to the Baltic, the Mediterranean and the British Isles. In total, Carnival Legend will operate 17 European 12-day cruises between April 22 and October 31, 2013, visiting 34 ports across 18 countries.
The program includes a “Norway & Western Europe” cruise on 1-13 September, 2013, visiting Alesund, Bergen, Stavanger and Oslo in Norway, as well as Hamburg, Amsterdam, Zeebrugge / Bruges, Brussels and Le Havre / Paris.
A “British Isles, Norway & France” voyage will depart 13 September and feature stops at Stavanger, Edinburgh, Invergordon, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Le Havre / Paris. Six “Baltic Wonders & St Petersburg” cruises will also be offered, visiting Copenhagen, Berlin (Warnemunde), Helsinki, St Petersburg, Russia (overnight call); Tallinn and Amsterdam.
[pictured: Carnival Legend; courtesy Carnival Cruise Lines]


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