Scottish Isles & Norwegian Fjords

Scottish Isles & Norwegian Fjords



Our exclusive travel program takes you on the sea, and on the road, “less traveled,” for a rare glimpse of the wild and poetic beauty of these epic
destinations that will leave an indelible imprint on the hearts of those who embrace this adventure.
Complimentary alcoholic & nonalcoholic beverages are included throughout the cruise!

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Trip Type
Group Travel Tour, International Ocean & Sea Voyages
Departure Dates
Jun 4, 2025 - Jun 12, 2025


Edinburgh and Glasgow Pre-Program Option
Discover 2 of Scotland’s greatest cities and their histories of clans, medieval knights, and royal intrigue on a 3-night itinerary that includes visits to Edinburgh and Glasgow. Tour Edinburgh, visit Edinburgh Castle, and see the Crown Jewels of Scotland. Explore the heart of Scotland to see the sites of Trossachs and Loch Katrine. Visit Glasgow and Stirling castles, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum. Accommodations are in the ideally located Sheraton Grand Edinburgh.

Wonders of Norway Post-Program Option
Our 5-night itinerary extension explores Denmark’s storied past, from the reign of Vikings to Danish royalty, while basking in majestic scenery. Visit Stalheim, and then travel aboard the Bergen Railway, from Voss to Oslo,
over Europe’s highest mountain plateau. Take a scenic walking tour of Oslo and visit the Opera House. In Copenhagen, visit the Viking Ship Museum and explore the ancient Roskilde Cathedral. Take a canal cruise through the city to see Copenhagen’s iconic sites. Stay in historic hotels and spend one night aboard an award-winning Seaways Ferry.


Airport transfers and luggage handling abroad are only included if air arrangements are booked through Gohagan & Company. If travelers make their own air arrangements, transfers and luggage handling are not included; transfers can be organized through Gohagan & Company and purchased by the traveler.


  • Linda Harper

    Linda Harper

    Linda was on the NTHP National Main Street program’s management team working with over 200 communities.  As the director for Exchange Programs for the Countryside Institute she provided oversight for communities in 3 counties to implement sustainable environmental and economic programs. Her time as the Board Chair and Executive Director of Historic Congressional Cemetery saw the property go from being listed on the NT’s 11 Most Endangered to being listed as a National Landmark with a $4M endowment. Most recently she served as the CEO for Cultural Tourism for Washington, DC promoting the embassies, monuments, arts and neighborhoods as an integral part of the city’s economic development plan.  Her background in historic preservation, cultural tourism and community engagement will help each traveler better understand the flavor and significance of our stops along the way.


A non-refundable administrative fee of $300 per person will apply for all cancellations received more than 7 days after booking and before other fees take effect at 120 days:
120 days $300 per person admin fee after 7-day grace period from booking
120 – 91 days 25% of full invoice fare
90 – 61 days 50% of full invoice fare
60 – 31 days 75% of full invoice fare
30 – 0 days 100% of full invoice fare
Separate airfare Terms & Conditions apply


Scotland to Norway map


  • day 1 & 2

    Depart home city Glasgow, Scotland/ Embark the ship

    Depart your home city and arrive in Glasgow the next day to embark World Traveller


  • day 3

    Isle of Iona

    Visit the Inner Hebridean Isle of Iona, the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland and burial place of Scottish kings. Revel in an in-depth, guided visit to its restored abbey and marvel at the intricate Celtic crosses. Return to the ship for lunch on board with the option for leisure time back on shore to experience its idyllic beauty. Attend the Captain’s Welcome Reception and Dinner.

  • day 4

    Kyle of Lochalsh/Isle of Skye

    Visit Eilean Donan Castle, one of the world’s most recognized castles—located on a tiny island in the midst of some of Scotland’s most dramatic scenery. Named for the 6th-century Irish saint who established the first community on the island, learn the rich history of this castle, dating to the 13th century, and its clansmen. Take a scenic drive to admire the Isle of Skye with its 11 peaks of the Cuillin Mountains and dramatic peninsulas. Visit a historic, award-winning distillery for an authentic taste of Scottish whisky.

  • day 5

    Kirkwall & Orkney Islands

    Head into the west of Mainland, Orkney’s largest island, to visit the Neolithic Heartland of Orkney, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. View the sacred Standing Stones of Stenness and visit the early Orcadian settlement of Skara Brae to see the dwellings revealed from beneath the sand dunes. Then, follow the coastline of Scapa Flow, made famous for its role in both World Wars, before visiting St. Magnus Cathedral. Also known as the “Light of the North,” the cathedral was built by Vikings during their 500-year reign over the islands. Listen to a Scottish bagpiper as you re‑board the ship in Kirkwall. This evening, enjoy a storyteller’s performance of traditional Scottish tales.

  • day 6

    Lerwick/Shetland Islands

    Dock in Lerwick and travel to the island’s southernmost point as you pass through the rural townships of Fladdabister with a view of the magnificent Mousa Broch—weather permitting—the tallest and best preserved broch in the world. Visit the archaeological site of Jarlshof, pending UNESCO designation, uncovered by a violent storm in the winter of 1896 to 1897. See the remains of more than 5,000 years of human history, including an Iron Age broch and wheelhouse, late‑Neolithic stone houses, a Bronze Age village, Norse longhouses, and a 16th‑century laird’s house. Look for sightings of Shetland’s famous ponies on the way back to the ship.

  • day 7

    Cruising Sognefjord, Norway/FLÅM RAILWAY

    This morning, board the Flåm Railway, one of the world’s most scenic train journeys, traveling 13 miles through 20 tunnels to Myrdal’s mountaintop station. Watch as snowcapped mountains and cascading waterfalls—including the awe‑inspiring Kjosfossen—unfold along this branch of the world‑renowned Bergen Line alongside intriguing hamlets. Back on the ship, cruise the mighty Sognefjord, passing traditional farmsteads and villages flanked by majestic mountains and glaciers. Rejoin the ship to cruise past stunning waterfalls and steep mountainsides.

  • day 8


    Enjoy a panoramic tour of Bergen as you travel to the summer home and living museum of famed Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. Stroll the grounds of Troldhaugen, Grieg’s home for 22 years, where he composed many of his best-known works. The living museum features an exhibition center, concert hall, composer’s cabin, and Grieg’s villa dating from 1885. Then, visit the Fantoft stavkirke, a 12th‑century wooden stave church demolished by fire in 1992, and painstakingly rebuilt in its original post and lintel construction. Take a walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen, Bergen’s historic waterfront. Enjoy time at leisure then the Captain’s Farewell Reception and Dinner this evening.

  • day 9

    Bergen/Disembark ship/Return to home city

    Following breakfast, continue on the Post‑Program Option or transfer to the airport for your
    return flight home.

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