Greenland, Iceland & Norway to Reykjavik Greenland, Iceland & Norway to Reykjavik Greenland, Iceland & Norway to Reykjavik

14-day Cruise on Norwegian Star

Greenland, Iceland & Norway to Reykjavik

from Tromsø, Norway

Get ready to cruise into the vacation of a lifetime on Norwegian Star. Experience the otherworldly natural beauty of the Artic in Sandnessjoen where you can soak in sweeping vistas on a hike in the popular De Syv Søstre (Seven Sisters) mountain range. Dive into the heart of Norse culture in Tórshavn by touring historic sites and visiting the unique cultural center, the Nordic House. Then explore the dramatic fjord landscape in Isafjordur on an exhilarating kayaking tour.
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    Explore a new port every day of your cruise.
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    Discover onboard accommodations to match every travel style.
Cruise Offers From
  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $304.45 USD
14 Days. 14 Ports. 1 Amazing Holiday.
Port of Call
Tromsø, Norway
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Tromsø is the largest city above the Arctic Circle and is a jump-off point for Arctic explorations. Visit the museum for insights into Lapp culture, and see the city's strikingly modern Arctic Cathedral.

Port of Call
Svolvaer, Norway
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Considered the artistic hub of Northern Norway, Svolvær is also your base for exploring the fairytale landscape of the Lofoten archipelago. If there's an outdoor activity that you enjoy, chances are you can find it here. From fishing and rock climbing to hiking, horse back riding, surfing and more, the volcanic-rock islands are your outdoor playground to discover. Or explore Svolvær and surrounding towns for a glimpse into local culture and traditions and the region's dramatic Viking past.

Port of Call
Sandnessjoen, Norway
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Located on the northwestern tip of Alsta Island, Sandnessjøen is situated between the 12-mile long Leirfjorden and a dramatic mountain range known as The Seven Sisters. Explore this storied landscape by water on an unforgettable sea kayaking tour or take to the mountains and soak up panoramic island vistas. With everything within walking distance in Sandnessjøen, you can enjoy a relaxing stroll through town, browse local shops and savor traditional Norwegian cuisine at a café or restaurant.

Port of Call
Ålesund, Norway
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One of Norway's most beautiful towns, renowned for its Jugend-style architecture and art nouveau style. Cruise visitors will immediately notice Ålesund's unique layout, as it is built on islands extending to the sea, and offers scenic views of fjords and the Sunnmore Alps. Ålesund is the fishing capital of Norway. Explore more of Ålesund on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Bergen, Norway
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View this lovely and charming Norwegian city from your cruise ship and you'll see how the city is nestled between seven mountains, seven fjords and the North Sea. The Norwegian King resided here, and many historical events took place in this busy port. These events come alive when you amble down the old streets of Bryggen, past picturesque, wooden buildings and the Romanesque-style St. Mary's church. Explore more of Bergen on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Scotland
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The capital of Scotland's Shetland Islands is a vibrant and energetic city coloured by grand Victorian houses and the region's namesake ponies. It is a cruise ship's primary entry to the Shetlands, a mosaic of over a hundred islands inhabited by about 22,000 people and an abundance of wildlife. It is a land shaped by the sea featuring views of dramatic sculptured cliffs and tranquil sandy bays. Explore more of Lerwick on a European cruise!

Port of Call
Edinburgh (South Queensferry), Scotland
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Golfers will love a scenic drive to St. Andrews, birthplace of the challenging sport. This capital city has thousands of years of history, incredible views, and the world's largest art festival. Tour Craigmillar, Dalhousie and Edinburgh Castles or see the Royal Yacht Britannia.

Port of Call
Kirkwall, Orkney Isles, Scotland
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This starkly beautiful island holds many ancient treasures like the mysterious Standing Stones of Stenness and the 5,000-year-old village of Skara Brae, which was discovered with the furniture and indoor drains preserved. Make sure to visit the striking trio of St. Magnus Cathedral, the nearby ruins of the Earl's Palace and Bishop's Palace. After touring, stop in a pub to chow down on salmon and lamb dishes with the locals. And ask them about the wide range of Kirkwall's speciality items, which includes cashmere, whiskey and crafts.

Port of Call
Torshavn, Faroe Islands
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This colourful capital city of the Faroe Islands on the island of Steymoy features a panoply of Nordic landscapes, with fjords, straits, deep green valleys, and a wonderful harbor dotted with colourful boats. Thorshavn began as a Viking settlement, and later became a thriving town, replete with quaint, colourful neighborhoods, and historic cathedrals and fortresses from the Middle Ages.

Port of Call
Djupivogur, Iceland
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Nestled in between the two fjords, Hamarsfjörður and Berufjörður, you'll find the remote little town of Djúpivogur. Captivating as it is quant, this humble fishing village is home to breathtaking scenery that moves from gently sweeping beaches to jagged cliffs and Búlandstindur, the iconic pyramid-shaped mountain. In contrast to the high-energy hustle and bustle of modern life, Djúpivogur encourages a slower, more contemplative way of living. Savor incredible seafood, have drinks with locals and shop traditional handcrafts you can't find anywhere else in the world. While the town of Djúpivogur might be small, there's no doubt it will make a big impression on your next Northern Europe adventure.

Port of Call
Akureyri, Iceland
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Nestled along the shores of one of the most breathtaking fjords in Iceland, Akureyri is the nation's second largest urban area and a centre of Icelandic folk culture. Visit the museums, hike along the extraordinary vistas or explore the botanical gardens. Shop in one of the charming boutiques and then catch a glimpse of the most northerly 18-hole golf course in the world. After you've worked up an appetite, feast on some Nordic specialities like smoked lamb and fresh fish and then indulge in an Icelandic fried pastry.

Port of Call
Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
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There are few places where you can truly feel at the edge of the world as you can in Ittoqqortoormiit. As one of the world's most remote settlements, this small, colorful village of approximately 400 residents is situated in East Greenland near Scoresby Sund. To say that the wild, untouched landscape surrounding the village is incredible would not do it justice. From dogsledding and hiking to kayaking, fishing and boat tours, there are many ways to discover the diverse wildlife, rugged cliffs and large icebergs dotting this unique corner of the world.

Port of Call
Isafjordur, Iceland
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As the largest town in Iceland's remote Westfjords's region, Ísafjörður is a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts. Boasting an enchanting fjord ideal for watersports and a mountainous landscape brimming with opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding and more, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Originally a church site and a 16th century trading post, the town of Ísafjörður is home to wonderful museums and historic sites for those wishing to learn about the region's rich heritage and local culture.

Port of Call
Reykjavik, Iceland
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There's a good reason that Iceland is considered a photographer's dream destination. Its terrain is visually stunning, offering views of lava flows, hot springs, unspoiled nature - and colourful, fascinating cities like Reykjavik. The world's most northerly capital brings together quaint villages, exciting museums, a flourishing music scene and restaurants that rival Europe's finest. Explore more of Reykjavik on a European cruise!

Dates & prices
  • + Taxes, fees and port expenses $304.45 USD
Staterooms & Accommodation
There's nothing like starting your morning with a glass of sunshine and fresh ocean breezes on your own private balcony. Norwegian offers a wide range of contemporary and lavish accommodations designed for you, your family or even a retreat with your besties. From convenient adjoining staterooms to the Penthouse (includes a private butler), we've made room for every holidaying style.
  • Club Balcony Suite

  • Suite

  • Oceanview

  • Balcony

  • Inside

Experience Norwegian Star
Welcome aboard your best holiday yet.
  • 2013 Best for Families
    2013 Best for Families
  • 2018
    Remodeled Date
  • 2,348
    Double Occupancy
Serving a wide variety of culinary delights to please every palate, our complimentary dining options include three main dining rooms, a help-yourself buffet and a variety of casual cafés, grills and on-the-go choices. Plus, our Main Dining Rooms offer a menu that changes daily, Chefs Signature Dishes and carefully selected wine recommendations, guaranteeing a different culinary adventure with every visit.
  • Versailles Main Dining Room

    Versailles Main Dining Room

  • La Cucina  Italian Restaurant

    La Cucina Italian Restaurant

  • Garden Cafe

    Garden Cafe

Bars & Lounges
With so many bars and lounges to discover, finding your favourite may take a few days. Pop some bubbly and toast to the good life inside Gatsby's Champagne Bar. Or work on perfecting your tan as you relax poolside at Topsiders Bar. Whether you're looking to meet up with friends or make new ones, there's always an opportunity to mix it up.
  • Sky High Bar

    Sky High Bar

  • Spice H20

    Spice H20

  • Atrium Café

    Atrium Café

When it comes to the entertainment on Norwegian Star, there's never a dull moment. Tickle your funny bone with the hilarious musings of The Second City, Chicago's legendary improv comedy group. Find out whodunit during our Presumed Murder Luncheon. Or enjoy an evening of knee-slapping laughter alongside stand up comics and unicycle-riding jugglers inside Stardust Theatre. It's showtime. All the time.
  • Star Theatre

    Star Theatre

  • Band on The Run

    Band on The Run

From top to bottom and from bow to stern, Norwegian Star ships have enough onboard activities to fill every minute of your cruise. Indulge in a refreshing swim, cocktail or ice cream treat at The Oasis Pool. Wanna get lucky? Bet it all at our award-winning Casinos at Sea®. And when all is said and done, enjoy a pamper session at Mandara Spa. With so much to do, we'll always have you coming back for more.
  • Kids' Pool

    Kids' Pool

  • Hot Tubs

    Hot Tubs

  • Sports Court

    Sports Court

Please visit the Spa for the latest pricing on all products & services. Prices are subject to change. Guests must be 18 or older to indulge in our spa services. An 18% gratuity and spa service charge will be added at time of purchase.
  • Facial Treatments

    Facial Treatments

  • Massage


  • Manicure


Onboard Shopping
Forget to pack something? No worries! Our gift shops onboard carry everything you'll need for fun in the sun. Shop from a variety of souvenirs, cosmetics, clothing, snacks and sundry items. Treat yourself at our duty-free shops full of fantastic savings on fine jewellery, accessories, perfume, liquor and tobacco.
  • The Tides

    The Tides

  • Tradewinds


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