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ITINERARY A:

Southampton - at sea - Stavanger - Olden - Innvikjorden -

Nordfjord - Alesund - Bergen - at sea - Southampton

ITINERARY B:

Southampton - at sea - Stavanger - Olden - Innvikjorden

- Nordfjord - Hellesylt - Geiranger - Geirangerfjord

- Sunnylvsfjorden - Storfjorden - Bergen - at sea -

Southampton

P&O IONA MAIDEN SEASON ON THE

NORWEGIAN FJORDS

P&O Iona • 7 Nights • May-September 2020 • Prices from £829pp

5% deposit • Extra Guests from £1

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Parking at Southampton

✥ 7 nights full board cruise

✥ Tea and coffee making facilities

in your stateroom

✥ FREE childcare in the Night Nursery

(6pm to 2am) for 6 months to 5-year olds

✥ FREE 24-hour room Service

The MS Iona will be the 9th ship to join the P&O Cruises fleet, named after the Scottish Island of Iona - this will be

the first cruise ship built for the British market to be powered by liquefied Natural Gas which will help her to be more

environmentally friendly. This brand-new ship will feature a three-deck high atrium with a grand staircase and 17

restaurants inclusive of eight speciality dining restaurants and 12 bars offering plenty of choice for all tastes. New to

the P&O Cruises fleet will be the glass covered entertainment venue on-board called the Sky dome which features a

retractable stage for shows, as well as the Infinity Bar at the stern of the ship featuring an infinity pool.

Date Itinerary Inside Outside Balcony

23 May 20 B £849 £1099 £1149

27 Jun 20 B £829 £999 £1099

25 Jul 20 B £829 £949 £1099

15 Aug 20 B £829 £949 £1049

19 Sep 20 A £849 £969 £1179

*Prices are based on the best fared dates in each month. Other dates are

available.

First Sky Dome

at sea

BRAND NEW

SHIP FOR THE

BRITISH MARKET

The Iona's Maiden season will be operating seven-night

sailings departing from Southampton to the Norwegian

Fjords throughout summer 2020. This is one of the most

spectacular regions of the world with a unique mix of

culture and jaw dropping scenery. Many would argue that

the only way to truly appreciate the dramatic scenery of

the Norwegian Fjords is to sail through them with their ice

carved inlets and spectacular waterfalls. A fjord is formed

when a glacier cuts a U-shaped valley in the surrounding

bedrock and most fjords are deeper than the adjacent

sea; Sognefjord, Norway, reaches as much as 1,300 metres

(4,265 ft) below sea level.

The west coast of Norway is home to the Fjords and

Bergen is the gateway to Fjordland - founded in 1070

originally a Viking settlement. Visit the best known historic

site of Bryggen which is a collection of 11th century

wooden buildings built along the harbour front. Geiranger

Fjord is a UNESCO World Heritage Site - it is nine miles long

and is the most photographed fjord of them all. This fjord is

surrounded by the steepest mountains on the entire west

coast, it is very narrow and has foaming waterfalls (Seven

Sisters and Suitor) which plunge into the fjord from jagged

peaks. Olden is a peaceful village situated at the end of

one of Nordfjord's arms. Here a lake in the valley has been

turned a rich deep green created by the minerals pouring

down from the Briksdal Glacier where giant waterfalls

make the views spectacular.

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Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit

www.jetlinecruise.com/cruise-packages/maiden-voyage-on-the-fjords-699

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