NEW. Bucketeer Hosted Iceland to Boston Cruise August 2023
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NEW! JUST ANNOUNCED....Make Plans to Come With Us and our Bucketeers to Iceland, Greenland and Canada in 2023
We have special pricing on the August 18, 2023 departure of the Celebrity Summit on its 2023 12 night voyage from Iceland to Boston with two stops in Iceland plus Canada and Greenland.
In February 2019, Celebrity Summit took part in Celebrity’s fleet-wide Revolution. Restaurants and lounges became more than just dining rooms and pass time areas. Staterooms became home away from home and guests’ personal sanctuaries. Celebrity Summit stopped being just a ship and became a better way to experience the world.
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Your 12 Night Adventure includes:
Accommodations on Board the Celebrity Summit
FREE Beverage Package
FREE WIFI Search and Email Package
Optional Pre-and Post-Cruise Packages to extend your vacation.
Discounted Group Insurance Available
DATE PORT OF CALL ARRIVAL DEPARTURE
Friday, 18 August 2023. Reykjavik, Iceland. Depart 4pm Iceland’s capital and largest city is located on the country’s southwest coast at the head of Faxafloi Bay. Settled in 877 A.D., Reykjavik has grown into an important seaport and center of government and education with theatres, museums and observatories. Interestingly, this modern city still chooses to use water from nearby hot springs to heat all of its buildings. And you’ll find on your cruise to Reykjavik that the culinary scene is eclectic and awesome. The seafood is amazing just about anywhere throughout the city and traditional Nordic salt cod or fish stews are readily available. But there is no shortage of international culinary favorites like French and all sorts of new Nordic fusion-style options as well. Explore the city’s artistic boutiques for authentic Icelandic souvenirs and trinkets, like music boxes, unique clothing, driftwood furniture and fish-skin handbags.
Saturday, 19 August. Isafjordur, Iceland 8am - 5pm. Isafjordur, the largest town in the Westfjords peninsula, is known for its breathtaking landscapes. Here guests can enjoy and wide variety of outdoor activities from biking, hiking, kayaking and horseback riding to whale watching. They can explore the history of the town that started as a trading post in the 16th century with growth triggered in the 19th century by salt fish production which is still the most important industry for the town.
Sunday, 20 August. Akuregri, Iceland 7am - 4pm. Akureyri, Iceland is the country’s second-largest city and one of the country’s most important ports and fishing centers. Affectionately known as the Capital of North Iceland, it has a cool café scene, a growing gourmet movement, and a bustling nightlife that proves this city is more than meets the eye. From fabulous summer festivals fueled by the Midnight Sun, like the Akureyri Summer Arts festival (late June-late August), to some of the best skiing this side of the arctic circle, Akureyri, Iceland is a laid-back Nordic city and a study in contrasts. Soar into the blue sky to discover Grimsey Island, home to only 92 residents and thousands of sea birds. The city’s Botanical Gardens is famed for its collection of high-latitude plants and well worth a visit. Explore the ancient lava formations of Dimmuborgir and the geothermal landscape of bubbling mud and hissing fumaroles at Namafjall Mountain. The Great Fish Day of Dalvik, on the second Saturday in August, where revelers feast for free on the North Atlantic’s bounty is a paradise for seafood lovers. The city is best known as the gateway to Iceland’s natural wonders – thundering waterfalls, gurgling lava fields, snow-capped mountains, sweeping fjords, and robust folk culture. Whatever you choose, it’s sure to be the adventure of a lifetime.
Monday, 21 August. At Sea
Tuesday, 22 August. Cruise Prins Christian Sund, Greenland. Named for King Christian VIII of Denmark, this dramatic fjord separates the southernmost islands from the rest of South Greenland, a land of jagged mountains and green pastures where sheep farms border icy fjords and Norse history intersects with modern communities. Prince Christian Sound presents beautiful scenery for cruising, with mountains reaching 4,000 feet, glaciers inching toward the sea, and tidal currents that limit the formation of ice.
Wednesday, 23 August. Qaqortoq, Greenland. 7am - 5 pm. The largest town in South Greenland, which can still be covered on foot, offers visitors art, culture, Norse history, boat tours, hot springs, kayaking, and hiking. It’s like an arctic riviera, but with floating icebergs and frolicking whales instead of sandy beaches and palm trees. Next to the central square, with historic buildings and pleasant cafés, Qaqortoq Museum displays a mix of modern art and classic culture. Trek up the hills for a stunning panorama of the area, complete with migrating sea ice. Take an excursion out to the local hot springs. Ahhh, this is the life.
Thursday, 24 August. At Sea
Friday, 25 August. At Sea
Saturday. 26 August. St John’s Newfoundland, Canada. 7am - 6pm. St. John’s, the capital of Newfoundland, is the province’s largest city. Settled by the British in the 1600s , Saint Joh’s is one of the oldest cities in the “New World.” Known for its colorful row houses, it has the perfect balance of luxurious city and old town charm. Guests can wander the streets learning the history of this fishing town or, for the more adventurous, hike up to Signal Hill and enjoy the views.
Sunday, 27 August. At Sea
Monday, 28 August. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 7am - 6pm. Located on the shores of the world’s second-largest natural harbor, the “City of Trees” adds to the pastoral beauty of Canada’s maritime region. An extensive network of walking trails extends from the waterfront out to a series of beautiful parks and vibrant gardens, inviting exploration.