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Cruises visiting Grimsey Island & all Grimsey Island cruises for  2019-2020

View Grimsey Island 2019-2020 cruises for 3 ships listing 10 cruises from Grimsey Island with today's best deals!

Grimsey Island, a part of Iceland, is home to one hundred humans and one million seabirds. It stands alone, seen far out on the horizon, just a blue cliff surrounded by the wide Arctic Ocean, about 40 km off the north coast of Iceland. Only five square kilometers in area, it is home to courageous fishermen and their families. The fishermen often venture in their small motorboats much further north on the Arctic Ocean, which often turns wild, with storms, frost, and waves that are up to 15 m in height. Perhaps due to its isolation the island has acquired a long-standing reputation for being a bastion of chess-playing.

Although a church has been here for eight hundred years, the islanders live a modern life in their small village, with two guesthouses, by the harbour. They are well off and have a good school for their children. Additionally, a ferry serves the island three times a week, and an airport has been built for regular flights. The chorus of seabirds never stops during the 24 hour-long summer days, as they nest in the high cliffs that surround the whole island, except by the harbour. In winter the daylight is very short so most of the sea birds stay far out on the open sea.

Bright yellow and close to the cliff’s edge, Grímsey’s lighthouse is one of the most significant buildings on the island. It was built in 1937 and is situated on the southern tip of the island. Although the lighthouse is closed to the public, it’s a popular destination to take photos. Very important to many visitors is to experience 24 hours of daylight in the height of the summer. Night does not reach Grímsey until late July, when the sun sets around midnight, only to rise a short time later. The island can be explored in one day.

Cruises visiting Grimsey Island in 2019

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

1

JUN

Le Champlain cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Champlain cruises

$7,600

$1,086

31

JUL

Le Boréal cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Boréal cruises

$7,030

$1,004

9

AUG

Scenic Eclipse cruises

9

NIGHTS

Scenic Eclipse cruises

Sold out

N/A

9

AUG

Scenic Eclipse cruises

18

NIGHTS

Scenic Eclipse cruises

Sold out

N/A

9

AUG

Scenic Eclipse cruises

21

NIGHTS

Scenic Eclipse cruises

Sold out

N/A

10

AUG

Le Champlain cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Champlain cruises

$7,240

$1,034

17

AUG

Le Champlain cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Champlain cruises

$6,890

$984

24

AUG

Le Champlain cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Champlain cruises

$7,240

$1,034

Cruises visiting Grimsey Island in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

7

AUG

Le Champlain cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Champlain cruises

$6,190

$884

14

AUG

Le Champlain cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Champlain cruises

$6,190

$884

Grimsey Island cruises

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Icelandic Loop Cruise
Grimsey Island cruises from Grimsey Island 2019-2020-2021
7 nights from
$7,240
Icelandic Mosaic Cruise
Grimsey Island cruises from Grimsey Island 2019-2020-2021
7 nights from
$6,190
Icelandic Loop Cruise
Grimsey Island cruises from Grimsey Island 2019-2020-2021
7 nights from
$7,240