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Cruises visiting Siglufjordur & all Siglufjordur cruises for  2019-2020

View Siglufjordur 2019-2020 cruises for 1 ships listing 6 cruises from Siglufjordur with today's best deals!

Siglufjordur (Siglufjörður) is a small fishing town situated on the shoreline of the 7 km long fjord of the same name. On both sides of the fjord snow topped mountains rise 600 – 800 m. The 2.3 km of colourful homes and buildings lie on the road that runs the periphery of the northern part of Iceland. The town grew from the herring industry in the 1940s and 1950s, and there are no herring today. To keep the town in the loop of ground transport, over 10 km of tunnels were constructed recently to reach the neighbouring town to the east – quite a feat for a town of 1000 people.

Siglufjordur lies 45 km south of the Arctic Circle, and the shortest daylight hours are 2 hours 39 minutes in mid December. Midnight sun is seen from 9 June to 1 July. Today fishing is the main industry. The region is popular for hiking, horse riding and pleasure driving. The roads have opened up access to mountain tracks and trout fishing. In town you’ll see the church belltower (built 1932), Icelandic houses covered with grass on the roofs, and a must-visit – the international award-winning Herring Era Museum (Iceland’s largest maritime museum). Following the ‘Herring Goldrush’ around 1903, fish stocks have varied, and collapsed since the 1960s.

A considerable amount of funds is being devoted to hotels, restaurants, ski lifts, golf courses, and museums. Old homes and the docks have been spruced up. The town is becoming a serious urban tourist attraction in Iceland. As you walk around, be sure to call in at The Folk Music Centre. Other activities include the opportunity to go kayaking on the peaceful waters, along with a guide. This activity receives the highest marks from visitors. If you’re a land lubber, then stop off at Seagull 67 brewery that’s in a fish warehouse.

Cruises visiting Siglufjordur in 2019

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JUL

Seabourn Quest cruises

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$11,999

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JUL

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Cruises visiting Siglufjordur in 2020

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26

JUN

Seabourn Quest cruises

15

NIGHTS

Seabourn Quest cruises

$14,998

$1,000

26

JUN

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30

NIGHTS

Seabourn Quest cruises

$27,498

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JUN

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30

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Seabourn Quest cruises

$26,998

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JUN

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45

NIGHTS

Seabourn Quest cruises

$40,999

$911

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