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Cruises visiting Murmansk & all Murmansk cruises for  2019-2020

View Murmansk 2019-2020 cruises for 2 ships listing 10 cruises from Murmansk with today's best deals!

Murmansk is a port that remains ice-free year round, located in the extreme NW of Russia, not far from its borders with Norway and Finland. It is the largest city north of the Arctic Circle. You won’t miss the massive 35.5 m statue Alyosha, depicting a Russian WWII soldier, on a 7 m foundation overlooking the city harbour. You must also visit the snow-white church of the Saviour-on-the-Waters, built to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the city's founding, as well as the world’s northernmost Jewish synagogue. Murmansk has two museums, the Oblast Museum and the Oblast Art Museum.

By the water you’ll see the ‘waiting sailor woman’, a very moving piece of sculpture that is symbolic in Murmansk. When you see the list of accidents at sea you’ll realise how many women and children there are waiting for their beloved ones. The area is a popular place for newly married couples to have their photos taken, in fact many leave an engraved padlock secured to the railings. The city was founded in 1916 as Romanov-na-Murmanye, and developed almost overnight during WWI. It was occupied until 1920 by pro-White allies fighting the Bolsheviks. Renamed Murmansk, the ‘hero city’ was bombed to bits in WWII.

Travellers’ first glimpse of stolid Soviet-era architecture and the gritty port may not be the stuff of dreams, but beyond that, impressions get better and better. This lively city is surrounded by incomparable Arctic scenery and is a playground for outdoor adventurers. Watch a sea animal show of seals, walruses, and sea-cats. It's close to the Alyosa War Memorial and absolutely worth a visit. The show consists of trained Greenland seals doing tricks in and out of the water. This is not a Sea World performance, but they do put on a very entertaining show.

Cruises visiting Murmansk in 2019

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

13

JUL

Nautica cruises

18

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$9,630

$535

13

JUL

Nautica cruises

26

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$13,820

$532

13

JUL

Nautica cruises

30

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$14,510

$484

2

AUG

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

20

NIGHTS

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

$23,830

$1,192

Cruises visiting Murmansk in 2020

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

5

AUG

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

20

NIGHTS

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

$16,760

$838

5

AUG

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

34

NIGHTS

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

$26,360

$775

5

AUG

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

91

NIGHTS

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

$61,360

$674

11

AUG

Nautica cruises

18

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$9,510

$528

11

AUG

Nautica cruises

32

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$15,680

$490

11

AUG

Nautica cruises

40

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$20,480

$512

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