Secret Norway brochure



Secret Norway brochure
in association with
Floibanen train in Bergen
Special Offer:
Secret Norway
Departing: September 1, 2016
n 7 nights sailing from Dover
Aboard Saga Sapphire
SAVE £100
per person^
7 nights from £1,168
including optional travel insurance or
a discount of £40 if not required§
Including… Travel to and from
Dover n Optional travel insurance and
additional cancellation rights, or a
discount if not required§ n All gratuities
on board n All meals and entertainment
on board n A choice of table wines at
lunch and dinner, and more
– please call for details.
Seek out the sublime beauty and fascinating heritage of Norway’s coastal towns and
cities, visit Lerwick, the most northerly towns in the British Isles, and look forward to
a choice of optional excursions that will reveal the relics of the Second World War.
PLUS, included nationwide
chauffeur service
when you book by June 30, 2015†
SAVE up to 35% off the full fares*
Includes… a guest appearance from
Dame Stella Rimington, talks from military experts
and music from the Second World War.
Learn about the ‘Shetland Bus’ which assisted
the Norwegian Resistance and also the
Telemark raids during the Second World War,
and enjoy live music recalling the tunes of that
era. You’ll also gain an insight into modern-day
operations during a fascinating talk from the
former head of MI5, Dame Stella Rimington.
Sep 1. Dover, England. Depart 1600.
Sep 3. Lerwick h, Shetland Islands. Arrive 0900.
Depart 1800. Visit the remote town of Lerwick, which
has a vibrant fishing community and lanes lined with
Victorian buildings. Optional excursions will reveal the
role of these islands in the Second World War, such as
the Shetland Bus, which ferried commandos to assist
the Norwegian resistance. You’ll follow in the wake of the
Shetland Bus as Saga Sapphire continues to Norway.
Sep 4. Bergen, Norway. Arrive 0900. Depart 1800.
Bergen is famed for its pretty waterfront of
pastel-coloured buildings and its mountainous backdrop.
Perhaps seek out the UNESCO-protected wharf or
head to the hills on the Mount Fløyen Funicular on an
optional excursion.
Sep 5. Stavanger, Norway. Arrive 0800.
Depart 1800. Explore Stavanger’s quaint old quarter of
cobbled streets and discover Norway’s oldest cathedral,
nautical miles
an Anglo-Saxon edifice that was built in the 12th century,
probably by British craftsmen! In contrast, the
cosmopolitan centre is packed with world-class
restaurants, stylish shops and museums. Alternatively,
learn about the occupation of Stavanger on an optional
excursion that takes you back to the early days of the
Second World War.
Sep 6. Kristiansand, Norway. Arrive 0900.
Depart 1800. A prosperous city in southern Norway,
Kristiansand was founded in 1641 by King Christian IV.
Perhaps join a guided walking tour of its grid-like centre
– the Quadrature – where you’ll find the old town of
pretty terraced wooden houses and an imposing
fortress. Maybe tour the cells of a former Gestapo
regional headquarters which have been preserved by
the Arkivet Foundation, or see one of the world’s largest
land-based cannons, which weighs 337 tonnes!
Sep 8. Dover, England. Arrive 0800.
New for 2016 Included table wine
with lunch and dinner
SECRET NORWAY aboard Saga Sapphire. Departing:
September 1, 2016. Duration: 7 nights. Cruise code: SA303.
DOUBLE/TWIN CABINS Full fare Current fare Offer fare
Outsidesfrom £2,076
Superiorsfrom £2,614
Current fare Offer fare
Full fare
Insides SOLD OUT
Outsidesfrom £2,999 £2,099
Superiorfrom£3,921 £3,136
§There is a discount of £40 available if you do not need
Saga’s optional insurance and additional cancellation rights –
call for details. Fares are per person for the lowest grade available in
the category shown and include any relevant booking discount and the
applicable RT saving. All fares were correct at time of going to print and
are subject to availability and change. *On all our cruises we set aside
a number of cabins within each grade at a discounted fare, with the
highest discount of 35% available on selected grades. These cabins
are sold on a first come, first served basis and, as they are sold, the
discount reduces. This means that the earlier you book, the higher the
chance of securing a greater discount. ^Remembrance Travel offer:
Save £100 per person on all available cabins. Savings are off the
current fares at time of booking and applicable to new bookings only
(for any existing booking disadvantaged, our Price Promise applies).
Cabins at the offer fares are limited and Saga reserves the right to
extend, reduce or withdraw the offer at any time without notice. Offer
only available with Remembrance Travel and to one travelling companion.
†Nationwide Chauffeur Service: Book on or before June 30, 2015 and
the shared chauffeur service is available to all passengers who live on the
UK mainland, regardless of distance from the port, terms and conditions
apply. Please call for further details of how our discounts work, all
offer information and for details of the cabin guide and deck plans.
Please note: h Land by launch or tender. All excursions mentioned are
optional, at an additional cost, and are subject to availability and change.
Some of the highlights detailed may only be seen on optional excursions
or by exploring independently. Days not detailed are at sea.
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Saga holidays and cruises are for those aged 50+. A travel companion maybe 40+. Charges may apply to calls from mobile phones. This is not a brochure.
Terms and conditions apply. Saga Holidays is a trading name of Acromas Holidays Ltd (registration no. 2174052) and Saga Shipping is a trading name of Acromas
Shipping Ltd (registration no. 3267858). Both companies are subsidiaries of Acromas Travel Ltd (registration no. 00720588). All three companies are registered in
England and Wales. Registered Office: Enbrook Park, Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent CT20 3SE. With respect to general insurance products sold in the UK, Acromas
Holidays Ltd is an appointed representative of Saga Services Limited, registered in England and Wales (company no. 732602), which is authorised and regulated by
the Financial Conduct Authority. NHL-CC1609. Published April 2015.

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