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  • Stay at the d’Angleterre Hotel - an iconic and historic landmark in Copenhagen, celebrated for its elegance, luxury and style
  • Board the Flamsbana and explore Norway’s fjords along one of the steepest train lines in the world
  • Experience a traditional welcome to the Lofoten Islands with lunch in a Viking longhouse
  • In Tromso, we discover what life is like high above the Arctic Circle
  • Celebrate the thrill of standing at Europe’s northernmost point with caviar and Champagne
  • Marvel at the otherworldly beauty of Hardangerfjord from above on a private helicopter flight
  • Enjoy a moving ballet performance in the heart of St Petersburg
  • One last hurrah is had with a spectacular private dinner at Stockholm’s City Hall, home of the esteemed Nobel Prize awards and banquet
Viking Wood Carving

This was the best holiday we have ever had and we hope to do it again in a couple of years time.

R & J Whittle, Gourmet Italy

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Depart Australia

Day 1: Tuesday 12 June

Where toy houses balance on sun-filled fjords and the sky melts into the sea. We fly this evening with Emirates seeking purity and peace in Europe’s north. 

Arrive Copenhagen (Denmark)

Day 2: Wednesday 13 June

We arrive into Copenhagen on a summer’s afternoon and check in to Hotel d’Angleterre. An alabaster neoclassical palace on the famous Stroeget shopping street, there are no finer establishments in this fastidiously well-ordered capital. We cherish two nights here.

Danish chef Andreas Bagh’s Michelin-starred gastronomy delights our palates this evening on a memorable Welcome Dinner. Modern Nordic cuisine dazzles brighter than the enduring evening light.


Day 3: Thursday 14 June

Legacies of the world’s oldest monarchy punctuate Copenhagen’s graceful streets. We discover numerous castles, palaces and royal monuments on a tour this morning. Visit Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid statue and stroll around Tivoli Gardens. Copenhagen’s oldest theme park, opened in 1843, is as charming as ever.

After lunch, we call on Kronborg Castle. Take the scenic route through Helsingor and the Danish Riviera, and pause to admire the Queen’s Summer Residence at Fredensborg.

The Grand Hotel D'Angelterra, Copenhagen - Captain's Choice Luxury Norway, Sweden, Copenhagen and Finland tour


Day 4: Friday 15 June

Embark Ship

The briny history of the Vikings comes to life at Roskilde. We explore the ancient Viking capital and its ruins. Discover what drove the Danes and their Scandinavian brethren over the seas to pillage and plunder.

We board Silver Spirit later in the day. Watch Copenhagen dissolve into the distance, Champagne in hand.

At Sea

Day 5: Saturday 16 June

The day is yours to relax on board. In summer, these waters are rich in plankton. Look for minke, humpback and sperm whales in deep sea feeding grounds. Fulmars, gannets and cormorants drift on the breeze above our ship.

Flam, Gudvangen (Norway)

Day 6: Sunday 17 June

On Norwegian soil, fjord country awaits. 

A slow rail journey into the clouds unfolds aboard the Flamsbana. One of the world’s steepest train lines takes us through wonderfully beautiful scenery. From impressive peaks at ocean level near the Sognefjord in Flam, we lurch to the summit at Myrdal mountain station on Hardangervidda plateau. Dare to look down at the ocean 863 metres below. 

We meet our ship in Gudvangen in time for afternoon tea. 


Day 7: Monday 18 June

Pastel-hued buildings wedged between mountains and fjords. We arrive at the art nouveau city of Alesund. Examine the Art Nouveau Centre and the Art Museum KUBE with a
glass of Champagne in hand. After, a Your World experience in on offer.

Discover islands once the centre of power during the Viking Age. On Giske, Godoy and Vigra islands we follow the footsteps of earls, kings and Viking chiefs.


Day 8: Monday 1 January

Norway’s former capital, Trondheim, sits pretty on the brink of a fjord. Our ship stays here in port until late evening. Design your day with two Your World experiences available to you.

  • Spend the day amongst the locals on a city tour.
  • Explore the eerie island of Munkholmen. Take a boat to this former place of worship, incarceration and execution.

At Sea

Day 9: Wednesday 20 June

A gentle day at sea as we edge north. Relax and admire your reflection in the fjords with a flute of bubbles. Take advantage of the impeccable amenities aboard Silver Spirit.

Lofoten Islands

Day 10: Thursday 21 June

Mossy hills merge to mountains dusted in snow further along Norway’s coast. Far above the Arctic Circle, today we reach the constellation of islands in the Norwegian Sea known
as the Lofoten Islands. An outpost of untamed wilderness, the beauty is astounding. 

The air is brisk in Svolvaer, but the chill invigorates your soul afresh. Old fishermen’s cabins in red and white adorn the peaceful harbour. We experience a warm Lofoten Island welcome with lunch in a reconstructed longhouse. Our hearty meal is accompanied by singing Vikings. 

This afternoon we meet the mountain goats at Aalan Gard Farm. With our heads in the clouds, we learn how goat cheese is produced using traditional methods.


Day 11: Friday 22 June

As Tromso slides into view we have officially entered the Arctic Circle. We admire the Arctic Cathedral and visit the Polaria. The world’s most northerly aquarium houses a
Noah’s Arc of Arctic marine species. 

After lunch we experience a bird’s-eye view of Tromso. Aboard a cable car, we glide to the summit of a nearby mountain for impressive views.


Day 12: Saturday 23 June

The edge of mainland Europe is in sight. Yet the Gulf Stream brings winters milder than those towards the southern end of the country. Through rugged landscapes we travel to the North Cape. It’s a thrill to stand upon Europe’s northernmost point. Caviar and Champagne complete the experience. 

At this time of year, it never quite grows dark. Our days feel languid and endless. We stay in port until late evening and enjoy exploring Honningsvag at leisure.


Day 13: Sunday 24 June

Our ship nudges into port today in Hammerfest. A clutch of handsome wooden houses greet us at the harbour. The northernmost town in Norway, and perhaps even the world, is at our doorstep until after lunch. 

Roam the town on your own schedule, watching for reindeer who have right of way here. Or choose from two Your World experiences. Each reveals intricacies of this secluded region.

  • The native Sami people of the Arctic welcome us to Mikkelgammen. Stories of life raising reindeer unfold over a meal of traditional cuisine. 
  • Stroll through the compact centre of Hammerfest with a local guide. Charming squares and streets are abuzz during the summer. 


Day 14: Monday 25 June

To Norway’s fourth-largest island today. Hinnoya is defined by lush forests and snow-capped peaks. Glassy fjord waters ripple like silk. Wild strawberry fields add a sweetness to the air.

We land at the town of Harstad during the annual Arts Festival of Northern Norway. Enjoy the musical and cultural festivities at your own pace. Or, take part in a Your World experience. The choice is yours.

  • Get your bearings on a guided walking tour. See the world’s northernmost medieval church and the Adolf Cannon.
  • These waters are abundant with cod, haddock and halibut. Join a local charter for a day of fjord fishing.

At Sea

Day 15: Tuesday 26 June

Norway’s true beauty reveals even more of itself on our return journey south along the coast. Relax on board during a leisurely day at sea.

Hellesylt, Geirangerfjord

Day 16: Wednesday 27 June

The Viking port of Hellesylt leads us to the nation’s most famous fjords. At Geirangerfjord, sheer granite cliffs shimmer with seven plunging waterfalls, known as the ‘Seven Sisters’. A full-day tour by road immerses us in breathtaking scenery. Farms rest on steep cliff sides along the twisting mountain road to the village of Geiranger.

Geirangerfjord, Norway


Day 17: Thursday 28 June

Take a deep breath, the air in Bergen is as pure as it comes. Hedged in by hills and fjords, we immediately fall for this pretty waterside town. Admire charming timber houses
and peruse curious museums. Later, take a ride on the Bergen Express over mountains and beside mirror-like waters. Afterwards, relax and enjoy the scenery on your own terms. Our Your World experience, however, is not to be missed.

Enjoy the view from above on a helicopter ride. Witness Norwegian nature at its most scenic as we soar over Hardangerfjord. Velvety green verges spill into crystal waters.

Bergen, Norway

At Sea

Day 18: Friday 29 June

We bid farewell to Norway and sail off toward Danish waters. A day at sea gives us a chance to enjoy the onboard facilities. You may attend a lecture or take some time out at the spa.

Copenhagen (Denmark)

Day 19: Saturday 30 June

Back to where it all began. A second inspection of Copenhagen takes us to Hillerod. Here, we seek out the Renaissance castle and Baroque gardens of Frederiksborg Castle on a private visit. An afternoon is well spent at the castle’s Museum of Natural History. We leave as learned experts in Danish history.

Hillerod, Denmark

At Sea

Day 20: Sunday 1 July

A relaxing day at sea merges into a pleasant evening, wining and dining under the glow of the midnight sun.

Helsinki (Finland)

Day 21: Monday 2 July

The green domes of Helsinki Cathedral flicker into view as breakfast is served. We step out to enjoy the harbourside city on our own. Or spend the day on a Your World experience.

  • The medieval city of Porvoo awaits on the south coast. With township status since 1380, the historic streets pull us back through time.
  • See the city from a local’s perspective. Tram Route 6 leads us on a design and culinary tour through markets and galleries.

St Petersburg (Russia)

Day 22: Tuesday 3 July

From the Peter and Paul Fortress to St Isaac’s Cathedral, today’s city tour introduces us to St Petersburg’s magical sights. 

This evening we are treated to a private ballet performance. Dress for the occasion, we are headed for one of the city’s most famous buildings.

St Petersburg

Day 23: Wednesday 4 July

Our second day in St Petersburg unfolds as we please. Explore on your own or choose a Your World experience.

  • Founded by Catherine the Great in 1764, the Hermitage Museum is a work of art in itself. With over 650,000 pieces, we spend as little or as much time here as we wish.
  • Take an afternoon excursion on the hydrofoil to explore Peterhof Palace. Admire gilded fountains and stroll the stately gardens.

St Petersburg

Day 24: Thursday 5 July

Pavlovsk Palace was constructed in 1781 in honour of Catherine the Great’s son. We explore the palace and park. Catherine Palace is our next stop. A stroll around the manicured gardens precedes lunch and a Russian folklore performance. 

The bright lights of St Petersburg twinkle out of sight as we set sail this evening.

St. Petersburg, Russia

Tallinn (Estonia)

Day 25: Friday 6 July

Castle turrets and regal domes adorn the skyline. Tallinn appears straight out of a fairytale. We discover the pretty Estonian capital on our own terms. Or, today’s Your World experiences shed light on a city that retains an air of secrecy.

  • Browse Tallinn’s main sights. See Kadriorg Palace, Alexandre Nevski Cathedral and the Estonian Parliament.
  • Embark on a gourmet tour for a taste of Estonian cuisine. Lunch and local wine is served at one of the city’s finest a la carte restaurants.

Stockholm (Sweden)

Day 26: Saturday 7 July

Disembark Ship

Disembark Silver Spirit in Stockholm. Our home on land for the next two nights is the Radisson Blu Strand Hotel. Delving deeply, enjoy panoramas of the city on a river cruise to Fjallgatan, before exploring the Royal Palace and the Old City. 

Dinner takes place at the Operakallaren, home of the Royal Swedish Opera. Water views enhance our stunning meal.


Day 27: Sunday 8 July

On a long, light-filled day in Stockholm you’re free to wander and explore however you wish. The city’s effortless style is apparent at every turn. Or perhaps you’ll fancy our Your World activities?

  • After 333 years on the sea floor, the mighty Vasa warship was hauled from the depths. Today, this 17th-century ship is to be enjoyed by all at Scandinavia’s most visited museum, the Vasa Museum.
  • Visit the museum dedicated to the legend of ABBA. Memorabilia, glittering costumes and your favourite tunes will delights fans for hours on end.

Stockholm’s City Hall is arguably the city’s most famous building, home of the esteemed Nobel Prize awards. It also plays host to our Farewell Dinner this evening. Celebrate our journey over a Swedish banquet, paired with live music and performances. It’s a treat to imagine all those influential laureates who have also dined in this very room beneath the same 18-million gold leaf tiles.

Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm City Hall, Sweden

Depart Stockholm

Day 28: Monday 9 July

Awaking in the centre of Stockholm, it’s time for a tough decision – how to spend our free morning. To stay in and lap up a little more of that lavish Scandinavian-style living, or head out and about?

If you choose to wander amid its genetically blessed residents, you won’t have to venture far. We’re just minutes from numerous museums and the gorgeous yellow and amber buildings in the Old Town. Swedish coffee in one hand, a cinnamon bun in the other, the city is yours to enjoy.

We transfer to the airport to meet our Emirates flight home.

Arrive Australia

Day 29: Tuesday 10 July

We arrive home as worldly wanderers this evening. We hope to see you again on your next Captain’s Choice adventure.

Everything has been Considered & Included

Sometimes travelling can be a chore, distracting you from the fascinating places you are in. That’s why everything mundane has been moved behind the scenes. You will never have to carry a map, luggage, small change for tips or bargain for a taxi fare.

Travel without the hassles

Everything is included – international flights to and from Australia, your luxury cruise with Silversea, outstanding accommodation, all dining and drinks, and every sightseeing trip including Your World experiences. Yes, even the taxes,  transfers and travel insurance.

Our Luggage Valet service is also included. Simply pack your bags (or ask your butler to pack them for you) and leave them in your suite. We pick them up and make sure that they arrive safely at your next hotel. We also provide home-to-airport-to-home transfers. And just in case, a doctor travels with us too.

We go even further to include exclusive travel arrangements. Every sightseeing experience throughout your cruise is custom-designed by Captain’s Choice. You also have the option to join us for a night or more before stepping aboard your ship and often at the conclusion of your cruise too. You can even embark on a longer immersion into the region.

With Captain’s Choice, there are no hidden costs, or optional extras. Because that would be breaking our promise of travel without the hassles.

Silversea Dining

Your World Experiences

We have crafted an exclusive collection of included experiences that are unique to every Captain’s Choice journey. We like to call them Your World. From a helicopter flight over smouldering Mt Etna to an afternoon spent sailing around the Balearic Islands on a private yacht, it’s your invitation to take part in rare and amazing events of which other travellers could only ever dare dream.

It's not what you know

Your World Hosts are made up of a Tour Manager and a doctor, and often Tour Hosts as well, who will accompany you from the moment you leave Australia until your return home. Additionally, English-speaking local guides join you in many locations.

A place to call home

Away from your fine ship, Captain’s Choice has chosen only the very best purveyors of hospitality each destination has to offer. Residences are benchmarks of luxury, usually in a central location. More often than not, they have a history to tell. You might find yourself, on one night, in a magnificent castle turned luxury hotel, standing proudly on its own island. The next, tucked away in a private residence favoured by royals and dignitaries alike.

Culinary Excellence

With an Italian heritage, Silversea encourage you to enjoy la dolce vita – from the moment you step aboard to the time you wave arrivederci. So, as you’d expect, cuisine is a high priority, and you’ll always eat exceptionally well thanks to the culinary influence of the prestigious Grands Chefs Relais & Châteaux. Dine when you please in any one of the numerous gourmet venues. Or, choose to enjoy meals in the privacy of your suite. Beverages, in-suite and throughout the ship, flow freely at all times.

All Inclusive Luxury Cruising with Silversea and Captain's Choice aboard Silver Spirit

Silver Spirit

Silversea has always been committed to building ships that define ultra luxurious cruising, making spaciousness a priority. Silver Spirit is no exception. Public spaces are warm and expansive, outfitted with luxurious appointments. While an expanded list of amenities, including six unique dining venues, will please discerning guests. Suites are the largest in the Silversea fleet, each designed with every last detail considered – Italian inspired interiors, sea views and the softest

Silversea Service

The high life on the high seas

During your time aboard Silver Spirit, you’ll enjoy the best of everything, including a range of sublime restaurants, lounges and bars to complement an extraordinary array of facilities. The size means we can dock right in the heart of big city ports one day, and explore rarely seen harbours the next. When you are one of just a few worldly guests on board a small ship, your experience is highly personalised. And with almost one staff member to every guest, you will always be indulged with the kind of service that encourages you to completely relax – with a perpetually full flute of Champagne if you wish.

never a dull moment

There’s always something for you to do if your schedule includes sailing days. Wake early and join a yoga class, grab a coffee with a historian as you approach your next port, or while away an afternoon by the pool. After dinner, perhaps meet friends at the bar for a night of cocktails and dancing, try your luck at the casino or head to the Show Lounge, where performances range from opera to Broadway-style. Or, delight in the rare opportunity to do nothing at all.

Vista Suite

These spacious lead-in suites feature large picture windows; sitting area; walk-in wardrobe; and a marble bathroom with full-size bath and separate shower.

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Fares are based on a Vista Suite aboard Silver Spirit.

Fares include Emirates flights from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane. Prices from other cities available on request.

Cruise and Land Only guests join the tour in Copenhagen for dinner on Day 2 and depart Stockholm after breakfast on Day 28.

Suite Upgrades add per person, twin share
Veranda Suite 1 $2,000
Veranda Suite 2 $2,600

Solo Suite Supplements add per person to the single supplement price
Veranda Suite 1 $6,820
Veranda Suite 2 $7,900
Includes supplements for single hotel rooms. Solo suites at above prices are limited. Contact our Tour Sales Consultants for details on other suite upgrades.

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