Cruise Dialysis

Norway onboard Astor sailing from Hamburg, 26 November 2020, 12 nights from £1467

Carrying only 600 passengers, the Astor provides guests with an intimate environment ideal for relaxation.

Carrying only 600 passengers, the Astor provides guests with an intimate environment ideal for relaxation. With fine cuisine, high class entertainment, comfortable lounges and accommodation, the philosophy of the crew onboard is simply to ensure your voyage is an outstanding and memorable experience.

Please note that the Astor is sold primarily to the German market and therefore the majority of passengers onboard will be German.  The crew onboard the Astor speak German and English and you will be provided with English menus and a printed daily programme in English informing you of the days events onboard the ship and port information.  The onboard evening entertainment usually consists of various singing and dancing shows suitable for all nationalities.

Itinerary

DATE PORT ARRIVALS DEPARTURE
26/11/20 Hamburg, Germany) 15:00
27/11/20 Rest at sea
28/11/20 Olden (Norway) 12:30 18:00
The southernmost of the three short arms of the inner Nordfjord ends in Olden. The charming village is located between smart farms on gently rising, fertile slopes, which become steeper and steeper up into dense, overgrown mountain peaks. The beautiful Oldendalen valley runs from the town between towering mountains to the edge of the mighty Jostedalsgletscher. The Briksdal Glacier is one of the most accessible glacier tongues of the Jostedalsbreen. The creeping moving, furrowed arm of ice is visited on the excursions offered from Olden, next to magnificent waterfalls, glacier-fed rivers and beautiful mountain lakes.
29/11/20 Kristiansund (Norway) 08:30 15:30
30/11/20 Rest at sea
12/1/20 Alta (Norway) 10:00
Alta, Finnmark’s largest city, stretches along the inner Altafjord and along the banks of one of Norway’s best salmon rivers of the same name. Alta now has 3 city centers: Bossekop with its long trading tradition and markets, Elvebakken in the east with city airport and seaport and the New Town with its offices and shops. Large forest areas and part of the Finnmarksvidda high plateau surround Alta, where in the summer the midnight sun never sets and on clear winter nights the polar lights often dance across the sky.
12/2/20 Alta (Norway) 01:00
Alta, Finnmark’s largest city, stretches along the inner Altafjord and along the banks of one of Norway’s best salmon rivers of the same name. Alta now has 3 city centers: Bossekop with its long trading tradition and markets, Elvebakken in the east with city airport and seaport and the New Town with its offices and shops. Large forest areas and part of the Finnmarksvidda high plateau surround Alta, where in the summer the midnight sun never sets and on clear winter nights the polar lights often dance across the sky.
12/3/20 Tromso (Norway) 08:00 17:00
Not surprisingly, most of the attractions of a city that is almost 350 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle carry the additional title of “the world’s northernmost”. That’s why Tromsø, the capital of the Arctic, not only owns the northernmost university, cathedral and brewery, but also owns the northernmost botanical garden in the world. A cable car leads to the top of Storsteinen and offers fantastic views of the beautiful and lively city. It extends to two islands and the mainland, which are connected by bridges and tunnels. The Polar Museum is only one of Tromsø’s outstanding museums, and the extraordinary Arctic Cathedral is undoubtedly a highlight.
12/4/20 Rest at sea
12/5/20 Andalsnes (Norway) 09:00 17:30
Åndalsnes is located at the end of the 88-kilometer Romsdalfjordes at the mouth of the Rauma River, which winds through the valley of the same name. It was one of the first rivers in Norway to attract British aristocrats and other fly fishermen from abroad at the end of the 19th century. The small town is today the administrative center of Rauma in the Norwegian district of Møre and Romsdal. The excursions offered will take you to the wonderful Romsdal Alps with the famous Trollwand and the spectacular Serpentine Trollstigen. Åndalsnes is also the starting point of the fascinating Raumabahnstrecke, on which the classic steam train travels through a thrilling mountain scenery.
12/6/20 Bergen (Norway) 10:00 17:00
Norway’s second largest city is also known as the gateway to the fjords. With a population of less than a quarter of a million people, but rather the pleasant feeling of being in a small town. Seven surrounding mountains form a beautiful backdrop and a cable car ride on the city mountain Fløien promises great panoramic views of Bergen and the Norwegian coastline with its many archipelago. The colorful quay promenade of Bryggen Old Town is the face of Bergen. The typical wooden gabled houses were once the home and workplace of the Hanseatic merchants. Today, shops are located here selling handicrafts and traditional souvenirs.
12/7/20 Rest at sea
12/8/20 Hamburg, Germany) 10:00

Note: In case of bad weather or sea conditions that prevent the ship from reaching a planned port, alternative arrangements will be made as far as possible.

Anchor iconShip is at anchor, ashore by tender boat
* Technical stop, guests can not go ashore

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Testimonials

  • Just a note to say how enjoyable the Rhine cruise was. The dialysis was both caring and sociable.

    Mr R Ward
  • Just wanted to say many thanks for the Cruise. We had a fantastic time.

    Mr P McGouran
  • “I do wish to thank you, the Charge Nurse and the rest of your dialysis team. You’re doing a great service to those in need of it and who are keen to travel at the same time.  Your variety of ocean and river cruises gives all those who may be interested a wide choice of styles and destinations, while at the same time being able to rely on professional care and service in dialysis needs. Keep up the good work. Thank you once again”

    Mr Dominic Yau
  • Cruise was wonderful. We loved the Europa2  and Dr. Westerman was a delight to have do our dialysis sessions.

    Mrs S Pearl
  • We had a lovely holiday and have lots of pictures to remind us of where we went – they are on my screensaver already and are a very enjoyable reminder.  As you know I love these holidays. I am really grateful that I could have a holiday while on dialysis – it is so lovely to get away from home for more than a night!

    Mrs L Osborn