The cruise was informal; great food; friendly, attentive & knowledgeable staff; variety of ports & excursions
With less passengers than the larger ships, people could get to know each other and the staff which led to a friendly atmosphere
The food was good quality, with something for everyone (although it did include a lot of fish - but I expect there were vegetarian / meat options if required)
The excursions ranged from hikes with experienced guides, some of which would need a good level of fitness to bus tours, kayaking, horse riding, dog sledding and quad bikes
Being smaller, the ship could go into smaller fjord, so scenery was lovely.
The expedition team organised a variety of activities on board which were interesting and gave good local flavour. Nothing was compulsory but I'm sure most people found something they enjoyed
The staff were lovely and happy to help in any way they could.
Although small, the cabin had everything needed. Large, comfy sleeping platform with sufficient storage space
Air conditioning made sure it was warm but not hot.
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