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With featured guest Nick Rains, Australian photo ambassador.
The backwash has left its mark on these landscapes shaped over time and hemmed the coastline into lacework. During a brand-new PONANT journey, discover the fragile edges of the shores of Norway and marvel at its inestimable treasures. On contact with these sublime panoramas, you will savour friluftsliv, which refers to the concept of reconnecting to nature without altering it. The Norwegians have elevated this philosophical concept into a way of living, closely connected to kos - meaning a pleasant moment. As winter approaches, the light becomes subdued and you will be able to admire the fascinating Lofoten archipelago, immerse yourself in nature amidst the most majestic fjords, and discover the beautifulilluminated coastal cities.
Aboard Le Commandant Charcot, you will have access to splendid viewpoints. From the warm and refined refuge of its spaces opening out onto the exterior, the Observatory Lounge or the uninterrupted outside promenade deck are ideal for enjoying moments in complete communion with the elements.
Discover the LofotenIslands, which are like a world apart, simultaneously theatrical and wild. They offer a varied palette of decors: alpine peaks, sandy shores, lush plains and majestic fjords. The traditional dark red fishing huts known as rorbuer punctuate the landscape with their ancestral presence.
As the Norwegian Sea bathes each meander and each sker - rocky islet - of its immense and rugged coastline, discover the history of these coastal cities and fishing villages built as close as possible to the shore. The sea will continue to accompany your discovery of the geological wonders and spectacular fjords surrounded by snow-covered peaks.
Throughout your journey, an exhilarating seasonal half-light will embellish these powerful panoramas, where land and sea come together, the quintessence of Norwegian identity.
The itinerary is subject to modifications. On board, the sailing programme, outings and activities cannot be guaranteed and are subject to weather conditions.