Cruises to Skagen

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Top Skagen Cruises

The 2024 No-Fly Best of Scandinavia

Celebrity Apex 27 Aug 2024 11 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

Full-board Luxury Cruising*

Suite Guests sail All-Inclusive*

Sail aboard Celebrities Revolutionised Fleet*

Voted "The Greatest Entertainment At Sea"*

Itinerary: Southampton - Skagen - Stockholm - Visby - Copenhagen - Oslo - Southampton
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Inside from £1,386pp

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The 2025 No-Fly Treasures of Scandinavia

Sky Princess 31 May 2025 13 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

Drinks, Wi-Fi & Gratuities Included*

FREE Oceanview to Balcony Stateroom Upgrades*

Exclusive Savings - Only available when booking with ROL Cruise*

No-Fly All-Inclusive Premium Cruising from Southampton*

Itinerary: Southampton, England - Skagen - Copenhagen, Denmark - Berlin (Warnemunde) - Helsinki - Tallinn - Stockholm - Visby, Sweden - Kristiansand, Norway - Southampton, England
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(full fare £2,199) Inside from £2,049pp

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No-Fly 2026 Norway, Denmark & Sweden

Sky Princess 12 Sep 2026 14 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

All-Inclusive No-Fly cruising from Southampton*

Exclusive LOW Deposit from only £50pp when you book by 8pm 31st May 2024*

FREE Ocean View to Deluxe Balcony Upgrades^

Drinks Package, Gratuities & Unlimited Wi-Fi INCLUDED*

Itinerary: Southampton, England - Skagen - Copenhagen, Denmark - Berlin (Warnemunde) - Stockholm - Helsinki - Tallinn - Visby, Sweden - Brussels/Bruges (Zeebrugge) - Southampton, England
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(full fare £2,199) Inside from £2,129pp

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What to see in Skagen

Skagen, a spellbinding mesh of cultural richness and natural beauty, offers visitors a plethora of activities and sights, forming an unforgettable tapestry of experiences.

A cruise to Skagen would be incomplete without immersing yourself in the world that attracted artists from far and wide, leading to the establishment of the famous Skagen Painters. The Skagens Museum, a short journey from the port, is home to over 2,000 pieces of art, providing insight into the lives and works of these artists who were captivated by the region's unique light and landscapes. The museum itself is a piece of history, having been founded in the dining room of Brøndums Hotel by members of the Skagen Painters' Colony. It expanded significantly over the years, showcasing not only paintings but also sculptures, drawings and ceramics. Witness the masterpieces of P.S. Krøyer, Anna Ancher and Michael Ancher, among others and understand why this quaint town became a magnet for such immense artistic talent.

About a 20-minute drive from the port, you'll encounter one of Denmark's natural wonders, the Råbjerg Mile. This migrating coastal dune, with a total volume of around 4 million m3 of sand, moves northeasterly up to 18 meters a year. This stunning landscape, often compared to a desert scene, offers a hiking experience like no other, with panoramic views of both lush landscapes and seas on clear days. It's a reminder of nature's constant evolution and the shaping of landscapes over time. Close to Råbjerg Mile lies an eerie yet fascinating sight, the 'sand-buried church' (Den Tilsandede Kirke). Once a grand church built in the 14th century, it fell victim to the encroaching dunes which engulfed everything but the tower. Now, the lone structure stands as a testament to the area's history and the relentless force of nature. It's a surreal experience to walk around the remaining tower, knowing an entire church lies beneath.

No visitor should leave Skagen without visiting Grenen, Denmark's northernmost point and one of its most popular attractions. A mere 10-minute drive from the port, this geographical marvel is where the Skagerrak and the Kattegat seas come together. The collision of waves from two different directions is a phenomenal sight and it's one of the few places in the world where you can try to stand with each foot in a different sea. The beach itself is stunning, with clear waters, smooth sand and seals basking in the sunlight. The Grenen Art Museum, located nearby, offers exhibitions of Danish and international contemporary art, perfect for a quick visit before or after the beach. Additionally, the Sandormen, a tractor-pulled bus, offers trips out to the spit, providing a fun and restful way to travel, especially after a long day of exploring.

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