ROL Cruise customer experience rating 4.7/5 


Based on 2699 reviews

Thanks to a very helpful employee of ROL

20 Oct 2018

I was called initially to cancel a holiday booked for Nov. 2019 which was to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary. We were going to Myanmar which had long been a dream for us. On hearing our disappointment, Shannon Crick, who called us pulled out all the stops to find an alternative which she did. We were unable to have the same dates, but are very pleased to be going. Not so happy about additional costs, but we have accepted this. Well done to Shannon

Professional and friendly the perfect mix

19 Oct 2018

Very helpful very professional.

Excellent service.

19 Oct 2018

Very efficient and professional gave us all the information that we needed to book our cruise. Explained everything in detail all in all a very pleasant experience.

They take time to ensure you are completely happy with your choices 🤩😍😎

19 Oct 2018

The customer service team were caring making sure that they understood what my request was and processing that request in a very effecient way. All though you cannot see them you get the feeling that it is service with a smile and no request is too much trouble. I woukd definatley and infact do recommend ROL

ROL CRUISE`S SERVICE IS FIRST CLASS

19 Oct 2018

They explained ,the booking procedure clearly and I was able to pay the £600 deposit in two half's .

Great service

19 Oct 2018

Friendly,efficient and informative.

😃😃😃

19 Oct 2018

Excellent service from Jo and very helpful. I came away fully satisfied that I achieved a great holiday deal.

Prompt, polite and helpful.

19 Oct 2018

Prompt, polite and helpful.

Brilliant communication skill

19 Oct 2018

So far so good . . . COMMUNICATION WISE . ALL INFOS SUPPLIED . I am just looking for the actual services in the cruise .

I gave you 5 stars !!!

19 Oct 2018

Very helpful, informative and someone who cared.

Excellent service

18 Oct 2018

Yes I would recommend ROL cruise for their excellent service not only on our original booking but with our transfer of 2020 cruise to 2019.

Well worth the telephone call.

18 Oct 2018

The cruise we inquired about was booked with no problems, all our queries were solved. Having dealt with Readers Offers in the past I knew I would get satisfaction.

Great service

18 Oct 2018

Phoned to book and the staff were very helpful. I opted to receive all the holiday information by post and it arrived within a couple of days. Would definitely book with them again.

Best service ever

18 Oct 2018

It was exceptional service as we changed a few things and it was no trouble. Gerald was the representative.

Iceland Circumnavigation & Northern Isles

Cruise Code: 1301884 / Voyage Code: P910

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Your ROL Cruise package


What's included

  • Comfortable cabin accommodation
  • Full board cruising plus afternoon teas and late night snacks
  • Welcome and farewell Captain’s cocktail
  • Stylish entertainment, cabarets and popular classical interludes
  • Daytime activity programme
  • Guest speakers and daytime activities
  • Wide range of leisure facilities to enrich your time on board
  • Sterling on board

Experience the Difference

  • Cruise Miles; over 350,000 U.K Members

  • Award Winning; more than 50 Cruise Awards over the last 10 years

  • The UK's No.1 Independent Cruise Specialist; delivering impartial advice

  • Staff with over 1,000 years combined travel industry expertise, offering 5* service

  • 24 years as a cruise only specialist

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Your Itinerary


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  • MS Marco Polo

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    MS Marco Polo

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  • Cardiff

    Day 1

    Cardiff

    03 May 2019

  • Day 2


    At Sea

    04 May 2019

  • Belfast, Northern Ireland

    Day 3

    Belfast, Northern Ireland

    05 May 2019

    The famous Irish hospitality and, indeed, the ‘craic’ can be well and truly found in Belfast, the riverside capital of Northern Ireland.

    Destination guide
  • Tobermory, Isle of Mull

    Day 4

    Tobermory, Isle of Mull

    06 May 2019

    Genteel describes the lovely Georgian harbourfront architecture of the little town of Tobermory, whilst rugged is a more apt description for the wild moorland and mountainous interior of the Isle of Mull. Take a trip on the Mull Railway or visit tiny traffic-free Iona, where St Columba first brought Christianity in 563 AD.

  • Day 5


    Torshavn, Faroe Islands

    07 May 2019

    Capital city of the Faroe Islands, “The harbour of the god Thor”, is a modern town that retains a unique character; although the islands - a green home to birds, sheep and about 46,000 people - would still be recognisable to the early Viking settlers who arrived on their transatlantic trail from Scandinavia to North America.

  • Day 6


    Seydisfjordur, Iceland

    08 May 2019

    This period piece, late 19th century town on Iceland’s East Coast nestles in a bowl of mountains in the Seydisfjörd and is one of the country’s finest natural harbours. Nearby attractions are the ‘reindeer territory’ of the eastern interior, the Vatnajökull glacier and the Lagarfljot lake, said to be home to a mythical monster that guards treasure thrown into the water in Viking times.

  • Akureyri, Iceland

    Day 7

    Akureyri, Iceland

    09 May 2019

    The second largest town in Iceland, at the head of the country’s longest fjord, the thriving Botanical Gardens and the fascinating museum are well worth seeing, but the real attraction is the awesome landscape of volcanoes, waterfalls, canyons and geysers. Take a polar flight across to Grimsey, watch for whales or visit Godafoss - the ‘Waterfall of the Gods'.

  • IsafJordur, Iceland

    Day 8

    IsafJordur, Iceland

    10 May 2019

    The main city on Iceland’s north west coast, known as the Westfjords region, provides the starting point for a number of fascinating excursions into this sparsely populated area, which, geologically, is the oldest part of Iceland. Here, land meets the sea in the most dramatic way imaginable. The sheer basalt cliff of Latrabjarg is home to one of the largest seabird colonies in the world and a wonderful place to go puffin spotting. Elsewhere, the rugged beauty of Hornstrandir Nature Reserve hides all manner of unusual vegetation, scenic walking trails and wildlife that includes seals and Arctic foxes.

  • Reykjavik, Iceland

    Day 9

    Reykjavik, Iceland

    11 May 2019

    Welcome to the world’s most northerly capital! A modern, smokeless city with an old town, lovingly preserved, Reykjavik lies close to an astonishing region of lava fields, spectacular geysers and steaming geothermal springs. Attractions abound, but the Blue Lagoon, with its warm mineral rich waters, and the magnificent Gulfoss Falls should not be missed.

    Destination guide
  • Day 10-12


    At Sea

    12 May 2019 to 14 May 2019

  • Cardiff

    Day 13

    Cardiff

    15 May 2019

The Ship


The 22,080grt Bahamian flagged Marco Polo with her handsome traditional profile, beautiful teak decks and distinctive dark blue hull is a classic ocean liner. She can accommodate up to 800 guests within a warm and friendly atmosphere that reflects a truly intimate cruise experience. Marco Polo is fully stabilised and air conditioned and has eight passenger decks serviced by three main lobbies and four lifts. The Marco Polo cruise ship offers a wide range of public facilities including the impressive Waldorf Restaurant offering a traditional two sitting fixed time dining option and, as an alternative more informal experience, the stylish Marco’s Bistro. There are five main lounge areas. Other amenities on board the ms Marco Polo include the well stocked Livingston Library, the Nansen Card Room, an Internet Café a shopping arcade and photo gallery, the beautifully appointed Jade Wellness Centre, which offers hairdressing & beauty treatments, fitness and exercise equipment, and sauna and massage facilities. There is an outdoor swimming pool, three whirlpools and a medical centre.

MS Marco Polo


Launched: January 1965 | Occupancy: 800 passengers

Tonnage: 22,080 tons | Length: 578 ft (176.18 m)

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