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An accessible cruise holiday is by far the best way to experience the majesty of the Norwegian Fjords.

Accessible Cruises of the Norwegian Fjords

Unleash the spirit of exploration as you journey through breathtaking landscapes, cascading waterfalls, and picturesque villages. Our accessible Norwegian Fjord cruise holidays offer a seamless blend of luxury and inclusivity, ensuring an unforgettable experience in the heart of Norway's stunning natural wonders.

5 Reasons To Cruise With Limitless

1. Professional carers and a tour manager on every cruise

2. Meet new friends cruising with a small group of like-minded people

3. Door-to-door pick up included free of charge for journey within 100 miles of the port

4. Accessible itineraries planned for a relaxing experience

5. Get booking support and expert advice from our friendly team

Wheelchair-friendly cabins can go quickly on our popular Fjord cruises, so we highly recommend booking well in advance to avoid disappointment. This will ensure that you’ll be able to have more choice over which cabin you want to stay in, and you could pay a discounted price. Contact us today!

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Summertime Fjordland - Ambassador Cruise Line

Summertime in Norway delivers a spectacular cruise experience. Aboard the Ambience you'll be gliding effortlessly through stunning fjords, mountains, and vibrant blue waters. This 7-night sail also includes visits to Bergen, Flam, Loen, and Stavanger.

£2,399

8 days

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Norwegian Fjords Cruise

Spend the week cruising the Norwegian Fjords from Southampton. Embark on P&O's Iona ship, escorted by our Limitless care team.

£2,249 £2,749

8 days

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Norwegian Fjords - P&O Britannia

Spend the week cruising the Norwegian Fjords from Southampton. Embark on P&O's Britannia ship, escorted by our Limitless care team.

£2,699 £2,999

8 days

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Norwegian Fjords - P&O Britannia

Spend the week cruising the Norwegian Fjords from Southampton. Embark on P&O's Britannia ship, escorted by our Limitless care team.

£2,999

8 days

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5 Night Summertime Fjords Cruise with Fred. Olsen

Welcome to the Norwegian Fjords, one of the most stunning natural wonders of the world! Set sail for the spectacular this summer.

£2,949

6 days

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Norway Northern Lights Cruise

Set sail for the Arctic Circle in search of the inspiring Northern Lights while discovering stunning glacial scenery and a unique culture.

£4,399

13 days

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Norwegian Fjords Cruise 2025

Towering, snow-capped peaks, labyrinth waterways and the most spectacular coastline you’re ever likely to experience await you on our accessible Norwegian Fjords Cruise.

£2,649

8 days

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Norwegian Fjords Cruise Summer 2025

Set sail for 7 days cruising the Norwegian Fjords from Southampton. Embark on P&O's Iona ship, escorted by out Limitless care team

£2,999

7 days

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What Can You Expect From a Fjord Cruise?

Our fjord cruises are expertly designed with people with disabilities in mind. Whether you want to see the jaw-dropping geography of the Nordic fjords, amazing arctic wildlife, or the beauty of the Northern Lights, everything is possible with our Fjord cruises for disabled people. 

As a Limitless travel customer, you’ll receive group support from our experienced care team. If you need one-on-one care, then this can be easily arranged before your travels

We can create a bespoke tailored package for you, depending on your care needs so that you can cruise with complete confidence, and always in comfort. We take care of everything, especially you.

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What Kind Of Facilities Are Available On Your Fjord Cruises?

In the vast majority of cases, all of the excursions listed on our cruises are completely accessible for disabled people, and for those with restricted mobility. At Limitless, we also offer an exclusive “potter-around-the-port” service - ensuring that you get the most out of your holiday. 

However, there are a small number of ports where docking isn’t available to wheelchair users due to large tidal ranges. If this is the case, it will be highlighted in the relevant holiday guide, and instead we’ll make the most of the excellent onboard facilities.

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How Can I Book Wheelchair Friendly Cruises With Limitless?

It’s easy to book an accessible cruise holiday with Limitless. Get in touch with our specialist travel advisors on 0800 711 7112. They’ll be able to tell you about the best fjord cruise packages for you and plan you the perfect holiday you deserve.

We’ll get to know exactly what you’re looking for, and any care needs you may have. We can also hire specialist equipment to ensure your comfort.

To guarantee your accessible cabin we would highly recommend booking well in advance due to high demand.

FAQ's - Norwegian Fjords Cruises

Which cruise lines sail to the Norwegian Fjords?

Ambience - Ambassador

The Ambience combines comfort and excitement, offering a unique experience at sea. Designed to accommodate 1,400 guests, it provides the perfect mix of vibrant social spaces and tranquil retreats.

  • Atmosphere: Balanced mix of lively and relaxing environments
  • Entertainment: 11 lounges and bars, including a large theatre
  • Leisure: Casino, shopping gallery, library and a coffee house
  • Creative Space: Craft studio
  • Relaxation: Pool and hot tub (no hoist), wellness centre and spa

P&O Iona

P&O's Iona is a testament to modern luxury at sea. Boasting contemporary style and comfort, it offers specially designed accessible cabins and a range of facilities to enhance your cruise experience.

  • Accessible Cabins: Available on request, with wide doors and scooter space
  • Bathroom Facilities: Wet rooms with wide door access and grip handles
  • Equipment Hire: Powered wheelchairs and hoists
  • Cabin Types: Outside, Balcony and Mini-Suite (varied pricing)
  • Amenities: Air conditioning, TV, fridge, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities


P&O Aurora

The Aurora is a favourite among experienced cruisers, known for its world-class facilities and slightly more intimate ambience. The Aurora offers a unique blend of luxury and comfort, with special attention to accessibility.

  • Highlight: Glass-roofed SkyDome and expansive cinema screen
  • Accessible Cabins: Air-conditioned, with wheelchair-sized wet rooms
  • Special Requests: Commodes, shower chairs, mobility scooters, and powered chairs
  • Comfort: Desk, TV, radio and floor-to-ceiling glass doors
  • Sleeping Arrangements: Queen size bed (convertible)
  • Convenience: Tea and coffee making facilities

Which side of the cruise ship is best for Norwegian fjords?

When it comes to enjoying the breathtaking Norwegian fjords from a cruise ship, there's no definitive "best" side. Both sides of the ship offer fantastic views of the stunning landscapes. 

However, if you're on a cruise that goes from Bergen to Kirkenes, many travellers prefer the port (left) side because it often provides slightly better views of the coastline along the route. 

Keep in mind that the fjords themselves are the main attraction, and you'll have ample opportunities to savour the scenery from various points on deck.

What month is best to cruise Norwegian fjords?

The optimal time for cruising the Norwegian fjords largely depends on your preferences and what you hope to experience. 

If you're looking to enjoy long daylight hours, pleasant weather, and the opportunity to witness the Midnight Sun, the best months are typically from May to September. During this period, you can explore the fjords under the Nordic summer sun.

On the other hand, if you're interested in experiencing the magic of a Northern Lights cruise, you should plan your cruise between September and April when the nights are darker. 

The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, are more likely to be visible during these months, especially in the northern regions of Norway. 

However, do keep in mind that Northern Lights sightings depend on various factors, including solar activity and weather conditions.

Is a balcony worth it on a Norway cruise?

Whether booking a balcony cabin on a Norway cruise is worth it depends on your preferences and priorities. Having a balcony can offer a more immersive experience as you can enjoy the awe-inspiring scenery from the privacy of your own space. 

It allows you to step outside and breathe in the crisp, fresh Norwegian air while taking in the views.

If you're someone who values privacy, unobstructed views, and the convenience of having your personal outdoor space, a balcony cabin can be a worthwhile investment.

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