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Tauck announces first-ever Iceland cruise using new ship Le Boreal

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On September - 16 - 2009

Tauck has unveiled its line-up of small ship ocean cruises for 2010 and the company’s offerings for the coming year are highlighted by a new 8-day voyage in Iceland aboard the all-new Le Boreal, a sleek 264-person yacht slated to launch next May.

The new Iceland cruise, “Iceland: Land Of Fire And Ice” (from $5,790 per person, plus air), serves a destination that Tauck’s customers have expressed strong interest in visiting, said company CEO Dan Mahar. “Our guests have been asking us for years to offer a program in Iceland, but until now we couldn’t do it – the country’s hotel infrastructure wouldn’t allow us to provide the level of quality, comfort and amenities that people have come to expect from Tauck,” said Mahar. “However, with the upcoming launch of Le Boreal, we’ll be able to bring the necessary infrastructure along with us.”

Le_boreal“And although this is a new ship and a new destination, our Iceland cruise will still reflect Tauck’s signature style of cruising,” added Mahar, who explained that the most distinguishing characteristic of Tauck cruising is the company’s all-inclusive pricing policy. Included in the price of the new Iceland cruise, for example, are all shore excursions (a $1,355 value, per person), all meals, all gratuities, wine with dinners, nightly cocktail hours, taxes, port charges and much more.

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2 Responses to “Tauck announces first-ever Iceland cruise using new ship Le Boreal”

  1. Hi,

    I was booked to go to Iceland on a trip at the end of the year. It was a mountaineering and hiking trip. This sounds awesome though. What company do i get in touch with to find out more details?

  2. Anders says:

    Best cruise i think is through fjords in norway 🙂


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