Cruise Islands of the North Atlantic: Take Life To A Higher Latitude

People have been cruising the North Atlantic for centuries, but charting a course has not always been easy. Information about the island groups in the North Atlantic has been hard to find, Modern-day mariners, however, have a new tool.

Today at Seatrade Europe in Hamburg a new alliance was announced, comprised of five North Atlantic island groups: Orkney Islands, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Newfoundland and Labrador. “We’ve launched a new portal for consumers,” says Agust Agustsson, marketing manager for Port of Reykjavik, Iceland. “The benefit is that you can now find information on one website about these five island groups, which have been hidden away for so long.”

The North Atlantic islands are true, unspoiled and undiscovered gems. “It’s a place like no other,” says Bob McCarthy, spokesperson for the alliance, “one of the last undiscovered places left.”

Launched today, Cruise Islands of the North Atlantic’s website is www.cruisenorthatlantic.com

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