It's the world's largest island (that isn't also a continent) and the least-populated country on Earth.
Two thousand stunning kilometres of raw coastline, teeming with wildlife and dotted with islands, reefs, waterfalls and ancient Aboriginal rock art sites.
You can still stay on one of the world's most glamorous cruise ships, even though it hasn't moved since 1971.
Offering big-city assets without big-city stress, Nordic style and historic charm.
Some of its chefs have worked for the world's top hotels and culinary legends such as Paul Bocuse.
Big, small, old-fashioned glamour, space-age technology: there is a perfect cruise out there for you - you just need to know how to find it.
A tantalising glimpse into the complex cultures and stunning islands of a country many of us hardly know.
'We only got here twice last year, so we're lucky today,' says our expedition leader.
The superhuman Norwegians like to call it easy, but for the rest of us ...
The Lofoten Islands are the most beautiful place on Earth. There, I've said it. I doubt I'll never recant.
Passengers dress to the hilt, ships are decked out in bunting and the entertainment is non-stop.
Don't expect onboard facilities superfluous to Coral Discoverer's purpose: to showcase remote and spectacular destinations.