Best Hotels in Lapland to Stay in When You Go on an Icebreaker Cruise

The Icebreaker cruise has become a  “must do” activity in recent years, and an important part of the tour to Lapland for thousands of visitors. The Polar Explorer Icebreaker is cruising the Northern part of the Bothnian Sea, not far from the border of Finland and Sweden.   ROVANIEMI – 168 km from Icebreaker (2 …

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Most frequent questions and answers

Yes, you can choose your pick up and drop of location during the booking process. Price will be calculated accordingly. Your luggage will be stored in the bus during the tour. 

Yes, when you are coming by our shuttle bus you can store your luggage in the bus during entire trip.

Yes, you can make your way with your own car and park free of charge at the port of departure. There is no actual border between Finland and Sweden, you can drive non-stop via the border.


There is no age limit for participating in cruise, children of all ages are welcome on board!

Survival suits are available at size 125 cm, children at height over 120 cm can swim.

No, double layer survival suit will keep you insulated form cold water. You put on the suit over your normal indoor clothes.

No, swimming is voluntary.

Walking on sea ice is allowed only when  ice is solid and at least 20 cm thick. Early winter cruises may not allow walking on ice activity. Captain makes decision when if it is safe to walk on ice on each cruise. 

During the cruise meals are not served, but snacks and beverages can be purchased from cafeteria on board. Icebreaker buffet lunch is offered at extra charge in restaurant on shore after the morning cruise and before afternoon cruise.

We do not practice discount coupons. For lower price look for “Best” and “Value” price available in timetable.