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St Petersburg and Norway cruise?

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Hi
I've been searching cruise lines and haven't found the sort of itinerary that I'm looking for. That may mean very little, because I have never been on a cruise and other than Fodors, where I visit daily, I'm not on any other boards, nor do I know how best to search for cruises.

My "perfect cruise" would include a Norwegian fjord or two, and St Petersburg, Russia.

My perfect cruise would NOT cost 10K USD for a couple.

So I'm looking for a moderate cruise line, not luxury, and a shortish cruise that would hit a Norwegian fjord and St P.

Is there such a thing?

I've found a ferry from Norway to St. P. but have no idea if the ferry accommodations would be pleasant. I was thinking I could do a short Norway cruise, then tack on a visit to St. P. if I couldn't find an all-in-one trip.

Looking for ideas and feedback is welcome. Thanks.

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