DID YOU KNOW..?
1. Our ships are filled with Expedition Teams!
Whether you are sailing with Hurtigruten along the Norwegian coast or other remote destinations around the world, you will be accompanied by an expert Expedition Team. They are your hosts on board and ashore, and will provide lectures in subjects such as geography, history, wildlife and more.
Read more: Expedition Teams on the Norwegian coast and Explorer Cruises.
2. We have a Northern Lights guarantee.
100%. That’s how sure we are that the spectacular Northern Lights will make an appearance on your 12-day Hurtigruten Roundtrip Cruise along the Norwegian Coast. We even back it up with a special promise to you. If they do not appear on your voyage, we will give you another 6 or 7-day Classic Voyage FREE OF CHARGE, so your Hurtigruten experience will be one with zero regrets.
3. Hurtigruten is not your normal cruise operator.
When you sail with Hurtigruten, you are on an expedition with likeminded adventurers who value personal growth and exploring over luxury. You won't find waterslides, casinos or any sort of dress code. However, you will find a casual and relaxed atmosphere, great food, and all the quality equipment you need to explore new destinations.
4. We are adding two new ships to our fleet in 2019 and 2020.
Modern, hybrid, and inspired by our Scandinavian heritage - in 2019 we will welcome MS Roald Amundsen to our fleet - the world's first hybrid cruise ship. The following year, she will be joined by MS Fridtjof Nansen. Named after two of Norway's most famous explorers, these state of the art ships will follow suit and explore some of the most remote destinations in the world.
Read more: Sneak peak at Hurtigruten's new hybrid ships.
5. Committed to sustainable travel.
We operate in some of the world’s most pristine and vulnerable natural landscapes. This is a responsibility we take seriously, which is why we educate our guests on how to reduce our environmental footprint. Read more about our efforts to minimize the impact, our use of local food along the Norwegian coast, research and knowledge in polar waters, and much more in "Leaving a Smaller Footprint".