Unlock the wonders of the world with an expedition cruise to some of the most remote and fascinating destinations. Our unique heritage, highly-skilled crew and diverse fleet enable us to take you from polar regions in the High Arctic, across to Europe and the Americas, through the deep South and down to the end of the Earth, Antarctica.
Described as "the world's most beautiful voyage", a sailing along the Norwegian coast offers epic landscapes and thrilling adventures. We go where no other ships go to give you first-hand encounters with Norway's dramatic fjords, wildlife and the northern lights. No matter the season, all cruises with Hurtigruten are unique and bound to awaken the explorer in you.
Isolated, untouched and immersive - allow the coldest continent on Earth to melt your heart. Let the elements rule and truly discover the white solitude and fearless wildlife that thrives here. Your polar cruise expedition will introduce you to the magic of South America before starting your adventure to the end of the world - Antarctica.
Old civilizations, magnificent cities and hidden gems - prepare to be amazed by the rich continent of Europe on a sailing down its historical coastline. From the legendary fjords of Norway to the magic of Northern Africa, our intimate cruises let you explore iconic and picturesque destinations in an active way, giving you rare insight into European history and culture.
Go on adventures among colossal icebergs, mountains and fjords to explore the biggest island in the world. Greenland, or “the Land of the People”, offers unique encounters with isolated Inuit communities. Let our expedition cruises bring you to first-hand interactions with wild nature in the Arctic seas.
Discover Iceland, the mythical land of fire and ice, with its glaciers and volcanoes, spouting geysers and cascading falls. From the unspoilt, raw natural beauty to the rich Viking history, exploring the saga island on an expedition cruise is the perfect voyage for explorers looking for the unexpected.
Remote, mysterious and extreme. Explore the Svalbard archipelago, located halfway between Norway and the North Pole. The largest of Svalbard's islands, Spitsbergen, is a land forged by ice, wind and sea. Our expedition cruises will take you closer to the ghost towns of early whaling stations, spectacular fjords and icebergs, wildlife and the King of the Arctic - the Polar Bear.
This is an expedition for hardy explorers.
––– History is full of attempts to sail this legendary route from Greenland and the Atlantic, through the icy Canadian Arctic, past colourful Inuit villages, all the way to the Pacific. Join us as we sail far above the Arctic Circle, completing an epic journey in the wake of Amundsen and other great explorers.
Wild and beautiful, remote and rich in history - an adventure to the east coast of America and Canada is bound to unleash your inner explorer. Our expedition cruises take you to some of the most spectacular sights in North America, from small cities and local communities to the untamed wilderness of Newfoundland's great National Parks.
Colourful, warm and full of life. The Caribbean and Central America have been dream destinations for generations, for good reason. Explore, kayak and dive these azure waters with us, as we take you to isolated cays, soft white sand beaches and lively towns on a voyage to remember to Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Belize and the Florida Keys.
The South American coasts are full of discoveries. These expeditions have it all: remote island paradises, the grandeur of pristine nature and the inspiring mystery of lost civilisations. Join us to explore these natural and cultural treasures, or let them serve as your jumping-off point for an unforgettable Antarctic adventure.
Discover your inner explorer during a legendary crossing of the Atlantic Ocean. Savour uninterrupted, relaxing days at sea and indulge in the intimate charm of our ships. On a repositioning cruise between continents, you’ll call into some of the most exotic ports and beautiful cities in Europe, Africa or South America.