Alaska: Bringing you closer to the Extraordinary

With immense glaciers, deep fjords and vast stretches of wilderness, Alaska’s scenery alone never fails to impress visitors. Discover the rugged nature, rare wildlife, indigenous culture and rich history on an expedition cruise.


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Explore nature's epic wilderness

Alaska is a destination for true explorers. You'll discover the remains of the gold rush era in the fishing villages, abandoned towns and bustling harbours. Keep an eye out for the ocean's majestic giants, Humpback Whales and Orcas. And of course, the iconic brown bears which can be spotted along the coastline.

Our small expedition ships allow us to reach destinations that larger ships can't reach, taking you off the beaten track and uncovering true Alaskan wilderness. In true explorer style, we work with nature. changing our plans to seek out exciting opportunities and setting our course for adventure.

How will you get close to the extraordinary?

Our Expedition Cruises to Alaska will take you from the wildlife haven of Homer and Nitmaluk to Sitka and the vibrant traditions of its indigenous people. This is an extraordinary expedition.

Meet the Fleet: Your home away from home

Experience the extraordinary beauty and wildlife of Alaska onboard one of our environmentally friendly hybrid ships. MS Roald Amundsen was the first of our two-hybrid ships built-in 2019 followed by MS Fridtjof Nansen in 2020, both leading the way towards an even more sustainable way of travelling.

People crossing a river on a bridge, Galapagos, Ecuador.
Photo: Davor Lovincic - Getty Images / Hurtigruten

People crossing a river on a bridge, Galapagos, Ecuador. Photo: Davor Lovincic - Getty Images / Hurtigruten

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