News and Updates

Here you'll find news and updates within the ESG area.

Hurtigruten Group27 Apr 2023

Hurtigruten Group Releases 2022 Environmental Social and Governance Report

Reinforces commitment to Science Based Targets, prioritizes emission elimination over carbon offsets and highlights it’s 2022 EUR 66 Million sustainable fleet investment

Hurtigruten Norway21 Mar 2023

Hurtigruten Norway’s Sea Zero project enters next phase to launch zero emission ship by 2030

Hurtigruten Norway, which is working towards its first zero emission ship by 2030, has kicked off an innovative research project in partnership with research institute SINTEF and 12 maritime partners.

Hurtigruten Norway22 Sept 2022

Hurtigruten Norway launches its first hybrid ship, part of a EUR100 million green upgrade

Hurtigruten Norway has launched its first environmentally-upgraded battery-hybrid powered ship, MS Richard With.

Hurtigruten Group9 May 2022

Hurtigruten Group launches ESG report – calls for more transparency from travel industry

Hurtigruten Group opens its books on emissions and social responsibility and commits to science-based targets in its new ESG report.

Hurtigruten Group9 May 2022

Hurtigruten Group ESG Report 2021

Learn more about how we protect what we love.

Hurtigruten Norway31 Mar 2022

Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express plans first emission free ship by 2030

Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express partners with leading research organization SINTEF to create zero emission ships for the Norwegian coast, with the first ready to sail by 2030.

Hurtigruten Group22 Feb 2022

Hurtigruten Group CEO honoured for outstanding sustainability achievements

Hurtigruten Group CEO Daniel Skjeldam has received the 2022 Honorary Award from the Association of German Travel Journalists for his efforts towards sustainability in the tourism industry.

Hurtigruten Norway21 Feb 2022

Hurtigruten Norway kicks off one of Europe's biggest environmental upgrades

Hurtigruten Norway has initiated one of Europe's largest environmental ship upgrades. With modern technology, the rebuilt ships will cut CO2 emissions by 25 per cent and NOx emissions by as much as 80 per cent.

Hurtigruten Group16 Dec 2021

Climate research and conservation projects receive funding boost from Hurtigruten Foundation

Seven climate and conservation-focused projects around the world are to receive funding from the Hurtigruten Foundation. The Foundation continues its commitment to support organizations and projects in areas where Hurtigruten Group operate.