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From the magnificent fjords of Norway to the awesome ice-filled bays of Antarctica, Hurtigruten cruises are renowned for their comprehensive collection of voyages to remote, beautiful and dramatic coastlines from the far north to the distant south. With over 120 years of maritime experience and a fleet of sixteen intimate and comfortable ships, they offer voyages that go beyond the traditional cruise, allowing closer encounters with environments, wildlife and people along shorelines near and far.

Whilst being typically Scandinavian in feel and atmosphere, Hurtigruten have a large focus on cruises that either start, end or circumnavigate Norway. Their ships include Ms Fram and MS Midnatsol, to name but two, and are specifically designed with their guests in mind. Their ability to take travellers closer to their surroundings and ensure they create some once in a lifetime experiences means that you will never forget your time aboard.

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Cruise Ship - MS Roald Amundsen

Polar Regions

23rd Oct 2018 | 18 nights

On board MS Roald Amundsen

Ports of call: Valparaiso - Castro, Chiloe Island - Puerto Natales - Chilean Fjords - Antarctica - Punta Arenas, Chile
Cruise Ship - MS Fram

South America

22nd Feb 2018 | 17 nights

On board MS Fram

Ports of call: Buenos Aires - Antarctica - Cape Horn - Chilean Fjords - Puerto Natales - Chilean Fjords - Puerto Montt - Valparaiso - Santiago

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Blogs about Hurtigruten


Ian Warren – 22-12-2014 – Hurtigruten Review: "In Search of the Northern Lights"

With the special offers available for the short break ‘Arctic Highlights’, we decided that we would go on holiday ‘In Search of the Northern Lights’. Being a natural phenomenon, I knew that whether we saw the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis would be down to luck and good old ‘Mother Nature’.

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Albert Garcia – 27-02-2014 – Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten actually means “Fast Route”. In the latter part of the 19th Century the Norwegian Government set out a tender to offer a reliable service to all of the small port towns dotted on her northern coast during the winter season.

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Albert Garcia – 27-02-2014 – Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten actually means “Fast Route”. In the latter part of the 19th Century the Norwegian Government set out a tender to offer a reliable service to all of the small port towns dotted on her northern coast during the winter season.

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Gayle Austin-Hogg – 01-05-2013 - Hurtigruten - MS Trollfjord

The Aurora Borealis (or the ‘Northern Lights’) is a spectacular natural phenomenon creating beautiful shades of light, best seen between November and March. In Europe, Tromso, and the coast of Norway is one of the best places to view the Lights and I was lucky enough in March to see them ‘dance’ in the sky for hours. It is something I will never forget.

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Ian Warren – 29-05-2010 – Hurtigruten - MS Nordlys

We were met on the MS Nordlys straight away and given a guided tour of the different cabins, before having a wander around the ship on our own. I must admit that the ship, which is one of their older ones, was even nicer than I had expected her to be. In fact, if I hadn't already known that she was also a working ship I wouldn't have guessed.

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