Ships:Hurtigruten - Welcome to Your Adventure of a Lifetime!
From Norwegian cruises to Antarctica Cruises, Hurtigruten offers you educational voyages filled with cultural expeditions to enriching destinations. Click on the links provided to further delve into the many travel explorations available.
Windows on the World
Hurtigruten cruises are more than luxury vessels to beautiful destinations; they are windows on the world of exploration, knowledge, education and adventure. From Norwegian cruises along Norway's dramatic 1,250-mile west coast with dramatic travel above the Arctic Circle, to the world's most active glaciers of Greenland and trips from one end of Europe to the other, Hurtigruten offers you adventures of a lifetime.
Norwegian Coastal Cruises - More than Just Destinations
Explore Norway's dramatic 1,250 mile west coast. Travel above the Arctic Circle, visiting tiny fishing villages and major cities alike. Our Fleet makes 34 dramatic ports-of-call between Bergen and Kirkenes with a number of adventures along the way.
Spectacular Spitsbergen Cruises
Go to the last wilderness of Europe, rich in unspoiled nature and wildlife with glaciers, whales, seals and an abundant birdlife, and rare Arctic flowers.
Greenland Exploration Cruises
These expeditions bring you to the world's most active glaciers, calving of icebergs and close contact with the local Inuit population while providing cultural and historic insight through excursions and lectures.
Antarctica Cruise Adventures
Explore "The White Continent." Sail across the Drake Passage to the Antarctic Peninsula, taking in the glaciers and icebergs, penguins, whales, and seals as well as Chile's fjords, snow-capped mountains and fishing villages.
Travel to some of Europe's most dramatic destinations in adventure-filled journeys from the Canary Islands to Germany. These three European Cruises take you to some of the world's most interesting ports with excursions in Spain, Portugal, France, UK, Belgium, Amsterdam, Sweden, Finland, Russia and Germany.
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