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War on plastic

PLASTIC BAN: One million plastic straws a year are among the single use plastic items that will removed from all Hurtigruten ships this summer, as the company imposes a ban on single use plastic. Hurtigruten CEO Daniel Skjeldam, Hotel Manager Kristian Skar and rest of Hurtigruten employees are already removing plastic items from MS Richard With (in the background) and other Hurtigruten ships.
PLASTIC BAN: One million plastic straws a year are among the single use plastic items that will removed from all Hurtigruten ships this summer, as the company imposes a ban on single use plastic. Hurtigruten CEO Daniel Skjeldam, Hotel Manager Kristian Skar and rest of Hurtigruten employees are already removing plastic items from MS Richard With (in the background) and other Hurtigruten ships.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen

As one the first major companies, Hurtigruten bans all unnecessary single-use plastic. Already by 2 July 2018, everything from plastic straws and cups, coffee lids and plastic bags will be removed from all Hurtigruten ships. The goal is to become the world’s first plastic free shipping company.

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PLASTIC BAN: One million plastic straws a year are among the single use plastic items that will removed from all Hurtigruten ships this summer, as the company imposes a ban on single use plastic. Hurtigruten CEO Daniel Skjeldam, Hotel Manager Kristian Skar and rest of Hurtigruten employees are already removing plastic items from MS Richard With (in the background) and other Hurtigruten ships.
PLASTIC BAN: One million plastic straws a year are among the single use plastic items that will removed from all Hurtigruten ships this summer, as the company imposes a ban on single use plastic. Hurtigruten CEO Daniel Skjeldam, Hotel Manager Kristian Skar and rest of Hurtigruten employees are already removing plastic items from MS Richard With (in the background) and other Hurtigruten ships.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen

Hurtigruten partners with Queen Sonja Print Award

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Photo: Pontus Höök

When the world’s first hybrid powered expedition ship embarks on her maiden voyage, every piece of art on board will be handpicked by HM Queen Sonja of Norway’s art foundation - the Queen Sonja Print Award.

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Photo: Pontus Höök

Hurtigruten introduces Northwest Passage by hybrid ship and voyages to Franz Josef Land

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From the Northwest Passage and Franz Josef Land, via Svalbard and the Norwegian coast, to the Galapagos Islands and Machu Picchu: Hurtigruten releases the most diverse and wide-ranging selection of expedition voyages in the company’s 125-year history.

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Expedition Norway – a world record attempt along the Hurtigruten Route by Schiller Bike

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On 24 July 2017, British adventurer Dave Cornthwaite will embark on Expedition Norway - an attempt to set a world record by travelling the furthest distance by water bike, taking the Hurtigruten Route along the beautiful Norwegian Coast by Schiller Bike.

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Hurtigruten unveils new destinations

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For the 2018 season, Hurtigruten has expanded its Antarctica operation to a total of three expedition ships, spearheaded by the new hybrid vessel MS Roald Amundsen.

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New hybrid explorer ships

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Norwegian exploration travel company, Hurtigruten, has decided to name the first two new hybrid powered expedition ships “Roald Amundsen” and “Fridtjof Nansen” after the two most influential Norwegian polar pioneers.

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Fare structure info

In autumn we sail into the beautiful Hjørundfjord
In autumn we sail into the beautiful Hjørundfjord
Photo: Erika Tiren

As a guest on Hurtigruten's sailings in Norway, you have a wide range of options. Choose from three different fare alternatives - BASIC, SELECT and PLATINUM - depending on your preferred travel experience with us. Find out more below and have a look at our table for a detailed overview.

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In autumn we sail into the beautiful Hjørundfjord
In autumn we sail into the beautiful Hjørundfjord
Photo: Erika Tiren