1893 Ambassador Journal Archive

Curated for our 1893 Ambassador members, the 1893 Ambassador Journals feature news from on board our fleet and our latest tours and offers. Explore the archive now!

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    Summer 2015

    With our second ship in Antarctica setting sail on New Antarctic Voyages, Hurtigruten product developer, Jørn Henriksen explains the difference between the 2 expedition ships, MS FRAM and MS MIDNATSOL, to help you decide which ship is right for you. 

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    Autumn 2014

    We are excited to reveal that our oldest traditional ship, MS Nordstjernen (built in 1956) will be returning to the Hurtigruten portfolio this summer with a series of voyages from, to and around the Svalbard Archipelago.

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    Summer 2014

    From the shores to the slopes! We have been investigating the possibility of offering a thrilling springtime shore excursions in Lygenfjord - off-piste skiing in the Lyngen Alps. 

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    Spring 2014

    One of the things that sets us apart from other ships sailing to Norway is our relationship with the coastline and its communities. Subsequently, we are putting even greater emphasis on giving guests 'real experiences' - check out our excursions, on board presentations or new menus served in our restautants. 

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    Winter 2013

    As our 120th year draws to a close, we look back and reminisce on a year of special sailings, celebrations and innovations to the world's most beautiful voyage. 

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    Autumn 2013

    When it comes to fjords, Lygenfjord isn't the longest in the world; it's not even the longest in Norway. It isn't on UNESCO's list of world heritage sites either. So why are we taking guests into this unknown fjord way up in Norway's Troms country? 

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    Summer 2013

    As MS Lofoten pulled out of Bergen on 2 July 20136, the crew and passengers were all well aware that they were partaking in a piece of Hurtigruten hisotory - one of a series of anniversary sailings along the Norwegian coast, our home for 120 fascinating years. 

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