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Hurtigruten Itineraries

Eleven Hurtigruten ships are committed year-round to Norwegian coastal itineraries with daily departures. Passengers may choose six-night northbound, five-night southbound or 11-night roundtrip sailings, calling on as many as 34 ports per one-way segment. Segments of any length may be booked, space available, but no meals are included in the fares.

Between mid-April and mid-September, the northbound sailings will sail deep into the Geirangerfjord, where passengers may disembark for a sightseeing itinerary that includes a return by bus to Alesund via a scenic inland route. The tiny but dramatic Trollfjord is also a southbound call.

Fram, an expedition-style cruise vessel, has the most far-ranging itineraries, with summer expeditions in Europe and to Greenland and Iceland, followed by a long voyage to South America for winter itineraries to Antarctica. In 2016, it will be joined by Midnatsol during the Antarctica cruise season.

British Isles & Western Europe
80% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Vardo -> Batsfjord -> Berlevag -> Kirkenes -> Skjervoy -> Oksfjord -> Hammerfest -> Mehamn -> Kjollefjord -> Honnigsvag -> Havoysund -> Stamsund -> Svolvaer -> Stokmarknes -> Sortland -> Tromso -> Finnsnes -> Harstad -> Risoyhamn -> Sandnessjpen -> Bronnoysund -> Rorvik -> Bodo -> Ornes -> Nesna -> Molde -> Kristiansand -> Trondheim -> Bergen -> Alesund -> Torvik -> Maloy -> Floro
50% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Bergen -> Geiranger -> Molde -> Alesund -> Floro -> Maloy -> Torvik -> Rorvik -> Trondheim -> Kristiansand -> Stamsund -> Svolvaer -> Bodo -> Bronnoysund -> Sandnessjpen -> Nesna -> Ornes -> Skjervoy -> Tromso -> Stokmarknes -> Sortland -> Risoyhamn -> Harstad -> Finnsnes -> Kjollefjord -> Honnigsvag -> Berlevag -> Mehamn -> Oksfjord -> Hammerfest -> Havoysund -> Batsfjord -> Kirkenes -> Vardo -> Vadso
87% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Batsfjord -> Berlevag -> Vardo -> Kirkenes -> Skjervoy -> Oksfjord -> Hammerfest -> Mehamn -> Kjollefjord -> Honnigsvag -> Havoysund -> Stamsund -> Svolvaer -> Stokmarknes -> Sortland -> Tromso -> Finnsnes -> Harstad -> Risoyhamn -> Bronnoysund -> Rorvik -> Sandnessjpen -> Bodo -> Ornes -> Nesna -> Kristiansand -> Molde -> Trondheim -> Bergen -> Alesund -> Torvik -> Maloy -> Floro
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