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.
Kirkenes -> Tromso -> Lofoten -> Seven Islands (Svalbard) -> Kristiansand -> Bergen
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Dining room. We were instructed to use a hand sanitizer as we ... Read more
Just back from a cruise up the coast of Norway from Bergen to Kirkenes on the Hurtigruten Trollfjord. Had a very fine time: comfortable cabin, ... Read more
We are just home from a trip to Norway which featured a fjord cruise on the Trollfjord. My parents took a fjord cruise 35 years ago and raved ... Read more
We booked our cruise in New York City with a Hurtigruten Representative on the Richard With. We were not told about several things in advance as ... Read more
We have travelled with Hurtigruten before on their costal round trips a couple of times. We enjoyed these very much so we decided to take the ... Read more
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