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11 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Bergen

11 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Bergen

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Bergen
  • Day 2
    Floro
  • Day 2
    Maloy
  • Day 2
    Torvik
  • Day 2
    Alesund
  • Day 2
    Molde
  • Day 3
    Trondheim
  • Day 3
    Seven Islands (Svalbard)
  • Day 3
    Kristiansund
  • Day 4
    Kristiansund
  • Day 4
    Bronnoysund
  • Day 4
    Sandnessjpen
  • Day 4
    Nesna
  • Day 4
    Ornes
  • Day 4
    Bodo
  • Day 4
    Lofoten
  • Day 5
    Stokmarknes
  • Day 5
    Sortland
  • Day 5
    Risoyhamn
  • Day 5
    Harstad
  • Day 5
    Finnsnes
  • Day 5
    Tromso
  • Day 5
    Skjervoy
  • Day 6
    Oksfjord
  • Day 6
    Hammerfest
  • Day 6
    Havoysund
  • Day 6
    Honnigsvag
  • Day 6
    Kjollefjord
  • Day 6
    Mehamn
  • Day 6
    Berlevag
  • Day 7
    Vardo
  • Day 7
    Vadso
  • Day 7
    Kirkenes
  • Day 7
    Batsfjord
  • Day 7
    Berlevag
  • Day 8
    Batsfjord
  • Day 8
    Mehamn
  • Day 8
    Kjollefjord
  • Day 8
    Honnigsvag
  • Day 8
    Havoysund
  • Day 8
    Hammerfest
  • Day 8
    Oksfjord
  • Day 8
    Skjervoy
  • Day 9
    Finnsnes
  • Day 9
    Harstad
  • Day 9
    Risoyhamn
  • Day 9
    Sortland
  • Day 9
    Stokmarknes
  • Day 9
    Lofoten
  • Day 9
    Tromso
  • Day 10
    Tromso
  • Day 10
    Bodo
  • Day 10
    Ornes
  • Day 10
    Nesna
  • Day 10
    Sandnessjpen
  • Day 10
    Bronnoysund
  • Day 10
    Seven Islands (Svalbard)
  • Day 11
    Trondheim
  • Day 11
    Kristiansund
  • Day 11
    Molde
  • Day 12
    Alesund
  • Day 12
    Torvik
  • Day 12
    Maloy
  • Day 12
    Floro
  • Day 12
    Bergen

Kong Harald

Kong Harald - Hurtigruten

Spectacular Norwegian coastal scenery from panoramic lounge

Shore tour variety: dog sledding, historic town walks, even a North Cape excursion

Free Wi-Fi access and Internet cafe


Cruise Reviews

Cruise to see Northern Lights and Norwegian coastline This was a Christmas present for my wife who had to cancel due to her sisters bereavement 2 weeks prior to departure. Hurtigruten were most unsympathetic and inflexible, they ... Read More
Cruise to see Northern Lights and Norwegian coastline This was a Christmas present for my wife who had to cancel due to her sisters bereavement 2 weeks prior to departure. Hurtigruten were most unsympathetic and inflexible, they would not refund the cost, or change names on tickets to allow use by someone else, or defer the dates. In the end to avoid losing all the money I travelled alone and have been trying to claim my wife's costs back from the insurance company. However I need a letter from Hurtigruten confirming cancellation and that my wife did not travel to do this, and despite asking 3 times on board and emailing them I did not get the courtesy of a reply until after I arrived home, they obviously find administration too onerous and are not interested in customer service once they have been paid. I would not recommend anyone using this cruise line because of this, which is a shame because the venues are interesting and staff helpful apart from in "customer service" The food is good and well presented and cooked but there is no choice at dinner, so if you do not like fish it is a problem. The breakfast and lunch buffets are very good with a lot more choice. If you like a beer or wine you need a large budget or bring your own ! Many of the ports of call are just 15 minute stops to deliver / collect mail and goods so there is no option to disembark here, however the main ports like Trondheim and Tromso offer more time to explore. The excursion team are the best thing about Hurtigruten, they are knowledgeable and entertaining, however the excursions are overpriced. Unlike traditional cruise lines there is no evening entertainment on board. To sum up, a poor and inflexible booking policy, decent food and staff , the ship is a cross between ferry and cruise ship Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
We would not have chosen to cruise Norway in the winter but we were travelling with friends who had done this cruise before and were anxious to do it again. The experience was amazing. You would be disappointed if you were expecting the ... Read More
We would not have chosen to cruise Norway in the winter but we were travelling with friends who had done this cruise before and were anxious to do it again. The experience was amazing. You would be disappointed if you were expecting the glitz and glamour of a cruise ship. This is very much a working vessel designed to take and pick up passengers and goods along the Norwegian coast. There is very little in the way of entertainment but lots of great lectures and information about ports of call along the way. We were blessed to have Giske, one of the expedition team, who had a beautiful voice and often played the piano and sang in the lounge after dinner. Our cabin was 350 which was very comfortable and being midships quite stable in the few days that we had rough seas. Meals were delicious. The buffet breakfast and lunch had plenty of choice. Dinner was a set menu most nights and apart from the one night when everyone got vegetarian seemed to be enjoyed by all. It was interesting reading about the dishes in the menu each day. Our cruise was over Christmas and Hurtigruten did Christmas beautifully. We enjoyed learning about Norwegian traditions and trying to sing the Norwegian carols. We didn't see the Northern Lights but that didn't worry us unduly. Read Less
Sail Date December 2019
We wanted to do the Classic Northern Lights cruise - no dressing up for dinner or Captain's table rubbish for us! This was perfect - we took a few excursions - a local brewery, the Russian border, and a vintage tramride - but ... Read More
We wanted to do the Classic Northern Lights cruise - no dressing up for dinner or Captain's table rubbish for us! This was perfect - we took a few excursions - a local brewery, the Russian border, and a vintage tramride - but otherwise we were mooching around little Norweigan ports with all their Xmas lights, chatting to people, and sleeping during the day when it got dark. We had a fab time and even saw the Aurora a few times coming back southbound. The food was excellent - I'm vegan and they did lots of delicious choices for me - with massive buffets for breakfast and lunch and a sitdown 3-course dinner. We had no problem finding seats tho I can imagine this may not apply in high season, and we didn't mind where we sat. The mix of nationalities was good and we enjoyed meeting a range of people from different backgrounds. Entertaiment is thankfully not of the cabaret/singer type - the Expedition crew give interesting talks on various aspects of Norway's culture/history and there are daily leaflets of ports being visited, expeditions, and points of interest to view from the deck. And yes, Norway is expensive but we'd paid for the cruise several months before, so decided to do whatever we what we wanted. Beers were approx £12 a pint, spirits approx £8 - we had coffee etc in our cabin and could also get free coffee in the little cafe. The shop has some reasonably priced Tshirts and small gifts. Bring your own lanyard for your cabin swipecard, and definitely bring warm jumpers, insulated and waterproof outside layers anc boots. Spikes/studs are needed for some of the icy paths etc in ports but we generally found the decks OK. The boat itself is pretty warm and lovely - friendly and helpful crew and staff Read Less
Sail Date December 2019
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