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Fram Review

4.0 / 5.0
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65 reviews
3 Awards

All confidence lost and will never travel with Hurtigruten again

Review for Fram to the Arctic
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2018

We made a booking in November 2016 to travel through the North West Passage with Hurtigruten because of our interest in the history associated with this remote area. We had travelled with Hurtigruten before; doing the classic Norwegian coastal voyage, and had enjoyed that (apart from eye watering bar prices).

The journey booked was titled “The Northwest Passage: In the Wake of Great Explorers – Eastbound” and was planned to travel from Cambridge Bay at the western end of the passage through to Pond Inlet at the eastern end followed by two stops in Greenland that were clearly there as part of repositioning the vessel.

The information provided about Fram indicated it was a very capable ship and well suited to travel in difficult polar waters. Hurtigruten’s information also made much of the wildlife to be seen – another key point for us.

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Cabin U2 Artic Superior

Not very big but adequate

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