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10-night Voyage of Discovery – Bergen to Kirkenes and Trondheim

Bergen/Trondheim
10-night Voyage of Discovery – Bergen to Kirkenes and Trondheim
October 1, 2024
Hurtigruten/HX: MS Kong Harald
Bergen/Trondheim
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Cruise Inclusions

Included in Your Expedition

  • Cruise in the cabin category of your choice
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) fromNorway's Coastal Kitchen
  • English-speaking Tour Leader on board

Engaging onboard activities and lectures:

  • Onboard lectures and presentations on history, biology, geography, geology, and culture that provide context to your voyage, and help you better understand the destinations you visit.
  • Introductory photo presentations, camera adjustment, and photography tips and tricks, and photo and film footage from the voyage.
  • Opportunities to casually engage with the Hurtigruten Guides and other guests, including a welcome event, daily gatherings to recap the day, and preparations for the day to come.
  • Port presentations providing destination insight
  • Presentation of optional excursions
  • Point of interest presentations on deck
  • Captain’s dinner and a farewell event
  • Destination Guide
  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Bergen

Bergen 10/01/2024

Your voyage starts in Bergen, Norway's second-largest city and a gateway to the fjords. Founded in 1070 AD, Bergen boasts architecture influenced by the prosperous 14th-century German trading organization, the Hanseatic League. If you have time before your ship departs, visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed wharfs in the colorful Bryggen district, now a neighborhood with artisan's shops, complete with cobblestone streets. Just across the street is the famous fish market, which serves delicious seafood. The Fløibanen funicular can also whisk you up Mount Fløyen for lovely views of the city. Before boarding, relax in our comfortable guest lounge at the terminal. Once aboard, enjoy the first of many delicious meals made from fresh coastal produce as we depart Bergen and sail the old Viking route along the Hjeltefjord. You'll also meet your ship's Coastal Experts, who will be your guides as we sail Norway's coastline. They'll organize lectures, onboard activities, and optional hikes. Time in port: Bergen: 02:45 pm to 08:30 pm.,
10/01/2024 10/01/2024
Floro

Floro 10/02/2024

Enjoy early morning in the breathtaking Nordfjord, near Torvik. Then, we'll sail past the West Cape for our approach to Ålesund. The city of Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and Atlanterhavsparken, one of northern Europe's largest saltwater aquariums. If you're traveling with us in spring or winter, you'll have most of the day to explore this picturesque town. In the summer, we set our course for the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, passing some of the most magnificent scenery in Norway. Once in the fjord, you may see the famous Seven Sisters waterfalls cascading down the cliffs. In autumn, we explore Hjørundfjord, hidden away in the Sunnmøre Alps. We'll also call at the scenic village of Urke. Here, you can admire thousand-year-old farms, the fjord, and the lush mountainsides. The last port of the day is Molde. In summer, there might just enough daylight to see the amazing view of the 222 mountain peaks across the fjord, called the 'Molde Panorama'. And from mid-June to late August, the streets and gardens are adorned with roses of all shades and scents, all solidifying Molde's nickname as the 'City of Roses'. Time in port: Florø: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Måløy: 05:15 am to 05:30 am, Torvik: 08:20 am to 08:30 am, Ålesund (11/01 to 05/31): 09:45 am to 08:00 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 10/31): 09:45 am to 10:00 am, Geiranger (06/01 to 08/31): 02:25 pm to 02:45 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 08/31): 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Urke (09/01 to 10/31): 12:15 pm to 03:45 pm, Ålesund (09/01 to 10/31): 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Molde: 10:35 pm to 11:05 pm.,
10/02/2024 10/02/2024
Maloy

Maloy 10/02/2024

Enjoy early morning in the breathtaking Nordfjord, near Torvik. Then, we'll sail past the West Cape for our approach to Ålesund. The city of Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and Atlanterhavsparken, one of northern Europe's largest saltwater aquariums. If you're traveling with us in spring or winter, you'll have most of the day to explore this picturesque town. In the summer, we set our course for the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, passing some of the most magnificent scenery in Norway. Once in the fjord, you may see the famous Seven Sisters waterfalls cascading down the cliffs. In autumn, we explore Hjørundfjord, hidden away in the Sunnmøre Alps. We'll also call at the scenic village of Urke. Here, you can admire thousand-year-old farms, the fjord, and the lush mountainsides. The last port of the day is Molde. In summer, there might just enough daylight to see the amazing view of the 222 mountain peaks across the fjord, called the 'Molde Panorama'. And from mid-June to late August, the streets and gardens are adorned with roses of all shades and scents, all solidifying Molde's nickname as the 'City of Roses'. Time in port: Florø: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Måløy: 05:15 am to 05:30 am, Torvik: 08:20 am to 08:30 am, Ålesund (11/01 to 05/31): 09:45 am to 08:00 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 10/31): 09:45 am to 10:00 am, Geiranger (06/01 to 08/31): 02:25 pm to 02:45 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 08/31): 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Urke (09/01 to 10/31): 12:15 pm to 03:45 pm, Ålesund (09/01 to 10/31): 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Molde: 10:35 pm to 11:05 pm.,
10/02/2024 10/02/2024
Torvik

Torvik 10/02/2024

Enjoy early morning in the breathtaking Nordfjord, near Torvik. Then, we'll sail past the West Cape for our approach to Ålesund. The city of Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and Atlanterhavsparken, one of northern Europe's largest saltwater aquariums. If you're traveling with us in spring or winter, you'll have most of the day to explore this picturesque town. In the summer, we set our course for the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, passing some of the most magnificent scenery in Norway. Once in the fjord, you may see the famous Seven Sisters waterfalls cascading down the cliffs. In autumn, we explore Hjørundfjord, hidden away in the Sunnmøre Alps. We'll also call at the scenic village of Urke. Here, you can admire thousand-year-old farms, the fjord, and the lush mountainsides. The last port of the day is Molde. In summer, there might just enough daylight to see the amazing view of the 222 mountain peaks across the fjord, called the 'Molde Panorama'. And from mid-June to late August, the streets and gardens are adorned with roses of all shades and scents, all solidifying Molde's nickname as the 'City of Roses'. Time in port: Florø: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Måløy: 05:15 am to 05:30 am, Torvik: 08:20 am to 08:30 am, Ålesund (11/01 to 05/31): 09:45 am to 08:00 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 10/31): 09:45 am to 10:00 am, Geiranger (06/01 to 08/31): 02:25 pm to 02:45 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 08/31): 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Urke (09/01 to 10/31): 12:15 pm to 03:45 pm, Ålesund (09/01 to 10/31): 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Molde: 10:35 pm to 11:05 pm.,
10/02/2024 10/02/2024
Alesund

Alesund 10/02/2024

Enjoy early morning in the breathtaking Nordfjord, near Torvik. Then, we'll sail past the West Cape for our approach to Ålesund. The city of Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and Atlanterhavsparken, one of northern Europe's largest saltwater aquariums. If you're traveling with us in spring or winter, you'll have most of the day to explore this picturesque town. In the summer, we set our course for the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, passing some of the most magnificent scenery in Norway. Once in the fjord, you may see the famous Seven Sisters waterfalls cascading down the cliffs. In autumn, we explore Hjørundfjord, hidden away in the Sunnmøre Alps. We'll also call at the scenic village of Urke. Here, you can admire thousand-year-old farms, the fjord, and the lush mountainsides. The last port of the day is Molde. In summer, there might just enough daylight to see the amazing view of the 222 mountain peaks across the fjord, called the 'Molde Panorama'. And from mid-June to late August, the streets and gardens are adorned with roses of all shades and scents, all solidifying Molde's nickname as the 'City of Roses'. Time in port: Florø: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Måløy: 05:15 am to 05:30 am, Torvik: 08:20 am to 08:30 am, Ålesund (11/01 to 05/31): 09:45 am to 08:00 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 10/31): 09:45 am to 10:00 am, Geiranger (06/01 to 08/31): 02:25 pm to 02:45 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 08/31): 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Urke (09/01 to 10/31): 12:15 pm to 03:45 pm, Ålesund (09/01 to 10/31): 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Molde: 10:35 pm to 11:05 pm.,
10/02/2024 10/02/2024
Urke

Urke 10/02/2024

Enjoy early morning in the breathtaking Nordfjord, near Torvik. Then, we'll sail past the West Cape for our approach to Ålesund. The city of Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and Atlanterhavsparken, one of northern Europe's largest saltwater aquariums. If you're traveling with us in spring or winter, you'll have most of the day to explore this picturesque town. In the summer, we set our course for the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, passing some of the most magnificent scenery in Norway. Once in the fjord, you may see the famous Seven Sisters waterfalls cascading down the cliffs. In autumn, we explore Hjørundfjord, hidden away in the Sunnmøre Alps. We'll also call at the scenic village of Urke. Here, you can admire thousand-year-old farms, the fjord, and the lush mountainsides. The last port of the day is Molde. In summer, there might just enough daylight to see the amazing view of the 222 mountain peaks across the fjord, called the 'Molde Panorama'. And from mid-June to late August, the streets and gardens are adorned with roses of all shades and scents, all solidifying Molde's nickname as the 'City of Roses'. Time in port: Florø: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Måløy: 05:15 am to 05:30 am, Torvik: 08:20 am to 08:30 am, Ålesund (11/01 to 05/31): 09:45 am to 08:00 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 10/31): 09:45 am to 10:00 am, Geiranger (06/01 to 08/31): 02:25 pm to 02:45 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 08/31): 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Urke (09/01 to 10/31): 12:15 pm to 03:45 pm, Ålesund (09/01 to 10/31): 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Molde: 10:35 pm to 11:05 pm.,
10/02/2024 10/02/2024
Molde

Molde 10/02/2024

Enjoy early morning in the breathtaking Nordfjord, near Torvik. Then, we'll sail past the West Cape for our approach to Ålesund. The city of Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and Atlanterhavsparken, one of northern Europe's largest saltwater aquariums. If you're traveling with us in spring or winter, you'll have most of the day to explore this picturesque town. In the summer, we set our course for the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, passing some of the most magnificent scenery in Norway. Once in the fjord, you may see the famous Seven Sisters waterfalls cascading down the cliffs. In autumn, we explore Hjørundfjord, hidden away in the Sunnmøre Alps. We'll also call at the scenic village of Urke. Here, you can admire thousand-year-old farms, the fjord, and the lush mountainsides. The last port of the day is Molde. In summer, there might just enough daylight to see the amazing view of the 222 mountain peaks across the fjord, called the 'Molde Panorama'. And from mid-June to late August, the streets and gardens are adorned with roses of all shades and scents, all solidifying Molde's nickname as the 'City of Roses'. Time in port: Florø: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Måløy: 05:15 am to 05:30 am, Torvik: 08:20 am to 08:30 am, Ålesund (11/01 to 05/31): 09:45 am to 08:00 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 10/31): 09:45 am to 10:00 am, Geiranger (06/01 to 08/31): 02:25 pm to 02:45 pm, Ålesund (06/01 to 08/31): 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Urke (09/01 to 10/31): 12:15 pm to 03:45 pm, Ålesund (09/01 to 10/31): 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm, Molde: 10:35 pm to 11:05 pm.,
10/02/2024 10/02/2024
Kristiansund

Kristiansund 10/03/2024

This section of the voyage brings us to the Trøndelag region of Norway, marked by crumpled hills, fields dotted with farmsteads, and low-lying coastal settlements. Magical, medieval, and modern, Trondheim was founded by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997 AD and is now Norway's third-largest city. It features a mix of historic buildings and a lively student population. You'll have three hours to explore Trondheim and its various highlights, either on your own or on one of our optional excursions. A must-see site of the city is Nidaros Cathedral, nicknamed 'Norway's Notre Dame' for its Gothic architectural style. It is considered the most sacred building in all of Norway. Next door to the cathedral is the Archbishop's Palace, where Norway's crown jewels are on display. Nearby, the old city bridge Gamle Bybro sits over Nid River, marking the entrance to the old Hanseatic district of Bakklandet. The neighborhood's colorful wooden wharves, which are propped up on stilts by the river's edge, now house trendy restaurants. Up from Bakklandet is Kristiansten Fortress, which features beautiful panoramic views of the city and fjord. In the afternoon, the ship will sail northwest, passing the ochre-colored Kjeungskjær Lighthouse, islets, and rocky reefs. After that, we'll head towards charming Rørvik. Time in port: Kristiansund: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Trondheim: 09:45 am to 12:45 pm, Rørvik: 09:40 pm to 10:00 pm.,
10/03/2024 10/03/2024
Trondheim

Trondheim 10/03/2024

This section of the voyage brings us to the Trøndelag region of Norway, marked by crumpled hills, fields dotted with farmsteads, and low-lying coastal settlements. Magical, medieval, and modern, Trondheim was founded by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997 AD and is now Norway's third-largest city. It features a mix of historic buildings and a lively student population. You'll have three hours to explore Trondheim and its various highlights, either on your own or on one of our optional excursions. A must-see site of the city is Nidaros Cathedral, nicknamed 'Norway's Notre Dame' for its Gothic architectural style. It is considered the most sacred building in all of Norway. Next door to the cathedral is the Archbishop's Palace, where Norway's crown jewels are on display. Nearby, the old city bridge Gamle Bybro sits over Nid River, marking the entrance to the old Hanseatic district of Bakklandet. The neighborhood's colorful wooden wharves, which are propped up on stilts by the river's edge, now house trendy restaurants. Up from Bakklandet is Kristiansten Fortress, which features beautiful panoramic views of the city and fjord. In the afternoon, the ship will sail northwest, passing the ochre-colored Kjeungskjær Lighthouse, islets, and rocky reefs. After that, we'll head towards charming Rørvik. Time in port: Kristiansund: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Trondheim: 09:45 am to 12:45 pm, Rørvik: 09:40 pm to 10:00 pm.,
10/03/2024 10/03/2024
Rorvik

Rorvik 10/03/2024

This section of the voyage brings us to the Trøndelag region of Norway, marked by crumpled hills, fields dotted with farmsteads, and low-lying coastal settlements. Magical, medieval, and modern, Trondheim was founded by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997 AD and is now Norway's third-largest city. It features a mix of historic buildings and a lively student population. You'll have three hours to explore Trondheim and its various highlights, either on your own or on one of our optional excursions. A must-see site of the city is Nidaros Cathedral, nicknamed 'Norway's Notre Dame' for its Gothic architectural style. It is considered the most sacred building in all of Norway. Next door to the cathedral is the Archbishop's Palace, where Norway's crown jewels are on display. Nearby, the old city bridge Gamle Bybro sits over Nid River, marking the entrance to the old Hanseatic district of Bakklandet. The neighborhood's colorful wooden wharves, which are propped up on stilts by the river's edge, now house trendy restaurants. Up from Bakklandet is Kristiansten Fortress, which features beautiful panoramic views of the city and fjord. In the afternoon, the ship will sail northwest, passing the ochre-colored Kjeungskjær Lighthouse, islets, and rocky reefs. After that, we'll head towards charming Rørvik. Time in port: Kristiansund: 02:45 am to 03:00 am, Trondheim: 09:45 am to 12:45 pm, Rørvik: 09:40 pm to 10:00 pm.,
10/03/2024 10/03/2024
Bronnoysund

Bronnoysund 10/04/2024

We cross the Arctic Circle early in the morning, beginning your Arctic tour of Norway. We mark the moment with a traditional ceremony that's sure to wake you up! North of the Arctic Circle in summer, you can enjoy the sun 24 hours a day, while in winter, your chances of seeing the Northern Lights greatly improve. At 10 am, we'll dock in Ørnes, near Norway's second-largest glacier, Svartisen. The pier here is popular for the 'Love Bench', where sweethearts declare their lasting romance with a padlock. Then, we'll sail to Bodø, Northern Norway's second-largest city, overlooked by the Børvass peaks. Admire fabulous street art or join an optional boat excursion to Saltstraumen, the world's most powerful maelstrom. The ship enters the Lofoten archipelago in the afternoon. The Lofoten Wall, standing over 3,200 feet tall, is a stunning sight on the horizon. Stamsund is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the islands, which is busiest between January and April, when the Arctic cod—known locally as skrei—swim from the Barents Sea in the north down to Vestfjord to spawn. This evening, you'll know you've arrived in the pretty harbor of Svolvær when you see rows of traditional fisherman's huts on stilts, known as rorbuer. This is the main town of the Lofoten archipelago. Time in port: Brønnøysund: 01:35 am to 01:45 am, Sandnessjøen: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Nesna: 06:00 am to 06:10 am, Ørnes: 10:00 am to 10:10 am, Bodø: 01:05 pm to 03:20 pm, Stamsund: 07:15 pm to 07:40 pm, Svolvær: 09:20 pm to 10:15 pm.,
10/04/2024 10/04/2024
Sandnessjoen

Sandnessjoen 10/04/2024

We cross the Arctic Circle early in the morning, beginning your Arctic tour of Norway. We mark the moment with a traditional ceremony that's sure to wake you up! North of the Arctic Circle in summer, you can enjoy the sun 24 hours a day, while in winter, your chances of seeing the Northern Lights greatly improve. At 10 am, we'll dock in Ørnes, near Norway's second-largest glacier, Svartisen. The pier here is popular for the 'Love Bench', where sweethearts declare their lasting romance with a padlock. Then, we'll sail to Bodø, Northern Norway's second-largest city, overlooked by the Børvass peaks. Admire fabulous street art or join an optional boat excursion to Saltstraumen, the world's most powerful maelstrom. The ship enters the Lofoten archipelago in the afternoon. The Lofoten Wall, standing over 3,200 feet tall, is a stunning sight on the horizon. Stamsund is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the islands, which is busiest between January and April, when the Arctic cod—known locally as skrei—swim from the Barents Sea in the north down to Vestfjord to spawn. This evening, you'll know you've arrived in the pretty harbor of Svolvær when you see rows of traditional fisherman's huts on stilts, known as rorbuer. This is the main town of the Lofoten archipelago. Time in port: Brønnøysund: 01:35 am to 01:45 am, Sandnessjøen: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Nesna: 06:00 am to 06:10 am, Ørnes: 10:00 am to 10:10 am, Bodø: 01:05 pm to 03:20 pm, Stamsund: 07:15 pm to 07:40 pm, Svolvær: 09:20 pm to 10:15 pm.,
10/04/2024 10/04/2024
Nesna

Nesna 10/04/2024

We cross the Arctic Circle early in the morning, beginning your Arctic tour of Norway. We mark the moment with a traditional ceremony that's sure to wake you up! North of the Arctic Circle in summer, you can enjoy the sun 24 hours a day, while in winter, your chances of seeing the Northern Lights greatly improve. At 10 am, we'll dock in Ørnes, near Norway's second-largest glacier, Svartisen. The pier here is popular for the 'Love Bench', where sweethearts declare their lasting romance with a padlock. Then, we'll sail to Bodø, Northern Norway's second-largest city, overlooked by the Børvass peaks. Admire fabulous street art or join an optional boat excursion to Saltstraumen, the world's most powerful maelstrom. The ship enters the Lofoten archipelago in the afternoon. The Lofoten Wall, standing over 3,200 feet tall, is a stunning sight on the horizon. Stamsund is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the islands, which is busiest between January and April, when the Arctic cod—known locally as skrei—swim from the Barents Sea in the north down to Vestfjord to spawn. This evening, you'll know you've arrived in the pretty harbor of Svolvær when you see rows of traditional fisherman's huts on stilts, known as rorbuer. This is the main town of the Lofoten archipelago. Time in port: Brønnøysund: 01:35 am to 01:45 am, Sandnessjøen: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Nesna: 06:00 am to 06:10 am, Ørnes: 10:00 am to 10:10 am, Bodø: 01:05 pm to 03:20 pm, Stamsund: 07:15 pm to 07:40 pm, Svolvær: 09:20 pm to 10:15 pm.,
10/04/2024 10/04/2024
Ornes

Ornes 10/04/2024

We cross the Arctic Circle early in the morning, beginning your Arctic tour of Norway. We mark the moment with a traditional ceremony that's sure to wake you up! North of the Arctic Circle in summer, you can enjoy the sun 24 hours a day, while in winter, your chances of seeing the Northern Lights greatly improve. At 10 am, we'll dock in Ørnes, near Norway's second-largest glacier, Svartisen. The pier here is popular for the 'Love Bench', where sweethearts declare their lasting romance with a padlock. Then, we'll sail to Bodø, Northern Norway's second-largest city, overlooked by the Børvass peaks. Admire fabulous street art or join an optional boat excursion to Saltstraumen, the world's most powerful maelstrom. The ship enters the Lofoten archipelago in the afternoon. The Lofoten Wall, standing over 3,200 feet tall, is a stunning sight on the horizon. Stamsund is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the islands, which is busiest between January and April, when the Arctic cod—known locally as skrei—swim from the Barents Sea in the north down to Vestfjord to spawn. This evening, you'll know you've arrived in the pretty harbor of Svolvær when you see rows of traditional fisherman's huts on stilts, known as rorbuer. This is the main town of the Lofoten archipelago. Time in port: Brønnøysund: 01:35 am to 01:45 am, Sandnessjøen: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Nesna: 06:00 am to 06:10 am, Ørnes: 10:00 am to 10:10 am, Bodø: 01:05 pm to 03:20 pm, Stamsund: 07:15 pm to 07:40 pm, Svolvær: 09:20 pm to 10:15 pm.,
10/04/2024 10/04/2024
Bodo

Bodo 10/04/2024

We cross the Arctic Circle early in the morning, beginning your Arctic tour of Norway. We mark the moment with a traditional ceremony that's sure to wake you up! North of the Arctic Circle in summer, you can enjoy the sun 24 hours a day, while in winter, your chances of seeing the Northern Lights greatly improve. At 10 am, we'll dock in Ørnes, near Norway's second-largest glacier, Svartisen. The pier here is popular for the 'Love Bench', where sweethearts declare their lasting romance with a padlock. Then, we'll sail to Bodø, Northern Norway's second-largest city, overlooked by the Børvass peaks. Admire fabulous street art or join an optional boat excursion to Saltstraumen, the world's most powerful maelstrom. The ship enters the Lofoten archipelago in the afternoon. The Lofoten Wall, standing over 3,200 feet tall, is a stunning sight on the horizon. Stamsund is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the islands, which is busiest between January and April, when the Arctic cod—known locally as skrei—swim from the Barents Sea in the north down to Vestfjord to spawn. This evening, you'll know you've arrived in the pretty harbor of Svolvær when you see rows of traditional fisherman's huts on stilts, known as rorbuer. This is the main town of the Lofoten archipelago. Time in port: Brønnøysund: 01:35 am to 01:45 am, Sandnessjøen: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Nesna: 06:00 am to 06:10 am, Ørnes: 10:00 am to 10:10 am, Bodø: 01:05 pm to 03:20 pm, Stamsund: 07:15 pm to 07:40 pm, Svolvær: 09:20 pm to 10:15 pm.,
10/04/2024 10/04/2024
Stamsund

Stamsund 10/04/2024

We cross the Arctic Circle early in the morning, beginning your Arctic tour of Norway. We mark the moment with a traditional ceremony that's sure to wake you up! North of the Arctic Circle in summer, you can enjoy the sun 24 hours a day, while in winter, your chances of seeing the Northern Lights greatly improve. At 10 am, we'll dock in Ørnes, near Norway's second-largest glacier, Svartisen. The pier here is popular for the 'Love Bench', where sweethearts declare their lasting romance with a padlock. Then, we'll sail to Bodø, Northern Norway's second-largest city, overlooked by the Børvass peaks. Admire fabulous street art or join an optional boat excursion to Saltstraumen, the world's most powerful maelstrom. The ship enters the Lofoten archipelago in the afternoon. The Lofoten Wall, standing over 3,200 feet tall, is a stunning sight on the horizon. Stamsund is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the islands, which is busiest between January and April, when the Arctic cod—known locally as skrei—swim from the Barents Sea in the north down to Vestfjord to spawn. This evening, you'll know you've arrived in the pretty harbor of Svolvær when you see rows of traditional fisherman's huts on stilts, known as rorbuer. This is the main town of the Lofoten archipelago. Time in port: Brønnøysund: 01:35 am to 01:45 am, Sandnessjøen: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Nesna: 06:00 am to 06:10 am, Ørnes: 10:00 am to 10:10 am, Bodø: 01:05 pm to 03:20 pm, Stamsund: 07:15 pm to 07:40 pm, Svolvær: 09:20 pm to 10:15 pm.,
10/04/2024 10/04/2024
Svolvaer

Svolvaer 10/04/2024

We cross the Arctic Circle early in the morning, beginning your Arctic tour of Norway. We mark the moment with a traditional ceremony that's sure to wake you up! North of the Arctic Circle in summer, you can enjoy the sun 24 hours a day, while in winter, your chances of seeing the Northern Lights greatly improve. At 10 am, we'll dock in Ørnes, near Norway's second-largest glacier, Svartisen. The pier here is popular for the 'Love Bench', where sweethearts declare their lasting romance with a padlock. Then, we'll sail to Bodø, Northern Norway's second-largest city, overlooked by the Børvass peaks. Admire fabulous street art or join an optional boat excursion to Saltstraumen, the world's most powerful maelstrom. The ship enters the Lofoten archipelago in the afternoon. The Lofoten Wall, standing over 3,200 feet tall, is a stunning sight on the horizon. Stamsund is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the islands, which is busiest between January and April, when the Arctic cod—known locally as skrei—swim from the Barents Sea in the north down to Vestfjord to spawn. This evening, you'll know you've arrived in the pretty harbor of Svolvær when you see rows of traditional fisherman's huts on stilts, known as rorbuer. This is the main town of the Lofoten archipelago. Time in port: Brønnøysund: 01:35 am to 01:45 am, Sandnessjøen: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Nesna: 06:00 am to 06:10 am, Ørnes: 10:00 am to 10:10 am, Bodø: 01:05 pm to 03:20 pm, Stamsund: 07:15 pm to 07:40 pm, Svolvær: 09:20 pm to 10:15 pm.,
10/04/2024 10/04/2024
Stokmarknes

Stokmarknes 10/05/2024

We dock in Harstad just after 7 am. Feel free to have a peaceful early morning stroll around town. The ship will then continue to Finnsnes, which connects the beautiful island of Senja via the impressive Gisund Bridge. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of seabirds, including puffins, as there are several colonies nearby. You may also spot whales in the waters here, especially during the winter season. Then, we'll sail to the historic Arctic exploration capital of Tromsø, where you'll have four hours to explore the city or join an optional excursion. You'll find Polaria (the world's northernmost aquarium) and the nice waterfront. Pop in to one of the many shops and restaurants in the city center, including Mack Brewery and the Ølhallen pub, a favorite local watering hole. There are also trendy cafés offering delicious cinnamon buns and where baristas create innovative coffee-foam art. Across the fjord from where the ship docks, check out the iconic Arctic Cathedral, with its beautiful stained-glass mosaic. Leaving Tromsø in the early evening, we'll head north for the trading post of Skjervøy, founded in 1622. On our way, we'll pass the Lyngen Alps, which rise majestically from the sea. Time in port: Stokmarknes: 01:30 am to 01:40 am, Sortland: 02:55 am to 03:10 am, Risøyhamn: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Harstad: 07:10 am to 07:45 am, Finnsnes: 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Tromsø: 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm, Skjervøy: 10:10 pm to 10:25 pm.,
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Sortland

Sortland 10/05/2024

We dock in Harstad just after 7 am. Feel free to have a peaceful early morning stroll around town. The ship will then continue to Finnsnes, which connects the beautiful island of Senja via the impressive Gisund Bridge. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of seabirds, including puffins, as there are several colonies nearby. You may also spot whales in the waters here, especially during the winter season. Then, we'll sail to the historic Arctic exploration capital of Tromsø, where you'll have four hours to explore the city or join an optional excursion. You'll find Polaria (the world's northernmost aquarium) and the nice waterfront. Pop in to one of the many shops and restaurants in the city center, including Mack Brewery and the Ølhallen pub, a favorite local watering hole. There are also trendy cafés offering delicious cinnamon buns and where baristas create innovative coffee-foam art. Across the fjord from where the ship docks, check out the iconic Arctic Cathedral, with its beautiful stained-glass mosaic. Leaving Tromsø in the early evening, we'll head north for the trading post of Skjervøy, founded in 1622. On our way, we'll pass the Lyngen Alps, which rise majestically from the sea. Time in port: Stokmarknes: 01:30 am to 01:40 am, Sortland: 02:55 am to 03:10 am, Risøyhamn: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Harstad: 07:10 am to 07:45 am, Finnsnes: 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Tromsø: 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm, Skjervøy: 10:10 pm to 10:25 pm.,
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Risoyhamn

Risoyhamn 10/05/2024

We dock in Harstad just after 7 am. Feel free to have a peaceful early morning stroll around town. The ship will then continue to Finnsnes, which connects the beautiful island of Senja via the impressive Gisund Bridge. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of seabirds, including puffins, as there are several colonies nearby. You may also spot whales in the waters here, especially during the winter season. Then, we'll sail to the historic Arctic exploration capital of Tromsø, where you'll have four hours to explore the city or join an optional excursion. You'll find Polaria (the world's northernmost aquarium) and the nice waterfront. Pop in to one of the many shops and restaurants in the city center, including Mack Brewery and the Ølhallen pub, a favorite local watering hole. There are also trendy cafés offering delicious cinnamon buns and where baristas create innovative coffee-foam art. Across the fjord from where the ship docks, check out the iconic Arctic Cathedral, with its beautiful stained-glass mosaic. Leaving Tromsø in the early evening, we'll head north for the trading post of Skjervøy, founded in 1622. On our way, we'll pass the Lyngen Alps, which rise majestically from the sea. Time in port: Stokmarknes: 01:30 am to 01:40 am, Sortland: 02:55 am to 03:10 am, Risøyhamn: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Harstad: 07:10 am to 07:45 am, Finnsnes: 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Tromsø: 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm, Skjervøy: 10:10 pm to 10:25 pm.,
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Harstad

Harstad 10/05/2024

We dock in Harstad just after 7 am. Feel free to have a peaceful early morning stroll around town. The ship will then continue to Finnsnes, which connects the beautiful island of Senja via the impressive Gisund Bridge. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of seabirds, including puffins, as there are several colonies nearby. You may also spot whales in the waters here, especially during the winter season. Then, we'll sail to the historic Arctic exploration capital of Tromsø, where you'll have four hours to explore the city or join an optional excursion. You'll find Polaria (the world's northernmost aquarium) and the nice waterfront. Pop in to one of the many shops and restaurants in the city center, including Mack Brewery and the Ølhallen pub, a favorite local watering hole. There are also trendy cafés offering delicious cinnamon buns and where baristas create innovative coffee-foam art. Across the fjord from where the ship docks, check out the iconic Arctic Cathedral, with its beautiful stained-glass mosaic. Leaving Tromsø in the early evening, we'll head north for the trading post of Skjervøy, founded in 1622. On our way, we'll pass the Lyngen Alps, which rise majestically from the sea. Time in port: Stokmarknes: 01:30 am to 01:40 am, Sortland: 02:55 am to 03:10 am, Risøyhamn: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Harstad: 07:10 am to 07:45 am, Finnsnes: 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Tromsø: 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm, Skjervøy: 10:10 pm to 10:25 pm.,
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Finnsnes

Finnsnes 10/05/2024

We dock in Harstad just after 7 am. Feel free to have a peaceful early morning stroll around town. The ship will then continue to Finnsnes, which connects the beautiful island of Senja via the impressive Gisund Bridge. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of seabirds, including puffins, as there are several colonies nearby. You may also spot whales in the waters here, especially during the winter season. Then, we'll sail to the historic Arctic exploration capital of Tromsø, where you'll have four hours to explore the city or join an optional excursion. You'll find Polaria (the world's northernmost aquarium) and the nice waterfront. Pop in to one of the many shops and restaurants in the city center, including Mack Brewery and the Ølhallen pub, a favorite local watering hole. There are also trendy cafés offering delicious cinnamon buns and where baristas create innovative coffee-foam art. Across the fjord from where the ship docks, check out the iconic Arctic Cathedral, with its beautiful stained-glass mosaic. Leaving Tromsø in the early evening, we'll head north for the trading post of Skjervøy, founded in 1622. On our way, we'll pass the Lyngen Alps, which rise majestically from the sea. Time in port: Stokmarknes: 01:30 am to 01:40 am, Sortland: 02:55 am to 03:10 am, Risøyhamn: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Harstad: 07:10 am to 07:45 am, Finnsnes: 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Tromsø: 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm, Skjervøy: 10:10 pm to 10:25 pm.,
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Tromso

Tromso 10/05/2024

We dock in Harstad just after 7 am. Feel free to have a peaceful early morning stroll around town. The ship will then continue to Finnsnes, which connects the beautiful island of Senja via the impressive Gisund Bridge. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of seabirds, including puffins, as there are several colonies nearby. You may also spot whales in the waters here, especially during the winter season. Then, we'll sail to the historic Arctic exploration capital of Tromsø, where you'll have four hours to explore the city or join an optional excursion. You'll find Polaria (the world's northernmost aquarium) and the nice waterfront. Pop in to one of the many shops and restaurants in the city center, including Mack Brewery and the Ølhallen pub, a favorite local watering hole. There are also trendy cafés offering delicious cinnamon buns and where baristas create innovative coffee-foam art. Across the fjord from where the ship docks, check out the iconic Arctic Cathedral, with its beautiful stained-glass mosaic. Leaving Tromsø in the early evening, we'll head north for the trading post of Skjervøy, founded in 1622. On our way, we'll pass the Lyngen Alps, which rise majestically from the sea. Time in port: Stokmarknes: 01:30 am to 01:40 am, Sortland: 02:55 am to 03:10 am, Risøyhamn: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Harstad: 07:10 am to 07:45 am, Finnsnes: 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Tromsø: 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm, Skjervøy: 10:10 pm to 10:25 pm.,
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Skjervoy

Skjervoy 10/05/2024

We dock in Harstad just after 7 am. Feel free to have a peaceful early morning stroll around town. The ship will then continue to Finnsnes, which connects the beautiful island of Senja via the impressive Gisund Bridge. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of seabirds, including puffins, as there are several colonies nearby. You may also spot whales in the waters here, especially during the winter season. Then, we'll sail to the historic Arctic exploration capital of Tromsø, where you'll have four hours to explore the city or join an optional excursion. You'll find Polaria (the world's northernmost aquarium) and the nice waterfront. Pop in to one of the many shops and restaurants in the city center, including Mack Brewery and the Ølhallen pub, a favorite local watering hole. There are also trendy cafés offering delicious cinnamon buns and where baristas create innovative coffee-foam art. Across the fjord from where the ship docks, check out the iconic Arctic Cathedral, with its beautiful stained-glass mosaic. Leaving Tromsø in the early evening, we'll head north for the trading post of Skjervøy, founded in 1622. On our way, we'll pass the Lyngen Alps, which rise majestically from the sea. Time in port: Stokmarknes: 01:30 am to 01:40 am, Sortland: 02:55 am to 03:10 am, Risøyhamn: 04:35 am to 04:50 am, Harstad: 07:10 am to 07:45 am, Finnsnes: 11:00 am to 11:30 am, Tromsø: 2:15 pm to 6:15 pm, Skjervøy: 10:10 pm to 10:25 pm.,
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Oksfjord

Oksfjord 10/06/2024

The ship reaches the town of Hammerfest on the island of Kvaløya early in the morning. In the summer, herds of reindeer migrate to the island by the thousands. You'll know we've reached Havøysund when you see the wind turbines of the landmark Havøygavlen wind farm, which produces enough electricity to power 6,000 local homes. In the mid-morning, we'll arrive at Honningsvåg, the gateway to the North Cape, where a globe monument marks the top of continental Europe. The optional excursion up to the dramatic promontory is very popular, so you'll want to book early. Near the entrance of the Kjøllefjord village, look out for the striking, building-like rock formation Finnkirka, an ancient sacrificial site once used by the indigenous Sámi. You can join an optional excursion to meet local Sámi, learn about their reindeer-herding life, and listen to joik folk songs. We'll reach our northernmost port of call, Mehamn, in the evening. If you're visiting during the months of February and March, you might spot cod drying on outdoor wooden racks, called hjell, mainly destined for export. The ship then sets off for Berlevåg. On the way, we'll pass the tall Slettnes Lighthouse, the planet's northernmost mainland lighthouse. Time in port: Øksfjord: 01:50 am to 02:00 am, Hammerfest: 05:05 am to 05:45 am, Havøysund: 08:30 am to 08:45 am, Honningsvåg: 10:55 am to 02:30 pm, Kjøllefjord: 04:40 pm to 05:00 pm, Mehamn: 06:55 pm to 07:15 pm, Berlevåg: 10:00 pm to 10:10 pm.,
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Hammerfest

Hammerfest 10/06/2024

The ship reaches the town of Hammerfest on the island of Kvaløya early in the morning. In the summer, herds of reindeer migrate to the island by the thousands. You'll know we've reached Havøysund when you see the wind turbines of the landmark Havøygavlen wind farm, which produces enough electricity to power 6,000 local homes. In the mid-morning, we'll arrive at Honningsvåg, the gateway to the North Cape, where a globe monument marks the top of continental Europe. The optional excursion up to the dramatic promontory is very popular, so you'll want to book early. Near the entrance of the Kjøllefjord village, look out for the striking, building-like rock formation Finnkirka, an ancient sacrificial site once used by the indigenous Sámi. You can join an optional excursion to meet local Sámi, learn about their reindeer-herding life, and listen to joik folk songs. We'll reach our northernmost port of call, Mehamn, in the evening. If you're visiting during the months of February and March, you might spot cod drying on outdoor wooden racks, called hjell, mainly destined for export. The ship then sets off for Berlevåg. On the way, we'll pass the tall Slettnes Lighthouse, the planet's northernmost mainland lighthouse. Time in port: Øksfjord: 01:50 am to 02:00 am, Hammerfest: 05:05 am to 05:45 am, Havøysund: 08:30 am to 08:45 am, Honningsvåg: 10:55 am to 02:30 pm, Kjøllefjord: 04:40 pm to 05:00 pm, Mehamn: 06:55 pm to 07:15 pm, Berlevåg: 10:00 pm to 10:10 pm.,
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Havoysund

Havoysund 10/06/2024

The ship reaches the town of Hammerfest on the island of Kvaløya early in the morning. In the summer, herds of reindeer migrate to the island by the thousands. You'll know we've reached Havøysund when you see the wind turbines of the landmark Havøygavlen wind farm, which produces enough electricity to power 6,000 local homes. In the mid-morning, we'll arrive at Honningsvåg, the gateway to the North Cape, where a globe monument marks the top of continental Europe. The optional excursion up to the dramatic promontory is very popular, so you'll want to book early. Near the entrance of the Kjøllefjord village, look out for the striking, building-like rock formation Finnkirka, an ancient sacrificial site once used by the indigenous Sámi. You can join an optional excursion to meet local Sámi, learn about their reindeer-herding life, and listen to joik folk songs. We'll reach our northernmost port of call, Mehamn, in the evening. If you're visiting during the months of February and March, you might spot cod drying on outdoor wooden racks, called hjell, mainly destined for export. The ship then sets off for Berlevåg. On the way, we'll pass the tall Slettnes Lighthouse, the planet's northernmost mainland lighthouse. Time in port: Øksfjord: 01:50 am to 02:00 am, Hammerfest: 05:05 am to 05:45 am, Havøysund: 08:30 am to 08:45 am, Honningsvåg: 10:55 am to 02:30 pm, Kjøllefjord: 04:40 pm to 05:00 pm, Mehamn: 06:55 pm to 07:15 pm, Berlevåg: 10:00 pm to 10:10 pm.,
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North Cape (Honningsvag)

North Cape (Honningsvag) 10/06/2024

The ship reaches the town of Hammerfest on the island of Kvaløya early in the morning. In the summer, herds of reindeer migrate to the island by the thousands. You'll know we've reached Havøysund when you see the wind turbines of the landmark Havøygavlen wind farm, which produces enough electricity to power 6,000 local homes. In the mid-morning, we'll arrive at Honningsvåg, the gateway to the North Cape, where a globe monument marks the top of continental Europe. The optional excursion up to the dramatic promontory is very popular, so you'll want to book early. Near the entrance of the Kjøllefjord village, look out for the striking, building-like rock formation Finnkirka, an ancient sacrificial site once used by the indigenous Sámi. You can join an optional excursion to meet local Sámi, learn about their reindeer-herding life, and listen to joik folk songs. We'll reach our northernmost port of call, Mehamn, in the evening. If you're visiting during the months of February and March, you might spot cod drying on outdoor wooden racks, called hjell, mainly destined for export. The ship then sets off for Berlevåg. On the way, we'll pass the tall Slettnes Lighthouse, the planet's northernmost mainland lighthouse. Time in port: Øksfjord: 01:50 am to 02:00 am, Hammerfest: 05:05 am to 05:45 am, Havøysund: 08:30 am to 08:45 am, Honningsvåg: 10:55 am to 02:30 pm, Kjøllefjord: 04:40 pm to 05:00 pm, Mehamn: 06:55 pm to 07:15 pm, Berlevåg: 10:00 pm to 10:10 pm.,
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Kjollefjord

Kjollefjord 10/06/2024

The ship reaches the town of Hammerfest on the island of Kvaløya early in the morning. In the summer, herds of reindeer migrate to the island by the thousands. You'll know we've reached Havøysund when you see the wind turbines of the landmark Havøygavlen wind farm, which produces enough electricity to power 6,000 local homes. In the mid-morning, we'll arrive at Honningsvåg, the gateway to the North Cape, where a globe monument marks the top of continental Europe. The optional excursion up to the dramatic promontory is very popular, so you'll want to book early. Near the entrance of the Kjøllefjord village, look out for the striking, building-like rock formation Finnkirka, an ancient sacrificial site once used by the indigenous Sámi. You can join an optional excursion to meet local Sámi, learn about their reindeer-herding life, and listen to joik folk songs. We'll reach our northernmost port of call, Mehamn, in the evening. If you're visiting during the months of February and March, you might spot cod drying on outdoor wooden racks, called hjell, mainly destined for export. The ship then sets off for Berlevåg. On the way, we'll pass the tall Slettnes Lighthouse, the planet's northernmost mainland lighthouse. Time in port: Øksfjord: 01:50 am to 02:00 am, Hammerfest: 05:05 am to 05:45 am, Havøysund: 08:30 am to 08:45 am, Honningsvåg: 10:55 am to 02:30 pm, Kjøllefjord: 04:40 pm to 05:00 pm, Mehamn: 06:55 pm to 07:15 pm, Berlevåg: 10:00 pm to 10:10 pm.,
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Mehamn

Mehamn 10/06/2024

The ship reaches the town of Hammerfest on the island of Kvaløya early in the morning. In the summer, herds of reindeer migrate to the island by the thousands. You'll know we've reached Havøysund when you see the wind turbines of the landmark Havøygavlen wind farm, which produces enough electricity to power 6,000 local homes. In the mid-morning, we'll arrive at Honningsvåg, the gateway to the North Cape, where a globe monument marks the top of continental Europe. The optional excursion up to the dramatic promontory is very popular, so you'll want to book early. Near the entrance of the Kjøllefjord village, look out for the striking, building-like rock formation Finnkirka, an ancient sacrificial site once used by the indigenous Sámi. You can join an optional excursion to meet local Sámi, learn about their reindeer-herding life, and listen to joik folk songs. We'll reach our northernmost port of call, Mehamn, in the evening. If you're visiting during the months of February and March, you might spot cod drying on outdoor wooden racks, called hjell, mainly destined for export. The ship then sets off for Berlevåg. On the way, we'll pass the tall Slettnes Lighthouse, the planet's northernmost mainland lighthouse. Time in port: Øksfjord: 01:50 am to 02:00 am, Hammerfest: 05:05 am to 05:45 am, Havøysund: 08:30 am to 08:45 am, Honningsvåg: 10:55 am to 02:30 pm, Kjøllefjord: 04:40 pm to 05:00 pm, Mehamn: 06:55 pm to 07:15 pm, Berlevåg: 10:00 pm to 10:10 pm.,
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Berlevag

Berlevag 10/06/2024

The ship reaches the town of Hammerfest on the island of Kvaløya early in the morning. In the summer, herds of reindeer migrate to the island by the thousands. You'll know we've reached Havøysund when you see the wind turbines of the landmark Havøygavlen wind farm, which produces enough electricity to power 6,000 local homes. In the mid-morning, we'll arrive at Honningsvåg, the gateway to the North Cape, where a globe monument marks the top of continental Europe. The optional excursion up to the dramatic promontory is very popular, so you'll want to book early. Near the entrance of the Kjøllefjord village, look out for the striking, building-like rock formation Finnkirka, an ancient sacrificial site once used by the indigenous Sámi. You can join an optional excursion to meet local Sámi, learn about their reindeer-herding life, and listen to joik folk songs. We'll reach our northernmost port of call, Mehamn, in the evening. If you're visiting during the months of February and March, you might spot cod drying on outdoor wooden racks, called hjell, mainly destined for export. The ship then sets off for Berlevåg. On the way, we'll pass the tall Slettnes Lighthouse, the planet's northernmost mainland lighthouse. Time in port: Øksfjord: 01:50 am to 02:00 am, Hammerfest: 05:05 am to 05:45 am, Havøysund: 08:30 am to 08:45 am, Honningsvåg: 10:55 am to 02:30 pm, Kjøllefjord: 04:40 pm to 05:00 pm, Mehamn: 06:55 pm to 07:15 pm, Berlevåg: 10:00 pm to 10:10 pm.,
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Batsfjord

Batsfjord 10/07/2024

We call at Båtsfjord and Vardø during the night, before docking at Vadsø early in the morning. The area around Vadsø is one of the most scenic and popular birdwatching spots in the Arctic, lying directly under the migration path of birds flying from east to west. Watch for Hooded Crows and Sea Eagles. By the time we reach Kirkenes after breakfast, you'll have traveled farther east than St. Petersburg and Istanbul! You'll have many optional excursions to choose from to explore the area. Kirkenes is just a few miles from the Russian border. This neighbor has had many influences on Norway, from road signs in both Norwegian and Russian to a monthly Russian market and the World War II Russian Monument. The journey's turning point is Kirkenes, where the Norwegian Coastal Express changes direction and the ship heads south. Several of the places we stopped at during the night we'll now see during the day. Back in Vardø, visit the solemn Witches' Monument and the star-shaped Vardøhus Fortress, built in 1737. The northernmost fortification of any kind, it remains in use by the military to this day. We'll return to the small, bustling port of Båtsfjord and then make for Berlevåg in the late evening, crossing paths with the northbound ship. Time in port: Båtsfjord: 12:00 am to 12:30 am, Vardø: 03:30 am to 03:45 am, Vadsø: 06:55 am to 07:10 am, Kirkenes: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm, Vardø: 04:05 pm to 05:00 pm, Båtsfjord: 08:00 pm to 08:30 pm, Berlevåg: 10:25 pm to 10:35 pm.,
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Vardo

Vardo 10/07/2024

We call at Båtsfjord and Vardø during the night, before docking at Vadsø early in the morning. The area around Vadsø is one of the most scenic and popular birdwatching spots in the Arctic, lying directly under the migration path of birds flying from east to west. Watch for Hooded Crows and Sea Eagles. By the time we reach Kirkenes after breakfast, you'll have traveled farther east than St. Petersburg and Istanbul! You'll have many optional excursions to choose from to explore the area. Kirkenes is just a few miles from the Russian border. This neighbor has had many influences on Norway, from road signs in both Norwegian and Russian to a monthly Russian market and the World War II Russian Monument. The journey's turning point is Kirkenes, where the Norwegian Coastal Express changes direction and the ship heads south. Several of the places we stopped at during the night we'll now see during the day. Back in Vardø, visit the solemn Witches' Monument and the star-shaped Vardøhus Fortress, built in 1737. The northernmost fortification of any kind, it remains in use by the military to this day. We'll return to the small, bustling port of Båtsfjord and then make for Berlevåg in the late evening, crossing paths with the northbound ship. Time in port: Båtsfjord: 12:00 am to 12:30 am, Vardø: 03:30 am to 03:45 am, Vadsø: 06:55 am to 07:10 am, Kirkenes: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm, Vardø: 04:05 pm to 05:00 pm, Båtsfjord: 08:00 pm to 08:30 pm, Berlevåg: 10:25 pm to 10:35 pm.,
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Vadso

Vadso 10/07/2024

We call at Båtsfjord and Vardø during the night, before docking at Vadsø early in the morning. The area around Vadsø is one of the most scenic and popular birdwatching spots in the Arctic, lying directly under the migration path of birds flying from east to west. Watch for Hooded Crows and Sea Eagles. By the time we reach Kirkenes after breakfast, you'll have traveled farther east than St. Petersburg and Istanbul! You'll have many optional excursions to choose from to explore the area. Kirkenes is just a few miles from the Russian border. This neighbor has had many influences on Norway, from road signs in both Norwegian and Russian to a monthly Russian market and the World War II Russian Monument. The journey's turning point is Kirkenes, where the Norwegian Coastal Express changes direction and the ship heads south. Several of the places we stopped at during the night we'll now see during the day. Back in Vardø, visit the solemn Witches' Monument and the star-shaped Vardøhus Fortress, built in 1737. The northernmost fortification of any kind, it remains in use by the military to this day. We'll return to the small, bustling port of Båtsfjord and then make for Berlevåg in the late evening, crossing paths with the northbound ship. Time in port: Båtsfjord: 12:00 am to 12:30 am, Vardø: 03:30 am to 03:45 am, Vadsø: 06:55 am to 07:10 am, Kirkenes: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm, Vardø: 04:05 pm to 05:00 pm, Båtsfjord: 08:00 pm to 08:30 pm, Berlevåg: 10:25 pm to 10:35 pm.,
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Kirkenes

Kirkenes 10/07/2024

We call at Båtsfjord and Vardø during the night, before docking at Vadsø early in the morning. The area around Vadsø is one of the most scenic and popular birdwatching spots in the Arctic, lying directly under the migration path of birds flying from east to west. Watch for Hooded Crows and Sea Eagles. By the time we reach Kirkenes after breakfast, you'll have traveled farther east than St. Petersburg and Istanbul! You'll have many optional excursions to choose from to explore the area. Kirkenes is just a few miles from the Russian border. This neighbor has had many influences on Norway, from road signs in both Norwegian and Russian to a monthly Russian market and the World War II Russian Monument. The journey's turning point is Kirkenes, where the Norwegian Coastal Express changes direction and the ship heads south. Several of the places we stopped at during the night we'll now see during the day. Back in Vardø, visit the solemn Witches' Monument and the star-shaped Vardøhus Fortress, built in 1737. The northernmost fortification of any kind, it remains in use by the military to this day. We'll return to the small, bustling port of Båtsfjord and then make for Berlevåg in the late evening, crossing paths with the northbound ship. Time in port: Båtsfjord: 12:00 am to 12:30 am, Vardø: 03:30 am to 03:45 am, Vadsø: 06:55 am to 07:10 am, Kirkenes: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm, Vardø: 04:05 pm to 05:00 pm, Båtsfjord: 08:00 pm to 08:30 pm, Berlevåg: 10:25 pm to 10:35 pm.,
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Berlevag

Berlevag 10/07/2024

We call at Båtsfjord and Vardø during the night, before docking at Vadsø early in the morning. The area around Vadsø is one of the most scenic and popular birdwatching spots in the Arctic, lying directly under the migration path of birds flying from east to west. Watch for Hooded Crows and Sea Eagles. By the time we reach Kirkenes after breakfast, you'll have traveled farther east than St. Petersburg and Istanbul! You'll have many optional excursions to choose from to explore the area. Kirkenes is just a few miles from the Russian border. This neighbor has had many influences on Norway, from road signs in both Norwegian and Russian to a monthly Russian market and the World War II Russian Monument. The journey's turning point is Kirkenes, where the Norwegian Coastal Express changes direction and the ship heads south. Several of the places we stopped at during the night we'll now see during the day. Back in Vardø, visit the solemn Witches' Monument and the star-shaped Vardøhus Fortress, built in 1737. The northernmost fortification of any kind, it remains in use by the military to this day. We'll return to the small, bustling port of Båtsfjord and then make for Berlevåg in the late evening, crossing paths with the northbound ship. Time in port: Båtsfjord: 12:00 am to 12:30 am, Vardø: 03:30 am to 03:45 am, Vadsø: 06:55 am to 07:10 am, Kirkenes: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm, Vardø: 04:05 pm to 05:00 pm, Båtsfjord: 08:00 pm to 08:30 pm, Berlevåg: 10:25 pm to 10:35 pm.,
10/07/2024 10/07/2024
Mehamn

Mehamn 10/08/2024

We make stops at Mehamn and Kjøllefjord during the night before early-morning visits to Honningsvåg and Havøysund. In the early afternoon, you'll spend time in Hammerfest, once the northernmost town in the world (until Longyearbyen in Svalbard claimed the title). Check out the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Meridian Column, shop for souvenirs at the Polar Bear Society, or take the path behind the town to the viewpoint on Mount Salen. We'll continue cruising Norway's coastline south to Øksfjord and then continue to Skjervøy, surrounded by mountain peaks. We've been docking at this vital fishing port since 1896. If you're visiting in the winter, you might spot the orcas and humpback whales that gather here to feed on herring. As we make our way to Tromsø, you might also glimpse views of the Lyngen Alps, which boast some of the highest peaks in all of Norway. We dock at Tromsø just before midnight. In the summer months, stroll the still-busy city in glorious 24-hour daylight. You can also book an excursion for a midnight boat ride around the city or attend a candlelit classical concert at the Arctic Cathedral. Time in port: Mehamn: 01:20 am to 01:30 am, Kjøllefjord: 03:25 am to 03:35 am, Honningsvåg: 05:45 am to 06:00 am, Havøysund: 08:00 am to 08:15 am, Hammerfest: 11:00 am to 12:45 pm, Øksfjord: 03:50 pm to 04:05 pm, Skjervøy: 07:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am.,
10/08/2024 10/08/2024
Kjollefjord

Kjollefjord 10/08/2024

We make stops at Mehamn and Kjøllefjord during the night before early-morning visits to Honningsvåg and Havøysund. In the early afternoon, you'll spend time in Hammerfest, once the northernmost town in the world (until Longyearbyen in Svalbard claimed the title). Check out the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Meridian Column, shop for souvenirs at the Polar Bear Society, or take the path behind the town to the viewpoint on Mount Salen. We'll continue cruising Norway's coastline south to Øksfjord and then continue to Skjervøy, surrounded by mountain peaks. We've been docking at this vital fishing port since 1896. If you're visiting in the winter, you might spot the orcas and humpback whales that gather here to feed on herring. As we make our way to Tromsø, you might also glimpse views of the Lyngen Alps, which boast some of the highest peaks in all of Norway. We dock at Tromsø just before midnight. In the summer months, stroll the still-busy city in glorious 24-hour daylight. You can also book an excursion for a midnight boat ride around the city or attend a candlelit classical concert at the Arctic Cathedral. Time in port: Mehamn: 01:20 am to 01:30 am, Kjøllefjord: 03:25 am to 03:35 am, Honningsvåg: 05:45 am to 06:00 am, Havøysund: 08:00 am to 08:15 am, Hammerfest: 11:00 am to 12:45 pm, Øksfjord: 03:50 pm to 04:05 pm, Skjervøy: 07:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am.,
10/08/2024 10/08/2024
North Cape (Honningsvag)

North Cape (Honningsvag) 10/08/2024

We make stops at Mehamn and Kjøllefjord during the night before early-morning visits to Honningsvåg and Havøysund. In the early afternoon, you'll spend time in Hammerfest, once the northernmost town in the world (until Longyearbyen in Svalbard claimed the title). Check out the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Meridian Column, shop for souvenirs at the Polar Bear Society, or take the path behind the town to the viewpoint on Mount Salen. We'll continue cruising Norway's coastline south to Øksfjord and then continue to Skjervøy, surrounded by mountain peaks. We've been docking at this vital fishing port since 1896. If you're visiting in the winter, you might spot the orcas and humpback whales that gather here to feed on herring. As we make our way to Tromsø, you might also glimpse views of the Lyngen Alps, which boast some of the highest peaks in all of Norway. We dock at Tromsø just before midnight. In the summer months, stroll the still-busy city in glorious 24-hour daylight. You can also book an excursion for a midnight boat ride around the city or attend a candlelit classical concert at the Arctic Cathedral. Time in port: Mehamn: 01:20 am to 01:30 am, Kjøllefjord: 03:25 am to 03:35 am, Honningsvåg: 05:45 am to 06:00 am, Havøysund: 08:00 am to 08:15 am, Hammerfest: 11:00 am to 12:45 pm, Øksfjord: 03:50 pm to 04:05 pm, Skjervøy: 07:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am.,
10/08/2024 10/08/2024
Havoysund

Havoysund 10/08/2024

We make stops at Mehamn and Kjøllefjord during the night before early-morning visits to Honningsvåg and Havøysund. In the early afternoon, you'll spend time in Hammerfest, once the northernmost town in the world (until Longyearbyen in Svalbard claimed the title). Check out the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Meridian Column, shop for souvenirs at the Polar Bear Society, or take the path behind the town to the viewpoint on Mount Salen. We'll continue cruising Norway's coastline south to Øksfjord and then continue to Skjervøy, surrounded by mountain peaks. We've been docking at this vital fishing port since 1896. If you're visiting in the winter, you might spot the orcas and humpback whales that gather here to feed on herring. As we make our way to Tromsø, you might also glimpse views of the Lyngen Alps, which boast some of the highest peaks in all of Norway. We dock at Tromsø just before midnight. In the summer months, stroll the still-busy city in glorious 24-hour daylight. You can also book an excursion for a midnight boat ride around the city or attend a candlelit classical concert at the Arctic Cathedral. Time in port: Mehamn: 01:20 am to 01:30 am, Kjøllefjord: 03:25 am to 03:35 am, Honningsvåg: 05:45 am to 06:00 am, Havøysund: 08:00 am to 08:15 am, Hammerfest: 11:00 am to 12:45 pm, Øksfjord: 03:50 pm to 04:05 pm, Skjervøy: 07:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am.,
10/08/2024 10/08/2024
Hammerfest

Hammerfest 10/08/2024

We make stops at Mehamn and Kjøllefjord during the night before early-morning visits to Honningsvåg and Havøysund. In the early afternoon, you'll spend time in Hammerfest, once the northernmost town in the world (until Longyearbyen in Svalbard claimed the title). Check out the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Meridian Column, shop for souvenirs at the Polar Bear Society, or take the path behind the town to the viewpoint on Mount Salen. We'll continue cruising Norway's coastline south to Øksfjord and then continue to Skjervøy, surrounded by mountain peaks. We've been docking at this vital fishing port since 1896. If you're visiting in the winter, you might spot the orcas and humpback whales that gather here to feed on herring. As we make our way to Tromsø, you might also glimpse views of the Lyngen Alps, which boast some of the highest peaks in all of Norway. We dock at Tromsø just before midnight. In the summer months, stroll the still-busy city in glorious 24-hour daylight. You can also book an excursion for a midnight boat ride around the city or attend a candlelit classical concert at the Arctic Cathedral. Time in port: Mehamn: 01:20 am to 01:30 am, Kjøllefjord: 03:25 am to 03:35 am, Honningsvåg: 05:45 am to 06:00 am, Havøysund: 08:00 am to 08:15 am, Hammerfest: 11:00 am to 12:45 pm, Øksfjord: 03:50 pm to 04:05 pm, Skjervøy: 07:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am.,
10/08/2024 10/08/2024
Oksfjord

Oksfjord 10/08/2024

We make stops at Mehamn and Kjøllefjord during the night before early-morning visits to Honningsvåg and Havøysund. In the early afternoon, you'll spend time in Hammerfest, once the northernmost town in the world (until Longyearbyen in Svalbard claimed the title). Check out the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Meridian Column, shop for souvenirs at the Polar Bear Society, or take the path behind the town to the viewpoint on Mount Salen. We'll continue cruising Norway's coastline south to Øksfjord and then continue to Skjervøy, surrounded by mountain peaks. We've been docking at this vital fishing port since 1896. If you're visiting in the winter, you might spot the orcas and humpback whales that gather here to feed on herring. As we make our way to Tromsø, you might also glimpse views of the Lyngen Alps, which boast some of the highest peaks in all of Norway. We dock at Tromsø just before midnight. In the summer months, stroll the still-busy city in glorious 24-hour daylight. You can also book an excursion for a midnight boat ride around the city or attend a candlelit classical concert at the Arctic Cathedral. Time in port: Mehamn: 01:20 am to 01:30 am, Kjøllefjord: 03:25 am to 03:35 am, Honningsvåg: 05:45 am to 06:00 am, Havøysund: 08:00 am to 08:15 am, Hammerfest: 11:00 am to 12:45 pm, Øksfjord: 03:50 pm to 04:05 pm, Skjervøy: 07:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am.,
10/08/2024 10/08/2024
Tromso

Tromso 10/08/2024

We make stops at Mehamn and Kjøllefjord during the night before early-morning visits to Honningsvåg and Havøysund. In the early afternoon, you'll spend time in Hammerfest, once the northernmost town in the world (until Longyearbyen in Svalbard claimed the title). Check out the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Meridian Column, shop for souvenirs at the Polar Bear Society, or take the path behind the town to the viewpoint on Mount Salen. We'll continue cruising Norway's coastline south to Øksfjord and then continue to Skjervøy, surrounded by mountain peaks. We've been docking at this vital fishing port since 1896. If you're visiting in the winter, you might spot the orcas and humpback whales that gather here to feed on herring. As we make our way to Tromsø, you might also glimpse views of the Lyngen Alps, which boast some of the highest peaks in all of Norway. We dock at Tromsø just before midnight. In the summer months, stroll the still-busy city in glorious 24-hour daylight. You can also book an excursion for a midnight boat ride around the city or attend a candlelit classical concert at the Arctic Cathedral. Time in port: Mehamn: 01:20 am to 01:30 am, Kjøllefjord: 03:25 am to 03:35 am, Honningsvåg: 05:45 am to 06:00 am, Havøysund: 08:00 am to 08:15 am, Hammerfest: 11:00 am to 12:45 pm, Øksfjord: 03:50 pm to 04:05 pm, Skjervøy: 07:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am.,
10/08/2024 10/08/2024
Tromso

Tromso 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Finnsnes

Finnsnes 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Harstad

Harstad 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Risoyhamn

Risoyhamn 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Sortland

Sortland 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Stokmarknes

Stokmarknes 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Svolvaer

Svolvaer 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Stamsund

Stamsund 10/09/2024

On this day, you'll be exploring the archipelagos of Lofoten and Vesterålen, true highlights of our scenic Norwegian route. After a call at Finnsnes in the early morning, the ship calls at Harstad. Here lies the world's northernmost medieval stone church: the white-washed Trondenes Church. Next we'll stop at Risøyhamn, our smallest port of call. Then, it's off to Sortland, where the landscape slowly transforms from hills to mountains towering over 3,280 feet high. Our birthplace Stokmarknes is where captain Richard With launched The Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893. Visit Hurtigrutemuseet, a building resembling a ship in a bottle. It chronicles the Hurtigruten legacy, centered around retired ship MS Finnmarken from 1956. Sailing along Raftsund, the Captain may choose to take the ship into the tiny Trollfjord. The mountain walls will look so close, you'll think you can reach out and touch them! To exit the fjord, the ship will rotate 180 degrees in a single spot, then sail back out. Remember to look out for sea eagles here, too. We'll reach Svolvær in the evening. The huge mountain that sits above the town is named the 'Svolvær Goat', due to its supposed resemblance. The ship then sails to Stamsund, eventually passing the giant granite cliffs of the Lofoten Wall. Time in port: Tromsø: 11:45 pm to 01:30 am, Finnsnes: 04:20 am to 04:40 am, Harstad: 08:00 am to 08:30 am, Risøyhamn: 10:45 am to 11:00 am, Sortland: 12:30 pm to 01:00 pm, Stokmarknes: 02:15 pm to 03:15 pm, Svolvær: 06:30 pm to 08:30 pm, Stamsund: 10:15 pm to 10:30 pm.,
10/09/2024 10/09/2024
Bodo

Bodo 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Ornes

Ornes 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Nesna

Nesna 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Sandnessjoen

Sandnessjoen 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Torghatten, Norway

Torghatten, Norway 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Bronnoysund

Bronnoysund 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Rorvik

Rorvik 10/10/2024

The ship will call at Bodø in the wee hours of the morning and then at Ørnes at 7 am. Then, we'll cross over the Arctic Circle just after breakfast. We'll commemorate the moment with the time-honored tradition of tasting a spoonful of cod liver oil. Next, we'll make a short stop at Nesna before sailing on to Sandnessjøen, the gateway to the magnificent Helgeland Coast. Admire the stunning landscape of the Seven Sisters mountain range, with peaks stretching up to 3,600 feet. According to legend, seven beautiful troll princesses were caught outside as the sun rose as they fled from an unwanted suitor. The sun turned them into the seven beautiful mountains you see today. Don't miss the distinctive hole passing straight through Torghatten Mountain! There is also a local legend as to how the mountain came to have such a hole. Make sure you ask your Coastal Expert about it! We'll reach Brønnøysund in mid-afternoon. Explore the bustling marina on a walk along Havnegata. In the center of town is Brønnøy Church, a Neo-Gothic style stone church dating back to 1870. Our last stop of the day is the cozy fishing port of Rørvik in the picturesque Vikna Archipelago. Time in port: Bodø: 02:30 am to 03:30 am, Ørnes: 06:25 am to 06:35 am, Nesna: 10:25 am to 10:35 am, Sandnessjøen: 11:45 am to 12:15 pm, Brønnøysund: 03:00 pm to 05:25 pm, Rørvik: 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm.,
10/10/2024 10/10/2024
Trondheim

Trondheim 10/11/2024

The ship arrives in Trondheim early in the morning. It'll be time to say your goodbyes to the new-found friends you made on board, including the Captain, crew, and fellow guests. If you have time before your flight home or your next adventure, why not stroll around Trondheim in the early morning as the city wakes? Visit the sacred Nidaros Cathedral, the resting place of St. Olav. Then, walk to the Gamle Bybro bridge for a photo opportunity over the Nid River. Treat yourself to quality coffee and a Nordic patisserie in one of the Bakklandet district's many chic cafés. Then walk up to Kristiansten Fortress for sweeping views of Norway's third-largest city. Time in port: Trondheim: 06:30 am to 08:00 am.,
10/11/2024 10/11/2024
Hurtigruten/HX: MS Kong Harald
Norway's reigning monarch, a seasoned sailor, lends his name to this remarkable vessel. MS Kong Harald was refurbished in 2016 and now features a modern, Arctic-inspired interior. On board are three different restaurants, the Multe bakery and ice cream bar, a sauna and fitness room. Out on deck you can enjoy the view from one of the two hot tubs. There is a comfortable bar at the front of the ship where you can enjoy a nice traditional drink.
Ship Statistics
Last Refurbished
2023
Registry
Norway
Built Year
1993
Gross Tonnage
11,204
Beam
19.2 Meters
Maximum Speed
17 Knots
Ship Length
121.8 Meters
Passenger Capacity
590
Crew Nationality
Norwegian
Officer's Nationality
Norwegian
Number of Decks
6
Number of Suites
2
Dining / Restaurants
Yes
Jacuzzi
Yes
Bars / Lounges
Yes
Fitness Center
Yes
Lounge
Yes
Wi - Fi
Yes
MS Kong Harald have three different Dining area.

Oceanview

Arctic Superior (VU2D) Call for pricing
Arctic Superior
  • Category: VU2D
Outside cabin. Double bed. Situated on upper decks.
Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPT) Call for pricing
Unspecified Outside Stateroom
  • Category: USPT
These comfortable, outside cabins are on all decks. The cabins offer separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa, or upper and lower berths. The cabins may have portholes, with limited or no view.
Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPD) Call for pricing
Unspecified Outside Stateroom
  • Category: USPD
The Arctic superior cabins all have private facilities, and double beds.
Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible (USD) Call for pricing
Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible
  • Category: USD
Wheelchair accessible room for up to two people with wider door, accessible WC and adjusted bed.
Unspecified Outside Stateroom (UNT3) Call for pricing
Unspecified Outside Stateroom
  • Category: UNT3
These comfortable, unspecified outside cabins for up to three people on all decks have double beds, separate beds (one of which is a sofa bed) or upper and lower berths. All have bathrooms with shower/WC.
Outside Stateroom Superior (U2D) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom Superior
  • Category: U2D
  • Deck 6
Size approximately: 11 - 12 m2. These comfortable, outside, cabins for up to two people on the top/upper decks have double beds and a TV.
Outside Stateroom Accessible (SD) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom Accessible
  • Category: SD
  • Deck 3
Size approximately: 16 - 17 m2. Wheelchair accessible rooms for up to two people with wider door and accessible WC. These comfortable, outside cabins for two people on the middle deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa.
(P2D) Call for pricing
  • Category: P2D
  • Deck 5
Outside Stateroom (O3) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: O3
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 5
Size approximately: 7 - 13 m2. These comfortable outside cabins for up to three people on the middle deck have separate upper/lower beds. One of the lower beds converts into a sofa.
(O2D) Call for pricing
  • Category: O2D
Outside Stateroom (O2) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: O2
  • Deck 3
Size approximately: 7 - 13 m2. These comfortable, outside cabins for up to two people on the middle deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa.
Outside Stateroom (N3) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: N3
  • Deck 3
Size approximately: 5 – 13 m2, separate beds, one bed can be turned into a sofa (some with upper / lower berths). Middle and lower decks.
Outside Stateroom (N2D) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: N2D
Size approximately: 11 - 12 m2. These comfortable refurbished outside cabins for up to two people have a double bed, a chair, TV and hairdryer.
Outside Stateroom (N2) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: N2
  • Deck 3
Size approximately: 11 - 12 m2. These comfortable outside cabins for up to two people on the middle deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa.
Outside Stateroom (L3) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: L3
Size approximately: 5 – 13 m2, with portholes, separate beds, one bed can be turned into a sofa. Some with limited / no view. 
Outside Stateroom (L2D) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: L2D
Size approximately: 10 - 12 m2. These comfortable refurbished outside cabins for up to two people on the lower deck have a double bed, a chair, TV and hairdryer. The cabins have portholes.
Outside Stateroom (L2) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: L2
  • Deck 3
  • Deck 2
Size approximately: 10 - 12 m2. These comfortable, outside cabins for up to two people on the lower deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa. The cabins have portholes, some with limited or no view.
Outside Stateroom (J3) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: J3
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 5
Size approximately: 8 - 11 m2. These comfortable, outside cabins for up to three people on the upper or middle decks have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa. The cabins have limited or no view.
Outside Stateroom (J2D) Call for pricing
Outside Stateroom
  • Category: J2D
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 5
Size approximately: 8 - 11 m2. These comfortable, outside cabins for up to two people, midship on the upper deck, have double beds, a private shower/WC, TV, and tea and coffee-making facilities. The cabins have very limited or obstructed views.

Suite

Expedition Suite (V M3) Call for pricing
Expedition Suite
  • Category: V M3
Suite, one or two rooms, seating area, TV, mini-bar, some with private balcony.
Expedition Suite (M3) Call for pricing
Expedition Suite
  • Category: M3
  • Deck 5
Size approximately: 28 - 30 m2. These elegant suites are situated on the upper deck with one or two rooms, double bed, sofa, seating area and TV. They are suitable for 3 travelers.

Inside

Unspecified Inside Stateroom (USPI) Call for pricing
Unspecified Inside Stateroom
  • Category: USPI
These unspecified Polar Inside cabins for up to two people have bathrooms with shower/WC.
Polar Inside (UNI3) Call for pricing
Polar Inside
  • Category: UNI3
Unspecified inside cabin, 3 berth. Situated on upper/middle/lower decks.
(Q4) Call for pricing
  • Category: Q4
(Q2) Call for pricing
  • Category: Q2
(PETO) Call for pricing
  • Category: PETO
(M4) Call for pricing
  • Category: M4
Inside Stateroom (K3) Call for pricing
Inside Stateroom
  • Category: K3
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 5
Size approximately: 8 - 9 m2. These comfortable, standard inside cabins for up to three people on the upper deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa, and upper/lower berths.
Inside Stateroom (I2) Call for pricing
Inside Stateroom
  • Category: I2
  • Deck 3
Size approximately: 8 - 9 m2. These comfortable, standard inside cabins for up to two people on the lower deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa.

All rates are per person, based on double occupancy, valid for North American residents only and are subject to availability and change without notice and voyage only. The ship departure date determines the price of your voyage. Itinerary and port order subject to change.

Not Included In Your Expedition

  • International flights
  • Optional shore excursions with our local partners
  • Hikes with our Hurtigruten guides
  • Travel protection plan
  • Luggage handling

Notes

  • Not all categories are available for all departures
  • Single cabin pricing available on request
  • Hurtigruten has a flexible pricing system and all prices are capacity controlled and subject to availability.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.

Deck 7

Stateroom Key

  • Expedition Suite (M3)
  • Expedition Suite (V M3)
  • Outside Stateroom Superior (U2D)
  • (P2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (J2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (O2)
  • Outside Stateroom (O3)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2)
  • Outside Stateroom (N3)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2)
  • Outside Stateroom (J3)
  • (O2D)
  • Outside Stateroom Accessible (SD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPD)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible (USD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPT)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (UNT3)
  • Arctic Superior (VU2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (L3)
  • Inside Stateroom (I2)
  • Inside Stateroom (K3)
  • Polar Inside (UNI3)
  • (Q4)
  • Unspecified Inside Stateroom (USPI)
  • (M4)
  • (PETO)
  • (Q2)
Deck 6

Stateroom Key

  • Expedition Suite (M3)
  • Expedition Suite (V M3)
  • Outside Stateroom Superior (U2D)
  • (P2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (J2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (O2)
  • Outside Stateroom (O3)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2)
  • Outside Stateroom (N3)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2)
  • Outside Stateroom (J3)
  • (O2D)
  • Outside Stateroom Accessible (SD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPD)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible (USD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPT)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (UNT3)
  • Arctic Superior (VU2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (L3)
  • Inside Stateroom (I2)
  • Inside Stateroom (K3)
  • Polar Inside (UNI3)
  • (Q4)
  • Unspecified Inside Stateroom (USPI)
  • (M4)
  • (PETO)
  • (Q2)
Deck 5

Stateroom Key

  • Expedition Suite (M3)
  • Expedition Suite (V M3)
  • Outside Stateroom Superior (U2D)
  • (P2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (J2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (O2)
  • Outside Stateroom (O3)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2)
  • Outside Stateroom (N3)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2)
  • Outside Stateroom (J3)
  • (O2D)
  • Outside Stateroom Accessible (SD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPD)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible (USD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPT)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (UNT3)
  • Arctic Superior (VU2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (L3)
  • Inside Stateroom (I2)
  • Inside Stateroom (K3)
  • Polar Inside (UNI3)
  • (Q4)
  • Unspecified Inside Stateroom (USPI)
  • (M4)
  • (PETO)
  • (Q2)
Deck 4

Stateroom Key

  • Expedition Suite (M3)
  • Expedition Suite (V M3)
  • Outside Stateroom Superior (U2D)
  • (P2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (J2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (O2)
  • Outside Stateroom (O3)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2)
  • Outside Stateroom (N3)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2)
  • Outside Stateroom (J3)
  • (O2D)
  • Outside Stateroom Accessible (SD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPD)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible (USD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPT)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (UNT3)
  • Arctic Superior (VU2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (L3)
  • Inside Stateroom (I2)
  • Inside Stateroom (K3)
  • Polar Inside (UNI3)
  • (Q4)
  • Unspecified Inside Stateroom (USPI)
  • (M4)
  • (PETO)
  • (Q2)
Deck 3

Stateroom Key

  • Expedition Suite (M3)
  • Expedition Suite (V M3)
  • Outside Stateroom Superior (U2D)
  • (P2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (J2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (O2)
  • Outside Stateroom (O3)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2)
  • Outside Stateroom (N3)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2)
  • Outside Stateroom (J3)
  • (O2D)
  • Outside Stateroom Accessible (SD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPD)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible (USD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPT)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (UNT3)
  • Arctic Superior (VU2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (L3)
  • Inside Stateroom (I2)
  • Inside Stateroom (K3)
  • Polar Inside (UNI3)
  • (Q4)
  • Unspecified Inside Stateroom (USPI)
  • (M4)
  • (PETO)
  • (Q2)
Deck 2

Stateroom Key

  • Expedition Suite (M3)
  • Expedition Suite (V M3)
  • Outside Stateroom Superior (U2D)
  • (P2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (J2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (O2)
  • Outside Stateroom (O3)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2)
  • Outside Stateroom (N3)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2)
  • Outside Stateroom (J3)
  • (O2D)
  • Outside Stateroom Accessible (SD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPD)
  • Outside Stateroom (N2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom with wheelchair accessible (USD)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (USPT)
  • Outside Stateroom (L2D)
  • Unspecified Outside Stateroom (UNT3)
  • Arctic Superior (VU2D)
  • Outside Stateroom (L3)
  • Inside Stateroom (I2)
  • Inside Stateroom (K3)
  • Polar Inside (UNI3)
  • (Q4)
  • Unspecified Inside Stateroom (USPI)
  • (M4)
  • (PETO)
  • (Q2)