Hurtigruten brochures cover the complete range of destinations and adventures in Norway and beyond. Each also includes details of the ships (including deck plans) and of life on board. View them all online by using the links below or click on the brochure image.
Please note, any pricing shown in these brochures is for the voyage only and in Sterling. Project Travel conveniently prices your tailor-made Hurtigruten Norway and Explorer packages in Euro to include all flights from Ireland, optional excursions, plus any hotel nights required pre- or post-voyage. If you want to add extra days to your holiday we can arrange that too.
Project Travel can often offer better prices than Hurtigruten for travel from Ireland. We also always check for specials which may apply on or near your travel dates to offer you the best value.
We suggest you use the Hurtigruten brochures to identify your preferred voyage, then give Project Travel a call on 01–210 8391 for a complete package price in euro.
Norwegian Coastal Voyages 2019 / 20
When you ask people what to see or do in Norway, they answer, “See the coast”. This is where Hurtigruten comes in. In this brochure, you can read why Hurtigruten is the only way to experience the Norwegian coast. Also read about:
- Life on board, day by day
- Norway’s spectacular seasons
- The fjords, ports and highlights you see along the way And much more…
Explorer Voyages 2019/20
Discover the seldom-visited shores of Spitsbergen, Greenland, Iceland and Antarctica. Each adventure is a voyage through pristine environments only accessible by ship encountering incredible wildlife, beautiful icebergs and experiencing fascinating cultures. New desinations for the 2019/20 season include the Northwest Passage, sailing onwards to Alaska. In South America, they’ve added Machu Picchu and the Galápagos while new Arctic destinations are Franz Josef Land and Murmansk.
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Expedition Cruises 2020-21 (PREVIEW)
Offering more than 250 spectacular worldwide destinations, Hurtigruten’s 2020 / 2021 expedition cruise programme is really exciting! It’s the inaugural season of the ground-breaking hybrid powered and eco-friendly MS Fridtjof Nansen, exploring the unspoiled and raw beauty of Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland and the Norwegian coast. There’s also the widest ever selection of Antarctica voyages, new cruises to Alaska and Canada as well as current favourites, the Northwest Passage, Svalbard, North, Central & South America, Russia and Europe. Read Online Now
Northern Lights Winter 2019-2020 (NEW)
The spell-binding aurora borealis remains top of most travellers’ bucket lists. Up in Norway though, Hurtigruten ships sail directly under the Auroral Zone, an area of consistent Northern Lights displays between October and March. The aurora is so frequent here that over 99% of the 12-day voyages last season recorded Northern Lights occurrences. And Hurtigruten’s Northern Lights Promise applies again in the Winter 2019/20 season.Read Online Now
Seasonal Excursions 2018 / 19
An integral part of the voyages are the excursions on offer throughout the year, each memorable and special in their own way. Hurtigruten’s range of exciting excursions are carefully chosen and curated to further enhance your experience of ‘the world’s most beautiful voyage’. These optional, pre-bookable activities bring you off the ship, taking you closer than ever to the charming culture, wildlife, and stunning landscapes Norway is famous for.
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Wild Wonders of Svalbard
Svalbard offers an adventure for all seasons. Explore the archipelago, a dramatic and fascinating polar wilderness. Located halfway between Norway and the North Pole, Svalbard is a vast tundra of ice fields and glaciers, boasting a surprisingly mild climate with distinctive seasons – ideal for land based adventures.Read Online Now
Explore onboard via this brochure and welcome onboard to embark on a new adventure in style. The ‘New Arctic Interior’ is a timeless style with a relaxing Explorer Lounge, Panoroma Bar, stunning cabins and of course, Norway’s Coastal Kitchen.
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