Offers and special cruises
Early bird offer on short voyages in 2020
Get a taste of the spectacular Norwegian Coast on one of our short voyages! Book your voyage before March 31st and save 15 - 20% on selected 2–5 day cruises along the Norwegian coast.
Experience the Solar Eclipse
On December 4, 2021, a total Solar Eclipse can be experienced in the Scotia Sea around the South Orkney Islands, near the Antarctic Peninsula. Seize this rare chance and join a Hurtigruten expedition cruise to Antarctica during the total Solar Eclipse, an opportunity that arises only once in several lifetimes.
Baffin Island - Canada’s answer for Arctic adventure
The largest island in Canada awaits at the entrance to the Northwest Passage. It is a marvel of fjords, mountains, and polar wildlife, and an epic destination all on its own. For these reasons and more, Hurtigruten will attempt our first ever circumnavigation of Baffin Island from late August to early September 2021. Read more about Baffin Island.
Circumnavigating Svalbard - In the Realm of the Polar Bear
This Arctic expedition cruise is one of a kind! We plan to sail above 80º N, while circumnavigating Spitsbergen under the Midnight Sun. Explore the largest Arctic wilderness in Europe with optional excursions that include hiking, kayaking and traversing a glacier, all providing a good chance to spot the mighty polar bear.
Circumnavigating Svalbard - The Ultimate Expedition
An expedition cruise for those who wish to see and learn as much as possible, this is a voyage to Arctic wilderness at its most extreme. We plan to sail above 80º N while circumnavigating Svalbard in search of the mighty polar bear. This cruise will venture further than any of our other expeditions.
Spitsbergen and Polar Bears – an Arctic Adventure (Thursday - Tuesday)
This adventure cruise on MS Nordstjernen is the essential Spitsbergen experience. Spend one night on land and the rest at sea sailing along the west coast of Spitsbergen. Explore the beautiful glaciers and fjords, and scan for wildlife. If we are lucky, we might get to see the King of the Arctic; the polar bear.