Hurtigruten is the world leader in exploration travel. As the largest cruise operator in polar waters, and with 125 years of know-how, we offer immersive experiences to some of the world’s most pristine and remote destinations, including Antarctica, Alaska, Arctic Canada and the Northwest Passage, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Svalbard, and more. Hurtigruten’s fleet consists of 14 expedition ships, custom built for adventure travel. In addition, three new groundbreaking ships will be delivered; MS Roald Amundsen in 2019, MS Fridtjof Nansen in 2020, and a third new build in 2021. These will be the most advanced and environmentally friendly expedition vessels at sea, as well as the world’s first hybrid electric-powered cruise ships. Hurtigruten is an industry leader in sustainability, with a deep commitment to improving the marine environments we call home.
Trip Merchant Members will receive an additional onboard credit of 800 Nok per person (**$120 CAD approx) on all Explorer Cruises and Norway Cruises of 11-12 Days. On Norway Cruises of 6-7 Days Trip Merchant Members will receive an onboard credit of 400 NOK per person (**$60 CAD approx). This offer is combinable with any existing special offers currently available in the marketplace.
**subject to change based upon fluctuating exchange rates
Polar Bear Spotting in the Arctic
In the northernmost part of the world, where the ice is thick and the air is cold, there lives a creature. Laying your eyes on a polar bear is just an adventure away. Enormous, powerful and majestic, the polar bear finds
A Brief History of Norway
One of the best parts about going on a Norway cruise is all of the rich history and culture you get to experience firsthand. One of the best parts about going on a Norway cruise is all the rich history and
Hurtigruten’s MS Roald Amundsen – History in the Making
If you have never heard of Hurtigruten before, you soon will. The Oslo-based cruise line has been operating since 1893, primarily as a ferry service delivering supplies and sustenance to remote communities on the Norwegian coast. In 2002, it began