Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten (Norwegian Coastal Voyage) has a fleet of working coastal ships cruising the spectacular Norwegian coastline and fjords from Bergen right round to the Russian border within the Arctic Circle. Cruises are informal and operate the year round although the most popular are in the summer. The itineraries remain the same as these ships carry passengers and cargo to over 30 ports, most never visited by cruise liners. There are eleven ships in the fleet carrying mail, general cargo and cars as well as passengers. They range from traditional older-style vessels to modern ships offering the latest in cabin comforts but facilities are limited.. Click the picture or ship name to get more details about the ship and its calendar of cruises..
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Finnmarken Size: Small 15000 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 2002
Fram Size: Small 12700 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 2007
Fridtjof Nansen Size: Small 15000 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 2019
Kong Harald Size: Small 11200 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1993
Lofoten Size: Very Small 2621 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1964
Midnatsol Size: Small 15000 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 2002
Nordkapp Size: Small 11386 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1997
Nordlys Size: Small 11200 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1994
Nordnorge Size: Small 11386 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1997
Nordstjernen Size: Very Small 2193 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1956
Polarlys Size: Small 12000 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1996
Richard With Size: Small 11205 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1993
Roald Amundsen Size: Small 15000 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 2018
Spitsbergen Size: Small 7025 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 2009
Trollfjord Size: Small 15000 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 2003
Vesteralen Size: Very Small 6261 tonnes Rating: ratingBuilt: 1983