Hurtigruten

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Hurtigruten ships are a part of Norwegian coastal life. One of the fleet’s 11 ships departs Bergen daily, sailing to Kirkenes and back in 12 days at an average speed of 15 knots. Since 1893 Hurtigruten ships have been a vital link between the cities, towns and hamlets in Norway, carrying local passengers, freight and guests. No one knows how to sail or explore these waters better than Hurtigruten.

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Hurtigruten ships are a part of Norwegian coastal life. One of the fleet’s 11 ships departs Bergen daily, sailing to Kirkenes and back in 12 days at an average speed of 15 knots.

Since 1893 Hurtigruten ships have been a vital link between the cities, towns and hamlets in Norway, carrying local passengers, freight and guests. No one knows how to sail or explore these waters better than Hurtigruten. 120 years later, Hurtigruten still carry freight and passengers. Hurtigrutens’ captains use their extensive maritime expertise to ensure that guests and goods are safely carried from port to port.

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Which are main destinations of Hurtigruten?

  • Norway
  • Spitsbergen
  • Greenland
  • Antarctica
  • Europe