Hurtigruten reveals 2022/23 coastal sailings
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Hurtigruten reveals 2022/23 coastal sailings

Programme covers 34 ports along the Norwegian coastline exploring historic cities and idyllic villages

Hurtigruten has released its Coastal 2022/23 programme of sailings, taking guests on its famous Norwegian coastal voyage.

The 2022/23 offering covers 34 ports along the Norwegian coastline exploring historic cities and quaint villages, local wildlife and nature and mountain ranges.

There are 16 itinerary options to choose from, and guests can opt for the 12-day Classic Round Voyage, or explore life beyond the Arctic Circle with a three-day itinerary from Tromsø to Kirkenes to see the midnight sun and the North Cape.

Anthony Daniels, general manager UK and Ireland said: “We are delighted to reveal our coastal programme for 2022/23. We’ve seen an increased desire from our guests to book even further in advance for future travel, and their appetite to venture to Norway hasn’t wavered, as we continue to receive enquiries to join our coastal sailings. With 128 years’ experience sailing the coast of Norway we are the true experts when it comes to sailing the coast of Norway and we use this expertise and local knowledge to create memorable and authentic experiences for all our guests.”

Recently, Hurtigruten launched its Dover 2022/23 season, extending its existing programme to include nine new itineraries taking guests to the Norwegian coastline and fjords.

The 10-21-night itineraries will see guests travel onboard the refurbished MS Maud to destinations such as the Norwegian Lofoten Islands; North Cape, one of the northernmost points in Europe; and the fjords.

Hurtigruten’s showcase voyage for the 22/23 season is a journey along the Norwegian coast to the Svalbard Archipelago, The Norwegian Coast and Svalbard Autumn Cruise.

The nine new sailings will join the existing five expedition itineraries departing from Dover exploring some of the best and remote locations around the British Isles, Norway and for the first time in Hurtigruten’s 127-year history, Southern Scandinavia.

See more at Hurtigruten.com

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