Frequently Asked Questions

About Hurtigruten

In business since 1893, Hurtigruten operates premium exploration voyages to Norway and several other unique destinations where the natural beauty is matched only by the breathtaking beauty and stunning diversity of its wilderness, inhabitants, flora, and fauna. With Hurtigruten, you can experience Norway’s beautiful fjords, charming ports, and rare wildlife under the midnight sun or the spectacular northern lights. Daily departures, all year, on small ships with modern facilities and equipment designed specifically to sail in remote areas. 

About Havila Kystruten

Havila has been successful in fishing, transport and offshore business, and the company understands the importance of taking care of the environment. The environment is a big part of the company’s history and its future. Hence, all coastal cruise ships are built to meet the highest technological and environmental standards. The objective is to travel silently and emission free. The guests, the wildlife and the people living along the coast will then appreciate the voyages even more starting in 2021, with the 640 passenger ships Havila Capella, Havila Castor, Havila Polaris and Havila Pollux. Since the 1800s, coastal travelers have enjoyed the famous Norwegian fjords and scenery, and Norwegians have always explored the sea in groundbreaking ways. Havila Kystruten will proudly continue this long tradition in a new and more environmentally friendly manner. With four new state-of-the-art ships, brimming with both technology and modern comfort, the ships will be positioned to offer spectacular voyages for the discerning traveler. Havila Kystruten wants you to experience what they call “The Perfect Escape with The Norwegian Coastal Cruise Specialist.”

About Cruise Norway

Cruise Norway specializes in small ship fjord cruises along coastal Norway, one of the most beautiful and spectacular voyages in the world. Besides a peaceful and spectacular voyage with Mother Nature as the entertainer, guests experience exciting excursions all year round – often under the Midnight Sun in the summer or with the Northern Lights in the winter.