Hurtigruten's voyages of discovery aim to maximize the experience of the places we visit. On non-landing days, we recommend spending as much time on deck as possible. Attend educational talks and lectures held at various locations on board.
Knowledge and understanding of a destination's nature, wildlife, culture, and history often enriches the travel experience.
Our expedition team will help you be well prepared for the experience ahead. They then surrender again and answer questions. Bingo, arcade games and entertainment theaters are not found on traditional cruise ships.
Our goal is to bring you closer to a unique environment and give you the opportunity to share this experience with other travelers. In some cases, there may be light entertainment on board in the evenings.
The observation lounge has large panoramic windows with spacious and comfortable seating. Binoculars are sold at the onboard shop.
Selling souvenirs, knitwear, books, postcards, postage stamps and a limited supply of toiletries.
The ship has a small selection of books on different topics that is available to guests while on board.
The ship has a spacious outdoor area. A great place to sit, relax and watch the world go by.
An onboard photographer will assist you in using the photographic equipment and helping you improve your photography skills.
We actively use photography with our guests to enhance their experience of the places we explore.
Share a slide show on board before the end of the voyage and make it available to all guests in the expedition logbook (you can share/download selected photos, daily program, expedition team bio, voyage maps, etc.).
Throughout its 125-year history, art has always been important to Hurtigruten. We have thousands of works of art on our ships and he is probably one of the largest privately owned art collections in Norway. Art is an important part of our proud history and guest experience. We are proud to call ourselves Norway's largest nautical art gallery
Located on Deck 4.