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Hurtigruten Sunset
Hurtigruten Sunset.
Photo: Nick Cobbing

A meeting with a view

Hurtigruten's 13 ships have modern meeting rooms and conference facilities, so you can take your team on an inspiring journey along the coast of Norway.

Contact information

Hurtigruten ASA

Fredrik Langes gate 14
Postboks 6144
Phone: + 47 970 57 030

You can also contact Hurtigruten staff directly:

Kerstin Orø

Hurtigruten in Folda
Hurtigruten in Folda.
Photo: Jan Erik Paulsen
Hurtigruten at raftsundet Lofoten.
Photo: Trym Ivar Bergsmo
Northern lights for Hurtigruten deck
Northern lights for Hurtigruten deck.
Photo: Uwe Peter Arit
Hurtigruten in Geiranger
Hurtigruten in Geiranger.

Getting here and around

Joining a Hurtigruten voyage could not be easier. You can start your journey from any port on the way, so you can fly to Bergen, Ålesund, Trondheim, Tromsø or Kirkenes and join the cruise from there.

Key facts

  • Hurtigruten is often referred to as 'the world's most beautiful voyage'.
  • The Hurtigruten fleet has 13 ships with daily departures and more than 120 years of maritime experience.
  • The first Hurtigruten voyage departed Trondheim for Hammerfest, via 11 ports, in 1893.
  • In 1898, the Hurtigruten route expands southward to include Bergen, with three departures a week.
  • Kirkenes near the Russian border became the northern turning point of the Hurtigruten voyage in 1908.
  • A new era began in 1993 with the modernisation of the fleet. By the end of 2007, 10 new ships had been added to the fleet.
  • 2013: Hurtigruten celebrates its 120th birthday. For more than a century, its passenger and cargo ships have connected the northern and southern parts of Norway.



Hurtigruten on the Hjorundfjorden
Hurtigruten on the Hjorundfjorden.
Photo: Knut Oddvar Hustad
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