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Hurtigruten Norway ready to embark on the next stage of innovative zero-emission ship project

Hurtigruten Norway ready to embark on the next stage of innovative zero-emission ship project

After announcing plans to build their first zero emission ship by 2030, Hurtigruten Norway has now secured leading tech partnerships and applied for funds to embark on a research project to develop their groundbreaking zero-emission ships.
Building on almost 130 years of Norwegian pioneering heritage, Hurtigruten Norway started a project to develop ships with zero emissions for the Coastal Expr

MS Richard With in Trollfjorden. Photo: Robert Cranna / Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten Norway launches its first hybrid ship, part of a EUR100 million green upgrade

Hurtigruten Norway has launched its first environmentally-upgraded battery-hybrid powered ship, MS Richard With. It is the first of seven in the Coastal Express fleet to be upgraded, and now features state-of-the-art technology that will significantly reduce both CO2 and Nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions.
"With MS Richard With back in operations as a fully-upgraded ship, guests can sail the Norwe

New digital, radio, and broadcast ads by Hurtigruten Group will teach Americans in Denver and Minneapolis how to pronounce the company’s name like a Norwegian.

Designed to educate American consumers about the tongue-twisting pronunciation of the company’s name - alongside iconic imagery of its destinations - new ads showcase Hurtigruten Expeditions in Denver and Hurtigruten Norway in Minneapolis-St Paul

(September 13, 2022) – Hurtigruten Group, the world's leading adventure travel company, officially unveiled its latest broadcast, radio, and digital advertising campaign today in Denver and Minnesota’s ‘Twin Cities.’ Conceived to drive brand name awareness – by teaching consumers how to pronounce Hurtigruten – the campaign showcases the Hurtigruten Expeditionsand Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Exp

Guests during a landing in Antarctica with MS Roald Amundsen. Photo: Andrea Klaussner.

Up to 50% Off All Hurtigruten Destinations, including Antarctica, Alaska, Galápagos, Greenland, Norway, and West Africa

Hurtigruten Group offers some of the year’s best deals on select departures to all cruise destinations during its annual Summer Sail campaign
Seattle, WA (June 29, 2022) – Hurtigruten Group, the world leader in exploration travel, is offering some of the best rates of the year for all its destinations during its Summer Sail campaign. Hurtigruten Expeditions, the world’s leading expedition cruis

Hurtigruten Group’s own foundation aims summer grants towards local destinations across the world

Hurtigruten Group’s own foundation aims summer grants towards local destinations across the world

Beach cleaning in Svalbard, a new walking path in Ålesund and turtle protection in West Africa are among the actions supported by Hurtigruten Foundation in their summer round of grants for 2022. The foundation aims its efforts towards local contributions in areas and waters where Hurtigrutens companies travel to.
- Hurtigruten Foundation is dedicated to the development of living local communit

Hurtigruten Norway's MS Trollfjord that will next year be refurbished and embark on two new itineraries: the Svalbard Express and North Cape Express

Hurtigruten Norway Launches Two Premium Journeys for 2023, Marking the Biggest Product Evolution in its 130-year History

The new Svalbard Express and North Cape Express itineraries will offer an elevated addition to the existing Coastal Express product. Guests will enjoy a new iconic experience along the Norwegian coast on board a refurbished MS Trollfjord, and in the case of Svalbard, the world’s northernmost permanent populated area.

Oslo, Norway (June 14, 2022) – Hurtigruten Norway, which has carried local

SAILING INTO THE FUTURE: MS Richard With in Raftsundet, Norway. PHOTO: Trym Ivar Bergsmo.

Hurtigruten Group launches ESG report – calls for more transparency from travel industry

Hurtigruten Group opens its books on emissions and social responsibility and commits to science-based targets in its new ESG report. The adventure travel group emphasizes how reducing emissions must be the number one goal for travel companies while calling for greater transparency in the industry – particularly from those that operate cruise ships.
“We operate in an industry which negatively i

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