Norwegian expedition line, Hurtigruten, has today announced nine new no-fly cruises that will depart from Dover in 2022/23.

These new voyages range from 11 to 22-day sailings onboard the newly refurbished MS Maud. Destinations will include popular no-fly ports in the Norwegian Fjords, the North Cape and Lofoten Islands. The longest of these voyages will cruise the coast of Norway along the classical Hurtigruten route and visit the stunning Svalbard archipelago, promising unrivalled views of the Northern Lights on route.

Hurtigruten has already scheduled five itineraries from Dover that include a British Isles adventure.

UK General Manager, Anthony Daniels referred to the growing demand for no-fly cruises in his launch comment:

“Since launching our Dover departure sailings, we’ve seen an increased demand and appetite for no-fly cruises that venture closer to home… We’re delighted to be expanding on our inaugural Dover season with a series of new and unique itineraries offering our guests the opportunity to experience the Norwegian coastline and beyond like never before.”

Hurtigruten looks set to be a firm favourite for no fly cruise fans looking for something of the adventurous too.

>> Visit Hurtigruten’s website for more details


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