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Dive into Polar and beyond, Hurtigruten’s new 2021/2022 expedition cruise brochure, and discover the world’s spectacular coastlines with the leader in sustainable exploration travel.

 Including more than 180 pages of extraordinary adventures, Hurtigruten’s 2021-22 expedition brochure has everything you need to help you choose the perfect expedition itinerary.

Featuring destinations including Antarctica, Northwest Passage & Arctic Canada, Svalbard, Greenland & Iceland, Arctic Traverse, Norway, and Alaska, the brochure highlights the range of Hurtigruten’s truly global offerings.

“As we look forward to a return to international travel in 2021, Polar and beyond provides the perfect inspiration for planning your next extraordinary wilderness adventure,” says Damian Perry, Managing Director Hurtigruten Asia Pacific. “We know that our cutting edge, spacious, small ships, and long and respected history of exploration, as well as our strict health and safety policies, mean our guests can feel confident about their plans to sail with Hurtigruten.”


Find inspirational images and stories, Expedition Leader profiles, in-depth destination, season, wildlife and activity features and a guide to all the reasons why Hurtigruten is the preferred expedition company for adventurers with a desire for immersive expedition experiences.

Polar and beyond also includes: 30-plus individual itineraries; a broad range of pre- and post-programmes; detailed ship profiles including the world’s first hybrid powered ships, the MS Roald Amundsen and the MS Fridtjof Nansen; and information about the wide range of on board experiences including our three restaurants – Lindstrøm, Fredheim and Aune;  the Explorer Bar; wellness centre plus pool, spa, sauna and fitness room; and our world-class Science Center, the hub of the ship’s learning activities.

NEW IN 2021 & 2022

Solar Eclipse in Antarctica

Experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness a Solar Eclipse at sea in the world’s most remote wilderness area. (November 2021).

Baffin Island

Attempt of circumnavigation of Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic, facing unpredictable ice conditions. Land at sites linked to early exploration history, visit traditional Inuit communities, and spot Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, foxes, whales, seals, and large colonies of seabirds.

Norway Expeditions

These year-round expeditions offer a deep dive into Norway’s coastal culture, history, wildlife and landscape across the seasons from summer’s Midnight Sun to the Northern Lights in winter. Longer stays and more activities allow a slower, more immersive pace. Departures from Bergen, Dover and Hamburg.

Take a look at Polar and beyond here