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6-Day Southbound Norway Coastal Voyage

6 days
5 nights





Per person:
$ 1,090.00 (double occupancy : Winter)
$ 1,375.00 (double occupancy : Spring)
$ 1,760.00 (double occupancy : Summer)
$ 1,240.00 (double occupancy : Fall)

Winter: January 1 - March 14
Spring: March 15 - May 31
Summer: June 1 - September 14
Autumn: Nov 1 - December 31




Cabin Description:


Voyage in cabin grade of your choice full board basis
English speaking tour leader on board
Entrance fee to Hurtigruten museum
Fuel supplement of $8 per person per night



Highlights include the daylight sailing through the beautiful Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands, the Seven Sisters mountain range and the legendary Torghatten mountain.

Day 1  : Kirkenes, the voyage south begins

Ports visited today: Kirkenes, Vardø, Båtsfjord, Berlevåg.
Summer in Kirkenes is superb with 86°F degree temperatures at its hottest. The town is known as the capital of the Barents Region and the gateway to the east, with people here speaking Norwegian, Sámi, Finnish and Russian. As we turn south, the northbound ports previously visited by night are now seen by day.

Day 2  : Hammerfest and Tromsø

Ports visited today: Mehamn, Kjøllefjord, Honningsvåg, Havøysund, Hammerfest, Øksfjord, Skjervøy, Tromsø.
Start the day with a summer breakfast at the North Cape Hall (optional excursion), which is firmly perched on the massive cliff marking the northernmost tip of mainland Europe. From here we make a stop in Hammerfest before our next major port of call, Tromsø, where you can take part in a very special musical experience, the Arctic Cathedral Midnight Concert.

Day 3  : Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands

Ports visited today: Tromsø, Finnsnes, Harstad, Risøyhamn, Sortland, Stokmarknes, Svolvær, Stamsund.
Passing through the Lofoten Islands the ship negotiates a stunning network of inlets and isles, before moving on to what is the highlight of the voyage for many, a possible detour into the spectacular and dramatic Trollfjord. Join us on a fantastic safari by RIB- boat through the Lofoten archipelago under the Midnight Sun!

Day 4  : Arctic Circle, Seven Sisters

Ports visited today: Bodø, Ørnes, Nesna, Sandnessjøen, Brønnøysund, Rørvik.
As we sail past the Helgeland coast you can enjoy views of the hundreds of islets, fertile farmland and lush meadows. Today will also be our last one north of the Arctic Circle. The Vega Archipelago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is close to our call in Sandnessjøen.

Day 5  : Trondheim and Kristiansund

Ports visited today: Trondheim, Kristiansund, Molde, Ålesund.
We arrive in Trondheim in the early morning. Nidaros Cathedral, in which three Queens and seven Kings have been crowned, is Scandinavia’s largest medieval building and worth a visit. The town of Kristiansund, located on the scenic Atlantic Road, holds the rather obscure title of Norway’s ‘cured cod capital’ owing to the nature of its main export.

Day 6  : Bergen, disembarkation

Ports visited today: Ålesund, Torvik, Måløy, Florø, Bergen.
Our arrival in Bergen sees the end of this magnificent summer journey.


Hurtigruten operates different ships on different dates. To view complete description of each ship and available cabins please continue to our HURTIGRUTEN SHIPS page

Winter: January 1 - March 14
Spring: March 15 - May 31
Summer: June 1 - September 14
Autumn: Nov 1 - December 31