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7-Day Classic Voyage North

7 days
6 nights





Per person:
$ 1,385.00 (double occupancy : Winter)
$ 1,745.00 (double occupancy : Spring)
$ 2,240.00 (double occupancy : Summer)
$ 1,575.00 (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


This voyage sails the iconic Norwegian coastline’s sheltered waters from Bergen towards the border town of Kirkenes. The sailing into Geirangerfjord is a highlight. En route you will stop at 34 ports and experience the wonders of the polar north.

Day 1  : Embarkation in Bergen

Ports visited today: Bergen
Before sailing from Bergen, you may wish to explore this cultural gateway to the fjords. Spend some time in one of the outdoor cafés and restaurants in the Bryggen district, a recognised UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other attractions in Bergen include the Fløibanen Funicular, the Fish Market, and Fantoft Stave Church.

Day 2  : Ålesund and Geirangerfjord

Ports visited today: Florø, Måløy, Torvik, Ålesund, Molde
We sail further north to Ålesund, a beautiful town and a perfect example of the Art Nouveau style. Then we will sail into the spectacular UNESCO listed Geirangerfjord where you can enjoy a scenic excursion including a spectacular drive down the winding Trollstigen Pass.

Day 3  : The Royal City of Trondheim

Ports visited today: Kristiansund, Trondheim, Rørvik.
The architecture and surroundings in Trondheim create a beautiful setting for any outing, should you prefer a guided tour in Nidaros Cathedral or a casual stroll through Bakklandet. In the evening we continue towards the land of the Midnight Sun.

Day 4  : Arctic Circle and Lofoten Islands

Ports visited today: Brønnøysund, Sandnessjøen, Nesna, Ørnes, Bodø, Stamsund, Svolvær.
Crossing the Arctic Circle is one of the highlights before we arrive in Ørnes. The Arctic Circle marks the southern extremity of the polar, 24-hour sunlit day - often referred to as the “Midnight Sun”. In the evening we reach Svolvær, the administrative center of the Lofoten Islands. These islands are renowned for their small fishing villages with their bohemian atmosphere surrounded by majestic granite cliffs and white sandy beaches. Complete your visit with a stroll between the stock-fish racks and ‘rorbuer’, the traditional, red fishermen’s residences.

Day 5  : Tromsø, the gateway to the Arctic

Ports visited today: Stokmarknes, Sortland, Risøyhamn, Harstad, Finnsnes, Tromsø, Skjervøy.
During the night we pass the magnificent Trollfjord and sail through the spectacular and narrow Raftsund strait. Here, you can admire the rugged mountainous landscape jutting up against the horizon under the endless sun. We continue to Tromsø, a city with many lively restaurants and cafés.

Day 6  : Honningsvåg and the North Cape

Ports visited today: Øksfjord, Hammerfest, Havøysund, Honningsvåg, Kjøllefjord, Mehamn, Berlevåg.
Today we arrive in Honningsvåg, the starting point of our excursion to the spectacular North Cape, the northernmost point of mainland Europe. From the fishing village of Kjøllefjord you can get a “Taste of Lapland”, meeting a real Sámi family.

Day 7  : Kirkenes, the voyage turning point

Ports visited today: Båtsfjord, Vardø, Vadsø, Kirkenes.
The vistas and sea life become more dramatic as we approach Kirkenes, just a few miles from the Russian border and the Sami communities of northern Scandinavia.


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