6 nights onboard MS Trollfjord

Arctic Capital to Norway's Capital - on the North Cape Line (2024-25)

Join the North Cape Express in the beautiful city of Tromsø for an unforgettable autumn, winter, or spring voyage. See the stunning beauty of the Norwegian coast from Tromsø, above the Arctic Circle, to the southernmost point in Lindesnes, before reaching Norway’s cool capital, Oslo. *Please note that if the date you make your booking is less than 90 days before your chosen departure date, your voyage will start on Day 2 in Tromsø and end on Day 8 in Oslo.
Leaving from: Tromsø
Cruise ship: MS Trollfjord
Visiting: Tromsø Stokmarknes Svolvær Brønnøysund
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Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten, a Norwegian-based cruise line first launched in 1893, offers year-round sailings that traverse the ice-blue waters of the Norwegian coast.

The Coastal Express boasts seven ships that connect 34 communities along Norway's coastline, with the aim of bringing travellers closer to local communities and nature.

The vessels include: Kong Harald, Nordkapp, Nordlys, Nordnorge, Polarys, Richard With and Versteralen.

822
Passengers
69
Crew
2002
Launched
2023
Last refit
16140t
Tonnage
135.75m
Length
21.5m
Width
15kts
Speed
7
Decks
NOK
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Cruise Itinerary
Day 1
Tromsø, Norway
Embark.
Day 2
Stokmarknes, Norway
Day 2
Svolvær, Norway
Day 3
Brønnøysund, Norway
Day 4
Ålesund, Norway
Day 5
Hardangerfjord, Norway
Day 5
Haugesund, Norway
Day 6
Kristiansand, Norway
Day 7
Oslo, Norway
Disembark.
Ship Details
Hurtigruten
MS Trollfjord

MS Trollfjord is a homage both to Norwegian nature and our 130-year heritage sailing the Norwegian coast. Locally sourced natural materials such as wood and stone feature prominently throughout the ship’s furnishings, reflecting the beauty of the fjords we sail through. The style of décor is classic, timeless, and unique in our fleet. You’ll notice details and flourishes that evoke a sense of nostalgia, harking back to a golden era of exclusive small-ship sailing.

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