British Isles – Remote islands, natural wonders and a diverse coastline

  • 12 nights, departs on the 10th Sept 2021
  • Hurtigruten, MS Maud
  • Dover, Fishguard, Rathlin Island + 10 more
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Norwegian-based cruise line Hurtigruten, first launched in 1893, offers year-round sailings around the Norwegian coast as well as expedition cruises exploring the polar regions. There are 18 ships within the Hurtigruten fleet, including the newly launched MS Roald Amundsen, which was the first ship ever to be christened in Antarctica and is the world’s first hybrid-powered cruise ship. Sister ship MS Fridtjof Nansen, which launched this year, is the near-identical twin to Roald Amundsen. Three existing Hurtigruten vessels have also been fitted with hybrid technology to become premium expedition ships carrying a maximum of 530 guests and at least six other ships in the fleet will be powered by a combination of electricity, natural gas and fuel made from organic waste by 2021 – making Hurtigruten one of the world’s greenest cruise lines. The line has even introduced electric snowmobiles, charged by the midnight sun and Arctic winds, on the island of Svalbard.

Cruise Itinerary

Day 1
Your adventure begins in Dover
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Day 5
Day 9
Day 10
Day 12
Day 13

MS Maud, ship details

MS Maud is designed to take you on an expedition of the Norwegian coast in maximum comfort, equipped for a sustainable and memorable expedition.

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Cabin prices for 10th Sept 2021


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£3,315 *pp


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£3,537 *pp

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£9,395 *pp

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