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Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people

Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people Photo: Hurtigruten Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people Photo: Hurtigruten
Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people Photo: Hurtigruten
Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people Photo: Hurtigruten
Enjoy Norway’s iconic coastline from the comfort of a Hurtigruten ship, the original coastal voyage since 1893.

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  • Fitness room
  • Sauna

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Join Hurtingruten on board with a companion, and only pay for one passenger. With our two-for-one offer, you can seek the northern lights and enjoy the white Arctic winter on board our ships whilst making a wonderful saving.

Selected departures: October – December 2013
Classic voyages from
£756 for two people

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  • Cruise Cruise
  • Fjord & Coastal Cruise Fjord & Coastal Cruise
  • Ferries & Boats Ferries & Boats

Facility overview

  • Fitness room
  • Sauna
  • General facilities

    • sauna
    • lounge
    • fitness room
  • Treatment Offers

    • jacuzzi
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    • cabins
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Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people

Join Hurtingruten on board with a companion, and only pay for one passenger. With our two-for-one offer, you can seek the northern lights and enjoy the...

Hurtigruten Winter Voyage for two people

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