Unless you travel with Hurtigruten – the coastal express that traffick the coast from Bergen and points north – in which case you can hop on and hop off as you like. Maybe you’ll want to spend a few extra days someplace along the way? Well, with Hurtigruten, you can.
Cruise ships depart for Norway from many different ports in Europe, making it easy and convenient to get here with minimum hassle and maximum comfort. Of course, you can also choose to fly directly to Norway and start your cruise here.
If you are employed by a cruise line, tour operator or travel agency, Cruise Norway can help you with information about Cruise Norway member ports, destinations, attractions and other services provided by collaborating companies.
A marketing company established by Norwegian port authorities, transport companies and other Norwegian suppliers, Cruise Norway's intention is to contribute to a simpler planning process.
Cruise Norway also defines a set of guidelines for Norwegian cruise ports and destinations, helping them to deliver the best possible quality and service.
Find more information on Cruise Norway's website.
Azamara Club Cruises
Cruise1st (UK site)
Cruise & Maritime Voyages
Celebrity Cruises (UK site)
Compagnie des Iles du Ponant
Fred. Olsen Cruises
Holland America Line
Four car ferry companies sail daily from Denmark, Sweden, and Germany to several destinations in Norway. Most operators offer package deals for cars with passengers and discounts for seniors, students, and children.
There are many ways to experience the Norwegian coast. Filter your search and check out the boat and ferry services below.