From Antarctica to West Africa, the British Isles to Svalbard and Iceland to Greenland, Hurtigruten Expeditions’ Freedom Sale offers the world to the adventurous traveller. There has never been a better time to start exploring pristine destinations as far flung as Svalbard to Antarctica and save up to 15 per cent on select sailings in 2022 and 2023. The choice is unending for the consummate traveller.

Hurtigruten Expeditions’ Freedom Sale will reignite your travel passions and secure once-in-a-lifetime experience at a very special rate. And for your peace of mind, Hurtigruten Expeditions have relaxed their booking conditions with their Book with Confidence offer on 2022 departures.

It’s now time to live your travel dreams with Hurtigruten Expeditions.

Freedom Sale highlights include:

Antarctic Circle Expedition

This is one of the longest expeditions in Antarctica, departing at the peak of its summer with an attempt to sail below the Antarctic Circle to reach the usually secluded yet magnificent Marguerite Bay. This expedition is pure Antarctica.

You will be mesmerised by the scenic sunsets, adolescent penguins and amazing whales. The 18-day journey aboard the hybrid-powered MS Fridtjof Nansen departs on 12, 28 January, 6 and 13 February 2023 with prices starting at $12,678* per person.

British Isles – Remote Islands, Natural Wonders and a Diverse Coastline

Enjoy a unique coastal exploration along the length of the British Isle and beyond, discovering the wildlife, nature and distinct heritage of these diverse destination. Accompanied by Hurtigruten’s expedition team ornithologists, you will spot birdlife at two of the largest seabird colonies in Europe – Rathlin Island and the UNESCO-listed St Kilda archipelago.

Your journey starts at Dover, cruising along the south coast of England, up the west coast of the British Isles to the Hebrides before returning to Dover via different ports. This expedition is crammed full of discovery, taking in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, Republic of Ireland, Scotland and the Hebridean Islands. The 13-day cruise onboard MS Maud departs on April 12, 2022 with prices starring from $4909*pp

Kinak Bay, Katmai Alaska

Alaska and British Columbia – Wilderness, Glaciers and Culture (Southbound)

Explore the vast wilderness of Alaska as you journey from Anchorage to Vancouver, taking in the wonders of Misty Fjord, College Fjord and Icy Bay. Historic towns and wild landscapes await you in the Last Frontier. Your adventure starts with a scenic drive from Anchorage, Alaska’s city to Seward . Here you will set sail into the Prince William Sound where you will see spectacular glaciers and spot amazing wildlife such as humpback whales, bald eagles and otters. Hybrid-ship, MS Roald Amundsen will drop anchor ay William Henry Bay, an old copper and gold mining site. Keep a look out for deer while you hike through the forest with local guides. The 14-day journey departs on May 31 and June 24, 2022 with prices starting from $6282*pp.

Norway in the Spring – Expedition Cruise to the West Coast Fjords

Sailing from Dover in spring, you will witness the magic of the Norwegian west coast fjords as the sun returns and the snow melts after the long winter. At this time of the year, the fjords are quieter, the flowers are just coming into bloom and the mountain tops are still frosted with snow. You will see waterfalls in all their glory as sparkling pure meltwater tumbles over rocks and makes its way to the sea. Down in the valleys, pastures are green, fruit trees are in bloom and the idyllic fjord villages emerge from hibernation.

You will visit beautiful Bergen, sail along the spectacular Norwegian coast all the way above the Polar Circle to the dramatic North Cape, Lofoten Islands, Tromso and Alta, the City of Northern Lights. The 21-day voyage onboard MS Maud departs on March 23, 2022 with prices starting from $7273*pp.

* Savings per person, twin share. Visit for full terms and conditions.