Hurtigruten announces 2 more no-fly cruises from the UK in 2022

   March 9, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

The Norwegian cruise and ferry company Hurtigruten announced additional no-fly cruises from the UK scheduled for 2022.

The two itineraries are out of Liverpool and Portsmouth and will bring to 30 the number of Hurtigruten's no-fly cruises in 2022 - a significant increase over previous years.

The new voyages will explore ”the beauty and nature of the British Isles and Iceland” and are planned for the hybrid-powered expedition ship MS Fridtjof Nansen (2020-built/2021-inaugurated).

MS Fridtjof Nansen cruise ship

The first sailing (departing May 7, 2022) is a 4-day "taster cruise" designed for travellers interested in Hurtigruten brand's features or the ship travel as a concept in general. The voyage is priced from GBP 590 per person (with double occupancy) and visits Fowey (Cornwall England) and Waterford (Ireland).

The second sailing (departure May 10, 2022) is a 15-day roundtrip from Liverpool to Iceland with call ports Stornoway (Isle of Lewis and Harris, Scotland), Iceland (Heimaey Island, Reykjavik, Akureyri) and Kirkwall (Orkney Island, Scotland). The UK-Iceland cruise is priced from GBP 4,920 pp (with double occupancy).