Plant
your
flag
in Arctic
Canada

In 1911 Roald Amundsen planted the Norwegian flag at the South Pole. Now it’s time for you to plant yours.

Planting a flag in the wilderness is a symbol of achievement. For some, climbing Mount Everest is worth planting a flag, while for others just getting through a night in a tent in the back yard might be worth celebrating. With Hurtigruten’s new Explorer fleet, you will have the chance to plant your personal flag in some of the most exciting and remote areas in the world.

Welcome to the land of forested hinterlands teeming with wildlife.

The edge
of the world

Imagine deep valleys, steep cliffs, sandy beaches and spectacular fjords. Imagine one of a kind wilderness adventures. Imagine rocky crags, drifting icebergs and whales steaming through the waves. Add charming cities and fascinating Viking history. You find all of this in Arctic Canada. 

Explore the narrow streets and hidden alleyways of St Johns, the capital of Newfoundland. This town has the perfect combination of big-city luxury and small-town charm – full of culture, history and personality. Cruise the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, where astonishing hiking trails await you. Dozens of wee fishing villages pepper the coast all the way up to Baffin Island, homeland of Inuit and a place where Viking artefacts have been discovered. 

Welcome to the land of stunning scenery, spectacular shoreline and forested hinterlands teeming with wildlife. Welcome to Arctic Canada.

1. © Barrett MacKay
2. © Barrett MacKay
3. © Steve Allen

Welcome to the land of forested hinterlands teeming with wildlife.
“Being a parent is the best adventure so far”

CECILIE SKOG &
ALEKSANDER GAMME

Cecilie Skog is the only woman in the world to have reached The North Pole, The South Pole and the summit of Mount Everest. She has also climbed the highest mountain on each continent, known as “The Seven Summits”. The Norwegian adventurer has years of mountain and glacier guiding experience, as well as degrees in nursing and “friluftsliv”, but her greatest passion in life is her love for exploring.

Her husband Aleksander Gamme is recognized as probably the most versatile expedition profile in Norway. He has led and completed a variety of expeditions. For instance, summited Everest and several other high mountains, cycled through Sahara, completed the worlds longest skitrek, and flown up in the air with Heliumballoons. He has also published several books and articles about his adventures.

Together with their kids, they are preparing to plant a flag in Arctic Canada, representing their passion for “friluftsliv”.

1. © Andreas Kleiberg
2. © Aleksander Gamme
3. © cecilieskog.com

“Being a parent is the best adventure so far”

Arctic Canada awaits

Do as Cecilie Skog and Aleksander Gamme, and make the deep valleys and spectacular fjords of Arctic Canada your next adventure

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The new age
of exploration

The future of shipping will be silent and emission free. MS Roald Amundsen is the first of two hybrid ships Hurtigruten will add to its fleet over the next few years, cutting emissions by sailing with electrical propulsion.

About the ships

Discover the Hurtigruten experience

A Hurtigruten expedition is more than just a vacation. It’s the chance to explore untouched wilderness, expand your horizons and claim a new sense of adventure

  1. History
    and
    experience

    With a history dating back to 1893, Hurtigruten are experts in operating in extreme conditions. Our Expedition team have years of experience and the scientific knowledge to safely guide you through every encounter on your adventure.

  2. Environmental
    responsible
    adventures

    Offering expedition voyages to pristine and vulnerable destinations comes with a great environmental responsibility. Hurtigruten is a global front runner and change maker in green shipping.

  3. Activity
    based
    expeditions

    The Hurtigruten explorer vessels offer outdoor activities such as climbing, kayaking, rib-tours, whale and sea eagle safaris, all in exceptionally beautiful environments.

  4. Connection
    to nature
    and wildlife

    The Hurtigruten vessels are specially designed for offering guests up-close nature experiences. We try to come as close as possible, as long as it’s prudent, to whales, penguins, waterfalls and many other spectacular wildlife and nature elements.

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