Hurtigruten’s Arctic Superior cabins are outside cabins (window) that are located on upper decks. All cabins are renovated and include a double bed or twin beds, as well as private bathroom with shower/WC. This is an unspecified cabin category; the exact cabin will be assigned to you upon check-in.
The term unspecified cabin category means that one cannot pre-book a specific cabin type or number, nor the deck where the cabin is located. The cabin will be assigned to you upon check-in.
In order to book a specific cabin number you must upgrade to service level select. Read more about the different service levels.
Please contact us for information about cabin upgrades.
Hurtigruten operates 7 of the 11 ships that sail the Norwegian coastal route. Combined with Havila’s 4 ships there are daily departures from each port along the Norwegian coast between Bergen and Kirkenes and back again. Hurtigruten’s 7 ships are:
Hurtigruten, the original Norwegian coastal express, is served by a fleet of 7 ships. All of them are working ships, transporting goods in addition to passengers. Since the ships will also call to ports during the night, some noise might occur. The facilities provided by the ships are uniform, but the choice of colours, materials and design means that each ship retains its own character.
They have large, comfortable lounges providing good views, fully licensed restaurants, cafés and bars, and souvenir shops that also sell a selection of toiletries. All have a panorama lounge/bar located on the top deck.
The majority of the ships also have outdoor Jacuzzis, fitness rooms and saunas for passengers. The very newest ships have several bars, restaurants and cafés with varied menus, extended conference facilities and internet cafés. All the ships, with the exception of MS Vesterålen, have good facilities for disabled people and have lifts.