Expedition cruise specialist Hurtigruten is to offer a series of cruises departing from Dover for its 2021/22 season.
The line will be offering 13 or 15-day “no fly” expedition itineraries departing from Dover onboard MS Maud which will visit remote destinations around the British Isles, Norway and southern Scandinavia.
The five itineraries from Dover will feature visits to destinations such as Norway’s Lofoten Islands, Rathlin Island and Sweden’s Koster Islands.
There will also be trips into the Arctic circle in winter to see the Northern Lights, which will be covered by Hurtigruten’s Northern Lights Promise where guests who do not get to see the iconic lights will be invited on another trip free of charge. This offer is valid for selected departures from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2020.
UK general manager Anthony Daniels said: “We are delighted to launch our new expedition cruises from Dover 2021/22 brochure which will be available to all our travel agent partners.
“There are some incredible itineraries as well as new destinations included that deliver truly authentic adventures for those who are curious to experience more of the world around them.
“Every destination has been handpicked by experts to create the ultimate expedition for guests. With departures from Dover and the small ship ambience of the MS Maud, we’ve made it even easier for guests to get up and close to nature – something the bigger ships can’t.”