Hurtigruten : MS Kong Harald

Although this ship is named after today's King of Norway, Harald, you will find other famous Norwegians on board as well: The bar is
named after Nobel Peace Laureate and Norwegian polar pioneer Fridtjof Nansen, and the caf

 

Dining

Norway's culinary traditions have much in common with the scenery of the coastline. It is always fresh, distinctive, and full of variety. Hurtigruten strives to give guests a truly unique and authentic experience, and local produce and traditional cuisine are incorporated into every element of the culinary experience on board. Hurtigruten is able to get fresh produce from local suppliers every day, from both coastal and inland areas.

Norway's Coastal Kitchen

In a unique and creative partnership with celebrity chef Andreas Viestad, Hurtigruten serves the bounty of Norway's fresh, local ingredients, along with the stories of the people and places that supply these special foods. Guests will be able to enjoy fresh Atlantic char that was delivered to the ship just a few hours before dinner service.

Hurtigruten's "Norway's Coastal Kitchen" reflects the true character of the country, giving guests a much more memorable and distinctive travel experience.

Life On Board

From the moment you embark, you will notice the atmosphere on board. And what's more, you will notice something in yourself. As the peace and tranquility of the scenery and relaxed pace takes hold, you will find your senses enhanced to everything around you.

Common Spaces and Amenities
  • Bars
  • Arcade
  • Lounges
  • Restaurant
  • Caf

Excursions

The true variety of Norwegian landscape, history, and culture reveals itself through Hurtigruten's enlightening and memorable excursions. Join in on action-filled adventures on land or water, enjoy authentic Norwegian traditions and culture, or experience beautiful wildlife, nature, and coastal highlights. Each season brings with it the opportunity to participate in new excursions.