Hurtigruten Offers Free Flights to Antarctica for Expedition Cruises

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If you’re ready to plan your Antarctica expedition cruise for 2019, Hurtigruten is offering complimentary roundtrip air.  But time to reserve your space is limited.  The free air offer is only good until July 31, 2018.

Who is Hurtigruten?

Hurtigruten, a Norwegian-based expedition cruise company, has been around since 1893.  Since then, Hurtigruten has become a world leader in exploration travel with 14 ships exploring the world at any given time.  Two more ships are on order, the MS Roald Amundsen and MS Fridtjof Nansen, and scheduled to launch in 2019 and 2020, respectively.  They will be the most advanced and environmentally friendly expedition vessels at sea, as well as the world’s first hybrid electric-powered cruise ships.

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To give a boost for select 2019 expedition cruises, taking advantage of Hurtigruten’s free roundtrip air is a great way to experience an expedition cruise and visit Antarctica.   This promotion is available but only for a limited time.  Some of the places visited on the expedition cruises include the Falkland Islands, Chilean Fjords, Patagonia, and more.

Expedition cruises in conjunction with the complimentary roundtrip air include:

Antarctica and Falklands – Southern Hemisphere Adventure

      • Departs October 26 aboard MS Midnatsol

Patagonia, Chilean Fjords & Antarctica – Voyage of Discovery

      • Departs October 26 aboard MS Roald Amundsen

Antarctica – Highlights of the Frozen Continent

      • Departs November 10, 21 and December 2, 28 aboard MS Midnatsol

Chilean Fjords, Antarctica & Falklands – Great Explorers and Wildlife

      • Departs November 11, 27 and December 26 aboard MS Roald Amundsen

Antarctica – Christmas on the White Continent

      • Departs December 13 aboard MS Midnatsol

Chilean Fjords and Antarctica – White Christmas Adventure

      • Departs December 13 aboard MS Roald Amundsen

Where to begin?

For information about this free roundtrip air offer, visit here:  Hurtigruten

Source:  Hurtigruten

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