Hurtigruten announces additional UK sailings
Expedition cruise line Hurtigruten has boosted its UK coastal cruise programme with additional sailings.
Due to demand, Hurtigruten is adding two extra ‘British Isles – Picturesque Ports, Isolated Islands and Wonderful Wildlife’ sailings from Dover.
The two,15-day itineraries see guests travel onboard the new MS Maud to destinations i including the Isles of Iona, Holyhead, Isles of Scilly, and Fowey.
The two extra sailings join the existing four scheduled MS Maud expedition departures from Dover this summer exploring some of the most remote locations around the British Isles.
These sailings can be booked with peace of mind thanks to Hurtigruten’s Book with Confidence policy offering flexibility to rebook or the option of a full refund.
“Our small expedition ship MS Maud can reach destinations the big white ships cannot get to, whilst still offering plenty of space to relax and dine onboard. We will create a unique perspective of the British Isles coastline,” said Anthony Daniels, General Manager at Hurtigruten UK and EMEA.
MS Maud accommodates less than 500 guests and has received several significant changes during lockdown, including a name change from MS Midnatsol.
It has introduced the Science Center to the ship and updated the audio-visual systems in the Lecture Hall.
This now allows lectures to be streamed to all cabins and suites.
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