Explore Your Own Backyard with Hurtigruten
PHOTO: Travel the coastline of Newfoundland and Labrador. (photo via Flickr/TravelingOtter)
Whether it’s the laid-back pace of America’s South or the remote and rugged landscape of northern Canada, Hurtigruten’s new line-up of cruise itineraries has it covered. With these 10 adventures, travelers can explore a wide variety of landscapes—both urban and natural:
Coastal Gems of America – Southbound (13 days)
Journey almost 1,400 nautical miles down the eastern seaboard as you make your way from Canada to the vibrant, multicultural city of Miami. Passengers will have the chance to hike in Maine, shop in the Big Apple and wander the charming streets of Charleston along the way.
Coastal Gems of America – Northbound (13 days)
Passengers will experience the diversity of North America’s East Coast on this journey from Miami to Halifax. Stops along the way include Charleston, New York City, Newport, Rhode Island, Boston and Bar Harbor.
Greenland’s unspoiled landscape is the star of the show in this journey. Passengers will learn more about the historical settlements and fishing villages that dot the coastline, as well as the wilderness that lies beyond.
The remote beauty of Canada’s rugged northern shore is on display as you sail past forests, farms and quaint settlements. The adventure ends in the world’s northernmost capital, Reykjavik, Iceland.
Sail where few have sailed before on this journey through Canada’s remote Northwest Passage to Greenland.
This journey follows in the path of early explorers as you sail from Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, to Cambridge Bay, Canada.
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This round trip journey takes in New England’s coastal hotspots—including Newport, Rhode Island, Boston and Maine—before moving up to Canada. There, passengers will have to chance to explore various destinations in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia.
Start in New York City. End in Halifax. In between, explore Newport, Boston and Maine’s stunning coastline with stops in Rockland, Bucksport and Bar Harbor.
Cruise passengers will have the chance to explore the beautiful city of Halifax, as well as Newfoundland with visits to St. John’s, St. Pierre and historic Louisbourg, before making their way down through New England and finally New York City.
Nature lovers will enjoy this exploration of Newfoundland’s rugged coast. The cruise includes visits to remote settlements such as Iles de la Madeleine and the vibrant city of Halifax. Other stops include Bonne Bay and the Gros Morne National Park.
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