Travel along the Norwegian coastline from Bergen to Kirkenes and discover Norway’s hidden gems - from the old, rustic coastal villages to the striking mountains, and the awe-inspiring waterfalls. During your voyage, be sure to witness the majestic beauty of the famous Northern Lights as you journey along the coastline.
MS Finnmarken cruises feature comfortable, cosy cabins to contrast the cold Arctic air just outside your window. Keep warm while taking in some seriously breathtaking panoramas of the Norwegian landscape.
MS Finnmarken is marked for its Art Deco decor, which was the style back when the ship that first bore its name was constructed in 1912. Clean, geometric lines and rich colours take centre stage here, helping you get warm and comfortable against the chilly setting of the Norwegian coastline. But don’t let the cold hold you back. Think of the Arctic setting as a goosebump-inducing perk – because you won’t feel it when you’re swimming on the ship’s deck-side pool or luxuriating in the hot tub.
There’s no shortage of dining options onboard, with cafes and restaurants scattered across the ship’s desk. There’s a bar and a sauna, too. With spectacular ocean views, the sauna is one of the best places onboard to relax and rejuvenate. And after a long day of sightseeing and exploring, there’s no better way to get cosy than by browsing the contents of MS Finnmarken’s homely library.
The top deck features a panorama lounge where you can feel free to sit back, relax and enjoy the majestic vistas of Norway with Hurtigruten. With remarkable views throughout, MS Finnmarken guarantees to give you a truly memorable experience.
The facilities in Huritgruten cabins vary between ships and the various cabin grades. Towels and shower gel/liquid soap are provided in all cabins, in addition to this all cabins
(except for MS Lofoten and some cabins on board MS Vesteralen) also have a hair dryer. Tea/Coffee making facilities are available in suites only.
Grand Suites consist of one or two rooms, including a seating area, TV, stereo, Internet access, mini-bar, some with bathtub, most also have a private balcony or bay window.
Suites consist of one or two rooms, a seating area, TV, mini-bar, some come with a private balcony.
One room consisting of a Seating area, TV and mini-bar.
With limited view / no view these mini suites consist of a seating area, TV and mini-bar.
A cabin with separate beds, one of which can be turned into a sofa, and a table.
A cabin with separate beds, one of which can be turned into a sofa, (some with upper / lower berths).
With limited / no view, category J cabins contain separate beds, one can be turned into a sofa. Some with upper / lower berths.
With portholes, category L cabins contain separate beds, one can be turned into a sofa. Some with upper / lower berths.
Inside cabins contain separate beds, of which one of the beds can turned into a sofa. Some with upper / lower berths.
Visiting 34 ports, Hurtigruten have an exceptional opportunity to get fresh produce from local suppliers everyday. This means delicious new and fresh ingredients, both from coastal and inland areas.
Based on the season's best ingredients, the chefs create either three-course dinners or lavish buffets. Being a coastal voyage, seafood dominates the menu, accompanied with fresh vegetables and delicately flavoured sauces. Each dinner ends with traditional desserts, like home-made cakes, puddings, berries or sorbet. Breakfast and lunch is served buffet style, while dinner is à la carte.
Passengers are requested to go to the restaurant on embarkation to make their table reservation. The usual meal times are: breakfast from 08.00 to 10.00 hours (open sitting); lunch from 13.00 hours (open sitting); dinner from 18.00 hours (set seating). During high season, there may be several sittings, the times of which will be shown on board. Full board begins with a buffet dinner on departure from Bergen and ends with brunch on the arrival day back in Bergen. The food is Norwegian and breakfast is buffet style with a selection of cold meats, cheese, eggs, cereals and fruit. Lunch is the famous Cold Table with a choice of fish dishes, cold meats, salads, a selection of hot dishes, desserts and fruit. Dinner is a three-course set meal; there is not usually a choice of menu. Occasionally the Cold Table may be served in the evening and the set meal at lunch time. All vessels are fully licensed.
The à la carte menu is a dining experience out of the ordinary - a dinner made from ultra-premium produce from our local suppliers. For those who are taking a classic voyage, full board is included in the price, and you can upgrade to the à la carte option for a small fee.
Even if you don’t have full board, you are still welcome to order tge à la carte menu. On most of Hurtigruten ships, the à la carte menu will be served in separate areas of the restaurants. Enjoy two-, three, four- or five-course dinners, and choose from four different starters, five main courses, four desserts and our famous cheese. Additional wine and drinks packages are also available. You can only book the à la carte menu when you are on board.
The emphasis on board is on relaxation and getting away from the commercial entertainment which is so often a part of conventional cruises. The aim is to get closer to unique environments and share the experience with fellow passengers.
As a part of Hurtigruten’s seasonal product concepts, they offer some interesting onboard activities, demonstrations and presentations during the voyages.The activities which take place both inside the vessels and outside on deck, have relevance to the season you are sailing in. It is up to the guest to join and the activities will be announced in the day to day programmes or announced on board.
A lounge with plenty of seating and tables, enjoy a panoramic view of the passing scenery along with a drink available to with bar service.
The onboard shop sells souvenirs, knitwear, books, postcards, postage stamps and a limited supply of toiletries.
Passwords can be purchased from reception, costs are currently 40NOK for 30 mins, 60NOK for 1 hour and 200NOK for 6 hours (subject to change).
The books are in a variety of languages including Norwegian, German and English.
Keep yourself feeling fresh and active in the Fitness Room or sweating away the day in the sauna.
A basic fitness centre for passengers to enjoy.
Take a dip in the swimming pool whilst floating past the beautiful scenery.
Relax in the jacuzzis whilst floating past the scenery.
Head to the sauna and relax in luxury.
Enjoy a lecture on the ship's deck or conference rooms and learn something new.
There are often lectures and presentations held on deck out in the fresh air. These lectures and presentations are related to marine and coastal life. For example, there is a performance of "Arctic Circle Ceremony" or "Leaving the Arctic" rituals when crossing the Arctic Circle, cod tongue-cutting demonstrations and training on how to fillet a fish, all of which are led by local fishermen. There are other activities on board, such as hunting for the Northern Lights in winter or sleeping on deck under the midnight sun.
Of course, all of these activities and lectures are voluntary. If you wish to simply relax and enjoy the view of the ever-changing scenery, you are more than welcome to do so.
There is a playroom available for children.
Let your children enjoy their stay in the playroom with activities available to them.