Hurtigruten Expeditions (HX) has a raft of new itineraries in Svalbard, Iceland, Northwest Passage and Greenland with more than 80 cruise options across five continents for its upcoming 2025-26 season.
The 2025-26 HX season will also see increased Antarctic capacity and a continued focus on warm weather destinations.
This follows its inaugural season in West Africa (launching November 2023) and the successful introduction of three new Galapagos Islands itineraries in 2023.
HX is the only cruise line to exclusively sail the archipelagos of both Cape Verde and the Bissagos Islands in West Africa.
The line’s largest-ever Greenland season will include more sailings via a fourth vessel, MS Spitsbergen. It will also be one of the first to sail from Nuuk’s new airport (due in 2024), launching four itineraries.
HX will offer two new itineraries in Iceland from Reykjavik and introduce four new Arctic Canada sailings, encompassing two Northwest Passage crossings.
Additionally, 2025 itineraries will see an increased presence of cultural ambassadors and enrichment programs for guests to connect with Arctic Canada’s indigenous communities.
HX CCO Alex Delamere-White said with 130 years’ expedition cruising heritage, HX has more experience than any other operator.
“Our continued investment in the regions and experiences we know best has created a firm foundation. This heritage, combined with our product teams’ dedication to fostering connections with the people and places we visit, will lead to our strongest season yet,” he said.
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