Norwegian cruise ship will sail to the White Sea in 2022
Norwegian cruise ship Hardigruden announces a new voyage to the White Sea of Russia in October 2022 17-day trip They will tour the Arctic islands from Bergen to the Solovetsky archipelago and Arkhangelsk, which some tourists will see.
Asta Laussen, CEO of Hardycrutton Exhibitions, says the White Sea is a long-awaited “dream destination” for travelers. In planning it has definitely been delayed.
Hertikruten continues to be popular with international travelers for its Norwegian coastline, 12-day orbit from Bergen to Kirkenes, and several stops on the Norwegian coast.
But the Hand of the Road The Company travels to remote corners of the world on specially loaded ships. The new Russian route is linked to the announcement of a 2022 cruise to the Galapagos Islands and West Africa.
While Hardigruton cruise ships are comfortable, they are not luxury cruises.
At the time of writing, Hardigir offers travel from lvl 6290. ($ 7,400) per passenger based on two people in one cabin. Does not include transport / price from Bergen or Troms, starting and ending points of the trip. With a passenger capacity of 335 people M.S. Svalbard Renovated in 2016, it now serves dual purposes: a cruise ship and a cruise ship.