Hurtigruten without cabin

Hurtigruten without cabin? – Western Norway Forum

Apr 02, 2015 · Answer 1 of 5: I am thinking of taking the Hurtigruten trip from Bergen to Alesund or Molde, which leaves 22:30 and arrives at 12:00 and 18:00 I see that there is an option not to book a cabin. For budget travelers this seems good. Are there areas where you

Hurtigruten without cabin – Tromso Forum – TripAdvisor

Apr 15, 2015 · Cabins on Hurtigruten are just like hotel rooms or train compartments. You pay per cabin, not per bed. In the olden days you could book a singe berth in a 4-bedded cabin and risk sharing, but I expect those days to be over.

Cabin Vs Suite on a Hurtigruten Cruise in Norway

Cabin Vs Suite on a Hurtigruten Cruise in Norway Posted by Amanda Woods on 14.01.14 When planning a cruise there’s that moment where some of us can’t help but ponder the price difference between a cabin and a suite and wonder if we can justify it.

Thorn Tree – Hurtigruten without booking

But when I clicked the option NO CABIN it showed me the price 55.00 Euros per person WITHOUT cabin. I wrote to Hurtigruten about the NO CABIN and he called it an OUTSIDE CABIN. So I understand that when you want a cabin it means inside cabin and no cabin is outside cabin. I think the no cabin will be full only when the season starts in mid-June.

Hurtigruten without cabin – TripAdvisor

Re: Hurtigruten without cabin 22 Apr 2015, 09:33 I think Hurtigruten is trying to discourage people to spend the night in the lounges, but as previously said it is public transport and it is totally possible to book an overnight ticket without a cabin.

Hurtigruten without cabin – Tromso Forum – TripAdvisor

Answer 11 of 20: Hi, We are thinking of taking the Hurtigruten between Tromso (or Skjervoy) and KjollefjordWe are on a budget and this seems the way to get to our intended area and ride the ferry without a cabin. What is the deal on no cabin? Can you roll

Cruising Hurtigruten without a cabin – Bergen Forum

<> You were allocated a cabin dependant upon how much your fare was. I guess you were point to point. Small ships are noisy especially as Hurtigruten stops at …

Hurtigruten Cabins Information – Coastal Cruises.

Cabin Information Your Hurtigruten cruise fare is charged according to which cabin grade you choose. Each ship has several different cabin grades, colour-coded as per the table below, and these colour codes are also shown in the price panels for your holiday.

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Choosing Hurtigruten cabins: differences, details

Important advice as you start to analyze all of the many Hurtigruten cabin types and letter classifications (called “grades”): Almost without exception all Polar (lowest class) and Arctic (middle class) rooms have separate beds and are quite similar. That means two separate single beds that flip down or up, converting from seating or sofas to a bed.

Hurtigruten’s Norwegian Coastal Journey : Q & A

Hurtigruten, A Cruise Along the Coast of Norway. This post is a compilation of questions emailed to me after our Hurtigruten Coastal Journey.I tried to answer all of them, but if I …

Hurtigruten cruises – Rick Steves Travel Forum

Our Hurtigruten experience is extremely limited but I am replying in absence of someone else with more shipboard experience offering comment. Our on-board experience was limited to bing deck passengers overnight voyage between the village of Mehamn to Kirkenes on the Nordnorge about 10 years ago.

Thorn Tree – Hurtigruten Ship – sleeping on the deck

Hi all. I’m taking a port-to-port trip from Tromso to Bodo on the Hurtigruten cruise liner at the very end of February. The prices for a single cabin are astronomical, where as a ticket without …

Hurtigruten without cabin – tripadvisor.co.za

Cabins on Hurtigruten are just like hotel rooms or train compartments. You pay per cabin, not per bed. In the olden days you could book a singe berth in a 4-bedded cabin and risk sharing, but I …

hurtigruten.com – Antarctica & Arctic Expeditions

Hurtigruten offers expeditions to Antarctica and the Arctic, as well as coastal cruises along the stunning Norwegian coast. Join our explorations of the world for an authentic and immersive experience.