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17-Night Trip on MS Roald Amundsen

Alaska and British Columbia – Inside Passage, Bears, and Aleutian Islands (Southbound)

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Alaska and British Columbia – Inside Passage, Bears, and Aleutian Islands (Southbound)

Starting in the gold-rush town of Nome, we’ll birdwatch on the isolated islands of St. Paul and St. Matthew before visiting bustling Unalaska and the abandoned town of Unga. Look for Bald Eagles in Chignik Bay and brown bears in Katmai National Park. The expedition cruise ends in Vancouver after visiting the Misty Fjords and the mixed heritage towns of Wrangell and Sitka.

17 Nights Starting At
September 06, 2023 through September 23, 2023
Book by:
September 02, 2023 7:00 PM
Cat: XTJ
Inside Outside Balcony Suite
N/A $8,895.00
Cat: XTJ
$523.24 per night
N/A $10,678.00
Cat: MF
$628.12 per night
More Pricing Information
Inside Outside
N/A $8,895.00
Cat: XTJ
$523.24 per night
Balcony Suite
N/A $10,678.00
Cat: MF
$628.12 per night
More Pricing Information
Itinerary Map
Itinerary Overview
Day 2
Day 4
St. Matthew Island, Alaska
Day 5
St. Paul, Alaska
Day 6
Day 8
Unga Village, Alaska
Day 9
Chignik
Day 10
Geographic Harbor / Kukak Bay / Kinak Bay
Day 12
Day 13
Icy Bay
Day 14
Day 16
Misty Fjords National Monument
Day 17
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Dates & prices
Additional
Offers
Inside Outside Balcony Suite
September 06, 2023

to September 23, 2023

17 Nights from $8,895.00 (USD) Per Person
Cat: XTJ
September 02, 2023 7:00 PM
N/A
$8,895.00
USD
Cat: XTJ
$523.24 per night
N/A
$10,678.00
USD
Cat: MF
$628.12 per night
July 17, 2023

to August 03, 2023

17 Nights from $8,310.00 (USD) Per Person
Cat: RR
July 13, 2023 7:00 PM
N/A
$8,310.00
USD
Cat: RR
$488.82 per night
N/A
$12,578.00
USD
Cat: ME
$739.88 per night
Additional
Offers
September 06, 2023

September 23, 2023

July 17, 2023

August 03, 2023

Inside
N/A
N/A
Outside
$8,895.00
USD
Cat: XTJ
$523.24 per night
$8,310.00
USD
Cat: RR
$488.82 per night
Balcony
N/A
N/A
Suite
$10,678.00
USD
Cat: MF
$628.12 per night
$12,578.00
USD
Cat: ME
$739.88 per night

About MS Roald Amundsen

Ship Overview
MS Roald Amundsen
In 2019, Hurtigruten added a brand new ship to its fleet: the MS Roald Amundsen. The state of the art vessel features new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology that will reduce fuel consumption and show the world that hybrid propulsion on large ships is possible.

MS Roald Amundsen is the first of two hybrid ships Hurtigruten will add to its fleet over the next few years. Emissions are cut by sailing with electrical propulsion. Innovative sustainable technology reduces fuel consumption and CO2-emissions on the ships by 20 percent.

Named after the first man to cross Antarctica and reach the South Pole, MS Roald Amundsen leads the way towards an even more sustainable way of traveling. The ship is specially constructed for voyages in polar waters. It serves as a comfortable base camp at sea – bringing adventurers from all over the world to the most spectacular destinations in the most sustainable way.
Ship Details
Year Built
2019
Ship Length
140 m
Ship Beam
23.6 m
Cruising Speed
15 knots
Gross Tonnage
20,889
Total Capacity
200
Number of Decks
9
Deck Plan Details
Cabin Categories
MA XL Suite with Balcony $18,566.00 USD
MC Corner Suite with Balcony $14,730.00 USD
MB XL Suite $14,460.00 USD
ME Suite with Balcony $11,110.00 USD
MF Corner Suite $10,678.00 USD
XT Arctic Superior Outside cabin on upper deck $9,220.00 USD
XY Arctic Superior Outside cabin on upper deck $9,220.00 USD
XTJ Arctic Superior Outside cabin w/ balcony $8,895.00 USD
Deck plans are not yet available
Ship Overview
Ship Overview
MS Roald Amundsen
In 2019, Hurtigruten added a brand new ship to its fleet: the MS Roald Amundsen. The state of the art vessel features new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology that will reduce fuel consumption and show the world that hybrid propulsion on large ships is possible.

MS Roald Amundsen is the first of two hybrid ships Hurtigruten will add to its fleet over the next few years. Emissions are cut by sailing with electrical propulsion. Innovative sustainable technology reduces fuel consumption and CO2-emissions on the ships by 20 percent.

Named after the first man to cross Antarctica and reach the South Pole, MS Roald Amundsen leads the way towards an even more sustainable way of traveling. The ship is specially constructed for voyages in polar waters. It serves as a comfortable base camp at sea – bringing adventurers from all over the world to the most spectacular destinations in the most sustainable way.
Ship Details
Year Built
2019
Ship Length
140 m
Ship Beam
23.6 m
Cruising Speed
15 knots
Gross Tonnage
20,889
Total Capacity
200
Number of Decks
9
Deck Plan Details
Cabin Categories
MA XL Suite with Balcony $18,566.00 USD
MC Corner Suite with Balcony $14,730.00 USD
MB XL Suite $14,460.00 USD
ME Suite with Balcony $11,110.00 USD
MF Corner Suite $10,678.00 USD
XT Arctic Superior Outside cabin on upper deck $9,220.00 USD
XY Arctic Superior Outside cabin on upper deck $9,220.00 USD
XTJ Arctic Superior Outside cabin w/ balcony $8,895.00 USD
Deck plans are not yet available
About Hurtigruten
Why Cruise with Hurtigruten
At Hurtigruten we give you the opportunity to travel with meaning. Building on our explorer heritage dating back to 1893, our explorations are grounded in the likings of people who value learning and personal growth over luxury. We are world leader in sustainable explorer travels in Polar Regions. We offer unique experiences and impart knowledge in a way that leaves the smallest environmental footprint possible.
Our unique heritage, combined with highly skilled crews and a diverse fleet consisting of nimble, intimately-scaled expedition ships, enables us to offer you unique nature-based experiences at remote corners of the world.

OUR DESTINATIONS
Whether you’re eager to meet a few friendly penguins or longing to search for the elusive polar bear, we offer it all. Our expeditions to destinations like Antarctica, Svalbard, and Iceland are, simply put, unmatched: our ships are floating base-camps-at-sea, built specifically to cruise amongst extreme conditions and access remote regions. They also come with tools to assist you in fully exploring your surroundings, like kayaks, trekking poles, and snowshoes.

Norwegian Coastal Cruises
Our cruises along the Norwegian coast—nicknamed 'The World's Most Beautiful Voyage' by Lonely Planet—have earned their place on lists of iconic traveler routes, along with other classics like the Orient Express, the Nile River, and Route 66.
Experience Norway's beautiful fjords, charming ports, and rare wildlife under the Midnight Sun or spectacular Northern Lights. Our daily departures take you on cruises where no other ships go; no matter the season, our journeys along the Norwegian coast are filled with amazing scenery and unique experiences.

Expedition Cruises
Our history of exploring polar regions traces back to 1896, making us one of the most experienced travel companies in the world. Hurtigruten offers breathtaking experiences in remote corners of the world, expeditions that appeal to those who value thorough exploration of seldom-visited destinations.

Get up close and personal with wildlife, culture and incredible scenery - from pole to pole. With our explorer voyages, we take you from the polar bears of Svalbard in the north to the penguins of Antarctica in the south with our fleet of advanced, intimately-scaled expeditions ships.

Read More

About Hurtigruten
Why Cruise with Hurtigruten
At Hurtigruten we give you the opportunity to travel with meaning. Building on our explorer heritage dating back to 1893, our explorations are grounded in the likings of people who value learning and personal growth over luxury. We are world leader in sustainable explorer travels in Polar Regions. We offer unique experiences and impart knowledge in a way that leaves the smallest environmental footprint possible.
Our unique heritage, combined with highly skilled crews and a diverse fleet consisting of nimble, intimately-scaled expedition ships, enables us to offer you unique nature-based experiences at remote corners of the world.

OUR DESTINATIONS
Whether you’re eager to meet a few friendly penguins or longing to search for the elusive polar bear, we offer it all. Our expeditions to destinations like Antarctica, Svalbard, and Iceland are, simply put, unmatched: our ships are floating base-camps-at-sea, built specifically to cruise amongst extreme conditions and access remote regions. They also come with tools to assist you in fully exploring your surroundings, like kayaks, trekking poles, and snowshoes.

Norwegian Coastal Cruises
Our cruises along the Norwegian coast—nicknamed 'The World's Most Beautiful Voyage' by Lonely Planet—have earned their place on lists of iconic traveler routes, along with other classics like the Orient Express, the Nile River, and Route 66.
Experience Norway's beautiful fjords, charming ports, and rare wildlife under the Midnight Sun or spectacular Northern Lights. Our daily departures take you on cruises where no other ships go; no matter the season, our journeys along the Norwegian coast are filled with amazing scenery and unique experiences.

Expedition Cruises
Our history of exploring polar regions traces back to 1896, making us one of the most experienced travel companies in the world. Hurtigruten offers breathtaking experiences in remote corners of the world, expeditions that appeal to those who value thorough exploration of seldom-visited destinations.

Get up close and personal with wildlife, culture and incredible scenery - from pole to pole. With our explorer voyages, we take you from the polar bears of Svalbard in the north to the penguins of Antarctica in the south with our fleet of advanced, intimately-scaled expeditions ships.

Read More

Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.