Hurtigruten: free cruise if no Northern Lights

Cruise line makes guarantee – on certain departures
Hurtigruten has again stated its Northern Lights promise for the winter 2015-16 season, offering a free voyage if the phenomenon fails to appear on the cruise. But only on select departures.
The ferry and cruise line says that the offer is open to passengers booking a 12-day Classic Round Voyage for departure between October 2015 and February 2016.
It is so confident of offering “the best way to experience the Aurora Borealis” that it is offering guests the choice of a free seven-day Classic Voyage North or six-day Classic Voyage South in an inside twin cabin departing between October 2016 and March 2017.
Those booking a voyage departing in October, November or December 2015 will also have flights from Heathrow or Gatwick included, plus wine or beer with their evening meals.
TTG Digital
[pictured: Aurora Borealis outside the coast of Finnmark during voyage with MS Polarlys, courtesy Hurtigruten, © Ivan Mervillie]


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