Book your next Hurtigruten Expedition from Dover!
Cruise directly from the UK in 2021, 2022 or 2023 and explore unique destinations.
MS Maud sails year-round from Dover exploring the beautiful coast of Norway, the magnificent British Isles, and charming Southern Scandinavia on expertly planned itineraries designed to take you off the beaten track, allowing you to get up close to nature and wildlife.
Set sail from beautiful Dover with its iconic white cliffs and magnificent medieval Castle.
With a full expert Expedition Team on board, including activities, free drinks with meals, and an onboard Science Centre, these voyages are not to be missed.
Small ship Expedition cruising
MS Maud (previously MS Midnatsol) is equipped with advanced technology that makes her exceptionally well-suited for expedition cruises in Norway and the British Isles.
Premium comfort, Science Centre and gym
MS Maud’s bright interiors are appointed in a classic Art Deco style. Colours are inspired by the Midnight Sun, allowing you to relax in warm vibes every day of the year. Channel your inner scientist in the advanced Science Center and enjoy daily lectures in the lecture hall or in the comfort of your cabin with the new streaming service.
Sample delicious dishes from local suppliers in the restaurants and enjoy beverages in the Explorer lounge & bar. On deck 9, you can enjoy the spectacular views from the outdoor Observation deck, and soak in one of the hot tubs. And there´s no better way to enjoy the view than with a drink in the Explorer lounge & bar.
There’s also a gym and a sauna with beautiful views.
More sustainable voyages – powered with biofuel
Sustainability is the core of every detail of your Hurtigruten adventure. Hurtigruten is constantly pushing boundaries, and aim to become completely emission free.
The ship is powered with Biofuel, mixed in with Marine gasoil, to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides and sulphur oxides. Furthermore, the Biofuel used will be environmentally certified and made from waste produce from other industries such as fishing, meaning no palm oil used in its production and no negative effects on rainforests.
As the rest of the Hurtigruten fleet, single-use plastic is banned on MS Maud. This ship is also equipped for shore power, completely eliminating emissions when docked in ports with shore power facilities.