A combined project between Kongsberg Maritime and Myklebust Verft will convert three Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express vessels to hybrid operation as part of plans to cut coastal CO2 emissions by at least 25 percent
Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten made headlines around the world when it became among the very first cruise ships to operate during the pandemic.
As a response to the global coronavirus outbreak, Hurtigruten will stop operations on the Norwegian coast through April 19th. All international expedition sailings are cancelled through April 28th.
Wärtsilä will supply a broad scope of solutions that will support Hurtigruten, the world’s largest expedition cruise operator, in its push for greener and more sustainable shipping.
The Norwegian exploration cruise line Hurtigruten has placed an order for two new hybrid powered expedition ships at Kleven Yards, due to be delivered in 2019, in addition to an option for two additional vessels.
Høglund to deliver biogas-ready fuel solutions for six Hurtigruten passenger ship retrofits in collaboration with HB Hunte Engineering, supporting greener travel in cruise sector.
Hurtigruten orders new, groundbreaking hybrid powered expedition cruise ship to be built at Kleven Verft. Hurtigruten has signed a memorandum of understanding with Kleven for the construction of their third hybrid powered expedition cruise ship.