Meanwhile, the world's largest krydstogtvirksomheder is in big trouble and have a hard time getting things around and the business is on the mend, it looks much better out of the Norwegian Hurtigruten.
Already 16. June laid a single of the company cruise ships from the berth, and in the course of July, august and september rains Hurtigruten to have virtually its entire fleet back in operation with guests and the usual cruise operations on board.
It tells the adm. director Daniel Skjeldam in a press release, which Travelweekly described.
- We are experiencing strong demand across all our markets and destinations including the Norwegian coast, the Arctic and the Antarctic, says Daniel Skjeldam.
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Hurtigruten is perhaps known for its krydstogtsrejser along the Norwegian coastline, but also offers travel along the f.ex. the south american west coast, just as it is possible to sail with the company in the Caribbean, and Greenland.
the Company has a total 16 ships, and in the end of september is expected to have 14 of them back.
- The demand we are experiencing, to live up to our predictions on that cruise, with smaller ships will be even more popular in the time after the covid-19, because we are more flexible and have fewer guests on board, says Daniel Skjeldam in a press release.
Travelweekly writes that Hurtigruten at present has four cruise again on the Norwegian coast. The company also has a single ship on a route departing from Hamburg.
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