You’ve Heard of Work from Home? Hurtigruten Launches ‘Work from Ship’

Hurtigruten Expeditions launched a new business travel alternative where guests can work aboard the line’s ships instead of working from home.

Hurtigruten highlights six of its itineraries worldwide as those particularly suitable for North Americans looking to work on water in regions with high-speed and reliable WiFi, even at sea. Itineraries include the U.S. West Coast, numerous Alaska and British Columbia sailings and routes from Halifax to Boston.

“With so many people now working from home, we have created the ultimate work from anywhere experience,” said Storm Tussey-Haverly, Interim President, Hurtigruten Americas.

“If your schedule is fairly flexible, you can work in your cabin or any of the open areas onboard the ship when you need to. But for your extended breaks, you can explore national parks like Redwood, Acadia, or bear-watching in Katmai National Park. Or visit the Aleutian Islands, some of the most remote parts of the country. With us, your lunch break can include a hike among the towering trees of the Pacific Coast, joining a local lobster boat along the Atlantic coast, or kayaking the pristine waters of Alaska. We also offer unbeatable backdrops if you work on the balcony while cruising the Alaskan fjords, the Maine coastline or the West Coast of the United States.”

Hurtigruten also notes that those booking before 30SEP 2021 can save up to USD $1,500 per person.

For more information on Hurtigruten’s itineraries and savings, visit its website.

MA Suite aboard the MS Roald Amundsen
MA Suite aboard the MS Roald Amundsen

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