Cruises With No Stops Have Started Operating

Things have been a little different recently, largely when it comes to travel. It looks as though things could soon find a sense of normality, especially as cruises with no stops have started operating. Perhaps seeing the world isn’t so out of the question?

Setting Sail

Just because the world is still a little distant doesn’t mean that you can’t see the beauty on offer. One cruise company, Hurtigruten, is now offering 14-day cruises with a difference. Rather than making stops along the way, passengers will be permitted to stay on the boat at all times. The cruise sets off from Hamburg in Germany and travels all the way to Norway with plenty to see in between.

Changing Itineraries

Rules and regulations are changing all the time. Still, Hurtigruten says that it is confident it will be able to change itineraries at the drop of a hat if things are lifted. This means that you might be permitted to set foot on shore or head out on an excursion even though it didn’t seem possible when you set off on your cruise.

Plenty To See And Do

Although you can’t leave the cruise ship to visit other countries, you will be allowed to stretch your legs. Plus, there will be plenty to look at thanks to the mountain scenery and mountain fjords on offer. Hurtigruten is also offering the chance to use the paddleboards, kayaks, and boats. This means that guests on the cruises will be able to see the sights a little closer without breaking any rules.

The world is slowly learning how to adapt to the new normal, and it looks as though cruises with no stops could be a great step for the travel company. This might be the first cruise to start, but it probably won’t be the last we hear from the travel industry.