Hurtigruten unveils custom-designed agent portal

Enhanced platform designed for agents in Australia and New Zealand

A new booking portal designed exclusively for Australian and New Zealand agents has been launched by arctic cruise expedition experts, Hurtigruten.

Offering a seamless, user-friendly booking experience and an engaging resource and learning centre, the new Hurtigruten Agent Portal is part of Hurtigruten’s ongoing commitment to providing industry-leading, streamlined and efficient tools for managing all sales activities.

“The development of our state-of-the-art portal has been a focus for us since we launched our new Australian office last year,” said Damian Perry, Managing Director Hurtigruten Asia Pacific. “The travel agent community is so important to our business, and our new portal will provide them with a robust, user-friendly resource for learning, planning, booking and promoting the wonderful experiences Hurtigruten has to offer their clients.”

Screenshot of the landing page of

The enhanced platform provides a single location for all travel agent engagement, where users can access key brand and sales promotion information, find essential marketing materials, and manage all itinerary planning and bookings in the one location.

The Hurtigruten portal also features easy to use navigation panes, step-by-step “how-to” videos, convenient cruise locator functions and much more.

Portal highlights

  • Detailed ship information including deck plans, individual cabin specifications and images.
  • Specific ship and itinerary training modules as well as general and destination information
  • All the latest offer details and associated marketing collateral
  • Downloadable brochure PDFs to share with clients
  • Live availability and real-time bookings
Another screenshot of the landing page of

“We’re very excited to share our new portal with travel agents, and feedback from our testing group has been enthusiastic. We’re really pleased to be able to offer this great new service to our valued agents,” added Perry.


Lead image: MS Roald Amundsen, Antarktis | Credit: Dan Avila

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