Hurtigruten is inviting agents to join them at a unique evening to celebrate the life of Irish-born explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton – on Thursday 11th April at the Ferry Terminal in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin.
The Shackleton Endurance exhibition tells a survival story like no other: Shackleton’s Imperial Trans-Antarctic expedition of 1914-1917. Today it is rightly seen as perhaps the most remarkable in exploration history: a tale of extraordinary leadership – of the triumph of the human heart and spirit when faced with the most terrible odds. But it was years before its true significance emerged.
7.00pm: Join Hurtigruten for a glass of wine followed by a private tour of the exhibition.
7.45pm: Leave exhibition.
8.00pm: Dinner at the Royal St George Yacht Club. After dinner there will be a brief presentation of Hurtigruten’s Explorer voyages to Antarctic and beyond.
11.00pm: Evening finishes.
Places are strictly limited and are on a first come first serve basis.
RSVP Danny Giles on 07824 505283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seminar at Sea
Hurtigruten recently held a ‘Seminar at Sea’ for UK and Irish travel agents. During this educational visit agents got to sample a voyage from Tromso to Trondheim, learnt more about Hurtigruten and its range of products and how to best sell them. In addition the group were lucky enough see the Northern Lights twice while away and enjoyed dog sledging in Tromso.