|Traded as||OSE: HRG|
|Founded||1866 as Troms Fylkes Dampskibsselskap.|
|Key people||Daniel Skjeldam (CEO)|
|Revenue||NOK 3,300 million (2013)|
|Operating income||NOK 261 million (2013)|
|Net income||NOK 26 million (2013)|
|Website||Hurtigruten ASA (English)|
Hurtigruten ASA (OSE: HRG) is a Norwegian transport corporation with headquarters in Narvik, Norway. The company provides services in bus transport, passenger ferry transport, automobile ferry transport, cruise ships, and tourism planning — in addition to operating Hurtigruten, the coastal ferry service along the Norwegian coast from which it takes its name.  The company is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange.
Hurtigruten ASA is the result of a merger between the two previous operators of the Hurtigruten service: Ofotens og Vesteraalens Dampskibsselskab (OVDS) and Troms Fylkes Dampskibsselskap (TFDS). TFDS was founded in 1866, and OVDS was established in 1868. The two companies merged in March 2006 to form Hurtigruten Group ASA, and twelve months later the merged entity assumed its present name.
Hurtigruten coastal express service
Hurtigruten ASA is the sole operator of the Hurtigruten (literally "The Fast Route"), a daily passenger ferry, cruise, and shipping line along the western and northern Norwegian coast.  It operates between the southern Bergen and northeastern Kirkenes. A total of 11 ships operate the route. 
Several former Hurtigruten ships now operate as cruise ships to Antarctica, departing from Ushuaia on the Argentine Tierra del Fuego. The route can include the Falkland Islands and South Georgia Islands. Hurtigruten Group acquired the MS Fram for their tour cruises in Greenland.
The company owns a number of travel related companies, including the tour operator Spitsbergen Travel and a number of travel agencies in Norway and abroad.
The Hurtigruten Museum is a maritime museum about the 'Hurtigruten' that is located in the port city of Stokmarknes, Norway. The MS Finnmarken, retired from the coastal express and a museum ship now, is located on shore beside the Hurtigruten Museum.
Hurtigruten ASA owned two hotels in Bergen; Neptun Hotel and Strand Hotel. The hotels were sold to Bergen Hotel in 2008.
Current ships of the HGR fleet include: 
- MS Fram
- MS Midnatsol
- MS Trollfjord
- MS Finnmarken — replaced MS Finnmarken
- MS Nordnorge
- MS Nordkapp
- MS Polarlys
- MS Nordlys
- MS Richard With
- MS Kong Harald
- MS Vesterålen
- MS Narvik
- MS Lofoten
- MS Nordstjernen
- MV Polar Star
- 'Hurtigruten' (Norwegian Coastal Express) ferry, and coastal cruises
- Hurtigruten: Ships . Accessed 2013-08-28
- Hurtigruten: Antarctica cruises
- Hurtigruten: Iceland cruises
- Hurtigruten: European cruises
- Hurtigruten: Trans-Atlantic Voyage cruises
- Bjørklund, Marco (9 July 2014). "TIRB er solgt". Troms Folkeblad. Archived from the original on 5 August 2014.
- "Bergen Hotel overtar Hurtigruten Hotels". Horecanytt. 19 June 2008. Archived from the original on 5 August 2014.
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