The ship is to undergo engine repairs and replace a lifeboat that was damaged when Fram lost power on Friday night and brushed against a glacier.
As earlier reported, the Jan. 2 voyage is canceled. Fram is expected to return to service on Jan. 10 from Ushuaia.
Hurtigruten said passengers on the current sailing will be compensated an amount to be determined and will receive a 30% discount on a future cruise in Antarctica or along the Norwegian coast.
Passengers booked on the canceled Jan. 2 departure will receive a full refund plus 50% off a future sailing. Hurtigruten said it hopes to rebook passengers on cruises that run through February.