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MS Trollfjord


Named after the dramatic Trollfjord in Lofoten, Hurtigruten’s MS Trollfjord offers all the comforts and modern facilities you could need.

Decorated with Norwegian wood and stone, as well as original paintings that were once on board the old MS Harald Jarl, it gives the perfect setting and atmosphere for your home away from home.

With its large two-story panorama lounge, with wall to wall glass, you can enjoy the natural light and extraordinary views, from a comfortable chair.

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Restaurants

MS Trollfjord's main restaurant is located on Deck 5, but there are also plenty of other places of enjoy a delicious meal or drink.

Also on Deck 5, you'll find the Viking Café, as well as an A la carte restaurant, while on Deck 8 there are two bars and a panorama lounge to relax with a drink.

Entertainment

Throughout the journey there are frequent lectures and talks, giving a great insight into the wildlife, lifestyle and culture of each destination.

Other Facilities

All the ships, except for the older, smaller vessels have a small library where you can immerse yourself in a good book, and a café serving snacks and drinks 24 hours a day.

With a fully equipped fitness room with sauna, as well as an internet room, shops and Viking Market, there's something for everyone.

Out On Deck

Out on the deck you'll find a Jacuzzi, seating area, and Outdoor Explorer deck, perfect for enjoying the stunning views.

Hurtigruten

Hurtigruten is a daily passenger an freight shipping service, along Norway's western and northern coast, and in 2008, celebrated it's 115th birthday. For more than a century, its passenger and cargo ships have connected Northern and Southern Norway, while the expedition ships offer Explorer cruises to Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland, Spitsbergen, Europe, the Americas and across the Atlantic.

On board, the ships provide large, comfortable lounges, where you can enjoy panoramic views as you glide silently and slowly through some of the world’s most beautiful and untouched scenery.

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The Ship Profile


Gross Tonnage: 16,140

Passenger Capacity: 822

Passenger Decks: 7

Cruise Staff and Entertainers: British & International


Dimensions

Length: 135.75m

Beam: 21.5m