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MS Maud Deck Plan

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Deck 3

MS Maud, previously MS Midnatsol, is named after one of the most famous polar vessels of all time, Roald Amundsen's 'Maud' from 1917. The original 'Maud' got her name from the first Queen of modern-day Norway. She also had her namesake in Hurtigruten Expedition’s 1925 flagship, DS Dronning Maud ('DS Queen Maud'). This ship has passed stringent tests and has been accredited by the leading independent certification body Bureau Veritas (BV). The strict and thorough safety audit required by BV ensures every ship is in compliance with industry and international health, safety and hygiene best practices. When you see the SafeGuard label, you can feel confident the vessel you’re sailing in meets the highest standards to achieve certification. SafeGuard furthermore ensures that best practice guidelines are being followed with regard to hygiene, sanitation and limiting the spread of infectious diseases on board. Her bright interiors are appointed in a classic Art Deco style. Colours are inspired by the Midnight Sun, allowing you to relax in warm vibes every day of the year. Channel your inner scientist in the advanced Science Center and enjoy daily lectures in the lecture hall or in the comfort of your cabin with our new streaming service. Sample delicious dishes from local suppliers in the restaurants and enjoy beverages and the spectacular views in the Explorer Lounge & Bar. On deck 9, you can enjoy the spectacular views from the outdoor Observation deck. There’s also a gym and a sauna with stunning views.

Deck 4

Polar Outside

Cabin Grade: L2

Cabins on deck 4 that sleeps up to two people, with limited or no view. Flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 9 - 15 m2 Bathroom TV Double bed

Polar Outside

Cabin Grade: O2

Cabins on decks 4 that sleeps up to two people, with a double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 10 - 12 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Polar Outside

Cabin Grade: N2

Cabins on deck 4 that sleeps up to two people, with a double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 11 - 12 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Polar Inside

Cabin Grade: I2

Cabins on decks 4, 6, and 7 that sleeps up to two people, with a double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 9 - 15 m2 No window Bathroom TV Double bed

Deck 5

MS Maud, previously MS Midnatsol, is named after one of the most famous polar vessels of all time, Roald Amundsen's 'Maud' from 1917. The original 'Maud' got her name from the first Queen of modern-day Norway. She also had her namesake in Hurtigruten Expedition’s 1925 flagship, DS Dronning Maud ('DS Queen Maud'). This ship has passed stringent tests and has been accredited by the leading independent certification body Bureau Veritas (BV). The strict and thorough safety audit required by BV ensures every ship is in compliance with industry and international health, safety and hygiene best practices. When you see the SafeGuard label, you can feel confident the vessel you’re sailing in meets the highest standards to achieve certification. SafeGuard furthermore ensures that best practice guidelines are being followed with regard to hygiene, sanitation and limiting the spread of infectious diseases on board. Her bright interiors are appointed in a classic Art Deco style. Colours are inspired by the Midnight Sun, allowing you to relax in warm vibes every day of the year. Channel your inner scientist in the advanced Science Center and enjoy daily lectures in the lecture hall or in the comfort of your cabin with our new streaming service. Sample delicious dishes from local suppliers in the restaurants and enjoy beverages and the spectacular views in the Explorer Lounge & Bar. On deck 9, you can enjoy the spectacular views from the outdoor Observation deck. There’s also a gym and a sauna with stunning views.

Deck 6

Arctic Superior

Cabin Grade: YA

One bed, one sofa bed, table, TV, kettle. Adapted for guests with disabilities.

Polar Outside

Cabin Grade: J3

Our Polar outside cabins are situated mostly on the middle or lower decks and all have bathrooms with shower/WC. They have separate beds, one of which doubles as a sofa, or upper and lower berths. All the cabins have individual specifications.

Arctic Superior

Cabin Grade: QJ

Cabins on decks 6 and 7 that sleeps up to two people, with limited/no view, separate beds, seating area, kettle and TV. 16 - 17 m2 Bathroom TV Twin bed

Arctic Superior

Cabin Grade: P2

Cabins on deck 6 that sleeps up to two people, with double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 10 - 11 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Expedition Mini suite

Cabin Grade: Q2

One-room suite on deck 6 and 7 that sleeps up to two people, with TV, seating area, coffee making facilities and minibar. 21 - 25 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Polar Inside

Cabin Grade: I2

Cabins on decks 4, 6, and 7 that sleeps up to two people, with a double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 9 - 15 m2 No window Bathroom TV Double bed

Deck 7

Polar Outside

Cabin Grade: J3

Our Polar outside cabins are situated mostly on the middle or lower decks and all have bathrooms with shower/WC. They have separate beds, one of which doubles as a sofa, or upper and lower berths. All the cabins have individual specifications.

Polar Outside

Cabin Grade: J2

These comfortable outside cabins for up to two people on the upper deck have private bathrooms and separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa. The cabins have limited or no view. 11 - 12 m2 Limited view Bathroom TV Double bed

Arctic Superior

Cabin Grade: U2

Cabins on decks 7 and 8 that sleeps up to two people, with a double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 10 - 14 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Arctic Superior

Cabin Grade: QJ

Cabins on decks 6 and 7 that sleeps up to two people, with limited/no view, separate beds, seating area, kettle and TV. 16 - 17 m2 Bathroom TV Twin bed

Expedition Mini suite

Cabin Grade: Q2

One-room suite on deck 6 and 7 that sleeps up to two people, with TV, seating area, coffee making facilities and minibar. 21 - 25 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Expedition Grand suite

Cabin Grade: MG

One or two-room suites on decks 7 and 8 that sleeps up to two people with a TV, seating area, dining table, coffee making facilities, minibar and some with bathtub. Some also come with scenic bay window or a private balcony. 32 - 37 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Expedition Suite

Cabin Grade: M2

One or two room suites on deck 7 that sleeps up to two people, with a TV, coffee making facilities, minibar and private balcony. 20 - 23 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Polar Inside

Cabin Grade: I2

Cabins on decks 4, 6, and 7 that sleeps up to two people, with a double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 9 - 15 m2 No window Bathroom TV Double bed

Deck 8

Arctic Superior

Cabin Grade: U2

Cabins on decks 7 and 8 that sleeps up to two people, with a double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle and TV. 10 - 14 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Expedition Owners Suite

Cabin Grade: MX

Two-room suite on deck 8 that sleeps up to two people, with a TV, seating area, dining table, coffee making facilities, minibar and private balcony. 43 - 45 m2 Window Bathroom Double bed Balcony

Expedition Grand suite

Cabin Grade: MG

One or two-room suites on decks 7 and 8 that sleeps up to two people with a TV, seating area, dining table, coffee making facilities, minibar and some with bathtub. Some also come with scenic bay window or a private balcony. 32 - 37 m2 Window Bathroom TV Double bed

Deck 9

MS Maud, previously MS Midnatsol, is named after one of the most famous polar vessels of all time, Roald Amundsen's 'Maud' from 1917. The original 'Maud' got her name from the first Queen of modern-day Norway. She also had her namesake in Hurtigruten Expedition’s 1925 flagship, DS Dronning Maud ('DS Queen Maud'). This ship has passed stringent tests and has been accredited by the leading independent certification body Bureau Veritas (BV). The strict and thorough safety audit required by BV ensures every ship is in compliance with industry and international health, safety and hygiene best practices. When you see the SafeGuard label, you can feel confident the vessel you’re sailing in meets the highest standards to achieve certification. SafeGuard furthermore ensures that best practice guidelines are being followed with regard to hygiene, sanitation and limiting the spread of infectious diseases on board. Her bright interiors are appointed in a classic Art Deco style. Colours are inspired by the Midnight Sun, allowing you to relax in warm vibes every day of the year. Channel your inner scientist in the advanced Science Center and enjoy daily lectures in the lecture hall or in the comfort of your cabin with our new streaming service. Sample delicious dishes from local suppliers in the restaurants and enjoy beverages and the spectacular views in the Explorer Lounge & Bar. On deck 9, you can enjoy the spectacular views from the outdoor Observation deck. There’s also a gym and a sauna with stunning views.
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