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MS Fram

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  • Launched: 01 Jan 2007
  • Occupancy: 318
  • Tonnage: 11647
  • Length: 114
  • Rating

Fitness


Fitness Room

Food and Drink


The Restaurant

Relaxation


Jacuzzi
Sauna

Recreational


Gym

Other


Observation Lounge
Rooms

Inside


Polar Inside

Polar Inside


Cabin Grade: I

Polar Inside cabins can be found on all decks. All cabins include bathrooms with shower/WC. Most of the cabins have separate beds where one doubles as a sofa, while some are equipped with a double bed or upper and lower berths. All the cabins have individual specifications. Polar Insides are between 10-13m2.

Outside


Polar Outside

Polar Outside


Cabin Grade: SD

Enjoy these standard outside cabins with separate beds found on middle decks. Cabins have one bed, one sofa bed, table, TV, refrigerator, shower/wc and are adapted for guests with disabilities. Polar Outside SD cabins are between 10-11m2. These cabins may also be available for general booking. Subject to change.
Polar Outside

Polar Outside


Cabin Grade: FJ

Enjoy these comfortable cabins with double beds situated on upper decks with limited view. All have bathrooms with shower/WC. All the cabins have individual specifications. Polar Outside FJ cabins are between 16-21m2.
Polar Outside

Polar Outside


Cabin Grade: N

Enjoy these standard outside cabins with separate beds found on middle decks. N2 cabins are fit two people and N3 cabins have space available for up to four people. All have bathrooms with shower/WC. All the cabins have individual specifications. Polar Outside N cabins are between 10-13 m2.
Arctic Superior

Arctic Superior


Cabin Grade: F2

Relaxation and comfort are the hallmarks of Hurtigruten’s Arctic Superior cabins. Situated the middle deck and upper deck, these cabins have double beds, a seating area, TV and private bathroom/shower. They are also equipped with tea and coffee -making facilities. Some have limited view.All the cabins have individual specifications. Arctic Superior cabins F2 are between 16-24m2.
 Arctic Superior

Arctic Superior


Cabin Grade: U

Relaxation and comfort are the hallmarks of Hurtigruten’s Arctic Superior cabins.These comfortable outside cabins situated on top/upper decks. These cabins have separate beds where one doubles as a sofa. They also benefit from a table, TV, refrigerator, kettle, shower/wc. Arctic Superior cabins U are between 10-11m2.

Suite


Mini Suite

Mini Suite


Cabin Grade: M

One room, seating area, TV, minibar, double bed, shower/wc.
Expedition Mini suite

Expedition Mini suite


Cabin Grade: M2

These elegant suites are situated on the upper decks with one or two rooms, seating area, TV and mini-bar.Expeditions Suites are the most exquisite cabins on the ship. An exciting welcome gift awaits all suite guests in their cabin.Expedition M2Suites are between 15-20m2.
Expedition Grand Suite

Expedition Grand Suite


Cabin Grade: MG

Expeditions Suites are the most exquisite cabins on the ship, you can enjoy the most comfortable suites on board. These suites have one or two rooms, seating area, TV, kettle, tea/coffee, stereo and mini-bar. Some of them also have bathtub. Most of these suites have a private balcony or bay window.An exciting welcome gift awaits all suite guests in their cabin.Grand Suites are between 25-27m2.
Ship Deck

MS Fram deck plan

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Featured cruises


EXPEDITION LANDINGS INC.
Inside from £9,999pp (was £11,799)

The Northwest Passage

  • 13 Aug 2020
  • 20 nights
  • Ship: MS Fram
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Reykjavik, Iceland - Prince Christian Sound Region, Greenland - Nuuk, Greenland - Sisimiut, Greenland - Ilulissat, Greenland - Sam Ford Fjord, Canada - The Northwest Passage

Includes: Expedition landings & activities on board & ashore included*, 4★ hotel stays in iceland & canada*, sail the historic northwest passage on board the newly refurbished ms fram*,&hell…

MS Fram


The ship

Built in 2007, MS Fram was designed with one mission in mind – to bring her guests closer to wildlife, nature and unforgettable experiences. Named after the original Fram, the most famous explorer ship of its time, she remains true to the original spirit of this great sailing legend.

Her interior has been decorated with artwork created by Arctic region artists, reflecting both the Arctic and Antarctic with photos of early expeditions and paintings of snow-capped peaks. Her spacious outside decks provide access to the very front of the ship and is the ideal spot to observe magnificent scenery and marine wildlife.


MS Fram refurbishment

In 2020, MS Fram will be completely upgraded, transforming her into a brand new expedition ship. The refurbishment will see all cabins and suites renovated as well as the addition of more environmentally friendly engines. She will also see a complete transformation to all public areas, including new restaurants and a high tech Science Center.


Accommodation

True to MS Fram’s Norwegian heritage, her cabins are comfortable with modern amenities. With 127 cabins, you have a choice of spacious cabins and a number of superior suites. Suites are named after Norwegian polar heroes and include six grand suites with balconies and teak lounge chairs for viewing the fabulous land and seascapes.


Dining

Enjoy fine cuisine in Imaq, MS Fram’s main dining restaurant. The floor has different levels so no matter where your table is, you’ll be treated to a stunning view. A balcony at the far end of the restaurant ensures you will not miss a thing when wildlife appear during your mela.

On your walk to the restaurant you’ll see an exhibition of original artefacts from the historic expeditions of Amundsen and Nansen, the great Norwegian explorers of the original Fram.


Entertainment

The Qilak (meaning sky) observation lounge on Deck 7, is an exceptionally well designed space, surrounded on three sides by floor-to-ceiling windows. The front row swivel sears are a popular spot to keep warm and watch the ship slowly cruise past spectacular icebergs. Also on Deck 7 is a well-equipped fitness room complete with panoramic ocean views.

The Nunami (meaning on land) lobby is located next to the reception desk on Deck 4 and is a firm favourite to relax, exchange tales and take in the incredible views. In case you’ve forgotten to pack anything, a shop stocked with toiletries, winter clothing and traditional Scandinavian sweaters can be found behind reception on Deck 5.

During your voyage, the Expedition Team will deliver outstanding lectures based on their academic specialities in dedicated lecture rooms.

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