MS Maud (formerly MS Trollfjord) will undergo hybrid installation and transformation into a premium expedition cruise ship during early 2021. Using natural Scandinavian materials such as Granite, Oak, Birch, and wool, all public areas will be redesigned to create a relaxed and stylish look and feel. All cabins and suites will be completely refurbished. Hurtigruten’s signature Science Centre will be also added, packed with state of the art technology and high tech gadgets. MS Maud, the current MS Trollfjord, is named after one of the most famous polar vessels of all time, Roald Amundsens “Maud” from 1917. The original “Maud” got her name from the first Queen of modern-day Norway, who also had her namesake in Hurtigruten’s 1925 flagship DS Dronning Maud (“DS Queen Maud”). Hurtigruten’s signature Science Center will be added to the three ships. Packed with state-of-the-art technology and high-tech gadgets such as touch screens, science equipment and other interactive features, the edutainment area will also be the on-board HQ for the ship’s Expedition Team.
Double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements
Double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, some with table, kettle.
Double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, kettle.
Double bed or flexible sleeping arrangements, table, kettle, TV. Adapted for guests with disabilities
With limited/no view, separate beds, seating area, TV, kettle, mini-bar.
One or two-room suite, TV, kettle and private balcony.
One or two-room suite, seating area, TV, kettle, stereo, internet access, mini-bar, some with bathtub, bay window or private balcony.
Two-room suite, seating area, dining table, TV, kettle, stereo, internet access, mini-bar, private balcony.
Food and Drink Restaurant, Lounge Bar
Entertainment Expedition Team
Other Nansen Science Center
Relaxation Wellness Tub