MS Roald Amundsen provides unique, nature-based experiences and exceptional expedition cruises whilst taking care to consider the environment in which she sails. Possessing new hybrid technology designed by Rolls Royce, MS Roald Amundsen has been built to be more sustainable, silent and environmentally friendly. When it comes to life onboard, the ship is comfortable and focussed on enhancing the incredible destination rich cruising experience that Hurtigruten are known for. Panoramic windows provide sensational viewing points and the resident Expedition Team are on hand hosting talks and lectures relative to itinerary highlights.
With three different restaurants available on MS Roald Amundsen, guests will be delighted by the range of cuisine to enjoy during their cruise.
After a tiring day discovering the stunning destinations, there’s nothing more appealing than sitting back with a drink in hand. The place to do just this on MS Roald Amundsen is the Explorer Lounge, featuring a cocktail bar and faux fireplace to create a cosy ambiance.
Guests are encouraged to use their free time to make the most of the surrounding nature and enrich their knowledge of each destination. The dedicated Expedition Team are on hand to deliver lectures and seminars on subjects ranging from the Northern Lights to the Vikings.
The Amundsen Science Center has been designed for guests to learn more about the surrounding landscapes with glass display cabinets, screens showing films and presentations and sessions where research scientists provide guidance for guests to observe live specimens through powerful microscopes. In addition, there are announcements made so guests can head to their nearest viewing point to catch a glimpse of the native wildlife.
If you also want to spend your free time on the ship relaxing, there are plenty of spots for this. The heated pool and hot tubs are great for enjoying the fresh air and admiring the views over the side of the ship. Alternatively, the outdoor gym lets guests do some light exercise during their holiday.
MS Roald Amundsen Photos: View image gallery