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MS Trollfjord

A magnificent ship deservedly bearing the name of one of the most dramatic sights on the voyage. The interior design was influenced by the coastal scenery and the wide windows in the panorama lounges provide excellent viewing. Cafes, bars, a conference area, Jacuzzi and exercise room are all to a high standard, while the latest technology ensures the ship’s propulsion system produces the minimum of noise and vibration.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/2002
Tonnage 16140
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 4
Number Of Decks 7
Number Of Elevators 3
Number Of Pools 0
Number Of Restaurants 1
Maximum Capacity 646
Crew 75
Refurbished 01/01/2003

Ship Facilities

The focus of dining on MS Trollfjord is healthy cuisine made from locally-sourced produce from the regions visited, expertly prepared by the dedicated chefs onboard.

The main dining room is Saga Hall, where at breakfast and lunch guests can make the most of a delicious buffet serving traditional Scandinavian food such as seafood, cuts of meat, cheese and hot soups. At dinner time, cruisers can sit down to a three-course meal of beautifully prepared dishes from a menu that changes every evening.

In addition, The Viking Café is perfect if you find yourself feeling a little peckish during the day and would like to grab a sandwich, some soup or a portion of pasta to keep you going. For those with a sweet tooth there are also a range of cakes and cookies to snack on during the day.

Entertainment onboard MS Trollfjord is designed to enrich the cruising experience. With conference facilities with a capacity of up to 200, guests can enjoy occasional lectures onboard. The main bar on the ship is on the top deck, with large windows meaning that you can settle down for a pre-dinner aperitif or a relaxing evening with stunning views all around you.

Hurtigruten ensure that their cruises are as memorable as possible and part of this is through the activities available onboard. From shopping to admiring the view from the deck to relaxing in the jacuzzi, there is no end of ways to make the most of your time on MS Trollfjord:

  • Jacuzzi
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Shops
  • Library

Customer reviews for MS Trollfjord

Great ship. The staff were really friendly and helpful. The outside arctic superior cabin was small but had surprisingly good amount of storage. Lovely hot powerful shower. Public areas were spacious and comfortable. The food was really delicious. Very well presented . The excursions were pretty expensive and we didn’t go on any as they did not appeal. Minor thing, but there was a tank with live crabs on the ship that I found quite unpleasant, I know they are only crabs, but it did seem cruel. As you would expect the alcohol was really expensive. Overall a good experience.

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Just returned from an 11 night "cruise" on MS Trollfjord sailing from Bergen up to Kirkenes and back down again. It is a working ship so don't expect all the glitz and glamour you get on other cruise ships. Suited us fine! This is the second time we have done this trip and loved it so much the first time, decided to repeat it. We flew from Gatwick to Bergen and transferred by bus to the ship and vice versa. We were in a Mini Suite (736) which gave us a bit more room than the standard cabins. Iglu had given us each £150 on board credit. When checking this at reception and not sure what to spend it on, as don't drink, we were asked if we would like an upgrade to a full Suite (822). We used our credit plus extra cash and upgraded from Kirkenes back down to Bergen. What luxury and well worth the extra we paid. A full bathroom ie bath, basin, walk in shower and loo, a clothes closet; king size bed with two separate duvets; sitting area with sofa and 2 chairs and coffee table; TV; fridge; kettle etc and masses of cupboard space. Our view outside was ceiling to floor bay windows. Fresh fruit on arrival and a bottle of fizz! Given complementary dressing gowns, fleece rugs, slippers, toiletries, binoculars etc, all to take home. The ship itself is very comfortable and the food, very very yummy! The staff were all very friendly and always wiling to help. We called in and out of 34 ports. Some we were only in for 15 minutes, others for 3 to 4 hours. Plenty choice of excursions though i thought they were rather expensive. Would love to repeat the trip again but not quite so early in the year as daylight was very limited. Perhaps we will go in the summer next time. Thoroughly recommend Hurtigruten to everyone.

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Just returned from an 11 night "cruise" on MS Trollfjord sailing from Bergen up to Kirkenes and back down again. It is a working ship so don't expect all the glitz and glamour you get on other cruise ships. Suited us fine! This is the second time we have done this trip and loved it so much the first time, decided to repeat it. We flew from Gatwick to Bergen and transferred by bus to the ship and vice versa. We were in a Mini Suite (736) which gave us a bit more room than the standard cabins. Iglu had given us each £150 on board credit. When checking this at reception and not sure what to spend it on, as don't drink, we were asked if we would like an upgrade to a full Suite (822). We used our credit plus extra cash and upgraded from Kirkenes back down to Bergen. What luxury and well worth the extra we paid. A full bathroom ie bath, basin, walk in shower and loo; a clothes closet; king size bed with two separate duvets; sitting area with sofa and 2 chairs and coffee table; TV; fridge; kettle etc and masses of cupboard space. Our view outside was ceiling to floor bay windows. Fresh fruit on arrival and a bottle of fizz! Given complementary dressing gowns, fleece rugs, slippers, toiletries, binoculars etc, all to take home. The ship itself is very comfortable and the food, very very nummy! The staff were all very friendly and always wiling to help. We called in and out of 34 ports. Some we were only in for 15 minutes, others for 3 to 4 hours. Plenty choice of excursions though thought them rather expensive. Would love to repeat the trip again but not quite so early in the year as daylight was very limited. Perhaps we will go in the summer next time. Thoroughly recommend Hurtigruten to everyone.

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