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MS Fram

Expedition ship with best of both practical and traditional design

The MS Fram, the most modern in the Hurtigruten fleet, is named after the ship used by famous Norwegian Explorer Fridtjof Nansen.

Ms Fram is a purpose built 12,700-ton vessel that incorporates all the best of both practical and traditional design.

As with all Hurtigruten ships, the decor includes original artwork and superbly appointed interiors inspired by the Arctic and Greenland Greenland regions.

There is a main reception area, a glass-enclosed observation salon and excellent leisure facilities, including gym, sauna and heated Jacuzzis.

Items of the original Fram are also displayed throughout the vessel, linking the present MS Fram with the rich history of its illustrious past.

MS Fram of Hurtigruten expedition cruises

Vital statistics

Built: 2007
Place built: Fincantieri, Italy
Gross tonnage: 12,700
Passengers: 400
Cabins: 136
Suites: 39, some with balconies and jacuzzis
Decks: 8
Length: 374ft
With: 66ft
Speed: 13 knots


Gym, sauna and heated Jacuzzis, glass-enclosed observation salon, restaurant, bistro and bars, shop, library, internet cafe, lecture/conference rooms. 

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