MS Trollfjord features modern comfort and facilities throughout. Beginning 1 April 2018, the ship hosts its own expedition team who will present interesting lectures both inside and out on deck. Have fun learning about the nature, wildlife, culture and history you see along the way. Topics depend on the season and where we sail in. MS Trollfjord's large, two-storey panorama lounge above the bow features wall-to-wall glass, allowing in lots of natural light and providing extraordinary views of the passing scenery. The ship's sun deck and Jacuzzi are found on Deck 9. MS Trollfjord also exhibits original paintings that were once aboard the old Hurtigruten ship, MS Harald Jarl. 

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Main Info
  • Children Allowed
  • Nursery -
  • Smoking Some
  • Style Expedition
  • Decks7
  • Cabins301
  • Size Medium
  • Ship Type Ocean
  • Wheelchair Cabins-
  • Crew Members69
  • Launch Year2002
  • CurrencyNOK
Unique Features

Hurtigruten ships are working vessels operating a regular service to a set timetable. The ships carry goods, vehicles and passengers between ports, by night and day, as an integral part of Norwegian daily life. The ships are calling at ports around the clock. You may expect some noise and vibration in a few cabins during loading of goods. This varies depending on the location of your cabin and the type of ship. Also, noise affects people differently and what may be a problem for one person may not be a problem for another. Please ask the reservation team for advice on the best cabin location for you.

Disabled Facilities

Hurtigruten are happy to welcome passengers with limited mobility onboard.

Passengers who use a wheelchair must bring their own, standard size, foldable chair. Guest who are able to navigate around the ship unaided in a wheelchair need not to have a travel companion. Those who need assistance may need to be accompanied.

Excursions, however have not been adapted specifically for passengers with walking difficulties. Please talk to the tour leaders when you are onboard who will be able to advise to which excursions are suitable.

Dietary requirements

Special diets can be catered for if requested in good time (preferably when booking). Passengers on strict diets e.g vegans, may find that there is limited choice.

Dress Code

On board dress is informal. Although some passengers choose to change for dinner the dress code is casual rather than formal. The weather in Norway can vary during the course of each voyage or even during the day. To cater for these variations it’s recommended to use the layered dress approach that enables you to adapt to changes in temperature, wind and precipitation conditions easily.

For all voyages it’s advised you to take breathable rain and windproof clothing. A warm hat, gloves, scarf and thermal clothing can be useful, together with thermal underwear, during the winter months. On land where it may be icy, sturdy shoes are important for shore excursions and a walking stick/trekking pole may be useful. You should pack a pair of UV protective sunglasses, even during the winter as the reflections of snow and ice can be harmful to the unprotected eye.

Age Restricitons

Hurtigruten ASA cannot accept children under the age of 5 to travel with us to Antarctica. There is no age restriction on our other destinations. For safety reasons, children under 12 years of age will be considered on each landing. It is entirely at the Captain’s discretion to allow children on shore landings.

Deck Plans
Deck 9

  • Sun Deck
  • Jacuzzi
  • Polar Bar
  • Sauna
  • Trim Fitness
  • Tollhall
  • Horisont Gallery

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Deck 8

  • Panorama Lounge
  • Fjord Bar
  • Saga Fjord
  • Fjordhall
  • Information Desk
  • Library
  • Internet Room
  • Espolin Johnson Room
  • Outside Cabins 
  • Owners Suite 
  • Grand Suite

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Deck 7

  • Outside Suites 
  • Outside Suites
  • Inside Suites
  • Grand Suites
  • Suites
  • Mini Suites
  • Mini Suites

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Deck 6

  • Promenade Deck
  • Outside Cabins 
  • Outside Cabins
  • Mini Suites 
  • Mini Suites
  • Inside Cabins

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Deck 5

  • Restaurant Saga Hall
  • Viking Market Shop
  • Baby Changing
  • Viking Café
  • Café Viking Saga
  • Café Viking Safari
  • Valhall Amfi
  • Conference Room Nordlys
  • Conference Room Polarlys

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Deck 4

  • Reception
  • Gangway
  • Luggage
  • Carlift
  • Laundry
  • Outside Cabins
  • Outside Cabins
  • Inside Cabins

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Deck 3

  • Car Deck
  • Carlift
  • Outside Cabins

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Expedition suite

Our Expedition suites are the most luxurious cabins on board. Situated on the upper deck of the ship, the cabins feature seating areas with TV, bathrooms with shower/WC, and most with double beds. All of the suites provide complimentary cabin kits, with bathrobe, slippers and more. Some suites have more facilities than others.

Arctic Superior

Relaxation and comfort are the hallmarks of our Arctic superior cabins. Situated on both the upper and middle decks, they all have bathrooms with shower/WC. The cabins also have a TV and kettle with complimentary teas and coffees. Most of the cabins have separate beds, one of which doubles as a sofa. A very limited number have double beds. All the cabins have individual specifications.

Mini Suite

Seating area, TV, mini-bar

Outside Cabin

Our Polar outside cabins are mostly on the middle or lower decks and all have bathrooms with shower/WC. All of the cabins have separate beds (one of which is a sofa bed) or upper and lower berths. The cabins all have individual specifications.

Inside Cabin

Our Polar outside cabins are mostly on the middle or lower decks and all have bathrooms with shower/WC. All of the cabins have separate beds (one of which is a sofa bed) or upper and lower berths. The cabins all have individual specifications.


The emphasis onboard is on relaxation and discovery, and not the commercial entertainment that is so often a part of conventional cruises. Hertigruten’s aim is to get you closer to unique environments and to allow you to share the experience with your fellow travellers. Occasionally there may be some musical entertainment onboard in the evenings.


Selling souvenirs, knitwear, books, postcards, postage stamps and a limited supply of toiletries.

Internet Café

Passwords can be purchased from reception, costs are currently 40NOK for 30 mins, 60NOK for 1 hour and 200NOK for 6 hours (subject to change).


The books are in a variety of languages including Norwegian, German and English.