Antarctica Cruise Tour

MS Nordnorge (1997)

The MS Nordnorge is a modern ship built in 1997. The ship complies with all safety requirements and is classified as a polar vessel suitable for sailing in icy waters, equipped with a fleet of Zodiacs for excursions. You will find a dining room, a cafe, a bar, a library, conference rooms, a fitness center, a "hospital", a sauna, a gift shop and several lounges.

Built : 1997 Berths : 464 (max 350 to Antarctica)
Gross tonnage : 11386 tons
Length : 123.3 meters/404 feet
Width : 19.5 meters/64 feet
Speed : 18 knots
Ships Registry : Norway

The cabins have private bathrooms with hair dryers and each cabin has air conditioning and heating. The majority of double cabins have two lower berths with private facilities. A few triple cabins are available. There are three cabins for physically challenged guests. There are two suites and 12 junior suites with queen-size beds and TVs.

There are two brand new Jacuzzis in the stern on deck 6. The Jacuzzis are heated to 38 C/100 F and available all day. The capacity of each Jacuzzi is 8-9 passengers. The Jacuzzis are equipped with an ozon-cleaning-generators that require only a minimum use of chlorine. Showers are available close by the Jacuzzis.

An internet cafe is available.

Lounges on MS Nordnorge (All photos courtesy: NCV).

The ship has experienced tour guides giving in-depth lectures on Chile and the Antartic. All passengers will be given a wind and waterproof jacket to wear outside your sweater or fleece jacket. Cover boots will also be provided for Zodiac landings in Antarctica.

Take our virtual Antarctica cruise — hi-speed internet connnection recommended.

MS Nordnorge's deck plan

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