Designed by Rolls-Royce in collaboration with the recognised Norwegian yacht designer Espen Øino, state-of-art MS Roald Amundsen arrived in 2019 featuring new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology, leading the way for a more sustainable way of travelling that doesn’t sacrifice on style.
Specially constructed for expedition voyages and polar waters, the 530-passenger MS Roald Amundsen will bring adventurers from all over the world to guests in the most sustainable way. And as you’d expect from the uber-sleek Scandinavians, the latest Hurtigruten ship is as stylish as it is sustainable with granite, oak, birch and wool creating serene surroundings that match seamlessly with the off-the-beaten tracks you visit.
All cabins are outside, with 50% having private balconies and aft suites featuring private hot tubs. With three restaurants inspired by Hurtigruten’s Nordic heritage, MS Roald Amundsen is the perfect place to retreat to after a day spent exploring the natural beauty of the British Isles, Norway, Alaska, South America or the Caribbean.
A Hurtigruten cruise shows you destinations from a new perspective, even before you step foot off the ship. Panoramic windows and outdoor observation spots put you closer to the nature and wildlife of destinations nobody knows better than Hurtigruten.
Life on board Roald Amundsen is relaxed and carefree, with the destination-rich experience being the focus of every holiday. The resident Expedition Team will be on hand to host talks and lectures, and there are several bars where guests can meet with like-minded travellers, plus an infinity pool for those who can’t steal themselves away from the remarkable scenery.
MS Roald Amundsen features three restaurants on board, Fredheim, T. Aune and Lindstrøm, all of which serve dishes inspired by local flavours and destinations straight to your table.