MS Fram was built in 2007 as the operators first expedition vessel and had one mission in mind – to bring her guests closer to nature, wildlife and unforgettable experiences. The ship has a wealth of expedition features including a 1B ice class, extractable forward-sounding sonar, and a spacious mud-room / landing deck. The rest of the ship is very comfortable with a practical and traditional design. Decor includes original artwork and superbly appointed interiors that have been inspired by the Arctic and Greenland regions. At the top of the ship you will find the Observation Lounge, with comfortable sitting areas and large panoramic windows to gives you incredible views of nature. You will also find plenty of outside deck space to find a spot all to yourself.
On deck 5 you will the restaurant where you can enjoy a great variety of cuisine. The floor has different levels, so no matter where your table is placed, there are views to the outdoors. Just in case some wildlife appears during your meal, there is an adjoining balcony to pop out onto and capture your pictures. The ship also has a well-equipped fitness room, sauna and 2 outdoor Jacuzzis. Enjoying the warm water while icebergs float silently past the side of the ship is a unique experience! There are 127 comfortable cabins on board and a number of different categories to choose. All cabins have comfortable beds, private bathrooms and a small desk with chair. We particularly recommend the new Arctic Superior Cabins and Suites, which come with exclusive amenities. Ask your Travel Specialist for more details.
127 cabins, private bathrooms with hot water, observation lounge / bar, arcade lounge, restaurant, large landing deck, lecture rooms, fitness centre, sauna, Jacuzzis, elevators, boutique, fleet of polar crickel boats, experienced expedition staff,
Category I cabins are contain two separate lower berths (one berth is the sofa), TV and refrigerator with private facilities. These cabins are located on the interior of the ship with no views.
Category F cabins are superior in standard and contain a double bed, sitting area, tv and minibar with private facilities. These cabins are located on Deck five and have either limited views onto the promenade deck or no views at all.
Category N cabins contain two separate lower berths (one berth is the sofa), writing table, TV and refrigerator with private facilities. These cabins are located on deck three and have a large porthole.
Category U cabins contain two separate lower berths (one berth is the sofa), writing table, TV and refrigerator with private facilities. These cabins are located on deck six and have a window.
Category M suites contain a double bed, sitting area, dressing table, TV and minibar with private facilities. These suites are located on Decks Five and Six and have large windows.
Category MG grand suites contain a double bed, sitting area, balcony, dressing table, TC and minibar with private facilities. These suites are located at the aft of decks five and six and have large windows with access to a balcony.
When Do You Want To Go?
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Explore even more as you head South over the Antarctic Circle on this 16 day Antarctic Expedition Cruise. The Southern regions offer even more and are less explored!
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