28 – 30 m2.
One or two rooms, seating area, TV, mini-bar, some with private balcony.
8 – 13 m2.
Separate beds, one bed can be turned into a sofa.
Visiting 34 ports, Hurtigruten have an exceptional opportunity to get fresh produce from local suppliers everyday. This means delicious new and fresh ingredients, both from coastal and inland areas.
Authentic food experiences
To enhance this unique concept, you will have food experiences not only in the restaurants, but also through storytelling. You can also enjoy tastings of seasonal produce on deck.
No Kids program offered.
Trollfjord does not have a spa, but the ship's predominantly European passengers take advantage of the modern sauna facilities on Deck 9, with dry saunas separated into separate areas for men and women. There are shower facilities there, too. A small fitness room next to the sauna is outfitted with a treadmill, stationary bicycle and weight-lifting equipment.
When the weather is fine, the spacious sun decks on Deck 9 fill with sun-seekers lounging on chaise lounges and soaking up rays. A Jacuzzi tub there is open to the skies. There is no pool on the ship. The wraparound promenade on Deck 6 is a good spot for a walk (or a rather repetitive jog).
Most of the entertainment on Trollfjord's route comes in marveling at the views outside the window and during town visits and shore excursions. The glassed-in Panorama Lounge on Deck 8 is a popular place to hang out and read during daylight hours while enjoying the passing fjord views, and there's usually no problem finding an empty seat to slide into there.