MS Trollfjord

Trollfjord is famous among Norwegians for the ‘Battle of the Trollfjord’ which took place here in the winter of 1890 between the first industrial steam ships and traditional fisherman. Read more...

MS Trollfjord is named after the stunning Trollfjord, situated on the Southern route between Vesterålen and the Lofoten Islands. This ship was built in 2002 and combines comfort and practicality with a dash of luxury.

Modern comforts

The interior of the ships is fit out extensively with Norwegian wood and stone, creating a relaxed ambience and reflecting the environment outside. There are many options of cabins and an outdoor Jacuzzi deck on top of the ship. On board, there are original artworks by Lofoten artist Kaare Espolin Johnsen which were originally on board the old Hurtigruten ship, MS Harald Jarl.

Unmatched views

The stand-out feature of MS Trollfjord’s design is the two storey panoramic lounge above the bow. With huge expanses of glass, guests can marvel at extraordinary views in natural light filled surrounds. This abundance of natural light is just one aspect of the ship that makes up its strong environmental profile. Further, suites featuring equally impressive views are available.

Young Explorers

MS Trollfjord is the perfect cruise for a family, offering the Young Explorer programme. This program is specifically designed for children ages 7 to 13 years with a focus on participation, education and fun. Participating in this program is free of charge for guests on the MS Trollfjord and is a great way of engaging our younger guests with the natural surrounds.

Year built: 2002
Passenger Capacity: 822
Beds: 640
Gross tonnage: 16,140
Length: 135.75m
Speed: 15 knots