MS Polarlys

Cruises on board the MS Polarlys

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The MS Polarys, named after the incredible aurora borealis, has been sailing since 1996 in the service of the Hurtigruten fleet. Its modern design and conveniences enable you to enjoy your journey to the fullest.

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Ship length
    123 m
  • Passengers
    737
  • Decks
    7
  • Launched
    1996

Ship Overview

Decks and Cabins

MS Polarlys deck plan


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MS Polarlys cabins


Inside Cabin
Outside Cabin
Suite
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Deck Location : Decks 3, 5 & 6
Occupancy : 2
Amenities:
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Desk & Chair
  • Mirror
Cabin size : 6- 10m²

MS Polarlys cabins


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Inside Cabin

Outside Cabin

Suite Cabin

Ship Information

Dining Information

Original Scandinavian breakfast and lunch buffets are all ready to be served, including vegetarian meals upon request. More excellent food can be enjoyed from a 3-course dinner menu each evening in the Polaryset Restaurant. Additional cafésand bars also await your visit, each of them stylishly decorated with a combination of brass, mahogany and modern Norwegian art.

Entertainment

The MS Polarys has many forms of entertainment available to you, including various lounges, a game room, Internet Café and library.

Activities

Four conference rooms can be found on board the Polarys. Other amenities include a library, reception area with lobby, a fitness studio and two saunas. A sun deck and panorama salons offer breathtaking views of magnificent northern landscapes.

Dress Code

Relaxation and the enjoyment of nature have always been priorities with Hurtigruten. We therefore believe your time on board should be spent at your leisure. As the weather can be unpredictable at times, we advise all passengers to bring waterproof clothing. Gloves, scarves, hats, and warm layers of underclothing should not be forgotten, especially during winter months. Sturdy footwear and hiking sticks are recommended for land excursions. Among the most important items to bring are sunglasses, as ultraviolet rays reflected by ice and snow can be dangerous for the eyes.

Ship Data

  • In service since: 1996
  • Length: 123 m
  • Tonnage: 11,341 GRT
  • Speed: 15 knots
  • Number of decks: 7
  • Passengers: 619
  • Crew: 39
  • Languages spoken on board: English, Norwegian
  • Currency on board: Norwegian kroner
  • Internet on board: Internet access is available in the Internet Café