Whale expedition ship MS Strønstad

Built in 1955 M/S Strønstad is a typical local ferry and passenger ship sailing the harsh and though waters around Lofoten and norhern Norway. She was built in southern Norway at P. Høyvolds shipyard and refitted in 1993. The interior has a nice wooden details giving her a warmth feeling. Today she is equipped as a comfortable yet functional expedition vessel. Creating comforts include central heating, washing machine, showers and ushing toilets. The layout places all passenger accommodation in the forward half of the vessel.

The M/S Strønstad is today a beautiful and exclusive little ship only carrying a maximum of 18 passengers in outside cabins, with up- per and lower berth. She provide comfortable accommodation for 16 passengers, two guides and up to six crew. The owner and crew of the ship have long experience and are dedicated for the preservation of the unique nature and wildlife that the nature here in this part of the world offers.

Specifications

Cabins5x1 beds, 4x2 beds, 2x4 beds
Length29,2 m
Breadth6,80 m
Depth3,23 m
Tonnage317 GT
Electrical system220v
Speed9 knop
Engine375 hp
Showers3 shared
WC4 shared

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