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MS Lofoten

MS Lofoten
MS Lofoten
Career
Name: MS Lofoten
Operator: Hurtigruten
Port of registry: Norway
Route: Norway and Svalbard [1]
Builder: Oslo
Cost: 17,000,000 kroner
Yard number: 547
Acquired: 27 February 1964[2]
Identification: IMO number: 5424562[3]
Status: in active service, as of 2015
General characteristics
Tonnage: 2,621 GT
Length: 87.4 m (286 ft 9 in)
Beam: 13.2 m (43 ft 4 in)
Draught: 22 ft (6.7 m)[2]
Decks: 4 passenger
Speed: 15 knots (27.78 km/h; 17.26 mph)
Capacity: 400 passengers
149 berths
0 cars [4]

MS Lofoten is a passenger vessel built in 1964, now operated by Hurtigruten in Norway. The ship is now the oldest vessel operated by the company, after the previous oldest vessel, MS Nordstjernen was withdrawn from coastal service in 2012. It operates cruises around the coast of Norway and sometimes in the Svalbard archipelago. The vessel was protected in 2000 by the Norwegian Director General of Historic Monuments to preserve Norway's cultural heritage. She has been refitted several times—in 1980, 1985, 1995 and most recently in 2004.[2][4][5]

References

  1. ^ MS Lofoten (2010/11 Deck Plans) Hurtigruten Retrieved 02-09-2009
  2. ^ a b c Lofoten
  3. ^ LofotenVessel details MS digital-seas.com Retrieved 28 March 2010
  4. ^ a b LofotenMS Hurtigruten Retrieved 28 March 2010
  5. ^ MS Lofoten - Cabin Grades norwegiancoastalcruises.com

External links

  • Hurtigruten official website
  • Hurtigruten-Web.com
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