1/17 MS Fram in Antarctica Photo: Sandra Walser Photo 2/17 Icebergs – one of many favorite photo motives when on an expedition with MS Fram Photo: Tomas Mauch Photo 3/17 Penguins and MS Fram Photo: Tessa Van Drie Photo 4/17 Welcome on board! MS Fram in Antarctica. Photo: John Sikorski Photo 5/17 Get ready to explore. MS Fram takes you ashore with Polar Circle boats. Photo: Mads Pihl Photo 6/17 With your camera ready, you can create great memories for a lifetime Photo: Marsel van Oosten Photo 7/17 Relax and enjoy the view on the sun deck. MS Fram. Photo: Dominic Barrington Photo 8/17 Jacuzzi and icebergs. MS Fram. Photo: Backpack Foto Photo 9/17 Catch beautiful sunsets with our professional expedition photographers. Photo: Nick Cobbing Photo 10/17 The Captain of MS Fram navigates you safely through polar waters. Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo 11/17 Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo 12/17 Stay ship shape at the MS Fram Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo 13/17 Which excursion should we choose today? MS Fram offers a lot of exciting activities. Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo 14/17 Enjoy the comfort in your cabin and relax with a good book. MS Fram. Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo 15/17 Time for lunch. MS Fram. Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo 16/17 Can we tempt you with some cakes? The dessert buffet on MS Fram. Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo 17/17 Colorful drinks in the bar on the MS Fram. Photo: Tobias Fisher Photo Previous Next View webcam View in map View sailing messages MS Fram The original Fram was the most famous explorer ship of its time, and the achievements of her expeditions are unparalleled. MS Fram brings on the heritage of the original Fram, using the most advanced technology to make her exceptionally well suited for expedition voyages in Polar Regions. Fram means ‘forward’ – lifting expectations of the voyage at hand. MS Fram was built in 2007 with one mission in mind – to bring her guests closer to nature, wildlife and unforgettable experiences. The spacious outside decks include access to the very front of the ship – a great place to observe marine wildlife. The ship is purpose built as an expedition vessel with a higher ice-class, chart drawing tools,ship depth sounding database, extractable forward sounding sonar, iceberg search lights, autonomous tracking system, oversized oil retention system for self-sufficiency, and a full ‘expedition tools-deck’ equivalent to a car-deck that holds 25 vehicles. We believe that as an explorer you need an ‘expedition base-camp’ that is comfortable – something that combines ‘all oceans capabilities’ with safety, flexibility and environmental friendliness. That’s Fram – simply the best expedition ship imaginable. The observation lounge, with comfortable sitting areas at the top of the ship and large panoramic windows, gives you incredible views of nature. A pair of binoculars is installed for spotting wildlife and details of the ever changing landscape. In the restaurant on deck 5, you can enjoy the finest cuisine. The floor has different levels, so no matter where your table is placed; there are views to the outdoors. The restaurant is located in the aft of the ship, on your way there you walk through an exhibition of original artefacts from the historic expeditions of Amundsen and Nansen. At the far end of the restaurant there is a balcony for taking pictures when wildlife show up during a meal. On deck 7 you will find a well-equipped fitness room, with its panoramic ocean view there is no better place to exercise. On top of the ship you can get warm and cosy in the sauna or bathe in one of the outdoor Jacuzzis. Let the warm water surround you while the icebergs float silently past the side of the ship. With 127 cabins on Fram, you have a choice of comfortable cabins and a number of superior suites to choose from. Our suites are named after Norwegian polar heroes, MS Fram travels in the wake of these great explorers. We are very proud of the art commissioned for MS Fram – local artists from the Arctic have contributed to making her a modern masterpiece. The ‘tender pit’ is where we embark, fully dressed in suitable expedition and excursion gear, on our sturdy Polarcirkel boats to take you safely from ship to shore. The original Fram was a ship for broadening the understanding of the world – let the new MS Fram do the same for you. See what's happening on the MS Fram right now and the amazing experiences our passengers and expedition team are having on the MS Fram Blog. Ship type Explorer Contact Tel: +47 85 00 11 00 Email: email@example.com Facebook: MS Fram Year built 2007 Ship yard Fincantieri, Italy Passenger capacity 318 Beds 276 Car capacity 0 Gross tonnage 11647 Length 114 Beam 20.2 Speed 13 »Webcam from MS Fram Decks and cabins Decks and cabins Decks and cabins Deck overview Expedition Suite Cabin 1/3 MS Fram - Expedition Suite MG Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo 2/3 MS Fram - Expedition Suite MG Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo 3/3 MS Fram - Expedition Suite MG Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo Previous Next Our Expeditions Suites are the most exquisite cabins on the ship. Situated on upper deck, you can enjoy the most comfortable suites on board. Inside you will find seating areas with TV, bathrooms with shower/wc and most of them have double beds. All of the suites offer cabin kits, which contains bathrobe, slippers and other beauty articles. Some of the suites do have more facilities than others. Grand Suite on upper deck Enjoy these exclusive suites with one or two rooms, seating area, TV, kettle, tea/coffee, stereo and mini-bar. Some of them also have bathtub. Most of these suites have a private balcony or bay window. Suite on upper deck These elegant suites are situated on the upper decks with one or two rooms, seating area, TV and mini-bar. Arctic Superior Cabin 1/1 MS Fram - Arctic Superior U Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo Previous Next Relaxation and comfort are the hallmarks of our Arctic Superior cabins. Situated on both upper and middle deck, they all have bathrooms with shower and WC. They are also equipped with tea and coffee -making facilities. Most of them have separate beds, where one doubles as a sofa, and some have double beds. All the cabins have individual specifications. Middle deck for 2 people Enjoy these comfortable cabins, situated on middle and upper decks. These cabins have separate beds where one doubles as a sofa. Upper deck for 2 people Enjoy these comfortable outside cabins, situated on upper decks. These cabins have separate beds where one doubles as a sofa. Polar Inside Cabin 1/2 MS Fram - Polar Inside I Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo 2/2 MS Fram - Polar Inside I Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo Previous Next Our cosy Polar Inside cabins can be found on all decks. All cabins include bathrooms with shower/WC. Most of the cabins have separate beds where one doubles as a sofa, while some are equipped with a double bed or upper and lower berths. All the cabins have individual specifications. Middle deck for 2 people Relax in these comfortable, standard inside cabins on middle or upper deck with separate beds where one can be turned into a sofa. Polar Outside Cabin 1/2 MS Fram - Polar Outside N Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo 2/2 MS Fram - Polar Outside N Photo: Øyvind Grøndbech Photo Previous Next Our Polar Outside cabins are situated mostly on middle or lower deck and all have bathrooms with shower/WC. Some have double beds, others offer separate beds (where one is a sofa bed) or upper and lower berths. All the cabins have individual specifications. Middle deck for 2 people Enjoy these standard outside cabins with separate beds found on middle decks. Upper deck Enjoy these comfortable cabins situated on upper decks with limited view.