MS Richard With

When Captain Richard With established the Norwegian Coastal Express in 1893, he made an enormous impact on life along the Norwegian coastline. The MS Richard With lives up to that legacy.

Relax in the ship´s panorama lounges and take in the unforgettable views of remarkable coastal scenery, much of it the same as when the first Hurtigruten boats sailed by more than a century ago. Beautiful art throughout the ship´s interior adds contemporary elegance to the vessel´s maritime ambience.

Refit Year

2018

Currency

NOK

Passengers

590

Crew

70

Cabins

200

Gross Tonnage

11205

Ship Size

small

Ship Style

expedition

Ship Type

ocean

Length

121.8

Width

19.2

Speed

15

Decks

6

Language

no+en

Wheelchair Access

3

Expedition Suite (MG4)

Refurbished expedition suite with bay windows on upper deck. The suites have double beds and extra sofa beds, TV and fridge.


Arctic Superior (P2D)

Refurbished arctic superior cabin for 2 people on upper decks. The cabin comes with a double bed, full view, chair, desk and TV.

Polar Outside (J2D)

Refurbished outside cabin on the upper decks for 2 people, with a double bed, extra chair and TV. These cabins have limited views.

Polar Inside (I2)

These standard inside cabins for up to two people on the upper and lower decks have separate beds, one of which doubles as a sofa, and a TV. None of the cabins have windows.

Expedition Suite (M4)

Refurbished expedition suite for up to 4 people on the upper decks. These cabins have a double bed (and sofa beds), with extra chair, TV, fridge, and full view.


Expedition Suite (Q4)

Junior suite on upper deck for up to 4 people. The suite comes with a double bed and sofa bed, full view, fridge and TV.

Arctic Superior (U2D)

Refurbished arctic superior cabin for 2 people. These cabins have double beds, a chair, desk, TV, and window with limited view.

Arctic Superior Accessible (YA)

Wheelchair accessible rooms for up to two people on top deck. This spacious cabin has a wider door, accessible WC and double bed.

Polar Outside (J2)

These comfortable outside cabins for up to two people on deck 5 and 6 have separate beds, one of which doubles as a sofa. All cabins have a TV, sofa, chair and windows with limited views.

Polar Outside (L2)

These comfortable outside cabins for up to two people on the lower deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa. The cabins have a TV, chair, and portholes, some with limited or no view.

Polar Outside (L3)

These comfortable outside cabins for up to three people on the lower deck have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa. The cabins have a TV, chair, and portholes, some with limited or no view.

Polar Outside (N2D)

Refurbished outside cabin for 2 people on middle decks with full view. The cabin has a double bed, sofa, extra chair, TV and fridge.

Polar Outside (N3)

These standard outside cabins for up to three people on the lower decks have separate beds, one of which converts into a sofa. They have a TV, extra chair, and window with full view.

Polar Outside (N2)

These standard outside cabins for up to two people on the middle decks have a TV, extra chair, and separate beds, one of which doubles as a sofa. All cabins have windows with full view.

Polar Outside (O2)

These comfortable cabins for up to two people are on the upper decks and have separate beds, one which doubles as a sofa. They have a TV, extra chair, and window with full view.

Polar Outside (O3)

Refurbished outside cabin for up to 3 people, with a single bed/sofa and two pullman beds. The cabin comes with a TV, fridge, and has a full view.

Hurtigruten are happy to welcome passengers with limited mobility onboard.

Passengers who use a wheelchair must bring their own, standard size, foldable chair. Guest who are able to navigate around the ship unaided in a wheelchair need not to have a travel companion. Those who need assistance may need to be accompanied.

Excursions, however have not been adapted specifically for passengers with walking difficulties. Please talk to the tour leaders when you are onboard who will be able to advise to which excursions are suitable.

On board dress is informal. Although some passengers choose to change for dinner the dress code is casual rather than formal. The weather in Norway can vary during the course of each voyage or even during the day. To cater for these variations it’s recommended to use the layered dress approach that enables you to adapt to changes in temperature, wind and precipitation conditions easily.

For all voyages it’s advised you to take breathable rain and windproof clothing. A warm hat, gloves, scarf and thermal clothing can be useful, together with thermal underwear, during the winter months. On land where it may be icy, sturdy shoes are important for shore excursions and a walking stick/trekking pole may be useful. You should pack a pair of UV protective sunglasses, even during the winter as the reflections of snow and ice can be harmful to the unprotected eye.

Special diets can be catered for if requested in good time (preferably when booking). Passengers on strict diets e.g vegans, may find that there is limited choice.

Hurtigruten ASA cannot accept children under the age of 5 to travel with us to Antarctica. There is no age restriction on our other destinations. For safety reasons, children under 12 years of age will be considered on each landing. It is entirely at the Captain’s discretion to allow children on shore landings.

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