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Aug.2020 Renamed in  Eirik Raude after will have battery packs installed during a 2021 shipyard stay. The battery packs will support the ships engines, and drastically cut emissions, according to a company statement. All three ships will also see significant interior updates, including all cabins and suites.

Registered Owner: Hurtigruten ASA - Norway - Beneficial owner: Hurtigruten ASA - Operator: Hurtigruten 

Hurtigruten or Bergen Line or Norwegian Coastal Line. Well-known names for the combination of OVDS (Ofotens Dampskibsselskab and Vesteraalens Dampskibsselskab) and TFDS ( Troms Fylkes  Dampskibsselskab) Both companies merged in 2006.  New company name Hurtigruten Group ASA

Entered service: 2003 - Refit: 2016 - Gross tonnage: 16.151 - Pass. cap. lower beds: 618 - All berths: 644 - Passenger decks: 7 - Length: 135,70 m. - Beam: 21,50 m. - Drive: 4 diesel engines make Wärtsilä type 2x 9L32 - 2x 6L32  total output 13.800 kW. - Propulsion: 2 Controllable pitch  propellers total output 8.280 kW. - Service speed: 15 knots - Max. speed: 18 knots - Built:Fosen Mek.Verksted - Norway - Yard no. 73 - Classification: DNV- Flag: Norway.

  Passenger Space Ratio All Berths: 25.08

Sistership: Trollfjord

The Midnatsol and sister Trollfjord will be modern in design with extensive use of Norwegian wood, stone and art in its interior decoration and large expanses of glass to bring nature and light into the public areas. The top deck will have large observation lounges with panoramic views and a sauna and fitness room near the expanded outdoor area. Elevators will be made of glass. The library will display art by Norway's Kaare Espolin-Johnson. The ship will have a dining room, a modern cafe/bistro and an eight-room conference area. Four of the bright colorful cabins will be wheelchair-accessible. There are 21 suites on the Midnatsol, eight with private balcony. The mix includes grand suites, suites, mini-suites, deluxe and standard cabins.

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