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The M/S Stockholm Your comfortable suite on the Stockholm Deck plans of the M/S Stockholm

Exploration of Svalbard

11 Day Itinerary aboard M/S Stockholm
  • Explore eastern Svalbard
  • Search for arctic wildlife
  • Find 17th-century whaling remnants
  • Cruise spectacular landscapes
Cruise the fantastic fjords of Svalbard on this 11-day cruise on the M/S Stockholm. Make daily landings with Zodiac craft to find remnants from the bustling activity during the 17th-century whaling period, view arctic wildlife such as polar bears and walrus, and explore magnificent landscapes and vast tundra.
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Places: Arctic, Asia, Canada, Europe, Greenland, Iceland, North America, Norway, Scandinavia, Svalbard, Western Europe, 14th of July Glacier, Alkefjellet, Hinlopen Strait (Hinlopenstretet), Hornsund, Krossfjorden, Longyearbyen, Ny Alesund, Palanderbukta
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Travelers hiking through the Norwegian arctic.

Orkney & Shetland Islands

12 Day Itinerary aboard M/S Stockholm
  • Encounter dramatic landscapes
  • See a 5,000-year-old village
  • View rare birds on Fair Isle
  • Explore the hanseatic city of Bergen
The Orkney and Shetland Islands offer their visitors spectacular nature, remarkable bird life, and fascinating history. For the collector of remote islands this is a unique opportunity to reach several exciting islands such as Fair Isle, Out Skerries, or Papa Stour.
Activities: Expedition Cruises, Wildlife Viewing
Places: Europe, Norway, Scandinavia, Scotland, United Kingdom, United Kingdom & Ireland, Western Europe, Bergen, Glasgow, Handa, Lerwick, Oban, Stromness
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Svalbard Adventure

9 Day Itinerary aboard M/S Stockholm
  • Explore Longyearbyen
  • Take daily Zodiac cruises
  • Search for arctic wildlife
  • Explore grand icy landscapes
This unique 9-day cruise includes one night in a hotel in Longyearbyen and seven nights on board the charming Stockholm exploring Svalbard’s magical coastlines in search of walruses, whales, arctic foxes, and polar bears.
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Places: Alkefjellet, Krossfjorden, Longyearbyen, Ny Alesund, Palanderbukta, Raudfjord
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The Norwegian Fjords, Bear Island, and Svalbard

16 Day Itinerary aboard M/S Stockholm
  • Explore coastal Norway
  • Sail by Torghatten
  • Visit the Polar Museum
  • Cruise in a Zodiac to Bear Island
  • Search for Arctic wildlife
  • View the fjords of Hornsund
This 16-day expedition cruise on the M/S Stockholm explores Norway's exciting coastline and scenic locations as well as the rarely-visited Bear Island and the icy landscapes of Svalbard.
Activities: Small Ship Cruise, Village Visit, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Places: Alesund, Bear Island, Bellsund, Bergen, Longyearbyen, Nusfjord, Reine, Storfjorden, Tromso
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Apr 2812Orkney & Shetland Islands
May 0816The Norwegian Fjords, Bear Island, and Svalbard
May 229Svalbard Adventure
May 299Svalbard Adventure
Jun 2311Exploration of Svalbard
Aug 0211Exploration of Svalbard
Aug 1211Exploration of Svalbard
Sep 0111Exploration of Svalbard
Passengers: 12
Ship Type: Expedition Cruise Ship

The M/S Stockholm is a classic vessel which was built in 1953 for the Swedish National Maritime Administration. She was refurbished in 1999 and is now a comfortable ice-strengthened expedition vessel.

Each of M/S Stockholm's cabins are outside twins with upper and lower berths and feature en-suite facilities. On board the ship, passengers enjoy the company of likeminded travelers who appreciate the wonders of the world's natural and remote regions. With such a small guest capacity, the M/S Stockholm offers an intimate and off-the-beaten-path experience to its passengers.

The owner, Captain, and crew have vast experience in the area, and are actively involved in making expeditions in harmony with nature and conservation. The crew are also great enthusiasts of the unique wildlife, so do not be surprised if you see the chef ashore taking photographs or studying birds, as time permits. The genuine interest of the crew is a necessity for expedition cruises of this kind.

Year Built: 1953
Conversion: 1999
Length: 40m
Width: 8.8m
Draft: 3.5m
Tonnage: 361 GT
Main Engine: 700hp
Electricity: 220v
Speed: 10.5 knots
Passenger capacity: 12
Zodiacs: 1-2
Your comfortable suite on the Stockholm
Twin Cabin
All six cabins are outside facing and feature twin beds with upper and lower berths. Cabins offer en-suite facilities.
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