M/S Stockholm

Adam Rheborg
The M/S Stockholm
Mats Forsberg
Admire the views from the bridge of the Stockholm
JP Lahall
The dining room aboard the Stockholm
Katharina Miller
The Stockholm's lounge
Florian Moellers
Attend lecture series on the Stockholm
Adam Rheborg
A polar bear stands tall for a better view
Lisa Strom
Admire the passing scenery of the Arctic aboard the Stockholm
A small fishing village in Norway.
Exploration of Svalbard
Visit Svalbard during the second half of the season on this 11-day Arctic expedition cruise. The ice is slowly starting to loosen its grip, which offers good opportunities to explore the seldom-visited eastern parts. During this expedition explore the …
  • 11 Days
  • $11,490 USD
M/S Stockholm
Expedition Cruises, Whale Watching, Wildlife Viewing
Arctic, Europe, Norway, Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Ny Alesund, Hinlopen Strait (Hinlopenstretet), Hornsund, 14th of July Glacier, Krossfjorden, …
Arctic Polar Bear
Polar Bear Quest
Join this exciting 9-day Polar Bear Quest on the M/S Stockholm! The trip is scheduled early in the season in Svalbard, when the midnight sun reigns supreme. The bird colonies are teeming with life and the peaks of the dramatic mountain ranges are …
  • 9 Days
  • $8,990 USD
M/S Stockholm
Expedition Cruises, Wildlife Viewing
Arctic, Europe, Norway, Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Western Europe, Scandinavia
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.
Deck plans of the M/S Stockholm