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MS Freya

MS Freya

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Passengers: 12
Ship Type: Expedition Cruise Ship

The M/S Freya was originally built in 1981 for the Swedish Maritime Administration as the lighthouse maintenance vessel M/S Fyrbjörn. M/S Freya is built to Lloyd´s class for unrestricted trade and has an ice class of 1A. In 2011 she was taken over by the Swedish Coast Guard as a multipurpose vessel. In 2015 Master Mariner AB brought the ship and named her "Freya af Göteborg" and converted her to an expedition ship.

For diving and snorkeling expeditions, there is a compressor (Bauer KA 14-55B) and a special diving ladder available.

The M/S Freya has a capacity for 12 passengers and 2 guides in seven twin cabins with port holes. Six of the cabins have private shower and WC and four have a third pullman bed that can be folded down if required.

Year Built: 1981
Conversion: 2015
Flag: Sweden
Length: 45 m
Beam: 10.5 m
Draft: 3.9 m
Tonnage: 605 gt
Main Engines: 1000 hp
Electricity: 220 V
Speed: 10.5 knots
Zodiacs: 1-2
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All 7 cabins have port holes. Six have private showers and WC and four have a third pullman bed.
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