16-nt Antarctic MS Midnatsol
|Day||Ports of Call||Arrival||Departure|
|1||Buenos Aires, Argentina||-||-|
|3||Cruise Drake Passage||-||-|
|4||Cruise Drake Passage||-||-|
|5||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|6||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|7||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|8||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|9||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|10||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|11||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|12||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|13||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|14||Cruise Antarctic Peninsula||-||-|
|15||Cruise Drake Passage||-||-|
|16||Cruise Drake Passage||-||-|
|17||Buenos Aires, Argentina||-||-|
The name Midnatsol (Midnight Sun) is something to live up to, and this ship is dedicated to the Norwegian summer.
MS Midnatsol has a strong environmental profile and a modern design. The interior’s bright, colourful décor is inspired by the warm sunny climate, a motif also reflected in the many pieces of Norwegian modern art on display. She is also a TV star, being featured in the award winning documentary "Hurtigruten 365", made by Norwegian TV. On deck 9 you find the sun deck and a Jacuzzi. Key qualities of the MS Midnatsol include the large, two-story panorama lounge above the bow, and the large glass expanses that allow natural light to enter, while providing extraordinary views.
MS Midnatsol is an ice class 1X ship and equipped with advanced technology, making her very well suited for expedition voyages in Antarctica. In 2016 she begun to take explorers on adventures to Patagonia and Antarctica.