M/V Kinfish

M/V Kinfish has been transformed from a Norwegian research vessel to a boutique passenger ship, ready to explore the icy waters of Svalbard.

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M/V Kinfish

M/V Kinfish has been transformed from a Norwegian research vessel to a boutique passenger ship, ready to explore the icy waters of Svalbard.

Built in 1958, the M/V Kinfish has recently been transformed from a Norwegian research vessel to a classic passenger ship, ready to explore the icy waters of Svalbard. The bridge has been fitted out with advanced safety equipment, allowing the M/V Kinfish to safely navigate the calm seas.
With room on board for just 12 passengers, the M/V Kinfish has an intimate atmosphere, and her small size allows her to access some of the smaller fjords and coves along the coastline. The ship also offers an expansive deck space spread across multiple levels, two spacious lounges and a fantastic presentation room.

The Kinfish is a classic small passenger ship with spacious and welcoming communal areas.

Interior

A recently renovated Norwegian research vessel, the M/V Kinfish has been fully fitted with comfortable furnishings and safety equipment to allow for a peaceful cruising experience. There are six guest cabins on board, including five twin cabins and one quad cabin, all with ensuite bathrooms. There are also two lounges, a dining area and bar, as well as an open bridge and ample deck space from which to admire the stunning Arctic landscapes. The deck space is spread over different levels, which is perfect for active travellers and avid photographers who want to capture the wildlife and scenery from different perspectives.

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