MS Kong Harald deck 4 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of MS Kong Harald deck 4

  • Deck 4 layout starts with the ship’s two lecture halls (both with portside location) – “Helmer Hanssen” and “Tore Hund”. They host multimedia presentations and expert lectures by scientists and wildlife experts, also business-, large group- and private meetings, conferences at sea, etc.
  • Fridtjof Nansen Bar is named after the explorer and a Nobel Peace Prize (1922) laureate.
  • Information Desk (booking shore tours/excursions, among which dog sledding, bus tours to small towns (embarkation in the next port along the Kong Harald itinerary), “Northern Lights” and “North Cape”” themed excursions).
  • “Roald Amundsen Cafe” is named after the famous polar regions explorer, and also the man who led the expedition 1910–12 to Antarctica reaching the South Pole in 1911. The Roald Amundsen cafeteria is open 24 hours, with a la carte priced menu for snacks and some light meals. It serves mainly local passengers, who use the Kong Harald ship as port-to-port ferry boat.
  • The Shop sells mostly souvenirs and gifts, with some Hutigruten logo merchandise.
  • Video Games Arcade
  • Kids Playroom with adjacent nursery (babysitting services)
  • Internet corner / Internet Cafe has 4 Internet computers combined with a small library.
  • Martha-Salen Restaurant is the ship’s dining room (capacity 240 seats, nonsmoking) with large floor-ceiling panoramic windows, a large buffet station and adjacent Galley / Kitchen. The Martha-Salen dining room offers buffet-style Breakfast (incl bacon, eggs, sausages, cold meats, selection of cheeses, seafood, breads, also cereals, fruits, porridge, self-service station for coffee-tea-juice) and Lunch (incl salads and soups, hot/cold meats, pate, seafood, vegetables, desserts). The 2-seating Dinner is waiter served (with 3-course menu /Scandinavian-Norwegian specialties). Wine by the bottle costs extra (wine package available for purchasing at the reception).