MS Maud deck plans

Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities

MS Maud deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (2024-2025-2026 valid floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Hurtigruten deckplan pdf (printable version).

Each of the MS Maud cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on MS Maud staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.

MS Maud (2003-built as "MS Midnatsol", last refurbished in 2021 January) is one of the three advertised as “Millennium-class” newest Hurtigruten ships - together with Finnmarken (Otto Sverdrup) and Trollfjord (Eirik Raude). These ships serve Hurtigruten’s Norwegian Coastal Voyages (NCV) program for ferry and cruise travel by passenger-cargo vessels sailing regularly (year-round) along the coast of Norway and visiting a total of 34 different ports of call. MS Maud (Midnatsol) itinerary calendar has sailings between Bergen and Kirkenes, also some departures from Tromso.

The boat has 9 decks, of which 7 are passenger-accessible (all accessible via 3 elevators) and 3 with cabins.

MS Maud cruise ship deck plan shows a total of 262 staterooms with 532 berths.

MS Midnatsol cruise ship deck plan shows a total of 301 staterooms for 638 passengers (max capacity is 970 guests on Norwegian coastal voyages, 500 on Antarctic cruises) served by 75 crew-staff (all Norwegian). The ship has 7 passenger decks (all accessible via 3 elevators), 1 car lift (connecting decks 3-4 only), 2 bars, 4 lounges, Spa/Sauna, Fitness. The ship’s interior design is Norwegian summer-themed – bright, colorful, Sun-inspired, with many public spaces displaying artworks made by Norwegian artists. The ship has four cabin decks with mostly twin-bed configuration outside staterooms – all with large-size picture window views.

The ship’s original name (Midnatsol) from Norwegian translates as “Midnight Sun”.

Deck layouts

  • Deck 03 - Expedition

    MS Maud Deck 03 - Expedition
  • Deck 04 - Lobby

    MS Maud Deck 04 - Lobby
  • Deck 05 - Restaurants-Science Center

    MS Maud Deck 05 - Restaurants-Science Center
  • Deck 06 - Promenade

    MS Maud Deck 06 - Promenade
  • Deck 07 - Bridge

    MS Maud Deck 07 - Bridge
  • Deck 08 - Lounge

    MS Maud Deck 08 - Lounge
  • Deck 09 - Observation-Sundeck-Pools

    MS Maud Deck 09 - Observation-Sundeck-Pools
  • Deck 10 - Midnatsol deck3

    MS Maud Deck 10 - Midnatsol deck3
  • Deck 11 - Midnatsol deck4

    MS Maud Deck 11 - Midnatsol deck4
  • Deck 12 - Midnatsol deck5

    MS Maud Deck 12 - Midnatsol deck5
  • Deck 13 - Midnatsol deck6

    MS Maud Deck 13 - Midnatsol deck6
  • Deck 14 - Midnatsol deck7

    MS Maud Deck 14 - Midnatsol deck7
  • Deck 15 - Midnatsol deck8

    MS Maud Deck 15 - Midnatsol deck8
  • Deck 16 - Midnatsol deck9

    MS Maud Deck 16 - Midnatsol deck9

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