MS Trollfjord deck 5 plan (Dining)

Deck layout and review

Review of MS Trollfjord deck 5 (Dining)

Deck 5 layout starts with the ship’s two lecture halls. Meeting rooms generally host multimedia presentations and expert lectures by scientists and wildlife experts. They are also used for business-, a large group- and private meetings, conferences at sea, special events, etc.

Viking Saga Cafe is a 24-hour open cafeteria, with a la carte menu (snacks, hot meals, drinks). The Cafe serves mainly local passengers, who use the Trollfjord ship as a port-to-port ferry boat. The portside part of the area has a separate seating area (“Viking Cafe”) often used by passengers for reading.

A la carte Restaurant offers a more private, intimate setting. This exquisite restaurant serves some of the world's best seafood, exotic meat and other produce directly sourced from the Arctic.

Viking Market Shop sells mostly Norwegian souvenirs and gifts, with some Hurtigruten logo merchandise, also toiletries, clothing, jewelry, postcards, toys (stuffed animals).

Saga Hall Restaurant is the ship’s dining room (capacity 335 seats, nonsmoking, for cruise passengers only). The dining room features large floor-ceiling panoramic windows, 2- and 4-seats tables, a large buffet station in the middle, adjacent Galley/Kitchen area. The Saga Hall dining room restaurant 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 is available for purchase at the restaurant).

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