Vessel Type: Expedition

Length: 37 meters

Passenger Capacity: 12

Built: 1958

A former Norwegian research vessel that has been tastefully converted into an expedition vessel ideal for exploring the Arctic.

What we love about Kinfish
Her small size makes her perfect for exploring the places larger vessels can’t reach.
Modern, spacious interior with passenger lounge and large saloon.
All cabins have en-suite with comfortable beds.
Large bridge area where guests are welcome to observe.
Ice strengthened hull
Multiple deck heights and viewing areas.

Key Features
Accommodates 12 guests in 6 x twin cabins with en-suite.
All cabins are well-appointed and are finished to a high standard.
Large dining saloon with bar.
Spacious passenger lounge on the top deck.
Equipped with 2 Zodiac landing crafts for shore landings
Semi enclosed deck spaces to enjoy the view
Fully staffed with experienced captain, crew and expedition leaders.

Enjoy the views from multiple deck levels.
Climb the mast and get outstanding views from the viewing platform.
Low aft deck just 1 meter from the water which is great for photography.
Viewing area on deck 4 which is great for wildlife spotting.
Accessible bow area.
Open bridge policy with seating area to observe operations.

Clean, comfortable cabins with ensuite.Large messroom with bar and dining area for 18 seated persons.
Guest lounge with board games and media library.
Survey lounge with projector and library.
Mud room


Cabin layout for Kinfish

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