All Hurtigruten ships have a wide range of comfortable cabins. They vary in size and location. As a general rule, outside cabins on the higher decks have a picture window while the ones on the lower decks have portholes.
Most travel brochures use the entry level N-class cabins as the cabin of choice. These are about 7-13 m2, and more often do not comfortably fit two regular large suitcases. Especially on longer voyages, we will always recommend you to spend the $40- $70 extra per night and upgrade to a P-class, or better even, a U-class cabin. A bit more space for comfort and enjoyment!
If you are on a budget, inside cabins with no windows are affordable, and you can spend your evenings on the dance floor. If you like a splurge, suites are very nice and offer double bed options, a seating area and a TV with Norwegian channels if the scenery really disappoints (we don’t dub English movies!). Do also think about which side of the ship you want to be on; remember ‘SNPS’; starboard north port south. A bit like when the Brits travelled by ship to India; ‘POSH’; Port Out, Starboard Home.
MX - Suite (43-45m2) - Two rooms, seating and dining table, private balcony.
MG - Suite (35-37m2) - One or two rooms, seating area, some with bath tub, most with private balcony or bay window.
M - Suite (28-30m2) - One or two rooms, seating area, TV, minibar, some with private balcony.
Q - Mini Suite (16m2) - Seating area, minibar, TV, most have a double bed (can be also two single mattresses in a double frame).
U - Outside Cabin (8-13m2) - Separate beds, one bed can be turned into a sofa, table. Upper decks.
P - Outside Cabin (8-13m2) - Separate beds, one bed can be turned into a sofa. Upper and middle decks.
N - Outside Cabin (7-13m2) - Separate beds, one can be turned into a sofa (some with upper/lower berths.) Middle/lower decks.
I - Inside Cabin (6-10m2) - Separate beds, one bed can be turned into a sofa. Some with upper/lower berths.