What a very nice day with bright sunshine, mild temperatures and calm sea.
Today is a sea day with lots of activities. At 9 am our bridge tours for passengers started. At 11 am Carolina had a lecture on “Treasures of the National Gallery London” in the Polhøgda lecture hall. At the same time a lecture with Klaus started in the Framheim lecture hall. The topic was “London – the town of the Romans, Vikings and the Hanseatics.
In the afternoon the Countess Leontine of Schmettow gave a lecture with the topic “Insight into the Britis
h Royal Family. All lectures were repeated during the day.
At 9.30 pm the host Günter Meyer invited for a small talk round about ”Everyday life on an expedition ship” together with the Hurtigruten Hamburg Gerneral Managers Kasper Berens and Stephan Handwerker .
MV FRAM is the most modern expedition cruise vessel belonging to the Hurtigrutenfleet, roaming the polar waters and taking people to remote places where only few people go. In order to give you the chance to travel with us, even if only on your screen, we created this blog. Here you can see what we have seen and read what we have done. And - maybe - you will be onboard with us one day.
The expedition team consists of lecturers from various fields and backgrounds: ornithologists, mammalogists, historians, and geologists, ready to tackle all your questions. Together with the crew onboard we make your time on board REALLY worthwhile!