OPEN DECKS and
Fram has two large hot tubs on her open decks. There is no
traditional pool. Afterall, such a feature would see very limited
use on cruises to the Arctic and Antarctic.
There is, however, considerable open space for sitting outdoors
and watching the scenery. There are deck chairs and wooden
tables and chairs aft.
The outdoor promenade wraps
around the forward part of the
ship. The bow area is clear of
machinery so guests can sun
themselves on deck chairs.
The fitness room located high
on the ship has exercie
machines and a ping pong
Appropriately for a Scandinavian
ship, Fram has two saunas; one in th
men's dressing room and one in the
ladies' dressing room.
Above left: Fram's Internet cafe.
Above right: Fram's libaray features a selection of books about the polar regions.
Above: There are two lecture rooms where guests can hear talks about the places the ship is visiting .
Lectures are given by the staff guides. Since the ship attracts guests from several countries, lectures
are given in several languages.
Below left: An electronic fireplace gives the comfortable Nunami Lounge a relaxed feel.
Below right: The Arcade located outside of the dining room has artwork, displays relating to polar
exploration and comfortable seating across from large windows.