The expedition ship MV Togo was built in 1965 at the legendary Dunston Shipyard in Thorne, Yorkshire, and served as a deep-sea cutter until 1997. She has a turbulent past with several changes of ownership and name like Bosten Viking or Bob Read. Her current patron saint is the husky Togo, who has become a legend in Alaska.
After the conversion of the MV Togo into a private yacht in 2002, she sailed the Baltic Sea, the Norwegian fjords and other lake areas in Europe. The MS Togo is a real gem in classic style and can still be seen after extensive conversions in 2012 and 2018. Steep stairs and narrow passages are made up many times over by charm and charisma.
The MV Togo has comfortable and functional 2-bed cabins with two separate beds and a very nice bathroom (cabin 4 with a double bed). The fifth 2-bed cabin (no. 7) is on the main deck and is the only cabin with portholes.
Meals are served in the small dining room. The cosy saloon is the heart of the Togo. Here you can warm up with a cup of hot cocoa while the arctic landscape passes by in front of the large windows. And this is where you meet in the afternoon for a cup of coffee or tea and a freshly baked cake or get exciting lectures from the guides in the evening hours. The bridge is open and as a visitor you are very welcome there.
Small, robust and manoeuvrable, the MV Togo offers some special features that make a trip with her an unforgettable experience.
Max. 12 Passengers
1 Exterior cabins
6 Interior cabins
No doctor on board
No credit card payments
Simple and practical cabin on the lower deck, furnished with a rustic wooden wall, with bed, small cupboard, mirror and lamp, accessible via a steep and narrow staircase. Bathroom with shower/WC is located outside the cabin on the main deck and is shared with cabin no. 7 and the other single cabin.
Simple and functional, with rustic wooden wall, cabin with porthole on the main deck; two single beds, small wardrobe, drawers under the beds, mirror and lamps. The bathroom with shower/WC outside the cabin on the main deck is shared with the two single cabins. The ceiling height of the cabin is 1.75 m.
Simple and practical, but very comfortably furnished cabin on the lower deck with two single beds, small wardrobe, drawers under the beds and lamps. Each cabin has a private bathroom with shower/WC.
Simple and practical, but very comfortably furnished cabin on the lower deck with two single beds, small wardrobe, drawers under the beds and lamps. The cabin has a private bathroom with shower/WC.