MS Fram is a purpose built 12,700-ton vessel that incorporates all the best of both practical and traditional design. Named after the ship used by famous Norwegian Explorer Fridtjof Nansen, MS Fram's interior has been inspired by Greenland and the Arctic region. In keeping with the history of the its name, items of the original Fram will also be displayed throughout the vessel, linking the present MS Fram with the rich history of its illustrious past. The interior design is inspired by the culture and language of Greenland. The public areas are named after inuit words with symbolic meanings: Qilak Lounge, meaning sky; Imaq Restaurant, meaning sea; and Nunami Lobby, meaning on land. The ship's interior features extensive use of wool, leather and oak creating a Nordic feel. In addition to the Fram's superbly appointed lounges and restaurants, there is a a main reception area, a glass-enclosed observation salon and excellent leisure facilities, including gym, sauna and heated Jacuzzis.