Antarctica

Sea Adventurer (known as Ocean Adventurer from 2017)

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Type: Expedition ship

Introduction

Built as an expedition ship in 1975 and refitted in 1998, this attractive ice-strengthened vessel is a comfortable base for its 132 passengers to explore the polar regions. Unique itineraries, a choice of adventure options and plenty of outside deck space make this a great choice for a Polar adventure.

The Sea Adventurer offers a spacious window-lined dining room, forward observation deck, large lounge with two bars, plus a library, medical clinic and small exercise room. There are also 5 computers aboard for passenger use. All cabins have lower berths with private facilities and either a porthole or window(s). A fleet of Zodiacs are carried onboard, and optional kayaking, camping and snowshoeing are available on selected departures.

In 2017 the Sea Adventurer will begin sailing under her new name, Ocean Adventurer, and for voyages from June 2018 onwards, all references to the ship will be under this name.

Ship Accommodation

Triple Cabins (6) two bunk berths and one single berth with porthole

Lower Deck Twin Cabins (13) two lower single berths with porthole

Main Deck Twin Porthole (6) two lower single berths with porthole

Main Deck Twin Window (18) two lower single berths with window

Superior (5) two lower single berths with window

Deluxe (11) two lower single berths with window

Suite (3) two lower single berths with window, sofa

Owner's Suite (3) two lower single berths with window, sofa

All cabins have exterior views and private facilities.


Single travellers
Triple or twin share cabins are available (on a same gender basis). Sole occupancy of a cabin incurs a supplement.


Our View
One of the more elegant vessels of the fleet, the Sea Adventurer has ample outside deck space for excellent wildlife viewing

Deck Plan

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