Why We Like This Ship

  • Extensive recent refurbishment has considerably benefited this already popular ship
  • One of the more stable Arctic vessels with her rounded stern and active stabilizing system
  • The promenade deck areas are a great place to hang out and watch icebergs float past
  • An enthusiastic and dedicated team of expeditionary staff who really go the extra step
  • The lounge and dining room's panoramic windows mean you never miss out on the passing scenery

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Trips aboard Ocean Adventurer

Cabin Categories

*Note that the above measurements are approximate averages and exact cabin size can vary

The Ocean Adventurer has 70 cabins, all outward facing, and they include ensuite bathroom facilities, as well as a TV and DVD player.  All cabins have twin beds except for the triple.

Owner's Suites (3)

  • This cabins are located on the Bridge Deck
  • Windows with exterior views

This is an all-new suite category that is part of the 2017 renovation of the vessel - the image to the left is a visualisation of what to expect.

Suites (3)

  • All 3 suites are located on the Captain's Deck
  • 2 windows

Deluxe (11) and Superior (5)

  • 5 Deluxe cabins are located on the Upper Deck
  • 6 completely new Deluxe Cabins are located on the Captain's Deck, are slightly larger than those located on the Upper Deck, and have unobstructed view
  • 2 windows

Main Deck Twin Window (18)

  • These 18 cabins are located on the Main Deck and the Lower Deck
  • 1 window

Main Deck Porthole (6)

  • These 6 cabins are located on the Main Deck
  • Porthole

Lower Deck Twin (13)

  • Located on the Lower Deck
  • Two lower berths
  • Private facilities porthole window with exterior views

Triple (6)

  • All 6 cabins are located on the Main Deck, towards the front of the vessel
  • Porthole

Deck Plan

Onboard Communications

If whilst in the Arctic you wish to stay in touch, there are a number of options to choose from:

  • Internet & wifi: available as a pre-paid PIN card that grants access to wifi spots found in the public spaces, but the signal should reach cabins too. Generally, 100mb cards cost about $100. 
  • Satellite phone card: available as a pre-paid PIN card. Expect costs of about $0.25/minute when calling to the USA.
  • Ship-based email: available for a nominal fee of about $30 (text-based email)
  • Mail: it is possible to send mail from the ship

Due to the remoteness of the location, the options available are only suitable for light data traffic, meaning that internet access or the uploading of images is not possible. Email access, however, is still available. 

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