Why We Like This Ship

  • Her unique X-BOW design isn’t only eye-catching, the practical benefits are a smoother ride for passengers and lower fuel consumption, which is good for us all
  • Even with a capacity 120 passengers the large, highly experienced expedition team of 15 - 18 people will deliver a very personalised experience for all on board
  • Choose from 5 well-appointed cabin categories, 80% of which have balconies, which is rare on polar ships
  • The combination of a small number of passengers and multiple zodiac loading decks means great chance of spontaneity and faster zodiac logistics
  • Optional kayaking is always popular, while this is one of only a few ships to also offer scuba diving and polar snorkelling

Voyages aboard Greg Mortimer

Cabin Categories

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

Captain's Suite

  • Located on Deck 4
  • Cabin and balcony combined size of 46.3 sqm
  • Private balcony, ensuite and lounge 
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Junior Suite

  • Located on Deck 7
  • Cabin and balcony combined size of 44.4 sqm
  • Private balcony, ensuite and lounge 
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Balcony Suite

  • Located on Deck 4
  • Cabin and balcony combined size of 35.8 - 36.2 sqm
  • Private balcony, ensuite and lounge 
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Balcony Stateroom

  • Located on Deck 4 and on Deck 6
  • Cabin and balcony combined sized of 21 - 31 sqm
  • Private balcony, ensuite 
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Twin

  • Located on Deck 3
  • Cabin size of 15 - 23 sqm 
  • Porthole, en suite 
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Triple

  • Located on Deck 3
  • Cabin size of 22 sqm
  • Porthole, en suite 
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Deck Plan

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