Why we like the Ocean Adventurer cruise 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
- A cruising speed of 12.5 knots puts her in the faster category of ships
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Trips aboard Ocean Adventurer
This 11-day Svalbard voyage is a ‘classic’ providing ample time for near guaranteed polar bear sightings, alongside encounters with the region’s other plentiful wildlife and exploring its dramatic scenery. Phippsoya, 14th of July glacier and Hinlopen Strait are all popular…
This comprehensive westbound voyage stands out for its compelling combination of West Greenland, in-depth exploration of the east coast of Baffin Island and the historic Northwest Passage. Jaw dropping scenery, towering icebergs, thrilling wildlife encounters, Inuit community visits and fascinating…
Featuring West Greenland’s vast icebergs and humpback whales as the main stars, this voyage packs real punch. Highlights include the impressive Ilulissat Icefjord UNESCO site with its kilometre high icebergs, zodiac cruises, Inuit village visits and walking the rugged tundra.…
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- Passenger capacity: 128 passengers
- Ice class rating: Ice Class 1A
- Size: 101.1m long x 16.2m wide
- Refurbished: 2017
- Other key feature: Library and Lounge
- 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
Explore the most remote corners of the world in comfort with free time spent between the lounge and bar areas, the Polar Boutique, and the Polar Library.
Get your heart rate going before the day of adventure ashore with use of the exercise room, and learn from the polar specialists with lectures in the presentation room.
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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