Hebridean Sky is a small, first class expedition vessel operating cruises to Antarctica accommodating 100-114 guests. It conveys the atmosphere and enthusiasm of adventure and discovery, but complemented by the comforts of a classic first class hotel. The large yet cosy suites, arranged over five decks, are all carpeted and excellently furnished, but all have natural light, their own sitting area and hotel-style amenities such as mini-fridge, TV, personal safe and bathrobes. Some of the suites have their own balcony and all have private bathroom with walk-in shower.
Public areas include a lounge, a library with soft sofas and mellow lighting, a presentation room for lectures and films, an exercise room, a medical clinic, a wraparound deck from which to observe birds, whales or dolphins and stretch your legs, and a lift serving all passenger decks. You can enjoy sophisticated cuisine at the smart à la carte interior dining room, but you can also choose to eat al fresco on the Lido deck. Guests make off-board excursions on the ten Zodiac boats carries by the ship.