This Finnish-built expedition ship, refurbished and relaunched in 2018, has a superior ice classification and a record of stability and manoeuvrability. In addition to spacious outdoor viewing platforms there’s a spacious dining room and observation lounge featuring panoramic windows.
The spruced-up cabins and suites, most of which have panoramic windows, accommodate up to 146 guests. You’ll find spacious outdoor viewing platforms and a large main dining room and observation lounge also with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The impressive range of top quality amenities and facilities includes a gym and wellness centre (offering massages, a steam room, Jacuzzi and Finnish sauna) and a multimedia room indispensable to photographers.
The cruise operator and expedition team are genuinely dedicated to providing guests with a tailor-made Antarctica experience: a varied choice of expertly guided, simultaneous excursions and activities on land, kayak and Zodiac means that your particular interests can be catered for (a lot is included but some activities have to be booked and paid for in advance of the cruise). To emphasise the flexibility, there’s even a bistro if you’d like a more casual, speedier meal.