Polar Quest

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Destinations

Ships

Caledonian Sky

Caledonian Sky

Year Built: 

1991 (REMODELED 2012)

Guests Accomodated: 

114

Size:

4200 GT

First introduced in 2015 and the fourth ship in the Sister-ships series, Le Lyrial is the very embodiment of this new generation of intimately sized cruise ships. Its exterior and interior lines, all sober understatement and refinement, make it a yacht of a rare and innovative kind.
For the interior decoration, we took inspiration from the tones and colors of our destinations and used a palette made up of blues, from the soft, luminous grey-like tones of the polar ice to the vivid notes and turquoises of Mediterranean inlets and coves.

MS Stockholm

MS Stockholm

Year Built: 

Guests Accomodated: 

12

Size:

12,165 GT

The M/S Stockholm is a classic ship built in 1953 for the Swedish National Maritime Administration. In 1998 she was totally refitted and started her career as a comfortable polar passenger ship. The M/S Stockholm carries a maximum of 12 passengers in twin cabins with bunk beds. All cabins have private facilities and small windows (portholes). M/S Stockholm is a marvelous piece of maritime history with beautiful brass details and
wooden decks. It is no wonder she is loved by so many! After 20 years of navigating the waters in Svalbard she has the experience and track record of being able to access difficult to reach sites that are inaccessible to other ships.

On board you will enjoy delicious meals in the company of
likeminded travelers, who are all fascinated by the Arctic nature, wildlife and history. The food on board is of high standard and all beverages are included in the price. With such a small party on board, this is like travelling on a private yacht.

S/V Island Solitude

S/V Island Solitude

Year Built: 

Guests Accomodated: 

12

Size:

82 ft

The newly built, SV Island Solitude is 82' long and accommodates twelve guests in six cabins. Each is furnished with two lower berths and a private en-suite bathroom, complete with a hot shower. The spacious wheelhouse, located on the main deck, accommodates the entire group during meal time where guests will enjoy healthy and deliciously prepared food surrounded by 360-degree views.

Built on the British Columbia coast with the environment in mind, the engines exceed EPA emission standards. Designed specifically for expedition travel, Island Solitude provides elegance and comfort in while exploring some of the most remote and beautiful coastal areas.

There is plenty of space on deck for wildlife watching with 2 zodiacs for daily shore excursions and 5 stable sea kayaks for guests to use whenever the vessel is at anchor.

Ocean Nova

Ocean Nova

Year Built: 

1992 (remodeled 2006)

Guests Accomodated: 

72

Size:

240ft

Carrying only 72 passengers and classified to operate in ice-filled waters, Ocean Nova is guided by Danish officers with deep experience in polar navigation. With all outside cabins, each with private facilities, a spacious dining room and a comfortable library, the Ocean Nova is a perfect expedition ship for your cruise to Antarctica. This version of Ocean Nova's cabin configurations and amenities is for her charter by Antarctica21.

M/S Quest

M/S Quest

Year Built: 

1992 (REMODELED 2018)

Guests Accomodated: 

53

Size:

66 METERS

M/S Quest was built in Denmark in 1992 to serve as a ferry on Greenland`s west-coast. In 2004/2005 she was redesigned as an expedition ship and has now a career as a small and comfortable expedition vessel. She was extensively renovated in 2018. Quest takes 53 passengers in 26 cabins, all with sea-view and private facilities. The triple cabins on deck 3 have upper and lower berths. All other cabins have two lower berths or a double bed. In your cabin you also find a desk with chair and ample storage space for clothes and equipment. The superior cabins on deck 3 and 4 are spacious and have a separate sitting area and TV/DVD. The Owner`s cabin, next to the Captain`s cabin, on deck 4 has a double bed, two large picture windows, a sitting area and TV/DVD.

M/S Sjoveien

M/S Sjoveien

Year Built: 

Guests Accomodated: 

12

Size:

After being a hotel ship for the past few years, she has now been refurbished into a classic and exclusive passenger ship and started her career in Svalbard the summer of 2017. She is a true beauty with wooden decks and classic details. There is a lot of deck space on the main deck and there is also an excellent area on top of the bridge, from where you have wonderful views of the magical Svalbard scenery. You also find a wood-fired hot tub out on deck.

To accommodate a maximum of 12 passengers there are eight outside cabins, all with private facilities. On the lower deck there are four twin cabins with portholes. On the main deck there are two larger twin cabins with windows and one large superior cabin with a double bed and windows. The eighth cabin is located on the upper deck and is a large superior cabin with windows.

Ocean Adventurer

Ocean Adventurer

Year Built: 

1976 (remodeled 2017)

Guests Accomodated: 

128

Size:

332 ft


The Ocean Adventurer, formerly named Sea Adventurer, is a polar expedition vessel built in Yugoslavia in 1976. She underwent a $13 million conversion in 1998 and a complete refurbishment of her cabin interiors in 2014. In 2017, another refurbishment upgraded her technical specs to include two new engines, generators, gear boxes, drive systems and re-bladed propellers, resulting in fuel efficiency and a minimized carbon footprint. The multi-million dollar investment also included interior improvements such as bathrooms in every cabin, upgrades to the lounge and dining room, and the addition of new Deluxe cabins and Owner's Suites.

This ship's proud reputation has always been complemented by her well-appointed elegance. She is a traveler favorite because of her intimate feel with ample public space.