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Island Passage

Island Passage

Year Built: 

Guests Accomodated: 

24

Size:

138 FT

Designed to accommodate a 6-seater helicopter on her top deck, the 24-guest Island Passage is a truly unique ship, with scenic helicopter flights available on many of her itineraries. She currently sails in the Tahitian Islands, as well as New Zealand's Bay of Islands and Milford Sound regions, and is available for charter.
The Island Passage's big standout is that she was designed to accommodate a 6-seater helicopter on her top deck. Some of her itineraries even include a
Castaway Cabin
At 160 square feet, Island Passage's Main Deck Castaway Cabins have two wide portholes with ocean views and a lower deck location equaling less ship movement. Hotel-style beds in queen and twin sizes are available depending on individual room

Ursus

Ursus

Year Built: 

1984

Guests Accomodated: 

1984

Size:

73 ft

The Ursus provides accommodations for up to 8 passengers on coastal grizzly expeditions on the Alaska Peninsula. Ideally designed for exploring the remote waters of coastal Katmai National Park, the Ursus (Latin for bear) is 73 feet long with a deep displacement hull and an exceptionally seaworthy design with a high bow and fine horseshoe stern. She carries a full complement of modern, state-of-the-art navigation and safety equipment.

Doris

Doris

Year Built: 

2007

Guests Accomodated: 

6

Size:

50FT

Doris, a 50-foot Lagoon catamaran, has capacity for 6 guests and uniquely offers two sun deck trampoline nets.

50 Years of Victory

50 Years of Victory

Year Built: 

2007

Guests Accomodated: 

128

Size:

494 FT

Twenty years in the making, 50 Years of Victory is the first Arktika-class icebreaker to have a spoon-shaped bow. Boosting the efficiency is the all-new automated digital control system. The ship, designed with a stainless-steel ice belt 18 feet wide, breaks through ice up to nine feet thick. She carries the highest ice class rating possible and is driven by two nuclear reactors that produce 75,000 horsepower. In open water, top speed can be as much as 18 knots. Equipped with an onboard helicopter for spectacular aerial sightseeing, she is a true polar expedition vessel.

Kruzof Explorer

Kruzof Explorer

Year Built: 

1968 ( refurbished 2019)

Guests Accomodated: 

12

Size:

128FT

The Kruzof Explorer, a Bering Sea crab fishing boat turned premier expedition vessel, was constructed to be among the toughest hulls on the planet, capable of exploring remote areas and bodies of water where few venture. The unparalleled seaworthiness and performance, coupled with modern renovations and elegant furnishings results in a craft that stands alone in its expedition capabilities. The vessel carries a sport fishing vessel, high-speed Zodiac, kayaks, and paddle-boards. The vessel's five-ton crane, which once hauled king crab pots, easily handles loading and unloading of these expedition craft.

Alaskan Dream

Alaskan Dream

Year Built: 

1986 (REMODELED 2011)

Guests Accomodated: 

40

Size:

104 FT

At 104 feet in length, the Alaskan Dream's innovative, streamlined catamaran design allows the vessel to easily navigate narrow channels and passages. All cabins feature extra-large viewing windows. The Vista View lounge faces forward with the same view as the captain, affording spectacular views of the scenery, ports, and wildlife along the way.

Ushuaia

Ushuaia

Year Built: 

1970 (refurbished 2018)

Guests Accomodated: 

90

Size:

278.3 FT

The 90-guest Ushuaia is one of the smallest ships operating in Antarctica. Originally built for the United States agency NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration), the ice-strengthened polar vessel is very well appointed with ample deck space and an open bridge policy that invites guests to observe the navigational operations of the ship. A full complement of inflatable landing craft ensures superb landings and wildlife viewing opportunities on the otherwise inaccessible Antarctic coastline to help maximize her passengers time on land.

Ultramarine

Ultramarine

Year Built: 

2020

Guests Accomodated: 

200

Size:

420ft

The new Ultramarine 200-passenger polar ship is being purpose-built for safety and far-off exploration. The vessel boasts specialized exploration tools, cutting-edge safety measures and an incredible 70-day cruising range to focus on hard-to-reach places, while at the same time providing a high-end onboard experience. Set to launch in 2020, she is being built by Croatia's award-winning Brodosplit, the largest shipyard in the country, and is designed by LMG Marin, Europe's leading naval architect.

Flojo

Flojo

Year Built: 

2014 (REFITTED 2018)

Guests Accomodated: 

6

Size:

44 FT

Flojo, a 44-foot Leopard catamaran, has capacity for 6 guests and uniquely offers a foredeck lounge area, sun deck loungers and a barbecue.

Le Soleal

Le Soleal

Year Built: 

2013

Guests Accomodated: 

200-264

Size:

466 FT

Le Soleal is an elegant and innovatively designed expedition ship that accommodates up to 264 guests (200 on Antarctica cruises) on her global itineraries. On board, guests can enjoy big ship amenities but on a small ship with special moments that feel as though you are staying at a 5-star hotel.

Launched in 2013, MS Le Soleal cruise ship is the 3rd in a series of four identical / same-designed Ponant-owned mega yachts, with sister ships L'Austral, Le Boreal and Le Lyrial. All these vessels feature ice-strengthened hulls, sleek-design superstructures. Zodiacs for ship-to-shore landings and coastal cruising, exotic itinerary routes featuring overnight stays, long port days and late evening departures.

S/V Rembrandt Van Rijn

S/V Rembrandt Van Rijn

Year Built: 

1947 (remodeled 2011)

Guests Accomodated: 

33

Size:

168 ft

The three-mast schooner S/V Rembrandt van Rijn is well suited for expedition cruising among the fjords and icebergs, and for experiencing the sublime beauty of the northern lights. Ideal for spotting whales, cruising among small islands and exploring remote locations, this 33-passenger sailing vessel appeals to travelers and avid sailors alike.

Luna Sea

Luna Sea

Year Built: 

2011

Guests Accomodated: 

6

Size:

46 FT

Luna Sea, a 46-foot Leopard catamaran, has capacity for 6 adults and 1 child on a lounger bed, and uniquely offers a Seadoo Sea Scooter and barbecue.

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