Sea Adventurer

Introduction

This Polar Adventure Ship was built in 1975. Sea Adventurer underwent a $13 million conversion in 1998 and further upgrades in 2002. Her proud reputation is complimented by her well-appointed, elegance. Sea Adventurer is the perfect expedition ship for people who enjoy soft adventures and creature comforts. All cabins have outside views and facilities en suite.

Key Features:

  • Only 117 guests.
  • 4 partially enclosed lifeboats.
  • Fleet of Zodiacs for shore transfers.
  • All cabins have exterior views and facilities en suite.
  • One dining room with unreserved seating.
  • Multi-purpose lounge and presentation room.
  • Expedition Jackets to Keep.  Rubber Boots to Use.
  • Ice-strengthened hull.

Ship Specifications

Staff & Crew: 72
Passengers: 117
Length: 101 m
Breadth: 16 m
Draft: 4.5 m
Propulsion: Diesel Twin Engines - 5200 Horsepower; 500 HP bowthruster; controllable pitch propellers
Ice Class: 1A
Cruising Speed: 12 knots in open water

Cabins and amenities:

  • 61 outside cabins with exterior views and private facilities.
  • Decks 4 and 5 have exterior access, with outside seating.
  • Window-lined dining room on Deck 4 with unreserved seating.
  • Lounge/Presentation Room.
  • 2 bars.
  • Library.
  • Gift shop.
  • 24 hour beverage station.
  • Ship-to-shore satellite communications with email, and wireless, Internet access.
  • Clinic with licensed doctor.
  • Exercise room.
  • Massage therapist.
  • Ice strengthened hull.
  • All Departures include an Expedition Jacket (yours to keep) and rubber boots on loan for the duration of your voyage.

Please note: there is no passenger elevator between decks.

For 2017-18 Season Itineraries and Departure Dates, see the Ocean Adventurer.

DeckPlan_SeaAdventurer_Antarctic 2016-17

   Suite
Two lower berths, windows with exterior views, private facilities. Cabin 403 has a bathtub other Suites have showers.
   Deluxe
Two lower berths, private facilities, and windows with exterior views.
   Superior
Two lower berths, private facilities, and windows with exterior views.
   Main Deck Window
Two lower berths, private facilities, and two windows with exterior views.
   Main Deck Porthole
Two lower berths, private facilities, and a porthole with exterior views.
   Lower Deck Twin
Two lower berths, private facilities, and a porthole with exterior views.
   Triple
Two lower berths and one upper berth, private facilities, and a porthole with exterior views.