Luxury Expedition Ships

(100-200 Passenger Range)

Luxury Class doesn’t have to do with the size of the ship, but rather the class of travel. A luxury ship to the Arctic offers luxurious accommodations, spacious public spaces and lounges, and Five-Star amenities such as a TV/VCR, mini-refrigerator, choice of bed type (twin or queen), elevator, as well as Butler Service and verandas in select cabin types. It carries you in style to the most remote wilderness destination in the world.

You do not need to trade comfort for safety and adventure. Luxury ships to the Arctic still come with ice-strengthened hulls, active stabilizers for motion control, sophisticated navigation equipment, ample Zodiacs for landings, expert expedition staff and lecturers, an experienced crew and wait staff. This type of ship provides you with an Arctic experience with luxury accommodations.

National Geographic Explorer Cruise Ship
National Geographic Explorer
148 Passengers
Hebridean Sky Cruise Ship
Hebridean Sky — Z
104 Passengers
Resolute Arctic Cruise Ship
146 Passengers
Adventure Options
Sea Spirit Cruise Ship
Sea Spirit
114 Passengers
Adventure Options
Silver Explorer Cruise Ship
Silver Explorer
144 Passengers
National Geographic Orion Cruise Ship
National Geographic Orion
106 Passengers
Silver Cloud Expedition Cruise Ship
Silver Cloud
200 Passengers
Le Boreal Cruise Ship
Le Boreal
199 Passengers
Hondius Luxury Expedition Cruise Ship
176 Passengers
Adventure Options
Greg Mortimer Luxury Expidition Cruise Ship
Greg Mortimer
120 Passengers
Adventure Options
Le Champlain Luzury Arctic Cruise Ship
Le Champlain — Z
160 Passengers