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Ocean Atlantic Greenland National Park

Ocean Atlantic Antarctic and Arctic Cruises

The perfect vessel for expedition cruising in polar waters

A polar cruise on board the Ocean Atlantic

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Medical Services

Ocean Atlantic is the perfect vessel for expedition cruising in Antarctic and Arctic waters! Newly renovated in 2016 and with an international ice class rating of 1B, she is one of the strongest ships operating in Antarctica. Her high maneuverability, shallow draft and strong engines allow for extended voyages into isolated fjords, creating exciting adventures for any Antarctica and Arctic traveler.

Ocean Atlantic is newly renovated (2016) with elegant common areas and accommodation for 198 passengers. The ship was built in 1985 and underwent an extensive rebuild in 2010. With a length of 140m, she has ample space on the multiple decks for several lecture halls, a relaxed restaurant serving 4-star international cuisine, professionally staffed bars, and observation platforms – and even a pool.

All common areas on the Erickson Deck feature large panel windows, enabling passengers to quickly spot passing whales and photographic sights from the comfort of indoor lounges.

All private cabins are stylishly appointed and feature individual bathroom facilities, phone for internal calls, individual temperature controls, and TV. Ideal for relaxation, the vessels’ accommodation ranges in size from 11 - 35 m2 and are designed with either portholes or windows.

Daily shore landings at penguin rookeries, research stations, and other Antarctic wonders are made possible by her fleet of 20 Zodiacs.

Pictures and Deck Plans of the Ocean Atlantic

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Dates & Prices of Ocean Atlantic

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Book now, pay later: You can easily place your booking online. We will then hold the spaces for you, and you can confirm with a payment later. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, include taxes, and can be subject to fluctuation and change. The routes are fixed, but can be changed due to weather or breeding behavior of the animals. Could not find your preferred date?

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All expedition cruises on board the Ocean Atlantic

Amenities on board the Ocean Atlantic

gym

Fitness Center

bar

Bar

rubber boots

Mudroom

theater

Lecture Theater

binoculars

Observation Deck

swimming pool

Pool

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Zodiac Fleet

lounge

Observation Lounge

gift

Gift Shop

sauna

Sauna

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Medical Services

library

Library

Ocean Atlantic's take on sustainable traveling

In order to reduce chemicals released into the ocean and lower the energy used in washing items onboard, the washing of towels and bed linens is being reduced, by providing each cabin proper signage to reduce the amount being washed each time. All laundry chemicals used are biodegradable.

The 3 keywords to keep in mind in every aspect are: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle. All possible items are put to multiple use. For example, plastic bags from parka jackets are used afterwards as garbage bin liners. All single-use plastic items are being eliminated, such as disposable cups, stirrers, and straws. Paper cups can be used when requested, refillable water bottles are given to all our guests at the beginning of each voyage, and only reusable hard plastic mugs and regular glasses are used for BBQs and special events. Only paper straws are available upon request and proper signage has been located explaining this. Wooden items have replaced the plastic ones, and instead of individual packages for condiments, yogurt, jam or butter, we provide small bowls and a butter pot for each table.

All garbage created in work areas is separated, and trash bins in the cabins can be requested to separate paper products. We are implementing recycling stations in key public areas for the use of our guests.

Single-use and plastic items have been replaced by wall-mounted dispensers to eliminate waste, and only biodegradable products are used, with proper labeling to promote the awareness of green initiatives among our guests.

Phosphate free, non or minimally toxic, biodegradable, not bio accumulative and eco-friendly cleaning products only.

Preventive measures to avoid the spread of plastic microfibers in the oceans are being researched and are in the process of being implemented.

More info about the Ocean Atlantic

Category

First Class Ship

Type

Expedition Cruise Ship

Class

Ice Class 1B

Length

140 m

Crew members

120

Cruising speed

10.5 knots

Capacity

198

Year built

1985

Food & Drinks on board the Ocean Atlantic

The bright, spacious restaurant prepares 4-star international cuisine. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in your tour price. All meals are served in the restaurant where you can enjoy the spectacular views. You have free seating at all meals.

Breakfast and lunch are served buffet-style, while dinner is a la carte. Meals, including daily snacks, are prepared by a professional chef. Coffee, tea, and water are free during the entire cruise; other drinks can be purchased in the restaurant and at the bar. In the event you are not onboard at lunch time, we will prepare a lunch bag for you in the morning, which you can take ashore. In the afternoon, we offer tea and coffee in the lounge. We also offer a midnight snack between 10 pm and 12 am.

We only prepare seafood that is either caught or farmed in ways that consider the long-term vitality of harvested species and the well-being of our oceans, as well as the livelihoods of fisheries-dependent communities. The hotel management uses MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) to ensure the purchase of species approved as sustainable.

Cabin Categories on board the Ocean Atlantic

Category E Cabin

Large Inside Cabin, featuring a double or two single beds, a relaxing sitting area, and a bathroom with a bathtub. Located on Marco Polo Deck (Deck 5).

Category D Cabin

Featuring two single beds, private bathroom, and a porthole. Located on the Columbus Deck (Deck 4).

Category F Cabin

Large Inside Triple Cabin, featuring a double or two single beds, and a fold-out single bed, a relaxing sitting area, and a bathroom with a bathtub. Located on Marco Polo Deck (Deck 5).

Category B Cabin

Featuring a double bed or two single beds, a sofa bed that enables triple accommodation, a relaxing sitting area, private bathroom and windows. Partly obstructed view. Located on the Magellan and Hudson Deck (Deck 7 & 8).

Category G Cabin

Cabins feature a single bed, private bathroom, and a porthole. Located on Columbus Deck (Deck 4).

Category A Cabin

Featuring a double bed or two single beds, a relaxing sitting area, private bathroom and windows. Located on the Marco Polo Deck.

Premium Suite

These 2-room suites are designed with a large double bed or two twin beds, an elegant living room, large private bathroom and windows. Located on the Marco Polo Deck (Deck 5).

Category C Cabin

This Standard Cabin has two single beds, private bathroom, and a window. Located on Marco Polo Deck (Deck 5).

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