Ocean Nova Antarctica Cruises
A small and sturdy Antarctica cruise ship, a match made in heaven for adventurous travelers
A polar cruise on board the Ocean Nova
The Ocean Nova is a sturdy but nimble expedition vessel, originally built in Denmark to sail through the ice-packed waters off Greenland. With its ice-strengthened hull, and after a full refit in 2006, she was converted to become the perfect Antarctic cruise ship. Since then, she has been upgraded and improved every year to maintain her excellent reputation.
For our air-cruises, Ocean Nova has capacity for only 67 passengers who will find themselves in comfortable outside cabins. The ship offers three categories of accommodation for Antarctic cruises: dedicated Single Cabins, Twin Cabins, and Triple Cabins. All cabins feature picture windows, a writing desk and chair, a substantial wardrobe, individually controlled heating, and a private bathroom with a shower.
In addition to a panoramic glass-enclosed observation lounge and presentation room, Ocean Nova also has a spacious dining room, a bar, a well-stocked library, a small fitness gym, and an infirmary. The ship has a fleet of 7 Zodiac boats that are well suited for shore excursions and for wildlife watching and getting up close to towering icebergs and glaciers.
Pictures and Deck Plans of the Ocean Nova
All expedition cruises on board the Ocean Nova
Amenities on board the Ocean Nova
More info about the Ocean Nova
Ice Class 1B
Cabin Categories on board the Ocean Nova
Single Cabin, featuring bathroom, window, desk and chair, single lower bed.
Triple Cabin, featuring bathroom, window, desk and chair, 2 lower twin beds, and 1 upper bed.
Twin Cabin featuring bathroom, window, desk and chair, and 2 lower twin beds.