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Seaventure

Seaventure Antarctica & Arctic Cruises

World-class expedition cruises on board this 1-A super ice class rated vessel

A polar cruise on board the Seaventure

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Welcome aboard the Seaventure! Seaventure features a 1-A Super ice class rating, the highest ice class awarded to passenger vessels. This means that we will be able to explore coves, bays, and channels that would previously have been forbidden to us.

The ship also offers a host of new activities. There’s a sauna, a fitness center, a custom-built citizen science lab, and a heated saltwater pool. There is extra storage space so we can carry more equipment. This allows more of our guests to participate in activities like kayaking, snowshoeing, and camping.

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Amenities on board the Seaventure

gym

Fitness Center

swimming pool

Pool

zodiac fleet

Zodiac Fleet

sauna

Sauna

elevator

Elevator

laboratory

Citizen Science Laboratory

library

Library

drinks

Alcoholic Beverages

doctor's suitcase

Medical Services

Food & Drinks on board the Seaventure

The common areas are larger and beautifully appointed. The ship has two kitchens, one on the Lido deck for al fresco dining when weather permits.

Seaventure's take on sustainable traveling

Foremost among our sustainability goals are actively reducing the impact and emission of our vessels, investing in new technology, and continuously improving our existing resources. We have also installed a new low-emission engine in our veteran vessel, Ortelius. This engine complies with all the latest environmental legislation. Another of our important commitments to sustainability is our use of low-sulfur marine gas oil (LSMGO), which has a sulfur content of less than 0.1 percent.\n\nWe limit onboard waste production by recycling as often as we can as well as banning single-use plastics. This ship does not use straws, plastic cups, or any individually wrapped butter, yogurt, and jam. This vessel has a water treatment system and desalination system that uses reverse osmosis, allowing us to eliminate the use of plastic water bottles on board. Rather, guests receive a reusable water bottle they can refill on the vessel. Bathrooms are equipped with biodegradable shampoo and soap in recycled packing, further limiting our use of plastics.

Cabin Categories on board the Seaventure

Seaventure twin veranda
Twin Veranda Stateroom

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Double/Matrimionial (convertible)

Max. occupancy:

2

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Seaventure window
Window Stateroom

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Double/Matrimionial (convertible)

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2

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Seaventure owner
Owner's Suite

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Double/Matrimionial (convertible)

Max. occupancy:

2

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Seaventure Veranda
Veranda Stateroom

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Matrimonial

Max. occupancy:

2

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Seaventure porthole
Porthole Stateroom

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Double/Matrimionial (convertible)

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2

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More info about the Seaventure

Category
Premium
Type
Mid-Sized Ship
Gross tonnage
6752 tons
Capacity
139
Year built
1990
Class
B.V. Ice Class 1A Super
Length
111.5 meters
Crew members
90

Reviews of Seaventure

Tim

Seaventure Antarctica Cruises

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Exceeded my expectations. Would have loved to see a Blue Whale and an Emperor Penguin, but I understand the season wasn't right. (Copied from Swoop Antarctica)

Adventures in AA Seaventure

Karen

Seaventure Antarctica Cruises

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The MS Seaventure was immaculate in cleanliness, inside and out. Behind the scenes staff took care of every detail. The cabin was comfortable in all aspects and had a windows with welcoming views. The food was always outstanding and pleasantly presented. The dining room and staff were a welcoming site [and chairs were chained to the floor for the Drake]. With an experienced Captain and crew, A-1 service top to bottom, I definitely would choose this ship again. (Copied from Swoop Antarctica)

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