Ultramarine Arctic and Antarctic Cruises
Designed to immerse you in the best the region has to offer
A polar cruise on board the Ultramarine
Ultramarine is one of the newest cruise ships operating in the Arctic and Antarctic, and she’s a game-changer for those who are looking to explore deeper into the polar regions than has been possible before.
Equipped with two twin-engine helicopters, Ultramarine can offer the most robust portfolio of adventure activities in the entire industry. Everything about her shouts “best in class” - the most spacious suites in her category, the most breathtaking public spaces, and more outdoor wildlife viewing space than other similarly sized polar expedition ships.
Ultramarine also has more operational range than others in the polar fleet, allowing deep Arctic and Antarctic cruises. She also boasts an innovative mix of sustainability features that exceed all industry standards. With all this and more, Ultramarine is perfectly poised to deliver the ultimate Antarctic or Arctic expedition experience.
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Ultramarine's take on sustainable traveling
Ultramarine is a proud member of key industry organizations, such as the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) and the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators (IAATO). It adheres to these organizations’ stringent guidelines, which are designed to ensure the Polar Regions are protected for future generations.
Ultramarine aims to reduce its carbon emissions per passenger by 10% through constant upgrades and improvements as well as operational changes to reduce its impact. In terms of waste, this Arctic and Antarctic cruise ship has taken steps to reduce the amount sent to landfills, including avoiding single-use plastics and partnering in the SeaGreen recycling initiative in Ushuaia, constantly working towards a zero-waste plan aboard.
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4 Lifeboats fully enclosed
4 x diesel-electric, 12,000 horsepower
Food & Drinks on board the Ultramarine
*Ultramarine” two dining options. “Balena” is the main restaurant located on Deck 5. “Bistro 487” gives guests an alternative dining option on Deck 7. Both offer a great choice of high-quality international dishes and healthy options. While mealtimes may change due to landings and wildlife encounters, you’ll always be served three meals a day.
In addition, an “early riser’s” breakfast will be offered in Bistro 487, as well as afternoon tea and late-night snacks. There’s also a permanent selection of light snacks available here at all times.
The dress code on the ship is casual, as befits a polar exploration vessel, though some may choose to dress up a little for the Captain’s Welcome Reception.
The well-stocked bar on the ship is open to enjoy with your fellow shipmates in the late morning, afternoon, and evening. Soft drinks, juices, and water are available at no cost, and beer and wine are offered with dinner. A selection of liquors, spirits, and premium beer, wine, and champagne is available and can be charged to your shipboard account.