Why we like Ocean Tramp

  • Can comfortably carry eight guests, three crew members and one scientist
  • Ideal for photographers, hikers, divers, scientists - plenty of storage plus the necessary comfort living onboard a sailboat for longer periods of time
  •  A sturdy & comfortable boat - huge forward and aft decks
  • Cozy double cabins with a choice of double and single bunks
  • Carries comprehensive safety equipment, including beacons, liferafts, flares and a variety of lifejackets

Cabin Categories

Shackleton Suite

The most spacious cabin onboard, with a private bathroom with hot shower. This cabin has a double bottom bed and a single upper bed, giving the flexibility to be used by a couple or two friends.

Mermaid Cabin

This cabin has two bunks, an upper and a lower bunk. There is access to two shared bathrooms, just a few feet away from the cabins. One has a shower and the other is a toilet. All cabins have lockers.

Forward Cabin

This cabin has a lower double bed and an upper bunk, so it can be used by a couple or two friends. There is access to two shared bathrooms, just a few feet away from the cabins. One has a shower and the other is a toilet. All cabins have lockers.

Deck Plan

Onboard Communications & Facilities

  • Onboard Media drive: connects to phones, tablets and PCs to watch movies
  • Wifi printer and wifi internal net for sharing files
  • LED TV and LED Projector with 54″ screen in main saloon for presentations and movies
  • All cabins equipped with 12 volts plug
  • Charging station for electronics, with 12v, 110v and 220 volts
  • Ample library including Glaciology, Geology, Birds, Mammals, Plants, Fuegian history and local related books
  • Ample back and forward deck for scientific activities and diving support
  • Diving compressor

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