Why we like Seaventure

  • With the highest ice-class rating available (1A Super) she’s perfectly suited to safely exploring the challenging polar waters 
  • Her speedy average cruising speed of 13.5 knots means less time at sea and more time exploring
  • Capped at only 149 guests, even though she was originally built for 180; there's plenty of space and you can always find a quiet spot 
  • Large picture windows in the dining room mean you can enjoy spectacular Antarctic views as you sip a glass of the included wines and beers
  • A variety of deck spaces to soak up the glorious landscape from every angle and take uninterrupted photos  
  • A state-of-the-art stabilising system ensures comfort in open water
  • A dedicated laboratory for Citizen Science, for those keen to dig deeper 

Voyages aboard Seaventure

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Alex says

This ship has so many strong attributes, but for me it’s Seaventure's wide expanse of windows in every social area. The wrap-around windows in the Panorama Lounge make for a perfect spot to defrost after a busy day exploring, without missing any of the jaw-dropping landscapes!

Alex Mudd Polar Specialist

Cabin Categories

Cabin categories for Seaventure, Antarctic vessel

Cabin information:

The vessel has 84 outside cabins (no interior staterooms) including 18 with balconies. In many cases the rooms can be made up as either 2 x single twin beds, or they can be joined together to form a double bed.  

All beds are 90 x 200cm (35.4 x 78.7 inches) - exception: the 3rd bed in cabins 406, 407, 408 is a pullman bed measuring 80 x 190cm (31.5 x 74.8 inches).

Two of the staterooms on Deck 4 have a more accessible bathroom layout and equipment.

Owner's Suite

  • 25.4m² / 273ft² (with an additional 5.4m² / 58ft² of private balcony)
  • Spacious and comfortable sleeping and living areas
  • Ensuite bathroom with bathtub and integrated shower, bathrobe, hairdryer, spacious wardrobe, safe and alarm clock
  • Adjustable air conditioning, Wi-Fi, flat-screen television and telephone
  • All expert presentations, daily programmes and the bow-facing camera are  broadcast live in every cabin
  • Owner's Suite rooms with a dedicated queen bed: cabins 702 and 704

Veranda Balcony Stateroom

  • 15.5-17.5m² / 167-188ft² (with an additional 3.6-5.3m² / 39-57ft² of private balcony)
  • Large patio door to balcony 
  • Comfortable sleeping and living area with table and 2 chairs
  • Ensuite bathroom with a shower, bathrobe, hairdryer, spacious wardrobe, safe and alarm clock
  • Adjustable air conditioning, Wi-Fi, flat-screen television and telephone
  • Veranda Balcony rooms with two fixed, separated twin beds : cabins 615, 616, 617 and 618 (please note these cabins are slightly smaller but have the slightly longer balcony)

Window Stateroom

  • 17.5m² / 188 ft²
  • Large window
  • Comfortable sleeping and living area. Cabins on Deck 4 have a small sofa and 1 chair, those on Deck 5 have no sofa but 2 chairs
  • Cabins on Deck 5 are slightly inset, as a promenade outside deck passes outside their tinted windows
  • Ensuite bathroom with a shower, bathrobe, hairdryer, spacious wardrobe, safe and alarm clock
  • Adjustable air conditioning, Wi-Fi, flat-screen television and telephone

Porthole Stateroom

  • 17.5m² / 188 ft²
  • Well-sized elevated porthole window 
  • Comfortable sleeping and living area with small sofa
  • Ensuite bathroom with a shower, bathrobe, hairdryer, spacious wardrobe, safe and alarm clock
  • Adjustable air conditioning, Wi-Fi, flat-screen television and telephone

Triple Stateroom

  • 17.5m² / 188 ft²
  • Large window 
  • Queen/Twin bed + additional single bed
  • Ensuite bathroom with a shower, bathrobe, hairdryer, spacious wardrobe, safe and alarm clock
  • Adjustable air conditioning, Wi-Fi, flat-screen television and telephone
  • Triple cabins 409 and 411 are dedicated family cabins with one queen/twin bed and one single flip-down bunk-style bed. They measure 18.5m² / 200ft². These two cabins also have a larger, more access-friendly bathroom.

Deck Plan

Onboard Communication & Facilities

There are four public-use computers for you to surf the internet on Deck 4 (light usage only, not for streaming or uploading photos). There is also Wi-Fi access in all cabins and public areas, which you can use with your own mobile device. 200mb of Wi-Fi is included in your cabin cost. Beyond that, internet usage is subject to a fee and will be charged via your on-board account. 

Onboard communication services depends on satellites and cannot always be guaranteed due to the weather and the ship’s position, in particular in extremely southerly cruising areas. All services may be sporadically available on a daily basis due to satellite positioning. As with all polar ships, the internet available is not suited for heavy or reliable usage, but is useful for occasionally checking in with family and friends when there is signal. 

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