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Ocean Adventurer

Ship Summary

Staff and Crew
87
Ice Class
1A
Cruising Speed
12 knots, in open water

As of June 2017, Quark Expeditions’ much beloved polar expedition ship the “Sea Adventurer” has undergone a multi-million-dollar renovation, and been officially renamed the “Ocean Adventurer”.

The new and improved Ocean Adventurer is designed to carry 128 travelers in comfort to the most remote corners of the world. Originally built in Yugoslavia in 1976, this nimble, ice-strengthened ship has become a passenger favorite over the years and underwent refurbishments in 1999 and 2002, with the most significant being in 2017. It is a recipient of the 2017 Travel Weekly Magellan Award for Overall Small Cruise Ship (500 passengers or under).

With the latest rounds of refurbishments guests will enjoy:

  • A refreshed, contemporary new look and feel throughout the ship.
  • The addition of six new twin cabins and three new suites.
  • All existing cabins will be furnished with all new soft furnishings and brand new bathrooms.
  • Main common areas such as the Lounge and Dining Room will be remodeled as well as the Bar.
  • Major technical enhancements, including two new Rolls Royce engines, which will significantly increase fuel efficiency and minimized carbon footprint.

Ship Specifications

Staff and Crew

87

Draft

4.5 meters

Registration

Bahamas

Guests

128

Stabilizers

2 x Sperry Gyrofin (1998)

Propulsion

Diesel Twin Engines - 5,400 horsepower

Lifeboats

4 partially-enclosed

Zodiacs

14 (Mark V type)

Voltage

220V, European plugs

Length

101.1 meters

Ice Class

1A

Breadth

16.2 meters

Gross Tonnage

4614 tons

Cruising Speed

12 knots, in open water