Sea Adventurer

Sea Adventurer sails to both the Antarctic and the Arctic, taking in a wide range of destinations and landscapes along the way. It was built in 1976 in Yugoslavia, but has been upgraded since, in both 1999 and 2002. Just like Ocean Nova, the ship was made with comfort at the heart of its design, and so you’ll feel right at home in its pleasant lounge area and stylish cabins.

Whether you are hoping to spot polar bears in the Arctic or explore the Antarctic Peninsula, Sea Adventurer is the ship to get you there in style.


Excellent exterior views from all 61 cabins.
En-suite facilities.
Television and DVD player in every berth.

On Board Facilities

All meals and a daily snack prepared by the chef and included in price.
Dining area with unreserved seating.
Fully-stocked bar and professional bartenders.
24 hour drinks available.
Various books and DVDs available from the polar library.
Lounge and presentation area.
On-board shop stocked with clothing essentials and gifts.
Exercise room.
Wireless internet access.



Cruising in a Zodiac
Hiking and snowshoeing

Additionally Charged



Staff and Crew: 72
Guests: 117
Lifeboats: 4 partially enclosed
Length: 101.1 meters
Breadth: 16.2 meters
Draft: 4.5 meters
Propulsion: Diesel Twin Engines - 5,200 horsepower.
Ice Class: 1A
Cruising Speed: 12 knots in open water
Registration: Bahamas

Sea Adventurer Expeditions