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M/S Expedition

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M/S Expedition gets the best of both worlds: large enough to offer stability, spacious cabins and generous public areas, but small enough to manoeuvre easily and get you close to the action.  With a maximum of only 132 guests and a high ratio of expedition staff to passengers. there's a relaxed, informal atmosphere on-board. The ship was fully refurbished in 2009 so you can expect modern features, fixtures and fittings throughout. 

Photographer in Residence – New for the 2013/14 Season
Each of our polar vessels comes complete with a crew whose knowledge and experience make them top experts in their fields. For the 2013/14 season the M/S Expedition has added a 'Photographer in Residence' to their staff - a professional photographer who will help you make the most of the unique photography opportunities you'll have. There are workshops and one-to-one tuition available on all Arctic and Antarctica voyages, meaning you'll capture images that will truly make you the envy of all your friends!

Ship Details 

  • Passengers: 132
  • Staff and Crew: 53
  • Dimensions: Length 105m; breadth 18.6m; draught 4.7m
  • Cruising speed: 14.5 knots
  • Ice class: 1B

 

Polar Voyages on M/S Expedition

Spacious cabins all en-suite and ocean facing

Stabilisers and bow thrusters for manoeuvrability and comfort

High ratio of expedition staff to passengers

Experienced and approachable expedition crew

Open bridge policy so you can see how an expedition voyage is run

360 degree views from the observation deck

14 Zodiacs - plenty of individual space for photography

Purpose built mud room (for wet gear)

On board gym, sauna, library, gift shop, lounge and bar

Cabin Categories (View Deckplan)

Quadruple Cabin (Category one A)
Two upper and two lower berths; porthole; en-suite facilities

Triple Cabin (Category one)
One upper berth and two lower berths; porthole; en-suite facilities

Twin Cabin (Category two)
Two lower berths; porthole; en-suite facilities

Twin Cabin (Category three)
Two lower berths; window; en-suite facilities

Twin Cabin (Category four)
Two lower berths; large window; en-suite facilities

Suite (Category five) 
Queen-sized bed approx 30m² including separate lounge area; large windows; en-suite

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