Sea Adventurer


The Sea Adventurer is a handsome polar old-timer, cruising Antarctica waters since 1976. Lovingly refurbished in 1999 with further upgrades in 2002, she is a classic choice for an Antarctica cruise.

The Sea Adventurer, formerly The Clipper, is an ice-strengthened expedition ship suited brilliantly to soft adventures in Antarctica. Following a $13 million conversion in 1998, she is a world-class option for reaching these remote corners of the world.

Accommodating just 117 passengers, an Antarctica cruise aboard the Sea Adventurer is an exclusive affair complete with a huge array of creature comforts. All of the cabins aboard this Antarctica cruise ship have stunning views and and en-suite bathrooms, providing total comfort throughout your journey.

Antarctica Cruise Ship Highlights

  • Optional all inclusive beverage packages
  • Hiking and snowhshoeing included
  • Chef-prepared meals (all meals and daily snack included)
  • Bar staffed by a professional bartender
  • Library with a large collection of polar books and DVDs
  • Games room
  • Lounge
  • Exercise room
  • One dining room with unreserved seating
  • Stabilisers for smooth sailing
  • Zodiac cruising
  • Optional kayaking
  • Hair salon
  • Multi purpose presentation room with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Onboard polar boutique
  • Camping using high-quality REI camping equipment (additional charge)
  • Shore to ship satellite communication with email and internet access

PLEASE NOTE: There is no passenger elevator between decks on this Antarctica cruise ship.

The Sea Adventurer Deck Plan

Please click here for a pdf deck plan of this Antarctica cruise ship.

With only 61 outside cabins accommodating a maximum of 117 passengers, the Sea Adventurer is ideal for an intimate Antarctica cruise with a friendly, yacht-like atmosphere. All 61 cabins feature lower beds for optimum comfort and sea-facing windows or portholes along with climate controls, TV and DVD players and en-suite bathrooms.

There are 7 cabin categories to choose from, all guaranteeing a comfortable Antarctica cruise to really remember:

antarctica-cruise-sea-adventurer-lower-deck-twin-ken-kamineskyLower Deck Twin

Each of these cabins on the Lower Deck features two  lower sleeping berths and one porthole. The size of these cabins measures between 120 and 160 square feet.


These cabins are located on the Main Deck and include two lower sleeping berths and one upper berth. Each Triple Cabin features a porthole and measures between 145 and 160 square feet.

sea-adventurer-twin-port-hole-ken-kamineskyMain Deck Twin Porthole

These cabins are approximately 110 to 120 square feet in size and feature two lower berths and a porthole.

Main Deck Twin Window

Those cabins on the Main Deck include 2 lower berths and two windows. They range from 145 to 160 square feet in size.


These cabins on the Upper Deck are a cut above. They feature two lower berths, large viewing windows and measure from 135 to 155 square metres.


These cabins are located on the elite Captain’s Deck and Upper Deck with large viewing windows and two lower berths. They stretch from 145 to 155 square metres in size.


The excellently appointed Suites are located on the Captain’s Deck and measure a generous 215 to 265 square feet in size. Each one has viewing windows and two lower berth. Suite 403 even has a luxurious bath tub, while the others feature state-of-the-art showers.

Antarctica-cruise-sea-adventurer-viewsThe Sea Adventurer sets sail on a handful of unforgettable cruises to Antarctica each and every year, so there’s plenty of itineraries to choose from. All of the itineraries cover some of the real Antarctic highlights and effortlessly mix adventure with a little helping of the high life. Here are the Antarctica cruises that the Sea Adventurer will undertake in the near future, and if you click on each title a PDF itinerary will appear. Please do get in touch if you need any further details at all.

Antarctic Express: Fly South, Cruise North – 9 days Punta Arenas, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina

Antarctic Express: Cruise South, Fly North – 9 or 10 days, Ushuaia, Argentina to Punta Arenas, Chile

Antarctic Express: Fly the Drake – 8 days – Punta Arenas to Punta Arenas

Antarctic Express: Crossing the Circle – 11 days –  Punta Arenas to Punta Arenas

Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent – 10, 11, or 12 days – Ushuaia to Ushuaia

Crossing the Circle: 13, 14, or 15 days – Ushuaia to Ushuaia


Crossing the Circle via the Falklands and South Georgia – 23 days – Ushuaia to Ushuaia

Pricing guide: Maindeck Twin with porthole (mid range cabin with en suite) starts from US$9,995pp for 12 days (Antarctic Peninsula) US$12,295pp for 13 days (Peninsula + Antarctic Circle) US$21,995pp for 23 days (Peninsula + Circle+ Falklands/South Georgia). Lower and higher category cabins available and various early bird or last minute specials may apply. Please get in touch with our team at Cruise Antarctica on 1300 654 861 for details.