One of the true pioneers of small-ship expeditions, the Sea Explorer is ice-strengthened and designed to handle even the most ice-heavy corridors of Antarctica. Carrying only 111 passengers, an Antarctica cruise aboard the Sea Explorer guarantees to be exclusive, intimate and impossible to forget.
Sister ship to the sensational Sea Spirit, the Sea Explorer can glide swiftly and comfortably through the icy straits of Antarctica. With only 53 cabins, she brings meaning to the idea of small-ship expeditions and offers a personal, in-depth voyage to Antarctica like no other. Active Antarctica travellers can get up to all kinds of polar activities included snow-shoeing and kayaking, while more relaxed guests can sift through the stock of the Polar Library and enjoy scenic sips up on deck. With a unique wraparound sun deck, the Sea Explorer is superb for stretching out in the bright sunshine as the ship weaves amongst surreal and spectacular scenery. The Sea Explorer is a surefire way to see Antarctica with in a personal, individual style and we can’t recommend her highly enough.
Antarctica Cruise Ship Highlights
- 57 suites accommodating 114 passengers
- All suites with outside views
- Spacious restaurant with unassigned seating
- Exercise area
- Library with internet access
- Beauty salon
- 70 seasoned officers and crew
- Ice-strengthened hull
- Fleet of zodiac landing craft
- Two lounges
- Sun deck with jacuzzi
- Outdoor cafe
- Elevator that serves all decks
- Resident doctor and well-equipped infirmary
The Sea Explorer Deck Plan
Please click here for a detailed PDF deck plan of this Antarctica cruise ship.
The Sea Explorer feels more like a yacht than a cruise ship, with a very limited capacity and top notch cabins all complete with outside views. Several of the suites feature private balconies for personal, secluded polar viewing during your Antarctica cruise. All of the cabins include flatscreen TVs and DVD players, as well as individual temperature controls, showers, toilets and ample space to relax.
These suites feature 3 berths, a window and a peaceful sitting. They are located on Deck 3.
The Porthole Suites are situated on Deck 2, with porthole windows for passing polar seas and an ample sitting area to relax and watch icebergs drift past.
These twin or double suites are located on Deck 3 and feature both a window and a living area.
The Superior can be found up on Deck 4, with astounding Antarctic views from their large window. Made for double occupancy, they are perfect for travelling friends or couples setting off on an Antarctica cruise together.
These corner suites on Deck 4 include 2 viewing windows, giving them an airy feeling of space and a breathtaking backdrop during any Antarctica cruise.
The superb suites are ideal for anyone looking for a really special Antarctica cruise, with a private veranda overlooking the pristine polar scenery. Situated up on the Veranda Deck, they offer spectacular vistas in total seclusion.
These suites really do have it all – comprehensive creature comforts, a private balcony and a separate sitting area for relaxing in peace or entertaining friends. If you can stretch to a Penthouse Suite for your Antarctica cruise, you’ll get an experience like no other.
Please get in touch with our team at Cruise Antarctica on 1300 654 861 for details of dates and prices for travelling to Antarctica on this cruise ship.