Ortelius

Ortelius
Expedition Ships
Capacity: 106

The ice-strengthened vessel Ortelius, built in Poland in 1989 and originally named Marina Svetaeva, served the Russian Academy of Sciences. Today, the ship serves as an expedition vessel for 100 passengers, primarily those seeking to explore polar wildlife with as much time ashore as possible. The ship features ample open-deck spaces and a very large bridge which is accessible to passengers. It offers rapid excursions ashore via Zodiac crafts. 

The vessel has the highest ice-class notation (UL1 equivalent to 1A), assuring a safe expedition.
 
The Ortelius has basic but comfortable cabins and this ship's public spaces offer a comfortable hotel standard, with two restaurants, a bar/lecture room, and sauna. All cabins face outside with at least two portholes or windows per cabin. The ship is staffed with a nautical crew of 34 highly experienced Russians, 15 catering staff and 6 expedition staff, as well as one doctor. 

Deckplan

 

Cabins

 QUADRUPLE

QuadTwo bunk beds and private facilities.

 

 TRIPLE

TRIPLEBunk bed and 1 lower berth, private facilities.

 

 TWIN PORTHOLE

Twin with PortholeTwo lower berths, private facilities and porthole.

 

 TWIN WINDOW

Twin with WindowTwo lower berths, private facilities and window.

 

 SUPERIOR

Superior cabin living areaDouble bed, private facilities and separate day room.

Superior cabin bedroom
 

 SUITE

Suite living areaDouble bed, private facilities and separate day room.

Suite bedroom
 
 
 
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