Polar Pioneer

Polar Pioneer
Expedition Ships
Capacity: 54

The Polar Pioneer’s size and maneuverability are perfectly suited for small group polar expedition travel. This ice-strengthened research ship plied the waters of the USSR’s northern coast for many years and was refurbished in 2000 to provide comfortable, safe accommodations for 54 passengers.

The captain and crew are among the most experienced ice navigators in the world. The ship’s bridge and viewing decks offer excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, while a fleet of inflatable Zodiacs transport passengers to shore for close-up wildlife viewing.

All cabins have outside portholes and ample storage space. A common area with a bar/lounge/library complements the simple and spacious accommodations. Meals are prepared by European chefs and served by Russian wait staff.

Deckplan

 

Cabins

 TRIPLE SHARED

Triple cabinTwo lower bunks and one upper bunk, a desk, a small washbasin, ample storage and hanging space and portholes. Showers and toilets are very close by and are shared with other Main Deck cabins.

 

 TWIN SHARED

Twin shared cabinTwo lower bunks, a desk, small washbasin, ample storage and hanging space, a couch and a porthole. Showers and toilets are very close by and are shared with other Main Deck Cabins.

 

 TWIN PRIVATE

Twin private cabinTwo lower bunks, a desk, window and private bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin. #402 and #403 have upper and lower bunks and a couch.

 

 MINI SUITE

Mini suiteDouble bed in a separate room, foldout couch that can be used as a single bed, TV, video player, windows, desk, table area, fridge, and private bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin.

 

 SUITE

SuiteDouble bed in separate room, plus foldout couch that can be used as a single bed, forward and port windows, lounge and table area, fridge, TV, video player, and private bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin.

 
 
 
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