Sea Adventurer

Sea Adventurer
Expedition Ships
Capacity: 122

The Sea Adventurer (formerly known as the Clipper Adventurer) was built in 1975 in the former Yugoslavia and underwent a $13 million conversion in 1998 in Scandinavia. She is a superb expedition vessel for Antarctica cruises, reminiscent of the days of the great ocean liners, with lots of varnished wood and brass. 
 
All cabins have an outside view, lower beds, private bathrooms, in-room music, individual temperature controls and a 220-volt hairdryer. There is a laundry and pressing service onboard and a small gym on the main deck with weights and stationary bicycles for individual use. There is also a gift shop and library with a selection of books and games. 
 
Equipped with state-of-the-art sonar, stabilizers and classified A-1 ice-class, she navigates the Arctic and Antarctic waters with ease, as well as sailing in Europe, South America and North Africa on an exciting range of itineraries. The Sea Adventurer carries a fleet of inflatable Zodiacs which can be launched at a moment's notice. 
 
The window-lined dining room serves delicious international cuisine, with meals individually prepared to order using the finest and freshest ingredients possible. The galleys are run by fine executive chefs trained at the most prestigious culinary academies. Whenever possible local specialities will also appear on the menu. Presentations are held in the lounge which can seat all 122 passengers in one sitting, and has a large screen and projector for slide shows. As well as a bar in the main lounge, there is also a bar in the more intimate club room, which seats up to 45.

Deckplan

 

Cabins

 TRIPLE

Triple cabinTwo lower and one upper berth, private facilities and porthole.

 

 LOWER DECK TWIN

Twin cabin, lower deckTwo lower berths, private facilities and porthole.

 

 MAIN DECK TWIN PORTHOLE

Twin with porthold, Main DeckTwo lower berths, private facilities and porthole.

 

 MAIN DECK TWIN WINDOW

Twin with window, Main DeckTwo lower berths, private facilities and two windows.

 

 SUPERIOR

Superior cabinTwo lower berths, private facilities and windows.

 

 DELUXE

Deluxe cabinTwo lower berths, private facilities and windows.

 

 SUITE

Suite living areaTwo lower berths, private facilities and windows. Suite 403 has a bathtub and Suites 400 and 402 have showers.

Suite bedroom
 
 
 
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