An intimate expedition vessel in which to explore Antarctica with incredible views from both your cabin and up on deck.
The M/S Expedition can be found travelling the southern Antarctic region in search of cheeky penguin and stunning glacial backdrops. She can also be found sailing round Svalbard during the Arctic summer.
Accommodation & Facilities
The M/S Expedition comprises a range of cabin options including twins, triples, quads and doubles. Despite the range in size, every cabin features a window or porthole to ensure each guest has constant outside views as well as private en-suite facilities and plenty of space for you to sit back and relax.
As well as comfortable cabins, there are a number of communal areas perfect for relaxing or socialising, with windows throughout to ensure you never miss a sight. From the 360 degree deck and well-stocked library to the cosy pub and interesting gift shop there is plenty to keep you entertained. There is also an on-board gym, medical clinic, large dining area (seating all guests at once) and computer room with access to the internet (location permitting).
There is a large mud room on board to store any wet gear, helping to ensure the ship is kept clean, and wellington boots are available for those not wishing to bring their own. Safety is paramount to each of our safaris and the ship is equipped with forward-looking sonar in order to reduce the risk of becoming grounded. There are also ample lifeboats aboard.
14 Zodiacs are available on the M/S Expedition for excursions around Antarctica and you will receive a destination guide upon arrival to help you learn even more about this fascinating region.
Dining aboard the M/S Expedition is a delectable affair with buffet-style breakfasts and lunches during the day, then a sumptuous four course meal for dinner. Prepared by professional chefs, food is of the highest standard and dietary requirements can be catered for on board, please make us aware of any intolerances before travel.
As with all Antarctic expeditions, excursions are weather and wildlife dependent. The team will aim is to get out exploring the region on the Zodiacs at least twice per day, depending on your itinerary. Antarctica is not only home to stunning scenery and unique wildlife but the islands and landing sites also play host to plenty of cultural and historical sites. As you travel to Antarctica during their summer, the skies are filled with midnight sun allowing you to make the most out of your days here and your breath-taking surroundings.
The M/S Expedition does not usually accept travellers under the age of 18, although exceptions can sometimes be made if under-18s are accompanied by a legal guardian. Please contact us for further information.