M/S Greg Mortimer

Smaller than other expedition ships, the Greg Mortimer is able to access and explore places that larger ships can't reach. This ship is modern, innovative and luxurious, ideal for a thrilling yet comfortable Antarctica journey.

About the MS Greg Mortimer

The MS Greg Mortimer has been meticulously designed for luxury expedition cruising. Its size enables access to hard to reach areas and its modern, sleek design complete with several open-air observation areas and 270-degree views ensures the best in both comfort and wildlife sightings. This ship is also designed to consider our presence in nature, with reduced emissions and reduced light pollution alongside virtual anchoring to ensure non-intrusive voyages.

The sister ship for the Greg Mortimer, Sylvia Earle is due to sail in 2021- watch this space.

MS Greg Mortimer Details

Style

This ship has a sleek and modern style, with cool natural tones to reflect the dramatic frozen landscapes which the ice-strengthened hull glides through with ease. Observation lounges with floor to ceiling windows alongside comfortably furnished bar areas ensure you can fully relax without ever missing out on top wildlife and wilderness viewing.

Accommodation & Facilities

There are eighty staterooms on board the MS Greg Mortimer which range from porthole to balcony standard. All rooms have either twin beds or a king bed, en suite bathrooms and plenty of storage space available.

Dining

Dining on board the MS Greg Mortimer provides a great opportunity to mingle with other adventurers, as guests are served in an open seating layout. A wide range of tasty courses are on offer at each meal, alongside afternoon tea, pre-dinner canapes and a wine list. There is also 24-hour complimentary coffee, tea and snacks available.

Activities

This ship features a state-of-the-art lecture theatre, a dining room and several observation areas as well as a gym, massage room, sauna, spa and even jacuzzis and plunge pools to ensure every traveller is both relaxed and entertained.

Child Policy

Families welcome.

Talk to one of our specialists for further details on travelling to Antarctica.