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M/S Hebridean Sky

About the M/S Hebridean Sky

All cabins aboard the M/S Hebridean Sky (formerly the M/V Sea Explorer) are suites, each featuring a marble-appointed bathroom, sitting area and sea views. There are also two larger suites with balconies accessed via glass sliding doors.

You will spend your time exploring the landscapes of the Antarctic Peninsula, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia, returning to your ship where your guides and expert team will provide you with in-depth information and answer any questions you may have regarding the expeditions.

Built in 1992 and recently refurbished, the ice-strengthened M/S Hebridean Sky is a luxurious yet intimate expedition ship with space for up to 110 guests.

M/S Hebridean Sky details

Style

A small expedition ship with an informal and comfortable atmosphere and the ideal blend of adventure and luxury.

Setting

The M/S Hebridean Sky ventures around the icy seas of the Arctic and Antarctica.

Accommodation & Facilities

There are six types of suites available on board the Hebridean Sky ranging from triple, twin, double and single cabins. Each of the rooms is very spacious with a sitting area and a sea view; the Penthouse and Veranda suites have their own private balcony as well as a private butler service.

There are a number of communal areas upon the ship including a library with internet access, lounge area and a wraparound sundeck boasting a Jacuzzi - perfect for relaxing in between your onshore expeditions. There is also an on board doctor available at all times.

Dining

All meals are included with your stay on the Hebridean Sky and are served in the restaurant which is situated on Deck Two of the ship. The delicious dishes available change each day and are a mixture of international recipes. 

Activities

The primary focus for your trip on board the Hebridean Sky is to embark upon incredible expeditions exploring the breath taking surroundings as well as the flora and fauna which call it home. There are daily excursions led by experienced and knowledgeable guides. There are also ten Zodiacs on board the ship which are used often throughout your trip so you can access and navigate difficult regions, and explore the land.

Child Policy

Children are welcome on board the M/S Hebridean Sky although it should be noted that there are no specific activities or services that cater for children.

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