m/v sea spirit details
A luxurious ship with space for just 114 passengers. All of the accommodation is suites and has a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
In the summer months in the northern hemisphere (June - September), the M/V Sea Spirit explores Svalbard and Greenland in search of polar bears and other wildlife. From October to March, it heads to Antarctica.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES
All of the cabins are suites; there are seven different types available ranging from a triple classic to the owners suite. They are all situated on different decks within the ship and all have either a picture window, porthole or private balcony to ensure that you don't miss any of the breathtaking scenes which surround you.
There are a whole range of on-board facilities in order to satisfy everyone's needs. There is a well-equipped gym which is open every day as well as a hot tub on the top deck for you to relax in afterwards. There is an indoor restaurant and an outdoor bistro where you will be able to fully appreciate the stunning panoramas whilst enjoying incredible fresh food, sometimes bbq'd on deck. There is also a bar and club lounge which is perfect for you to get to know your fellow travellers as well as a presentation lounge and library where the knowledgeable staff will offer a number of lectures and presentations about the area.
All meals are included during your stay on the M/V Sea Spirit and will be prepared between your onshore excursions. The indoor restaurant has no seating plan encouraging passengers to meet as many people as possible. The outdoor bistro is available during lunchtimes (weather permitting) offering a number of light meals including soups, hamburgers, salads and desserts.
Your exact itinerary will depend on which departure you choose to embark upon. This will depend upon the weather, the wildlife and what is the focus on your expedition.
Children over the age of ten are permitted onboard the M/V Sea Spirit. It should be noted that there are no specific activities for children and it is up to you to decide whether your child would enjoy the trip and not the hinder the experience for any of the other passengers.