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Clipper Adventurer, Antarctic Peninsula

Location

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ex Ushuaia (Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica)

Description

An elegant 328 foot expedition ship built in 1975 as the Alla Tarasova in the former Yugoslavia and sister ship to M/V Orlova. In 1998 she underwent a US$13 million conversion in Scandinavia. She has an ice-strengthened hull and stabilizers, a window-lined dining room, two lounges, a bar, library, small gym and gift shop. This comfortable ship carries 122 passengers in 61 outside cabins with either a window or porthole. There is plenty of open deck space on the Boat Deck and Sun Deck and an observation platform below the bridge which is ideal for wildlife viewing. Operated by Quark Expeditions.

Capacity

122

Activities

International expedition staff lead shore excursions and give daily lectures on board.

Accommodation

Cabins are on 4 decks with the better cabins being on the higher decks with windows rather than a portholte. All cabins have lower berths (no bunks), private bathroom facilities and individual temperature controls. The suites are very spacious with a separate sitting room.

When to go

Mid November to mid March

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Client comments and reviews

“Our Antarctic cruise on Clipper Adventurer was superb, with outstanding sunny weather when on land, but also a few gales to contend with when at sea. The other passengers were tremendous fun, the hotel staff provided real 5 star service, and we saw an abundance of wild life. The Expedition Director was outstanding, and this was his first trip back to Antarctica after being in the same position on board the ship that sank in November 2007.” - IW, Dec 2008

The individual prices are detailed under departures. There is also a fuel surcharge as below.

Classic Antarctica £140 per person

Deluxe

Spacious cabins on the upper deck with 2 lower berths, windows, writing desk and private bathroom facilities.

Lower Deck Double

Cabins on the lower deck with 2 lower berths, private facilities and a porthole.

Main Deck Standard

Cabins on the Main deck with 2 lower berths, a window and private bathroom facilities.

Main Forward

Cabins on the Main deck with a port hole in the bow of the ship. All with 2 lower berths and private bathroom facilities.

Suite

2 spacious Suites on the Captain's deck with windows, 2 lower berths, a writing desk, private bathroom facilities and a separate sitting room.

Superior

Spacious cabins on the upper deck with 2 lower berths, private facilities and 2 windows.

Triple cabin

With 2 lower berths and 1 upper berth, private facilities and a port hole.

 

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