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Hotels by region: Antarctic cruises, Antarctica

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    Hebridean Sky

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    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia (ex Punta Arenas for air cruises)
    Quick facts - Level: First class | Passengers: 114 (71 on air cruise) | Duration: 5-21 nights | Length: 296 feet | Cruising speed: 14.5 knots | Operator: Polar Latitudes and Antarctica 21

    A very comfortable expedition ship with spacious cabins, a library (with internet access), exercise room, bar, lounge, dining room and observation deck. An elevator serves all passenger decks. She operates Classic Antarctica itineraries to/from Ushuaia, and a longer one to include the Falkland Islands and South Georgia, plus shorter air cruises which include a flight from the South America mainland (Punta Arenas). Read more»
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    Island Sky

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    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia
    Quick facts - Level: First class | Passengers: 112 | Duration: 10-20 nights | Length: 296 feet | Cruising speed: 14.5 knots | Operator: Polar Latitudes

    A very comfortable expedition ship (sister to Hebridean Sky) with a couple of lounges, a library (with internet access), a bar, indoor dining room, Al fresco dining area (used when the weather allows) an observation deck, sun deck and infirmary. A lift serves all passenger decks and there is a zodiac boarding platform at the rear of the ship for easy access. The Promenade deck has a complete wrap around outer deck. Read more»
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    M/V Hondius

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    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia
    Quick facts - Level: First Class | Passengers: 170 | Duration: 9-20 nights | Length: 353 feet | Cruising speed: 15 knots | Operator: Oceanwide Expeditions

    Built in 2019, Hondius is the world's first-registered Polar Class 6 cruise ship, and is also one of the most environmentally friendly vessels in Antarctica. She has an ice-strengthened hull, and was designed specifically for polar exploration. Hondius has a large observation lounge, a presentation room, library, dining room, bar and infirmary. Read more»
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    M/V Ortelius

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    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia
    Quick facts - Level: Standard | Passengers: 116 | Duration: 10-18 nights | Length: 302 feet | Cruising speed: 14.5 knots | Operator: Oceanwide Expeditions

    Built in Poland in 1989, Ortelius is a comfortable, stable ship with an ice-strengthened hull and is designed specifically for polar exploration. She is manoeuvrable, quiet and fast, with good outside deck space and a large accessible bridge. She also has two dining rooms, a bar/presentation room, sauna, library and infirmary. Read more»
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    M/V Plancius

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    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia
    Quick facts - Level: First class | Passengers: 114 | Duration: 9-20 nights | Length: 293 feet | Cruising speed: 10.5 knots | Operator: Oceanwide Expeditions

    Plancius was built in 1976 as an oceanographic research vessel for the Royal Dutch Navy. She was bought by Oceanwide Expeditions in 2006 and has been re-built as a comfortable ice-strengthened passenger ship with a restaurant/lecture room, a spacious observation lounge with panoramic views, large open deck spaces, a library, small gym, sauna and an infirmary. Read more»
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    Magellan Explorer

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    Cruise ship - ex Punta Arenas or Ushuaia
    Quick facts - Level: | Passengers: 100 (73 on air cruise) | Duration: 5-14 nights | Length: 298 feet | Cruising speed: 14 knots | Operator: Antarctica 21

    A first class expedition ship custom-designed for Antarctic operations with a forward facing observation deck allowing the best wildlife viewing opportunities. She has stabilizers, bow and stern thrusters and an ice-detecting radar. She is also equipped with an energy-recovery system that recycles the heat produced by the engines to warm up the ship and its water supply. There is a library, gym, sauna, bar, lounge, dining room, presentation room and glass-enclosed observation lounge. 10 Zodiac boats are available for the use on daily excursions. The ship operates a selection of fly/cruise itineraries, most of which start and finish in Punta Arenas. The most popular is the Classic Antarctica Air Cruise which is 7 nights. There are also longer cruise options taking in South Georgia and the Falkland Islands. Read more»
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    Ocean Nova

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    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia (ex Punta Arenas for air cruises)
    Quick facts - Level: Standard | Passengers: 72 | Duration: 5-7 nights | Length: 240 feet | Cruising speed: 12 knots | Operator: Antarctica 21

    Ocean Nova is a comfortable small ship built in 1992 in Denmark, and was later refurbished to include a glass-enclosed observation lounge and presentation room on the top deck. There is a window-lined dining room, library, exercise room, lounge, bar and clinic, and a limited amount of outdoor deck space. The ship is generally based in the Antarctic Peninsula and passengers fly there from Punta Arenas in Chile - a so-called 'air cruise'. Read more»
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    Ushuaia

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    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia
    Quick facts - Level: Standard | Passengers: 90 | Duration: 9-19 nights | Length: 278 feet | Cruising speed: 12 knots | Operator: Antarpply Expeditions

    A comfortable ice-strengthened polar vessel, originally built for the United States agency NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration). She had an observation lounge, lecture theatre, dining room, bar and library and an outside viewing deck. Read more»
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    Silver Cloud

    Cruise ship - ex Ushuaia
    Quick facts - Level: Luxury | Passengers: 200 | Duration: 9 nights | Length: 514 feet | Cruising speed: 18 knots | Operator: Silversea

    Refurbished in 2017 Silver Cloud is a very spacious and comfortable ice strengthened ship. She has a total of seven decks with cabins on four of them, plenty of open deck space, five restaurants, a champagne bar, two observation lounges, a lecture theatre, a library, hot tub and heated swimming pool, a fitness centre, spa and beauty salon. Read more»

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