- Recently renovated in 2009 with $13million refurbishment
- Among the most comfortable and spacious expedition ships in its class
- Large common areas and observation decks provide superior views
- Crew among the most experienced and skilled in the industry
- Safe, stable and fast
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Newly Renovated & Spacious
Following a $13 million refit in 2009 the MS Expedition boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-view windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Its top-of-the-line cabins provide a variety of affordable twins, triples and quads, higher end twin cabins and luxurious suites.
Large common areas and observation decks provide superior views. 360 sightlines from the ship's upper decks offer sweeping panoramas, whilst the raised Canada Goose Observation deck provides a great vantage point from which to spot the unique wildlife. And, unlike many other ships, the MS Expedition also offers breathtaking views from its interior-its passengers can relax in the warmth and comfort of the dining room or lounge without being cut off from the remarkable environment.
The ship's crew is dedicated to ensuring every journey exceeds your expectations. From our captain who has successfully navigated over 100 ice cruises, to our expedition leader with over 30 years experience in polar expeditions, they are amongst the most experienced and skilled in their field.
Safety & Stability
Designed with your safety in mind the MS Expedition is fully equipped to meet the demands of cruising in polar regions. Its forward-looking sonar reduces the risk of grounding on uncharted reefs and its design and construction complies with Finnish-Swedish ICE Class 1 standards. The ship is equipped with new and regularly serviced lifeboats and life-rafts. Its four partially enclosed lifeboats provide capacity for all passengers and crew while six life rafts boast a capacity of 150 persons. In addition the MS Expedition has full cold weather immersion suits for all-designed to significantly increase the odds of survival in the event of immersion in freezing waters.