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This 234’ Polar Expedition Cruise Ship is one of the most popular style of vessels currently used in Antarctica and the Arctic. Originally built as an ice-strengthened research vessel in Finland in 1982, she was refurbished in 2001 and converted into a passenger ship for expeditions to polar regions. Her excellent reputation for polar expedition cruising is due to her strength, maneuverability and size. She is small and nimble, being able to sail up close to landing sites and venture where other, larger ships can’t go.
Carrying just 54 passengers, she offers a far more personal and intimate shipboard experience. The ship is fully operational and in excellent condition. Owners will consider serious offers.
• Ice-Strengthened Hull
• Triple, Twin, and Suite Cabins
• Spacious Viewing Platforms & Decks
• Fleet of Inflatable Zodiacs
• Lounge Bar & Two Dining Rooms
• Dedicated Presentation Room
• Medical Clinic
• Fleet of Zodiacs for Destination Exploration
The 234’ Polar Expedition Ship is classed RMRS with IMO, IAATO, Polar Code requirements for passenger ships with unlimited navigation and 60 day endurance with full occupancy. Thanks to her size and ice-strengthened hull she can carry out cargo and passenger voyages in hard-to-reach and polar regions.
The highly experienced crew has ensured this incredible ship has always been maintained in great condition and that guests' experience is of the highest quality. The triple, twin, and suite cabins are stylish and very luxurious, and the large, spacious bridge offers incredible views of some of the world's most staggering landscapes and seascapes. Her excellent reputation for polar expedition cruising is due to her strength, maneuverability, and size, allowing her to access areas where larger vessels simply can’t reach.
Flag: Russia (RU)
Home Port: St. Petersburg
Class: RMRS, Ice Class Rating: KM*ULA2
Displacement: 2,140 Ton
Gross Tonnage: 1,753 Ton
Net Tonnage: 526 Ton
Displacement: 2,140 Tons
Ship’s Depth: 4,6 Meters
Ship’s Length: 234’/71,6 Meters
Ship’s Width: 12,82 Meters
Yard Built: Finland
Building Year: 1982
Modernization Year: 2000/2001
Cruising Speed: 10 Knots, Max 14 Knots
Ship’s Endurance: 60 Days
Crew: Up to 25
Passengers: 54 Plus Crew
Bow/Stern Crane: 3/5 Tons
Installed Power: 2 × Dvigatel 6CHRNP 36/45 (6ЧРН36/45)
Horsepower 2,294 kW (3,076 Hp)
Propulsion: 1 Controllable-Pitch Propeller
Speed: 26 Km/H (16 Mph; 14 Kn)
Fuel Capacity: 408 Tons
Electricity Network: 220 V
Boats/Zodiacs: 8 X For 15 People
Nav/Electronics: Fully Equipped for Polar Code Requirements Polar Safety Gear: 8 Immersion Suits for Crew
106 Thermal Protection Aids
Cranes: 1 X 2.0 Tons, 1 X 5.0 Tons
There are comfortable accommodations for 54 passengers plus crew. All cabins have outside portholes plus ample storage space. The spacious bridge is always open and the decks are ideal for viewing. There is a combined bar/lounge/library area stocked with a good collection of polar books. There is a dining room, lounge and other public spaces.
On board you will find a range of accommodation types, including triple and twin cabins as well as larger suites, all featuring outside facing portholes or windows and ample storage space for your gear. Cabins have either shared or private bathroom facilities, while suites offer en suite bathrooms and lounge areas.
The most deluxe cabin, the Captain's Suite features a separate sleeping area and lounge room, a private en suite and large windows for optimal viewing opportunities from your own cabin. Only one of these cabins are available, so be sure to inquire early. Private Bathroom. Cabin Number: 501.
Only two Mini Suites offer a more spacious cabin with a separate sleeping and sitting area as well as a private en suite and large windows to enjoy the views from the comfort of your own cabin. Perfect if you're after a bit more space and comfort. Private Bathroom. Cabin Numbers: 502, 503.
Twin Cabin Private Bathroom
Twin Cabins with private bathrooms are located across two deck levels, both with easy access to outside decks. Each cabin accommodates two people and offers the convenience of private bathroom facilities. Cabin Numbers: 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 407, 408, 504, 505, 506, 507.
Twin Cabin Shared Bathroom
Twin Cabins with shared bathrooms are all located on Deck 3. Surprisingly spacious, each cabin comfortably sleeps two people and are only a short distance from the ship’s public bathroom facilities. Outside decks are accessible from this deck. Cabin Numbers: 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313.
Only two Triple Cabins with shared bathrooms. Two lower bunk beds and one upper bunk bed. Perfect for friends or families, or for solo travellers who are happy to share their space with fellow passengers. Bathrooms are located close by on the same deck. Shared Bathroom. Cabin Numbers: 300, 301
The 234’ Polar Expedition Cruise Ship is perfectly suited for use as a boutique Polar Cruise Ship, as well as for support escort, patrol or guard operations. Its ice class hull and excellent overall condition make it a good candidate for an expedition yacht conversion.
The ship is presently located in Northern Europe and available for inspection by appointment. Dry docking and inspection/survey for Class were last completed in mid-2019. It is in Class and fully operational.
|No. of engines:||2|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||10 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||14 Knots|
|Length over all:||234' 2"|
|Maximum draft:||15' 1"|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Displacement:||2 metric tons|
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.