Rumbo Sur - Institucional

G Expedition

 

The G Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions. The Expedition's spacious confines can hold up to 134 passengers. Many expedition cruise operators offer you a choice of space, comfort or expertise; the Expedition delivers all three at a price few can top. With a focus on safety, comfort and the unique demands of polar travel, the crew of the Expedition is committed to the ship’s continued safe operation.

 

Facilities and amenities

360° Top Observation Deck

  • All cabins with private ensuite and outside views

  • Raised Forward Observation Deck

  • Large fleet of Zodiacs with four stroke engines

  • Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise

  • Complimentary destination guides for every passenger

  • Large heated Mud Room

  • Lonely Planet Library

  • Discovery Lounge

Fine dining – international cuisine in one sitting

  • Large aft deck with barbeque facilities

  • Polar Bear Pub

  • Gift Shop

  • Medical Clinic

  • Sauna

  • Computer Room with internet where available

  • Gym

Greg Mortimer

The first passenger ship to feature the revolutionary Ulstein X-BOW®,  this allows the ship to cross oceans more comfortably and efficiently, and with expansive observation decks to bring you closer to the environment, inviting communal areas and unsurpassed environmental credentials, the Greg Mortimer offers the perfect base camp for adventures at the outer limits of human exploration.

Accommodating an average of 132 expeditioners per voyage within 76 cosy, comfortable cabins – all cabins have a view of the ocean and 85% of cabins have their own balcony. The ship also features a modern lecture lounge, multiple observation areas, zodiac launching platforms, a restaurant serving excellent meals, a gym and wellness centre, jacuzzis, a mudroom and many other amenities.

 

Services & Amenities

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Room-controlled thermostat

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Private en-suite

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42" flat-screen TV

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Room safe

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Closet space

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Desk area

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King bed

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Twin beds

Hebridean Sky

 

Experience your Antarctica cruise on small ship Hebridean Sky, an all-suite expedition vessel. The ship was built in 1992 and refurbished in 2005. In 2016 the ship underwent an extensive, multimillion-dollar renovation that transformed it into one of the finest small ships in the world. For our air-cruises, Hebridean Sky accommodates 75 passengers. The ship offers a classically elegant base for adventurous exploration in Antarctica. Suites in eight different categories of accommodation are spacious, with premium appointments throughout.

Each Suite features a sitting area, a private bathroom, a picture window, and two twin beds that, on request, can be joined to form a queen-size bed (cabins 601 and 602 only offer a queen-size bed). A number of Suites include private balconies. Triple cabins feature a sofa bed suitable for individuals who are no more than 1.70 m (5′ 6″) tall. Public areas include “The Club” lounge, a library, a presentation lounge with audio-visual facilities, a dining room, an outdoor cafe, a medical clinic, a wraparound deck, and an elevator serving all passenger decks. The ship has a fleet of 10 Zodiac boats.

 

Hebridean Sky Cabin Categories

Category Average Size Details
Owner’s Suite 370 ft2 /34 m2 Two-room suite with sitting room, balcony and bedroom
Single Suite 240 ft2 / 22 m2 Suite with window and sitting area
Penthouse Suite 325 ft2 / 30 m2 Suite with private balcony and sitting area
Veranda Suite 260 ft2 / 24 m2 Suite with private balcony and sitting area
Deluxe Suite 240 ft2 / 22 m2 Suite with bow & side windows and sitting area
Promenade Suite 220 ft2 / 20 m2 Suite with window and sitting area
Window Suite 225 ft2 / 21 m2 Suite with window and sitting area
Triple Suite 225 ft2 / 21 m2 Suite with window and sitting area

Hondious

 

Hondius is the first-registered Polar Class 6 vessel in the world, meeting the latest and highest Lloyd’s Register demands for ice-strengthened cruise vessels. Hondius also exceeds the requirements of the Polar Code as adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), allowing you to enjoy the polar regions as much as possible while impacting them as little as possible. Upon completion, Hondius will be the most flexible, advanced, innovative ice-strengthened vessel in the polar regions. It is optimized for exploratory voyages that provide you the utmost first-hand contact with the Arctic and Antarctica.

 

Specifications:

 

Passengers:

174 in 82 cabins

Staff & crew:

72

Length:

107.6 meters

Breadth:

17.6 meters

Draft:

5.30 meters

Ice class:

Polar Class 6 (equivalent 1A-Super)

Displacement:

5,590 tonnes

Propulsion:

2 x ABC main engines; total 4,200 kW

Speed:

15 knots

 

Island Sky

With spacious, well-appointed suites, stylish common areas, an ice-strengthened hull, and redundant core technology, the Island Sky represents the height of comfort and style. In 2017, she was upgraded to add tinted sliding glass doors to all cabins on Promenade Deck 4.

FACILITIES:

  • Elevator serving all passenger decks
  • Tinted sliding glass doors in all cabins on Promenade Deck 4
  • Panoramic Top Deck Observation Platform
  • Upgraded WIFI Internet
  • Library with computers
  • DVD Movie Library
  • 24/7 Coffee/Tea Station
  • Bar/Lounge with Live Entertainment
  • Audiovisual Facilities

 

SUITES FEATURE:

  • Exterior views
  • Sitting area with sofa or side chairs and table
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Telephone
  • Independent temperature controls
  • Complimentary Mini-Bar
  • Marble-appointed bathroom with fine toiletries
  • Hair dryer
  • 220 square feet or more

 

Magellan Explorer

MS Fram

MS Midnatsol

MS Roald Amundsen

Ocean Adventurer

Ocean Atlantic

Ocean Diamond

Ocean Endeavour

Ocean Nova

Ocean Tramp

Ortelius

Plancius

RCGS Resolute

Sea Spirit

Ushuaia

World Explorer

Silver Explorer

Silver Cloud

Scenic Eclipse

L' Austral

 

Innovative design, sleek shape and profile, refined interior decoration, friendly, intimate atmosphere: French designers and decorators have managed to give this ship a unique style and veritable signature of its own. Combinations of fine materials, colours and tones harmoniously livened up with touches of bright colour, elegant lines, discreet and subtle refinement… everything has been designed to create a unique atmosphere onboard, a veritable personality: the chic style and naturally relaxing ambiance of a veritable private yacht.

 

Technical Specificity

Length 466 ft
Beam 59 ft
Draft 15.3 ft
Cruising speed 14 knots
Ice class 1C
Classification Bureau Veritas
Flag French
Guest decks 6
Guest capacity 264
Normal crew size 140
Gross tonnage 10 944 UMS
Electric motors 2 x 2300 KW
Installed power 6 400 KW
                   Construction Fincantieri-Ancône-Italy

 

 

Le Boreal

Le Boréal, like its Sisterships L’AustralLe Soléal and Le Lyrial, epitomises the unique feel and atmosphere of the ships of the PONANT fleet. Subtly combining luxury, intimacy and serene well-being, the ship has been designed to offer passengers both moments of conviviality and spaces conducive to peaceful tranquillity and a sense of escape and getting away from it all. Its exterior and interior lines testify to the ingeniousness and refinement with which the Sisterships have been designed. 

 

Technical Specificity

Length 466 ft
Beam 59 ft
Draft 15.3 ft
Cruising speed 14 knots
Ice class 1C
Classification Bureau Veritas
Flag French
Guest decks 6
Guest capacity 264
Normal crew size 140
Gross tonnage 10 944 UMS
Electric motors 2 x 2300 KW
Installed power 6 400 KW
                     Construction Fincantieri-Ancône-Italy

 

 

Le Lyrial

 

First introduced in 2015 and the fourth ship in the Sisterships series, Le Lyrial is the very embodiment of this new generation of intimately sized cruise ships. Its exterior and interior lines, all sober understatement and refinement, make it a yacht of a rare and innovative kind.

For the interior decoration, we took inspiration from the tones and colours of our destinations and used a palette made up of blues, from the soft, luminous grey-like tones of the polar ice to the vivid notes and turquoises of Mediterranean inlets and coves.

 

Technical Specificity

Length 466 ft
Beam 59 ft
Draft 15.3 ft
Cruising speed 14 knots
Ice class 1C
Classification Bureau Veritas
Flag French
Guest decks 6
Guest capacity 264
Normal crew size 140
Gross tonnage 10 944 UMS
Electric motors 2 x 2300 KW
Installed power 6 400 KW
                    Construction Fincantieri-Ancône-Italy

 

 

Le Soleal

MS Fridtjof Nansen

Silver Wind

Beechcraft King Air 300

Bae 146-200