Falklands - South Georgia - Antarctic Peninsula
M/V Ultramarine is set to be an unrivalled operational base for polar expeditions. A high-end experience onboard has been combined with high adventure off the ship, facilitated by 2 twin engine helicopters. With 199 passengers she is fast and strong (1A ice strengthened) and with a 70 day range, is equipped to go anywhere.
A pioneering mix of advanced sustainability features have been incorporated into its futuristic design, reducing its environmental impact to an extent unseen for a polar vessel of its size.
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420 feet / 128 metres
16 knots in open water
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Activity options onboard Ultramarine include exclusive heli-hiking, heli-landing, aerial sight-seeing, kayaking, camping, stand-up paddle-boarding, paddle excursions, cross country skiing and mountaineering.
Accompanying you into the wilderness is a team of highly professional and respected polar guides. Sea level boarding has been designed to be fast and efficient with 20 quick-deploy Zodiacs accessible from two Ready Rooms, to make the most of your time exploring Antarctica and the High Arctic.
Should you wish for a slower, more reflective experience this ultra-modern newcomer offers premium cruise facilities including beautifully appointed and spacious suites, 2 dining areas, 4 bars, a panorama lounge, lecture theatre, library, polar boutique, spa and fitness centre, Ocean view sauna, walk-around deck and bridge -claiming greater amount of wildlife viewing areas and public spaces than ships of a comparable size.