The ship has 57 exterior facing cabins, accommodating 122 passengers with 72 staff and crewmembers on-board. The ship’s three suites are located on the Captain’s Deck, with Deluxe and Superior cabins on the Upper Deck. The rest of the cabins are spread between Twin Window Cabins, Twin Porthole Cabins and Triple Cabins, located on the main and lower decks. All are decorated with varnished wood and come with twin beds (except for the triple cabin), en-suite bathrooms, TV and DVD player, wardrobes and a small desk.
Originally built in Yugoslavia in 1976, the ship has been refurbished into an expedition cruise ship, with facilities including a spacious forward-facing multi-purpose lounge and presentation room, bar, window-lined dining room, polar library, polar boutique, exercise room and promenades.
The ship has an on board Expedition Team to ensure that every landing opportunity is seized and passengers remain informed throughout the trip with regular updates, lectures and presentations. For those keen to try some activities while they’re in Antarctica, the Sea Adventurer offers hiking and snowshoeing included in the cost of its cruises as well kayaking and camping, at an additional charge.