A small and comfortable expedition ship with excellent service and a relaxed atmosphere. From the panorama lounge and the spacious observation decks you can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. All cabins have windows and private facilities.
The M/S Stockholm is a classic vessel built in 1953 for the Swedish National Maritime Administration. She is a marvellous piece of maritime history with beautiful brass details and pine decks. With a maximum of only 12 passengers on board, this is like travelling on a private yacht.
M/S Sjøveien (meaning the Seaway) was built in Bergen in 1964 for the Norwegian Government and she worked for them in various capacities. She is a true beauty with wooden decks and vintage details. There is a spacious outer deck from where you can enjoy the beautiful vistas.
The expedition ship M/S Virgo was built in 1976 to work as a buoy-laying vessel for Swedish maritime authorities. In 2021 she was bought (partly by one of the owners of M/S Stockholm) and is now being rebuild for a new career as a small and comfortable expedition ship in the Arctic. PolarQuest will publish photos as soon as she is ready. M/S Virgo takes up to 12 passengers in single and double cabins.
M/V Balto ca offers a relaxed luxury accommodation for 12 guests in 7 outside cabins, all with private facilities and lower beds. During 2019-2020, she has been totally refurbished and is now one of the roomiest and most elegant small polar expedition yachts in service. To explore Greenland with this beautiful ship is a unique experience.
A small and comfortable expedition ship, perfect for expedition cruises in Polar Regions. In the panorama lounge you can enjoy a drink with breathtaking views of the surrounding polar landscape and there is always something to see or search for from the spacious observation decks.
This expedition yacht was refurbished in 2016 and the comfortable cabins accommodate 15 passengers. All cabins are air-conditioned, have private shower/WC and windows/port holes. Facilities on board include a comfortable lounge, a dining room, a well-stocked bar, three sun decks and a plunge pool.
On our journey through the Great Bear Rainforest we stay on board the sailing yacht S/V Island Solitude. She carries 12 guests and we have chartered her four our group exclusively. At the on-deck wheelhouse the group can share delicious meals while enjoying the beautiful vistas with panoramic views!