It’s called the Seaventure, a 164-passenger expedition ship that will carry out Iceland ProCruises Greenland itineraries starting next summer.
The vessel was specifically designed for extraordinary moments. Thanks to its special construction, the small ship is incredibly agile and maneuverable, and able to change course effortlessly for rare or unusual wildlife sightings.
In addition, Seaventure boasts the highest ice class for passenger ships. A greater density of steel plates in the hull and a massive stem are just two of the elements that allow the expedition ship to glide safely through Arctic waters.
The ship’s Zodiacs are ready and waiting to get passengers up close and personal with the most breathtaking natural wonders of Greenland and explore otherwise inaccessible areas by land and sea.
Constructed and launched in Cyprus in 1990 and totally refurbished in 2019, 111-meter (364-foot) vessel features 64 Outside and 16 Balcony cabins as well as two suites. In addition to a restaurant and two bars, the Seaventure also boasts a swimming pool, sauna and gym with ocean views.