M/V Janssonius is one of the newest vessels in Antarctica. The ship exceeds the green requirements of the Polar Code. This Antarctic cruise ship has an ice rating of Polar Class 6 (equivalent to 1A-Super), the highest Polar Class notation for ice-strengthened vessels. This feature makes the Janssonius ideally suited for Antarctic exploration. Janssonius is a swift Antarctic cruise vessel, with a cruising speed of 15 knots.
The Nat Geo Orion is a stabilized, ice-class Antarctica expedition cruise ship with a crew of 65 and 53 cabins with capacity for 102 guests. Orion is 337 feet long and has a beam of 47 feet. This Antarctic cruise ship has an ice rating of 1A. LANDED can make arrangements for the cruise as well as air travel, touring, and accommodations in Chile and Argentina.
Alya is a new Galapagos charter vessel with capacity for 16 passengers in 9 cabins. This Galapagos-based motor catamaran carries a crew of nine. All crew members and bilingual, and a certified naturalist guide will assure you a safe and informative journey through the Galapagos Islands. Alya is 115 feet long, with a 43 foot beam, and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
The National Geographic Explorer is an ice-class Antarctica expedition cruise ship with capacity for 148 guests in 81 cabins. Nat Geo Explorer is 367 feet long, with a beam of 52, and an ice rating of 1A. LANDED has a direct contract with the Nat Geo Explorer. We can also arrange air travel, touring, and accommodations in Chile and Argentina.
Refurbished in 2018, Silver Explorer is a luxury, all-suite Antarctic cruise ship with capacity for 144 passengers in 66 suites. This luxury Antarctica cruise vessel carries a crew of 118. With nearly one crew member for every guest, this vessel assures personalized service. With the highest ice-class notation the ship is ideally suited for Antarctic expediting.
Refurbished in 2017, Sea Spirit is an all-suite Antarctica expedition ship with capacity for 114 passengers in 54 suites. This antarctic expedition vessel carries a crew of 94.
Sea Spirit is 297 feet long, with a width (beam) of 50 feet, a draft to baseline of 14 feet, and a 1D ice rating. Sea Spirit has an average cruising speed of 14.5 knots.
Refurbished in 2017, Silver Cloud is a luxury, all-suite Antarctic cruise ship with capacity for 254 passengers in 127 suites. This luxury cruise vessel features a crew of 212 and the only Relais & Chateaux restaurant in Antarctica. Silvery Cloud has the highest space to guest and crew to guest ratios in expedition cruising.
Based in the Galapagos since 2005, the Integrity motor yacht is a first-class vessel with a crew of ten, a length of 141 feet and a 24-foot beam. Unlike many yachts this size, Integrity is equipped with active stabilizers and an engine vibration control system. Integrity offers two versions of its week-long cruise, both with Saturday departure and Saturday return.
The Stella Maris is the finest luxury yacht in the Galapagos. This is a true charter yacht, designed for exclusive use by an extended family or a group of close friends: up to twelve guests, served by a crew of ten. The cruise is available exclusively as a Galapagos charter for eight days / seven nights, Monday to Monday.
Fully refurbished in 2015, Santa Cruz II houses 50 modern cabins with room for 90 total guests. Firmly committed to protecting the delicate ecosystem of the Galapagos archipelago, the proprietors of M/V Santa Cruz II take pride in leveraging “the newest sustainable advances in sailing.” Want more information on Galapagos cruises and yacht charters?
Launched in 2015 and renovated in September 2017, the Petrel is one of the newest and most advanced vessels in the Galapagos. This luxury motor catamaran combines speed—ten knots—and steadiness (catamarans tend to be more stable than monohull vessels). The Petrel is 115 feet long, with a beam of 41 feet.
The M/Y Passion stands out among the luxury yachts in the Galapagos—its designed and exclusively offered for charter. Passion’s service ratio—one crew-member per guest—is unparalleled. The Passion was constructed in Greece, underwent a complete 2014 retrofit in the Netherlands, and entered service in the Galapagos in 2015.