The Ocean Nova was built to carry people to the most remote corners of the world. The Ocean Nova is a modern and comfortable vessel carrying just 78 passengers on our Arctic Voyages. Built in Denmark in 1992 to sail the ice-choked waters of Greenland. With an ice-strengthened hull she is ideally suited for expedition travel in the Polar Regions.
The Ocean Nova features comfortable outside cabins, all with private facilities, including dedicated twin and triple cabins. In addition to a glass-enclosed observation lounge and presentation room, there is a spacious dining room, a bar, a library and an infirmary. In the panorama lounge you can enjoy a drink with breathtaking views of the polar landscape. Our trained specialists regularly conduct lectures on flora, fauna and history.
There is a friendly and informal atmosphere on board. Passengers are welcome on the bridge around the clock and there is always something to see or search for from the spacious observation decks. Traveling with this small expedition ship offers an entirely different experience and perspective than you can get on a larger and more conventional cruise ship. We welcome you on board.
Quad Cabin: Averaging 157 square feet a Quad Cabin is equipped with four twin beds. Located on Upper Deck, it has exterior views and private facilities.
Averaging 150 square feet, a Triple Cabin is equipped with three twin beds. Located on Upper Deck, it has exterior views and private facilities.
Bridge deck twin cabin: Averaging 105 square feet a Bridge Deck Twin Cabin is equipped with two twin beds. Located on Bridge Deck, it has exterior views and private facilities.
An Upper Deck Twin Cabin is equipped with two twin beds. Located on Upper Deck, it has exterior views and private facilities.
Averaging 88 square feet, an Upper Lower Berth Cabin is equipped with one upper berth and one lower berth bed. Located on Upper Deck, it has exterior views and private facilities.
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