Cruise to the Arctic frontiers and North Pole on the newest addition to the Quark Expeditions fleet. the 50 Years of Victory is the largest, most sophisticated, and powerful icebreaker ever constructed.
This ship is exceptionally stable, yet maneuverable. External stabilizers and a built-in trimming system provide exceptional stability for your Arctic adventure cruise.
Join us aboard the M/S Expedition and embark on an incredible polar adventure you'll never forget.
The spectacular 78-passenger Antarctic Dream offers beautiful outside cabins with private bath. It features a helicopter for unforgettable flight-seeing over Antarctica. There are also observation decks, lecture room, spa, sauna, massage, library, medical clinic and more.
The Akademik Ioffe is widely recognized as the best expedition-style cruise vessel operating in Polar waters. As the ship was built to perform delicate and sensitive hydro-acoustic work, it is also designed to run very quietly.
The M/V Professor Molchanov is a ice-strengthened Russian research vessel. The vessel is ideally suited for expedition cruising, carrying a maximum of just 52 passengers in comfortable twin and triple cabins, all outside and each with a desk and ample storage space. Public areas include a lounge and bar, small library, infirmary and a sauna.
The ice-strengthened vessel “Ortelius” is an excellent vessel for Polar expedition cruises in the Arctic and Antarctica, providing us with possibilities to adventure remote locations such as the Ross Sea and Franz Josef Land.
The Plancius is a 110-passenger small ship designed and built exclusively for Arctic cruises. An Arctic aboard the Plancius includes first class amenities, naturalist shore excursions, zodiac rides, and educational programs. A wide variety of cabins, ample space on five decks make the Plancius a great option for expedition cruises to the Arctic.
Sail aboard the luxurious Sea Spirit to experience the Arctic in grand style. Carrying a maximum of 112 passengers this outstanding vessel is the perfect home away from home. Every cabin has individual temperature controls, a lounge area, refrigerator and in-room safe.
The National Geographic Endeavour carries 110 guests and is superbly designed for expedition trips and cruises in the Arctic, Svalbard and beyond. It has top Expedition Leaders and naturalists, a fleet of Zodiacs and
The National Geographic Explorer is a state-of-the-art expedition ship accommodating 148 guests in 81 outside cabins. It is fully stabilized, enabling it to navigate polar passages while providing comfort. Building upon a spirit of exploration and discovery, the National Geographic Explorer houses technology for sea exploration, such as Zodiacs, kayaks, hydro-phones, underwater HD cameras and a Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV).
The ‘Noorderlicht' now has a well-balanced two-masted schooner rig and is capable of sailing the seven seas.
The 3 mast-schooner S/V Rembrandt van Rijn is well suited for expedition cruising among the fjords of Greenland, and for a Northern Lights itinerary in the Arctic.