M/S Stockholm is a classic ship with beautiful brass details and wooden decks, built in 1953. After 20 years in Svalbard she has the experience and track record of being able to reach sites that are inaccessible to other ships.
MS Sjøveien (meaning the Seaway) was built in Bergen in 1964 for the Norwegian Government and she worked for them in various capacities. From 1979 until 1995 she was used as a training ship for mariners.
Togo is a 102ft /31m motor yacht, custom built-in 1965 by legendary Dunston Shipyard and last refitted in 2018.
MV Villa was built-to-order for the Norwegian Coastal Administration. Prior to February 2019, her mission was to service lighthouses and buoys along the rough Norwegian coast.
The M/V Misty Fjord expedition vessel was custom designed for in-depth wilderness exploration.
The Kruzof Explorer, a Bering Sea crab fishing boat turned premier expedition vessel, was constructed to be among the toughest hulls on the planet, capable of exploring remote areas and bodies of water where few venture.
The M/S Balto is designed to explore the most remote fjord systems, visit isolated Inuit settlements, take you to secret anchorages and maximise each guest’s experience in the unspoiled wilderness.
Built in 1994 by the Danish government for oceanographic work in Greenland, this robust A1 ice-class polar yacht has outstanding manoeuvrability.
Its name, "Nanook", means "polar bear" in Inuktitut. After a complete refit between 2020 and 2022, she will take you to the polar lands from 2023, including Spitsbergen and Greenland.
A former Norwegian research vessel that has been tastefully converted into an expedition vessel ideal for exploring the Arctic.
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