Originally built in 1976 in Yugoslavia, Ocean Adventurer, formally Sea Adventurer was transformed in 1998 into an expedition ship. More recently in 2017, she underwent extensive upgrades with renovations to the interiors including the addition of nine new cabins, new bathrooms throughout, as well as significant technical upgrades.
Designed to carry up to 132 passengers each of the 63 cabins have private bathrooms and exterior views and on board facilities include a well-stocked library, lounge area, gym and observation decks.
Triple: Located on the Main Deck, averaging 39 square metres with two lower berths, one upper berth and a porthole.
Lower Deck Twin: Twin bedded with a porthole.
Main Deck Twin Porthole: Located on the Main Deck, averaging 36 square metres with two lower berths and a porthole
Main Deck Twin Window: Slightly larger cabins, averaging 42 square metres with two windows.
Superior: Located on the Upper Deck and around 43 square metres in size, these cabins have two lower berths and windows.
Deluxe: Located on the Upper and Captains Decks and averaging 49 square metres with two lower berths and windows.
Suite: Found on the Captains Deck and averaging 65 square metres. Cabin 403 has a bath and all other suites have a shower.
Owners Suite: The only cabins found on the Bridge Deck and averaging 27 square metres.
Where does Ocean Adventurer sail to?
Why we like it
The Ocean Adventurer harks back to the glory days of cruising with a beautiful large promenade deck and excellent passenger space, but still with an expeditionary feel.