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G Expedition

Built
1972 (refurbished in 2009)
Guests
134
Crew
69
Length
105 m / 344 ft
Staterooms
67
Gross Tonnage
6334 gt
Beam
19 m / 62 ft
Cruising Speed
15 kn / 28 kph / 17 mph
Draft
4.71
Islandss
Falkland Islands, South Georgia Island
Country Regions
Norwegian Fjords, Arctic / North Pole, Antarctica / South Pole

Ship Overview

Not only will the G Expedition steer you closer to some of our planet’s most amazing places, our professional and highly-skilled team of on-board experts offer keen insight, unique perspectives, and hands-on attention not found in a guidebook. Make your next tour a voyage you’ll remember the rest of your life. Return home a different person than when you left.

  • 360° Top Observation Deck
  • All cabins with private ensuite and outside views
  • Raised Forward Observation Deck
  • Large fleet of Zodiacs with four stroke engines
  • Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise
  • Complimentary destination guides for every passenger
  • Large heated Mud Room
  • Lonely Planet Library
  • Discovery Lounge
  • Fine dining – international cuisine in one sitting
  • Large aft deck with barbeque facilities
  • Polar Bear Pub
  • Gift Shop
  • Medical Clinic
  • Sauna
  • Computer Room with internet where available
  • Gym

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Staterooms / Suites

  • Category 1A Quad - 160ft² / 15m²
  • Category 1 Triple - 160ft² / 15m²
  • Category 2 Twin - 160ft² / 15m²
  • Category 3 Twin - 160ft² / 15m²
  • Category 4 Twin - 160ft² / 15m²
  • Category 5 Double - 320ft² / 30m²

Features

  • Deck 2
  • 4 passengers
  • Two lower berths
  • Two upper berths
  • Private en suite facilities with shower, toilet and washbasin
  • Porthole

Deck Plans

Deck 6
Deck 6
Deck 5
Deck 5
Deck 4
Deck 4
Deck 3
Deck 3
Deck 2
Deck 2
Categories
Categories

Dining

The dining room Albatross seats everyone at once and offers starboard, port and forward-facing views. It features buffet-style breakfast and lunch, while dinner is a served 4-course meal. Vegetarian options are available, and, when possible, onboard meals feature regional foods bought locally.
 
There is a vast outdoor observation deck (top deck 6), as well as other open-air areas (including the forward Observation Deck / raised viewing platform on deck 4) that provide panoramic views. The large aft-located sun deck (deck 5) has BBQ facilities for alfresco dining and is served with drinks by the Polar Bear bar.