Twin Tracks Expeditions

MS Seaventure

Luxury Expedition Cruise Vessel

About the Ship

The newly refurbished MS Seaventure joins the Antarctic fleet for the 2021-22 season and boasts a 1-A Super ice class rating – the highest ice class awarded to passenger vessels. Her refit to a luxury expedition vessel includes a sauna, heated saltwater pool and a custom-built citizen science lab. With two elevators serving all passenger decks, the Seaventure is optimised for luxurious comfort.

  • Guest Capacity: 139
  • Complimentary expedition jacket
  • Citizen science laboratory
  • Complimentary mini-bar
  • Heated saltwater pool
  • Two elevators
  • Lido deck kitchen for al fresco dining
  • Ice Class: 1AS

Why We Like Her


    With a custom-built citizen science lab, guests are encouraged to get hands-on in the study of phytoplankton blooms, marine mammal population dynamics and atmospheric climate conditions. If you’re looking for a way to contribute to our understanding of the polar regions, this is it.


    The Seaventure experience includes a dedicated Passenger Service Manager who’s chief goal is to make sure your wants and needs are not only met, but exceeded. You’ll be well-looked after!


    With the highest possible ice class, Seaventure is bound for exploration. While vessels with lower ice ratings may be limited in landing site options, the new Seaventure can push further, for longer.

Photos of the Ship

Antarctic Rates and Dates

Per Person USD Rates
2021 - 2022
TriplePortholeWindowVerandaOwner's Suite
Falklands, S. Georgia & Antarctica from Puerto Madryn
Nov 03 - Nov 24, 2021 (22 days)
Holidays in Antarctica
Dec 20 - Jan 01, 2022 (13 days)
Camp, Kayak
Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctica
Dec 30 - Jan 19, 2022 (21 days)
Crossing the Circle
Jan 17 - Jan 31, 2022 (15 days)
Camp, Kayak
Adventures in Antarctica
Jan 29 - Feb 09, 2022 (12 days)
Shackleton's Final Quest
Feb 07 - Feb 27, 2022 (21 days)
Adventures in Antarctica
Mar 06 - Mar 17, 2022 (12 days)

Insider Advice

We’re a different kind of agency. We work on the ships, with the teams, and are currently active in the polar regions. Our insider advice is truly that – straight from the field – and it’s updated in real time if things change.