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Quark Expeditions’ Clipper Adventurer Renamed Sea Adventurer

The popular small expedition ship “Clipper Adventurer,” operated by Quark Expeditions and owned by International Shipping Partners (ISP), will be renamed “Sea Adventurer”  effective October 11, 2012. The name change will in no way affect any element of service or amenity in relation to cruises aboard the Sea Adventurer.  Read a full description of Sea Adventurer review with photos, deckplans and details on our site.

Built in Yugoslavia in 1975 she has a number of sister ships including the Lubyov Orlova.  Originally known as the Alla Tarasova, she underwent an $13 million refit in 1998.  She has had a long career of expedition cruising throughout the world.  The Sea Adventurer is specially outfitted for polar cruises with an ice strengthened hull.  She is perfect for cruising to remote locations in comfort and style.

Two of the most popular Antarctic Cruises aboard Sea Adventurer  in 2012-2013:

Antarctic Explorer  Cruise the Antarctic Peninsula in style. These Antarctica cruises combine wildlife viewing, shore landings and visits to scientific bases, breathtaking waterways, glaciers and icebergs. Kayaking, camping, cross-country skiing and mountaineering are available aboard select cruises. Overnight in Ushuaia is included.

Antarctica Explorers and Kings  A 20-day expedition cruise from Ushuaia, to the tussock-covered Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), then to the Antarctic Peninsula via the wildlife paradise of South Georgia. Landings and Zodiac excursions enable close encounters with whales, seals and six species of penguins. An environmentally responsible vacation.

The small ship cruise experts at AdventureSmith Explorations have cruised aboard or personally inspected the Sea Adventurer.  Call us today for honest, unbiased advice about booking cruises aboard the Sea Adventurer.


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