- 132 guests
- crew members
- 160 crew members
- 460 feet
- 69 feet
- 19 feet
- cruising speed
- 12 knots
- ice class
With an ice-strengthened hull, the newly renovated Ocean Atlantic is a strong and comfortable vessel operating in the polar regions. Carrying up to 132 passengers and able to navigate narrow inlets, this well-appointed small expedition ship offers an exceptional guest experience in the most remote areas of the world. Her bright and airy lounges are ideal for relaxing, reflecting and learning. In the contemporary dining room, you’re treated to delicious meals, including vegetarian and gluten-free options.
Ocean Atlantic Review
AdventureSmith Explorations’ Ocean Atlantic review includes a detailed description of the small ship including deck plans and a photo gallery. Please read our review below then contact our polar cruise experts to compare the Ocean Atlantic with other small cruise ships sailing Arctic cruises and Antarctica cruises.
The ship offers onboard amenities such as a gym, library, coffee bar and Polar Boutique for expedition gear and gifts. She also boasts a fleet of Zodiacs for making shore landings and exploring. After enjoying an adventure-filled day, passengers can relax, browse through books, or even play games in the well-stocked 24-hour polar library, or simply sit back and soak in the spectacular scenery from the panoramic observation lounge or spacious observation decks.
Cabins & Deck Plan Aboard Ocean Atlantic
All of the elegantly designed cabins and suites feature exterior views, private bathroom facilities and a TV. Individual temperature controls and electrical supply ports at 220 volts, 50Hz are available. There are six cabin categories aboard Ocean Atlantic.
For her Arctic sailings in which she is subbing in for the Ocean Adventurer, use this cabin comparison guide for pricing: