Polar Latitudes set out to embrace the best aspects of the early years of expedition cruising when adventure companies formed strong alliances with a select network of international sales agents. Their focus is still on alliances with tour operator partners and their passengers, providing world-class expedition experiences led by experienced expedition teams.
From the 2021/2 season Polar Latitudes will operate the MS Seaventure, which was previously known as the MS Bremen. The shipe features an 1-A Super ice class rating, the highest ice class awarded to passenger vessels, enabling Polar Latitudes to offer itineraries which explore coves, bays, and channels that aren't accessible on all ships. The revovated ship has extensive storage space for plenty of gear, enabling more adventure options like kayaking, snowshoeing, and camping. Her expansive facilities - heated pool, sauna, and spacious common areas - will further enhance the guest experience. For the 2022/3 season, Polar Latitudes will also operate the Island Sky.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner menus are changed daily, with an emphasis on providing delicious, balanced and nutritional cuisine. Returning from excursions, passengers enjoy complimentary refreshments, afternoon tea and all-day coffee, a great space for relaxation surrounded by panoramic windows.
Polar Latitudes offer different voyages to the Antarctic Peninsula, others that include the Falklands and South Georgia, and another that attempts to cross the Antarctic Circle.
We ask tour operators to please register directly with Polar Latitudes to receive information, images, availability, and to hold options on departures. On request Polar Latitudes can prepare your own branded PDF version of their brochure.
Please see our "Offers" page for Polar Latitudes current promotions.