The sister to Peregrine’s Antarctic cruise ship, the Ocean Endeavour, Ocean Atlantic is handsomely appointed and newly refurbished.

With spacious suites and a maximum capacity of 198 passengers, there is plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy your time at sea. Complete with a gym, library, polar boutique and medical clinic, the Ocean Atlantic will quickly feel like your home away from home.


About the ship

Technical specifications

  • Guests: 198
  • Length: 140 metres (460 feet)
  • Draft: 5.8 metres (19 feet)
  • Beam: 21 metres (69 feet)
  • Ice Class: 1B
  • Cruising speed: 12 knots (max 15 knots)
  • Lifeboats: 6 fully enclosed
  • Zodiacs: 20
  • Stabilizers: 2 x Electrofin SR-4 (P/S)
  • Launched: 1986
  • Last Refurbished: 2017
  • Registered Bahamas

Ship amenities

  • Observation lounge
  • Bar with panoramic views
  • Restaurant serving 4-star international cuisine
  • Pool and jaccuzzi
  • Gym
  • Sauna
  • Library
  • Polar boutique
  • Medical clinic with licensed doctor
  • Elevator (does not access all decks)
  • Mud room for storing wet gear

Cabin Amenities

  • Ensuite facilities in all cabins
  • Cabins serviced daily
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathrobes
  • Shower gel and shampoo provided
  • In-room safe
  • Climate control
  • Electrical current of 220 volts and standard European (two round pin) plugs

Optional activities

*These adventure options need to be booked and paid in advance. Numbers are limited.

Other inclusions on the Ocean Atlantic

  • Expedition boots on loan
  • Presentations by the expedition team and onboard experts
  • All meals and snacks on board
  • All shore landings and Zodiac cruising according to the daily programme
  • All luggage handling on board
  • All port charges and taxes

Ocean Atlantic deck plan

Peregrine Adventure's Ocean Atlantic arctic cruise ship

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