2015 09 & 15 Jan, 18 Feb
Transfers to/from the ship, cabin accommodation, all meals including daily afternoon tea and complimentary house wine / beverages at lunch and dinner, experienced expedition leader and expedition team, hire of windproof / waterproof jacket / pants and rubber boots, daily shore excursions by Zodiac boat, educational presentations, professional photographer on board to assist guests, guided hikes and walks ashore, access to computers, use of on board sauna / hot water Jacuzzi / plunge pool / fitness centre, use of library, emergency medical attention on board, P&I insurance.
Flights to and from boarding ports, passports and/or visas, taxes or boarding taxes at ports and airports, Travel or health insurance
Vessel: The Akademik Ioffe
Designed for polar research, the Akademik Ioffe is modern, comfortable, safe and ice-strengthened.
From small group sessions to briefings for all passengers, we have public spaces on-board the ship ideally suited for each and every need.
A separate bar and lounge, as well as a library provide ideal places to sit and relax or catch up on some reading. A selection of movies and documentaries can also be watched in the lounge.
Vessel: The Akademik Sergey Vavilov
The sister ship to the Akademik Ioffe; is modern, comfortable, safe and ice-strengthened.
With a near identical layout the Akademik Sergey Vavilov offers numerous passenger areas ideal for small group briefings or information sessions, an expansive bar and lounge located on deck six offers widespread views 180 degrees, making it an ideal location for catching up over drinks or writing in your journal.
The library and reading room are well stocked with polar, fiction and non- fiction and is a wonderful spot to enjoy some reading.