196Ship Type: Luxury Expedition ShipOperated by: American Queen Voyages
This stylish cruise ship, ideally suited for our business model of small ship expeditions, will be deployed and dedicated to exploration in earth’s most fragile places.
With a total of 93 comfortable staterooms for our guests, all with a view of the ocean, (and 90% with their own balcony), several restaurants, a wellness area, Nordic Bar, an open deck dining facility, a modern lecture lounge, and other amenities, the vessel will also be environmentally-friendly onboard, with an implementation of the Green Initiative Program, ensuring both absolute comfort and sustainability for our guests.
Wraparound windows at the very front of the ship make the perfect place for relaxing. This will easily become your favorite place on the ship as you laze in 360-degree swivel chairs to capture the view from every angle. Always with your favorite snacks and beverages at hand.
Glass end walls make for unprecedented views while you enjoy a wilderness swim on deck. This refreshing pool is one of a kind. Swim from end to end as though into infinity as the wonderment of the wilderness surrounds you. Then relax in one of the two roomy hot tubs.
Indulge in a specialty massage, a rejuvenating facial, a pampering mani-pedi. Come in from your day of exploring and treat yourself to a makeover – new haircut, new make-up? Or take care of those muscles you may have used a bit more than usual. An expert staff is here to take care of you.
Expedition Lecture Room
Great sitelines, wonderful acoustics, and beautiful outdoor views make a perfect combination. The very heart of your journey will beat here, as experts in history, culture, marine life, natural environment, marine biology, and many other fields share with you their insights.
Panorama Specialty Restaurant
On this comfortable deck, tuck into some vacation reading, look ahead on where you're headed or reminisce on where you've been. Sink into a comfy sofa or chair, and appreciate the breeze as we sail along, or gather near the bow to watch the spectacle of passing through a lock.
Plug/ Voltage type Onboard: US Type A