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Hans Hansson
Passengers: 12
Ship Type: Ice Breaker Ship

Hans Hansson was once as a rescue boat in the Baltic Sea. During a major refit in 2005, it was modified to include comfortable accommodations for 12 passengers, while retaining its rugged seaworthiness. As a small exploration boat, it boasts the unique ability to reach special, out of the ordinary destinations that are otherwise inaccessible.

The passionate Expedition Team and crew aboard this ship can’t wait to show you around and take you to places most people only dream about. Every day presents a new adventure. An early wake-up call may signal the sighting of nearby whales, while an afternoon Zodiac cruise may present you with the sound of seabirds passing overhead.

Cabin Amenities:
- Bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin
- 220V/50Hz electric current
- Climate control
- Housekeeping service
- Laundry services
- SOLAS life jackets

Public Areas:
- Library
- Lounge area
- Passenger kitchen
- Observation decks
- Crew areas

-Small, intimate vessel, with a capacity of 12 passengers
-Meals served family-style
-Get to know your captain and crew of 2 through shared meals throughout the voyage
-Experience day to day ship operations by interacting closely with the crew, optional meal preparation/clean up

Ship Specifications:
-Staff and Crew: 3-6
-Guests: 12 max
-Length: 87 ft, 26.5m
-Draft: 11 ft, 3.4m
-Ice Class: ICE-C, may operate in light ice conditions
-Cruising Speed: 11 knots in open water, 8-9 knots cruising, slower in ice
-Lifeboats: 2 life rafts, partially enclosed
-Registration: UK
Twin Cabin
Averaging 45 sq. ft. (4 sq. m), a Twin Cabin is equipped with one lower and one upper berth. Located on the Lower Deck, all Twin Cabins have a wash basin, desk and wardrobe, and a porthole with exterior views. These four Twin Cabins share two bathrooms.
Superior Cabin
Averaging 100 sq. ft. (9 sq. m), a Superior Cabin is equipped with one lower and one upper berth. Located on the Upper Deck, they have private bathrooms, a desk and wardrobe, and a porthole with exterior views.
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