The ship was built in Denmark in 1992 designed to sail the icy waters of Greenland. She went through refurbishments in 2006 and benefitted from upgrades and improvements, the ice-strengthened hull is perfectly made for going on expeditions in some of the most remote places in the world.
This vessel can carry up to 72 guests accommodated in three cabin categories: dedicated single, twin and triple cabins in all comfortable outside cabins. Cabins feature a picture window, a writing desk with chair, a wardrobe, individually controlled heating system, and a private bathroom with shower.
Travellers can benefit from many facilities such as a glass-enclosed observation lounge and presentation room. She also has a spacious dining room, a bar, a library, a small gym, and an infirmary.
M/V Ocean Nova has a fleet of seven Zodiac boats well suited for disembarking and wildlife watching.
Average size: 150 ft2 – 14 mt2
Two lower beds and one upper bed
Average size: 106 ft2 – 10 mt2
Two lower beds
Average size: 87 ft2 – 8 mt2
One lower single bed
We can compare a huge selection of expedition ships, cruises and operators to find your perfect cruise.
Our prices are amongst the best in the business, with full package protection as standard.
We are the expedition cruise specialists and know the destinations, ships and operators inside out
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