Arctic Cruises, Ortelius

Ortelius

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Arctic Cruises, Ortelius

Arctic Cruises, Ortelius cabin

Arctic Cruises, Ortelius cabin

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M/V Ortelius was originally built in Gdyma, Poland in 1989 to be used as a special purpose vessel for the Russian Academy of Science. The ship can accommodate 100 passengers with lots of open-deck spaces and a very large bridge which is accessible to the passengers.

The ship was rebuilt and re-named after Abraham Ortelius, who published the first modern world Atlas,Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.

Ortelius offers a comfortable hotel standard, with two restaurants, a bar/lecture room and a sauna. She has plenty of open-deck spaces and a large accessible bridge.

ACCOMMODATION

Ortelius offers 45 cabins with a range of options. There are 5 quadruple cabins with bunk beds and shared facilities (these can also be used as triple or twin cabins) and 14 twin cabins with 2 lower single berths and shared facilities.

The remaining cabins all have private toilet and shower. There are 9 twin cabins with portholes and 2 single lower berths, 10 twin cabins with windows and 2 single lower berths, 6 superior cabins with double beds and a separate day room, and 1 suite with a double bed and a separate day room.

SPECIFICATIONS

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