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MS Greg Mortimer - NEW

Built: 2019
Crew: 24
Cabins: 79
Passengers: 120
Rating: N/A
Cruises Available: 1

The ground-breaking MS Greg Mortimer by Aurora Expeditions is one of the most advanced expedition ships in the world. Named after Aurora’s co-founder, the 341-foot ship is a state-of-the-art, purpose-built expedition vessel, built to world-class polar standards. Be one of the first to experience its patented X-BOW technology, which allows for gentler sea crossings, improved comfort and reduced emissions.

The environmentally-friendly MS Greg Mortimer boasts lower energy consumption, high fuel efficiency, reduced light pollution for minimal wildlife disruption and lower on-board plastic use. Featuring the most up-to-date safety technology and a Rolls Royce stabiliser system, the vessel is Polar 6-compliant, holds BV class and meets the latest SOLAS requirements.

The MS Greg Mortimer offers plenty of dedicated observation spaces – from the indoor 180-degree lounge and outdoor 360-degree open deck, to the 270-degree open sun deck and hydraulic viewing platforms – ideal for watching wildlife and taking in the scenery. Take advantage of the ship’s open-bridge policy to see what the captain and officers are up to at any time in the bridge.

Cabins

Category A 

These balcony staterooms are located on decks four and six. 

At 259 to 303 sq. ft (24.1 to 28.2 sqm) including the balcony, these well decorated cabins feature a floor-to-ceiling window which slides open onto a private balcony. They all have double or twin beds, an en suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and safe plus a thermostat to individually control the room’s temperature yourself.

Category A 

Category B

These balcony staterooms are located on decks four and six. 

At 254 to 267 sq. ft. (23.6 to 24.8 sqm) including the balcony, these well decorated cabins feature a floor-to-ceiling window which slides open onto a private balcony. They all have double or twin beds, an en suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and safe plus a thermostat to individually control the room’s temperature yourself.

Category B

Category C

These balcony staterooms are located on decks four and six.

At 246 to 259 sq. ft (22.9 to 24.1 sqm) including the balcony, these well decorated cabins feature a floor-to-ceiling window which slides open onto a private balcony. They all have double or twin beds, an en suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and safe plus a thermostat to individually control the room’s temperature yourself.

Category C

Category A 

These balcony staterooms are located on decks four and six. 

At 259 to 303 sq. ft (24.1 to 28.2 sqm) including the balcony, these well decorated cabins feature a floor-to-ceiling window which slides open onto a private balcony. They all have double or twin beds, an en suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and safe plus a thermostat to individually control the room’s temperature yourself.

Category A 

Category B

These balcony staterooms are located on decks four and six. 

At 254 to 267 sq. ft. (23.6 to 24.8 sqm) including the balcony, these well decorated cabins feature a floor-to-ceiling window which slides open onto a private balcony. They all have double or twin beds, an en suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and safe plus a thermostat to individually control the room’s temperature yourself.

Category B

Aurora Stateroom Twin

These staterooms are located on deck three.

At 186 sq. ft (17.3 sqm)  these well decorated cabins feature porthole windows, from which you can closely observe any nearby wildlife. They all have twin beds, an en suite bathroom, flat-screen TV and safe plus a thermostat to individually control the room’s temperature yourself.

Aurora Stateroom Twin

Facilities

  • Changing room to take off gear after shore exploring
  • Lounge and lecture theatre with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Lectures by expedition experts
  • 2 bars with mixologists 
  • Dining room for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Small gift shop for you to buy souvenirs and keepsakes to take home 
  • Library with sitting area
  • Wellness area including a gym, jacuzzi and sauna 
  • Observation deck at the bow of the ship to see the wildlife
  • Small medical clinic with a doctor to assist you
  • Lift from deck three to eight

Deck Plan

Deck three will be where we will start and end our shore excursions. With a changing room, two zodiac-launching platforms and an activity launching platform, the excitement of the day to come will start here. There are also Aurora Staterooms on this deck, so your warm cabin won’t be far away.

Deck four houses Balcony Staterooms only, with a lift between decks three and eight, so you will have peace and quiet after a busy day.

Deck five has a dining area, bar and private restaurant, which can be pre-booked at reception at an additional cost if you would like to celebrate a special occasion. Enjoy the finest hospitality on board, starting with the captain’s welcome, and a range of different menu options, plus complimentary tea, coffee and snacks. House wine, beers and soft drinks are included with dinner. On the last day of your cruise, there is a four-course dinner with cocktails.

There is also a lounge and lecture theatre at the bow of the ship, offering lectures from expedition experts while giving great views of the natural beauty outside. With viewing platforms just outside, there is so much to discover aboard the MS Greg Mortimer. 

Deck six houses Balcony Staterooms only, with a lift between decks three and eight, so you will have peace and quiet after a busy day.

Deck seven holds the library, gym and spa facilities, giving plenty of choice for relaxation. An observation deck is also located at the bow on deck seven, perfect for photographing the surrounding scenery.

Deck eight has a bar with an observation lounge, a fantastic place to watch the sun set over the icebergs of the Arctic ocean. 

Please note that the private restaurant is open to the discretion of the Hotel Manager.

Available Holidays