Ushuaia

  • Exterior View

    Ushuaia | Exterior View
  • A Cabin

    Ushuaia | A Cabin
  • B Cabin

    Ushuaia | B Cabin
  • C Cabin

    Ushuaia | C Cabin
  • Superior Cabin

    Ushuaia | Superior Cabin
  • Suite

    Ushuaia | Suite
  • Dining Room

    Ushuaia | Dining Room
  • Bar/Lounge

    Ushuaia | Bar Lounge
  • Lecture Room

    Ushuaia | Lecture Room
  • Bridge

    Ushuaia | Bridge
  • Gift Shop

    Ushuaia | Gift Shop
  • Coffee Station

    Ushuaia | Coffee Station


Type: Expedition Cruise Ship

Length: 278 ft.

Passengers: 88


Originally built for the U.S. government agency NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), the polar vessel Ushuaia offers the perfect combination of technology and comfort for adventurers exploring the remote beauties of Antarctica. With its expert crew and seasoned team of naturalists and expedition leaders, the Ushuaia is an ideal base for forays into Earth’s last frontier.

The Ushuaia offers ample deck space and an open bridge policy to allow passengers to take in the polar landscapes around them. It also features a full set of Zodiac and RIB landing craft, for those wanting to get closer to Antarctica’s delicate and exotic wildlife. Add to all this the ship’s numerous amenities scattered over four decks, and its abundant educational programs on nature in the Antarctic, and the result is a floating platform for adventurers into one of the most extreme climates on Earth.

Cabins

The Ushuaia’s 46 cabins come in standard single, superior single, twin, superior twin, and suite sizes. Some feature shared bathrooms, while others have private baths. All cabins feature comfortable berths, hair dryers, individual heating, and daily maid service. There is also ample storage space on every deck.

Common Areas

The Ushaia’s public spaces are comfortable and designed to reinforce a sense of community on board the ship. They include a large dining room serving local specialties, as well as a bar stocked with fine wines and spirits. When the time comes to learn about the geology and animals of Antarctica, passengers can do so in the observation lounge, where guides use up-to-date multimedia equipment to present lectures on the seventh continent, or they can peruse the well-stocked library, with its fascinating books on polar ecosystems. Finally, upon returning from their adventure, the gift shop stocks a variety of souvenirs, as well as sundry items for on-board use.

Itinerary Maps

 

Classic Antarctica Aboard the Ushuaia Itinerary Map

Classic Antarctica 11 D/10 N

Deck Plan and Technical Specifications

 

Ushuaia Deck Plan


Year Built 1970
Port of Embarkation Ushuaia, Argentina
Vessel’s Registry Union of Comoros
Type of Vessel Expedition Cruise Ship
Ice Class INSB Ice class C
Length 278 ft. / 84.73 Meters
Beam 51 ft. / 15.41 Meters
Draft 18 ft. / 5.48 Meters
Engine 3 ALCO 1600 HP each
Cruising Speed 12 Knots
Crew Members 38

Tours Featuring the Ushuaia

 

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