Relaxed and informal atmosphere with a focus on the destination
Formerly known as M/S Sea Endurance, the expedition ship Quest was built in Denmark in 1992 to serve as a ferry on Greenland`s west coast. In 2004/2005 she was completely refurbished and now has a career as a small and comfortable expedition ship.
Quest takes 53 passengers in 26 cabins, all with sea-view and private facilities. Travelling on this small expedition ship offers a more relaxed and informal atmosphere and a much greater focus on the destination that is the case with larger vessels. Quest cruises to Spitsbergen and Svalbard and occasionally to Greenland. See the departures tab for more information.
In the dining room, you are treated to delicious meals in between landings and in the panorama lounge, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the surrounding landscape. Here you can listen to entertaining lectures on the area's flora, fauna, and history. In the lounge, you also find a well-stocked bar and a small library. The ship has spacious observation decks where you can enjoy the beautiful vistas and search for exciting wildlife.
Photos on this page copyright: Johanna Vakkila, Olle Carlsson, Jonas Sundquist, Ronald Visser, JP Lahall, Vera Simonsson
The triple cabins on deck three have upper and lower berths. All other cabins have two lower berths or a double bed. In your cabin, you also find a desk with chair and storage space for clothes and equipment. The superior cabins on deck three and four are spacious and have a separate sitting area and TV/DVD. The Owner's cabin, next to the Captain`s cabin, on deck four, has a double bed, two large picture windows, a small sitting area and TV/DVD.
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