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Aurora Expeditions

At Aurora Expeditions wilderness is a passion they share with others by taking small groups of like-minded people to some of the most isolated places on our planet. From the polar regions of Antarctica and High Arctic to the wilds of Costa Rica, Scotland, Patagonia and more, Aurora Expeditions aims to create special expedition-style cruises that foster an understanding and appreciation of our natural world.

The Australian-owned adventure company was initially established in the early 1990┬╣s by adventures Greg Mortimer and Margaret Werner when they began sharing their love of remote places by organising ship-based trips for keen friends and fellow travellers. Their style to push the boundaries┬╣ has remained unchanged and they are proud of the fact that their spirit of adventure and exploration is as strong as ever. Their adventure activities are proof of this; with many of their voyages offering polar scuba diving, sea kayaking, camping and mountain climbing.

Deeply committed to education and preservation of the environment, Aurora Expeditions were the founding member of both the International Association of Antarctic Tour Operators (IAATO) and the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO). All their voyages have expert expedition staff who will help to unlock the wonders of these special places.

Ship Data

Cruise Line
Aurora Expeditions

Ship Profile & Stats

56 m
Passenger Capacity (dbl)

Ship Amenities

  • 110-volt, US-style outlets
  • Air Conditioning

Ship Facilities

  • Bar
  • Business Centre
  • Dining Room
  • Fitness Room
  • Gift Shop
  • Library
  • Lounge
  • Spa
  • Sun Deck
Level Name & Map
01 Main Deck
02 Cabin Deck
03 Boat Deck
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