Sea Endurance (Quest)

History:
The Sea Endurance (former Quest) was built in Denmark in 1992 and initially operated as a ferry on the West coast of Greenland. She was completely refurbished in 2004/2005 started her career as an expedition vessel. The ship mainly cruises in Norway and Svalbard.
Technical description:
Lenght: 45 m
Width: 11 m
Draft: 3.50 m
Speed: 9 knots
Accommodation: 53 passengers 26 cabins
Crew members: 25
Zodiacs: 5
Ice class: 1D (1B hull)
Flag: Bahamas
Bar, library, panorama loundge, restaurant, wide open decks
Sea Endurance in Spitsbergen
Cabin details:
Sea Endurance takes 53 passengers in 26 cabins, all have outside views, individually controlled heating and air-conditioning, private shower and toilet. They are well designed with typical Scandinavian light woods and pleasing colours. The superior grade cabins on decks 3 and 4 are spacious and have a seating area. The owner’s cabin on deck 4 has 2 armchairs and a small table, and 2 large picture windows to enjoy views.

• Triple cabin (x4): upper/lower beds (deck 3)
• Twin cabin (x13): 2 twin beds (deck 3)
• Twin cabin Plus (x2): 2 twin beds (deck 3)
• Double cabin (x2): double bed (deck 3)
• Double cabin Superior (x4): large double bed (deck 3 and 4)
• Owner’s cabin (x1): large double bed (deck 4)

Sea Endurance deck plan
Our opinion on this vessel:
There are less than five vessel carrying between 40 and 60 passengers in the expedition cruise market and Sea Endurance is one of these. A very comfortable ship with panorama lounge and great outside decks at the front, on the sides and on the back. You will really like the atmosphere on board Quest and the scandinavian touch and experience!