Hebridean Sky

Hebridean Sky

The Hebridean Sky was built in Italy, it underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment in Sweden in the spring of 2016 before being relaunched as the MS Hebridean Sky. This small, all-suite expedition vessel offers an atmosphere of charm and elegance and exclusive base for adventurous Antarctic exploration. The vessel has the capacity to accommodate 100 passengers in the spacious well-designed suites that are spread over 5 decks, with lifts between the decks. All suites boasts outside views, en-suite bathrooms and a sitting area, with some suites featuring private balconies. The suites are equipped with mini-fridge, flat-screen TV, telephone, electronic safe, hairdryer and individually controlled heating and air-conditioning. The public areas include the main lounge fitted with the highest standard presentation equipment including multiple screens, club lounge with bar, library containing reference books and computers with complimentary internet access, spacious dining room, observation area, sundeck, boot room and clinic with doctor. There is a hairdresser on board and the ship operates an open bridge policy allowing you to interact with the navigating crew. With its ice-strengthened hull and roll stabilizers to minimize the ship’s motion, combined with high quality service and attention to detail.

Technical Specifications
Length
90.6 metres
Breadth
15.3 metres
Draught
5.14 metres
MaxSpeed
14 knots
CruisingSpeed
12.5 knots
Passengers
114 (70 crew)
ZodiacsRibs
8 zodiacs
ElectricalOutlets
110 V
Classification
Ice Strengthened
IceClass
1C