Ocean Explorer

The INFINITY CLASS vessels are 104,4 m long and 18,4 m wide, small enough to give an exclusive atmosphere, large enough to yield all expected services and facilities. They can be individually adapted, according to operator's specifications.

Vessel type

Cruise

Design

CX103

Built by

China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI), China

Year

2021

Owned by

Ocean Explorer

Designed by

Ulstein Design & Solutions AS

Ordered by

SunStone Ships Inc

Operated by

Vantage Cruise Line

IMO Number

9883194

Principal dimensions

Length:
104.4 m
Beam:
18.4 m
Draught (max):
5.3 m
Speed (max):
15.5 kn
Accommodation:
130-200 PAX
Accommodation:
300 POB

Note: Subject to selected variant configuration

Capacities

DWT approx (draught 5.1m):
1,000 t
DWT approx (draught 5.3 m):
1,450 t

Classifications

  • 1A, Passenger Ship, POLAR CAT-B, +HULL, +MACH, INWATERSURVEY, Polar Class 6, ICE CLASS IA, Comf-Noise-Pax 1, Comf-Noise-Crew 3, CLEANSHIP, AUT-UMS, MON-SHAFT, LI-HG-S2, SEEMP, Unrestricted Navigation, SRP

Featured solutions

The flexible design of the INFINITY class series opens up to new possibilities for every new vessel. The 'Ocean Explorer' is vessel number four, and will be operated by Vantage Cruise Line. The 'Ocean Explorer' stands out from vessel number 1, the 'Greg Mortimer' by having an infinity pool installed on deck 7. Furthermore, and novel for this vessel, is a unique entrance atrium on deck 4 and 5 in way of main passenger entrance port and starboard. Another feature is an atrium forward consisting of a two-level lounge with piano bar and panoramic bow windows.

Like her sister vessels in this series, she is carrying the patented Ulstein feature, the ULSTEIN X-BOW®.

Ship history

A long-term charter contract has been signed for the 'Ocean Explorer', with the first sailing scheduled to depart from Hong Kong in 2021.

Contract signed: February 2019

Steel cutting: 5 September 2019

Keel laid: 16 December 2019

Launch ceremony: 12 August 2020

Sea trial: February 2021

Delivery: 13 July 2021

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