Hebridean Sky



  • Expedition Cruises
  • 114 Passengers 11,14 and 19 night itineraries
  • Full Board

The Hebridean Sky, formerly the Sea Explorer, underwent a 10 million dollar upgrade in April 2016, emerging as the safest and most comfortable ship in her class. It has become known for her effortless elegance, impeccable service and atmosphere of charm and camaraderie. Facilities include state of the art stabilization, fuel efficiency, and upgraded communications systems.

All suites and public spaces have been completely refurbished. She is intimate, comfortable, and stylish, offering the perfect platform for adventure activities, such as camping, kayaking, and Antarctic Citizen Science project.

Guide price per person (2 sharing) £7,554 (10 night cruise inc. domestic flights).


Most expedition cruises depart from Ushuaia in Argentina or Punta Arenas in Chile. There are also some fly-cruise options that avoid the Drake passage crossing. Trips range from 10 to 21 day itineraries. Activities include walks to penguin colonies, kayaking amongst icebergs or a dip in thermal pools. Cruises operate from November to March.