No stranger to the Arctic waters, POLARFRONT is a former weather ship for the Norwegian state turned expedition yacht that now weaves her way through the northernmost fjords, revealing the secrets of these remote coastlines to the lucky few who step aboard.
Refitted to modern-day yacht standards, POLARFRONT still retains her soul as she plays host to a Météo France weather station, constantly emitting data that feeds meteorological databases worldwide. True to her heritage, her new engines to be installed winter 2024 will reduce the environmental impact and fuel consumption by over 40%, also increasing safety and comfort onboard.
Eight generous cabins lower deck accommodate up to 12 guests, welcomed by a skilful crew of 11, including two expert guides and a talented French chef.
The Coriolis Lounge is the centre of life onboard, where guests can socialise and attend conferences presented by expert guides or naturalists. POLARFRONT’s fitness room and a library dedicated to maritime and polar literature enhance her array of onboard amenities. After an adventurous day, guests can relax in the free-standing hot tub on the deck or in the sauna.
An arctic voyage onboard POLARFRONT is a once-in- a-lifetime experience encompassing remote adventure, spectacular wildlife, gastronomic cuisine, and educational insights.