MV Sea Adventurer
|Name:||1975–1997: Alla Tarasova
1997–2012: Clipper Adventurer
2012–present: Sea Adventurer
|Owner:||International Shipping Partners|
|Port of registry:||1975–1992: Murmansk Soviet Union
1992–1997: Murmansk Russia
1998–2012: Nassau Bahamas
|Identification:||Call sign: C6PG6
IMO number: 7391422
MMSI number: 309997000
|General characteristics (Refitted in 1998)|
|Length:||100.58 m (330.0 ft)|
|Beam:||16.31 m (53.5 ft)|
|Draught:||4.72 m (15.5 ft)|
|Propulsion:||2 MAN B&W diesel propulsion engines rated approx 2,640 SHP each
500 HP bowthruster
controllable pitch propellers
MV Sea Adventurer is an ice-capable expedition cruise ship operating commercial voyages to both polar regions, with Quark Expeditions of Norwalk, CT, USA. The vessel was renamed on 1st October 2012, having previously been registered as the "Clipper Adventurer". She is the sister ship to the MV Lyubov Orlova. Built in 1975 in the former Yugoslavia as the Alla Tarasova, she underwent an $13 million refit in 1998.
During the summer of 2009 Adventure Canada of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada carried passengers through the North West passage on the Clipper Adventurer.
On 27 August 2010, the Clipper Adventurer ran aground of a supposedly uncharted rock in the waters of Nunavut's Coronation Gulf during a cruise. It was later found that the rock was indeed a known hazard and had already been properly reported by the Canadian Hydrographic Service.
- Photos from shipspotting.com
- Quark Expeditions
- Nunatsiaq Online (September 2010). "Clipper Adventurer ran into a charted hazard expert says". Retrieved 2010-09-04.
- CBC News (August 2010). "Cruise ship stranded in Nunavut". Retrieved 2010-08-29.
- Marine Log (September 2010). "Resolve Marine Group starts Clipper Adventurer salvage". Retrieved 2010-09-03.