Vantage Deluxe World Travel: First-Ever Small Ocean Cruising Vessel

Vantage Cruise Lines is adding its first ocean cruise ship, the Ocean Explorer, to its fleet, marking a milestone in Vantage Deluxe World Travel’s history. Ocean Explorer is schedule to launch in March 2021 for global exploration.

The 170-guest Ocean Explorer offers navigation worldwide with 20 itineraries beginning in Asia, through Europe, a transatlantic passage to North America, down to Central and South America, and down to Antarctica. In addition to expedition cruising amenities, the ship has 77 cabins,15 solo cabins, TriLuxe Suites, multiple staterooms and walk-out balconies. For deeper exploration on the world’s seas, Ocean Explorer also has advanced navigation technology and an ULSTEIN X-BOW design.

“The Ocean Explorer would be catering to those who appreciate casual luxury along with exploration and adventure,” says Henry R. Lewis, Founder & Owner, Vantage Deluxe World Travel, which is why the ship also includes spa amenities, wildlife viewing, gourmet dining and swimming pools.


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Looking ahead, Ocean Explorer’s sister ship, the Ocean Odyssey, is set to launch in 2022.

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