Tackle the some of the world’s most remote and fascinating places in style and comfort.

The Panorama offers the highest standard of accommodation, comfort and safety – perfect for your adventure in remote Iceland. Rebuilt in 2001 and renovated in 2014, this three-masted, state-of-the-art Motor Sailer can reach a cruising speed of 11 knots and accommodate up to 49 guests.  A smaller group size means you get a more personal level of service. We believe great food is an essential part of a holiday, so the onboard menu reflects your destination. As a smaller ship, we provide a greener way to travel; the Panorama generates less waste and has a smaller footprint. We’re also able to dock in smaller ports and drop anchor wherever we want, taking you to the heart of the destination.

Ship features

The 54-metre (177-foot) Panorama features a spacious indoor lounge – outfitted with a library and incredible floor-to-ceiling windows – and an outdoor lounge with a bar. This mean there’s plenty of space to unwind and get to know your fellow travellers, regardless of weather conditions. Meals are served in the large indoor dining area on the main deck. A furnished sundeck is a fantastic spot to take in the views.

Onboard Inclusions

•    Service of one or two local tour leaders (depending on passenger number)
•    Minimum of two meals daily prepared by your chef
•    Fully stocked bar with professional bartender (charges apply)
•    Full daily cabin service
•    Evening turn down service
•    Beach towels
•    Wi-Fi (charges apply)
•    Laundry service (charges apply)

Rooms

All cabins on the Panorama come equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Each room has an ensuite bathroom stocked with basic toiletries and a hairdryer. There’s individually controlled air conditioning if you need to cool down, a mini-fridge, television, internal telephone and a safe box. All plugs are 220 volts, 2-pin European-type plugs, so remember an adaptor if necessary.

Category A Cabins (Upper deck Premium twin): upper deck option

•    Location: upper deck, midships
•    Size: 12.5 square metres
•    Windows: three windows out to the upper deck
•    Bed: two twin (lower berth) beds

Category A Cabins (Main deck Premium twin/ Main deck Premium double): main deck option

•    Location: main deck forward
•    Size: 11.5–12.5 square metres
•    Windows: two windows out to promenade deck
•    Bed: either two twin (lower berths) or one double bed. Cabin 3 (twin) has an internal door to cabin 5 (double) to create a family suite.

Category B Cabins (Lower deck double): double bed option

•    Location: lower deck, midships
•    Size: 12 square metres
•    Windows: porthole
•    Bed: one double bed

Category B Cabins (Lower deck twin): twin bed option

•    Location: lower deck, midships
•    Size: 11.5–12 square metres 
•    Windows: porthole
•    Bed: two lower berths. Some cabins have a pull down upper bunk to accommodate a third person.

Category C Cabins (Lower deck standard double): standard double option

•    Location: lower deck at the bow
•    Size: 11 square metres
•    Windows: porthole
•    Bed: One double bed

Category C Cabins (Lower deck standard twin): standard twin option

•    Location: lower deck at the stern
•    Size: 11.5 square metres
•    Windows: porthole
•    Bed: two lower berths

Deckplan

Red: Category A

Blue: Category B

Yellow: Category C

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