Year of Construction
Last Renovation
Maximum Capacity
96 guests

Ship Overview:

The 59-cabin, all-suite Hebridean Sky is a spacious, yet intimate, expedition vessel. After a major refurbishment in 2016 and further enhancements since, she now boasts beautifully-designed public spaces that include a large lounge, elegant club and bar with piano, library, and two outdoor seating areas. All suites have an ocean view and feature a sitting room, en suite bathroom, TV, spacious wardrobes and dressing table. An elevator services all passenger cabin decks. Wifi is available on board, though signal strength varies depending on location and demand. The Hebridean Sky’s chefs prepare quality international meals, predominantly Western-style, served at a single open seating. A friendly crew provides exceptional, personalized service, with more than a 1:2 crew-to-passenger ratio. The ship features advanced satellite navigation and communication equipment, roll stabilizers and a fleet of Zodiac landing craft.


  • Category A, Standard Cabin: Amundsen Deck (Forward), Portholes, 238 sq. ft.
  • Category B, Standard Cabin: Amundsen Deck, Portholes, 238 sq. ft.
  • Category C, Superior Cabin: Byrd Deck, Picture window, 226-241 sq. ft.
  • Category D, Premium Cabin: Mawson Deck, Picture window, 221 sq. ft.
  • Category E, Corner Suite: Mawson Deck, Picture windows, 224 sq. ft.
  • Category F, Deluxe Balcony Suite: Scott Deck, 221 sq. ft., plus 40 sq. ft. balcony
  • Category G, Owner's Corner Balcony Suite: Shackleton Deck, 245 sq. ft., plus 83 sq. ft. balcony
  • Category H, Hebridean Suite: Shackleton Deck, 349 sq ft. plus 83 sq ft. balcony
Deck Plan