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251ft 4in (76.6m)
42ft 8in (13m)
14ft 9in (4.50m)
Year of Launch:
Exterior Designer:
Pierre Jacques Kubis
Hull Construction:
Hull Configuration:
Full Displacement
Cabin Configuration:
8 Cabins
Number of Guests:
Number of Crew:


Main Engines:

4 x Caterpillar C32,
2 x Caterpillar 18
4,000KW Diesel-Electric
Cruising Speed:
11 knots
Zero Speed Stabilized
Gross Register Tons:
2,198 tons

Water Sports


Wajer 37
Zodiac Mil-pro tenders
AKA F53 Ribs
Landing barge
Osprey 37 tender
Kayaks 1 & 2 pax
Canoes 1 & 2 pax

Yersin Key Features

  • Ice classed for an ice thickness up to 40cm
  • Polar Code compliant
  • Withstands temperatures from -20°c to +50°c
  • 12,000 nautical range
  • Exceptional sea worthiness and stability with two pairs of zero-speed stabilizers
  • Comprehensive range of functional tenders
  • Dedicated dive centre with Air & Nitrox capabilities
  • Guest spa with gym, hot tub, massage room, hairdressing room and Hammam
  • Guest elevator to all decks
  • Owner's stateroom with private deck forward and recessed balconies.

Cruising schedule

  • Nord-Est Greenland - September 2021
  • Central America - November 2021
  • Antarctic Peninsula - December 2021
  • Great southern loop - January 2022
  • Chileans Fjords - February 2022
  • Marquises Islands - April 2022
  • Kiribati - May 2022
  • Micronesia - June 2022
  • Guam & Mariannes - June 2022
  • Japanese Island - June 2022
  • Kurils & Okhotsk - July 2022
  • Kamchatka - August 2022
  • Wrangel - August 2022
  • North West Passage - August 2022

The vessel has availability in the Antarctic Peninsula this coming December.

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