Scenic Eclipse

Polar Tracks Expeditions

Scenic Eclipse I & II


About the Ship

Scenic Eclipse I & II are two world-class Discovery Yachts offering a 6-star ultra-luxury cruise experience. Scenic Eclipse I was built in 2019 (refurbished 2021) while Scenic Eclipse II set sail to polar waters in 2023. 

In addition to landings, Zodiac cruising, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding, Scenic Eclipse offers helicopter and submarine experiences for its most intrepid expeditioners. Scenic Neptune provides a unique underwater experience exploring crystal clear waters while two start-of-the-art helicopters offer outstanding visibility with a large wrap-around windscreen and wide windows. 

A 20-member Specialist Polar Discovery Team provides a lecture and education program.

  • Passenger Capacity: 200
  • 7 person mini-submarine
  • Two helicopters
  • 1 camera-equipped ROV
  • All-inclusive luxury
  • 10 dining options
  • 9 bars & lounges
  • Fully accessible with elevators
  • 24 hour room service
  • Mud Room
  • Wellness Complex including yoga & pilates
  • Oversized stabilizers
  • Expedition parka & water bottle to keep
  • Rubber boots to borrow
  • Ice Class: PC6 (1A)

Why We Like Scenic Eclipse I & II


    Offering an unrivaled 10 dining experiences, immerse yourself in a multicultural culinary adventure from contemporary French fine dining to your favorite fillet of steak.


    One of very few operators boasting helicopter and submarine experiences, Scenic Eclipse provides a truly unique expedition experience in the polar regions.


    Therapeutic jacuzzis and wellness areas, complete with indoor and outdoor vitality pools, temperature-controlled plunge pools, steam rooms, relaxation lounges and specialist shower experiences.


    When the mood strikes to dine in the privacy of your suite, your butler can arrange everything. Choose from the 24-hour in-suite dining menu.

Photos of Scenic Eclipse I & II


Insider Advice

We’re a different kind of agency. We work on the ships, with the teams, and are currently active in the polar regions. Our insider advice is truly that – straight from the field – and it’s updated in real time if things change.