Island Sky

Island Sky

Built in 1992 and recently refurbished, the Island Sky is a comfortable and contemporary expedition vessel. Public spaces include a large lounge, elegant bar with piano, library stocked with fiction and reference books along with a selection of games, and a single-seating dining room. Outside decks feature a bar, spa pool, and a sun deck where meals are served in pleasant weather. All suites feature ocean views, a sitting area, en suite bathroom, large wardrobes, small refrigerator, and television.

Ship Details & Deck Plan

Tonnage:
4,200
Year Built:
1992
Year Refurbished:
2011
Number of Guests:
100
Number of Crew:
72
Registry:
Bahamas
Island Sky Deck Plan

Upcoming Expeditions

  • The Fabled Adriatic

    May 30June 11, 2016

    Your Adriatic and Ionian sea odyssey spans the millennia, from Paleothic times to Roman conquest, Byzantine era to Venetian dominance; pause to reflect on the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque treasures that we’ll discover.

  • Istanbul, Turkey

    Circumnavigation of the Black Sea

    October 4October 18, 2016

    Centuries of history and architecture come to life as you discover the countries surrounding the Black Sea—Turkey, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria—and its busy bazaars, archeological treasures, and stunning landscapes.

  • Poland

    Baltic Odyssey: Germany, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania & Sweden

    July 14July 24, 2017

    Follow in the historic footsteps of explorers as you cruise down the legendary Thames River to the North Sea. Discover the scenic beauty of Bornholm Island; visit Visby, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and once trading center of the Hanseatic League; and enjoy a daylight transit of the 61-mile Kiel Canal.

  • St. Petersburg, Russia

    Baltic Odyssey: Sweden, Latvia, Estonia, Russia & Finland

    July 21July 30, 2017

    Discover the Hanseatic legacy of Riga, Tallinn, and Stockholm, all with rows of merchant houses, charming cobblestone streets, and medieval market squares. Spend two days in magnificent St. Petersburg, and visit Turku, Finland’s oldest city and historic capital.