Alaska Cruises, Catalyst

M/V Catalyst

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Alaska Cruises, Catalyst

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M/V Catalyst was the first oceanographic research vessel in 1932. The vessel was designed by Roland and Strickland, prominent Seattle naval architects and recently has been restored to her original purpose, learning about the oceanic world.

The design of Catalyst was largely based on the experiences of the university's scientists who had suffered through many research expeditions aboard poorly equipped converted fishing boats. As a result of her careful design, Catalyst rolled down the ways on her launching day as the most state-of-the-art research vessel of her time.

The Catalyst is a classic historic wooden cruiser with a warm and casual ambiance. With an itinerary with less actual cruising time, there is plenty of time for hiking, sea kayaking or just plain relaxing on board.

ACCOMMODATION

The vessel accommodate just 12 guests in 6 cabins. All with private facilities, private entry from outside of pilot house,private head and shower, drawers and storage space, bookshelf, opening porthole and windows.

PUBLIC AREAS

SPECIFICATIONS

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RATES DECK/CABIN

Category 1

$. 3,025

Category 2

$. 3,325

Category 3

$. 3,875

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