The Ships

EZRA

Ezra is a faithful replica of the 19th century pilot cutters of southwest England - and thus a (charmingly beautiful) piece of the living history of shipbuilding. Even under the most adverse conditions, the cutters had to be able to set down pilots on the merchant ships calling at the important ports of England. In heavy seas and strong winds, pilots were particularly in demand, and the pilot cutters that brought them to their workplaces had to be able to cope with these harsh conditions.
That is why they are still one of the most seaworthy vessels ever built - and that is why owner and skipper Ron Pfister chose this very type of vessel.
Technical data
Year of construction: 2006
Passengers: 4
Personnel: 3
Length: 17,5 m
width: 4,1 m
Draught: 2,5 m
Ice class: ice reinforced
Speed: max. 8-10 knots
Bordlanguage: German, English
Board currency: EUR (no card payment possible); all drinks included; various merchandising items can be purchased on board
Doctor on board: no
Sockets: international (17 countries - Europe, North America, Asia); voltage 240 V
An ice-strengthened hull and an experienced crew make your Polar expedition a truly deep, unforgettable and safe experience.
Services included in the price:
- All meals on board, incl. tea/coffee during 24 hours.
- All Zodiac Land Excursions
- Popular scientific lectures on board and ashore
- Detailed travel documentation
- harbour taxes