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Antarctica Peninsula Cruise
Ushuaia, Argentina — 13 Days
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On our way south we will sail to Orne Islands with large colonies of Chinstrap Penguins and a beautiful view across the Gerlache Strait or to Cuverville Island, a small precipitous island, nestled between the mountains of the Antarctic Peninsula and Danco Island.
Antarctica: Photo Safari
Neko Harbor, Antarctica — 15 Days
Take the photos of a lifetime while following in the wake of Magellan, Drake, Darwin and Amundsen through the Magellan Strait, Beagle Channel and across the Drake Passage to the bottom of the world. Land on Cape Horn and when opportunities arise, you can paddle kayaks, take unforgettable hikes, observe penguins, seals and other fauna, and participate in naturalist-led programming.
Fly in Antarctica
King George Island — 7 Days
You’re ready to explore King George Island and the Antarctic Peninsula—and no Drake Passage crossings are required! With a spectacular aerial view, included charter flights between Punta Arenas and Antarctica have you experiencing the majesty of the 7th continent before transferring you to your ship in no time.
Hands On Antarctica
Antarctic Peninsula — 14 Days
Want to get your hands a little dirty while in Antarctica? This journey offers the opportunity to take part in Sea Bird counts, water samples and weather data collection.
Antarctica — 11 Days
Antarctica - an otherworldly land of icebergs, mountains, snow and penguins! Travel down to the bottom of the world on this 11-day expedition to the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. It is sure to be the ultimate adventure of discovery! Cruise the famous Drake passage, explore the Antarctic Peninsula on foot and by Zodiac, and encounter the wildlife that call this desolate land home. The splendor of this untamed place is sure to reshape the way you see the world.
Water, Wildlife and the Wonders of Antarctica - March 2019
Antarctica — 16 Days
We are so excited to announce our next Antarctic Signature Journey, March 1-16, 2019, with very special guest, Peter Neill, Director of the World Ocean Observatory. This is a special sailing of the M/S Island Sky, a 100 passenger vessel that will focus on marine mammals as they prepare for their long migration north.