MV Sea Adventurer Antarctica Cruises

11 Days - from AUD$10189 / per person in Triple Share

Countries visited : antarctica

TOTAL DAYS : 11 Days

STARTS IN : Ushuaia

ENDS IN : Ushuaia

Highlights : Antarctica , Melchior Is , Port Lockroy , Peterman and Pleneau Islands , Cuverville and Danco Islands , Deception Island , Half Moon Island , Port Stanley , Elsehul Bay South Georgia , Grytviken South Georgia , King George Is , Elephant Island , Nekko harbour Antarctica

TRANSPORT : Ship

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Crossing the Circle via Falklands and South Georgia: Epic Antarctica; Jan 29 – Feb 20, 2015, Ocean Diamond

Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica Ending In Buenos Aires: Explorers and Kings;Feb 19 – Mar 13, 2015, Sea Adventurer

This Polar Adventure Ship was built in 1975. Sea Adventurer underwent a $13 million conversion in 1998. Her proud reputation is complimented by her well-appointed, elegance. Sea Adventurer is the perfect expedition ship for people who enjoy soft adventures and creature comforts. All cabins have outside views and facilities en suite.

Key Features:
Only 117 guests.
4 partially enclosed lifeboats.
Fleet of Zodiacs for shore transfers.

All cabins have exterior views and facilities en suite.
One dining room with unreserved seating.
Multi-purpose lounge and presentation room.
Expedition Jackets to Keep. Rubber Boots to Use.
Ice-strengthened hull.
Ship Specifications
Staff & Crew: 72
Passengers: 117
Length: 101 m
Breadth: 16 m
Draft: 4.5 m
Propulsion: Diesel Twin Engines – 5200 Horsepower; 500 HP bowthruster; controllable pitch propellers
Ice Class: 1A
Cruising Speed: 12 knots in open water

Cabins and amenities:
61 outside cabins with exterior views and private facilities.
Decks 4 and 5 have exterior access, with outside seating.
Window-lined dining room on Deck 4 with unreserved seating.
Lounge/Presentation Room.
2 bars.
Library.
Gift shop.
24 hour beverage station.
Ship-to-shore satellite communications with email, and wireless, Internet access.
Clinic with licensed doctor.
Exercise room.
Massage therapist.
Ice strengthened hull.
All Departures include an Expedition Jacket (yours to keep) and rubber boots on loan for the duration of your voyage.
Please note: there is no passenger elevator between decks.

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Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica: Ending in Buenos Aires

Day 1 – Ushuaia, Argentina
The Tierra del Fuego archipelago is home to Ushuaia, at the southern tip of Patagonia. This scenic nature lover’s playground has plenty of hiking trails to explore if you need to escape from all the tasty treats on offer at the many bakers, shops, cafés and restaurants in town. Hotel Overnight included.

 

Day 2 – Embarkation Day
This is a day for introductions and getting acquainted with your ship. Meet your fellow shipmates, be introduced to your Expedition Team and snap a few photographs of Ushuaia as you head to sea.

 

Days 3 & 4 – Crossing the Drake Passage
Legendary for its high winds and rolling seas, you may get lucky and have surprisingly calm seas. Spend your time in the lounge or chatting with your fellow travelers. As you develop your sea legs during the crossing, our Expedition Team will begin their series of presentations to help you for your upcoming Zodiac and land excursions. You officially enter Antarctica when the ship crosses the Antarctic Convergence, a biological boundary that fluctuates around 60° south.

 

Days 5 to 8 – South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula
Spellbound, shocked and awe-inspired are common reactions to arriving in Antarctica. The indescribable feeling of stepping foot on this untouched, unique environment is something you’ll remember forever. Antarctica is a land of extremes; at one moment you’ll be overcome with a feeling of complete desolation and silence, at the next moment you’ll be inspired by nature as a calving glacier crashes into the sea or a penguin unwittingly provides comic relief as it waddles by.

 

Your camera will constantly be fixated on Adélie, chinstrap and gentoo penguins, along with Weddell, fur, crabeater and leopard seals. Minke and humpback whales are also commonly sighted in the clear Antarctic waters.

 

When it comes time for an animal break, the Expedition Team will take you on guided hikes to glaciers, research stations and snowy mountains, to help you appreciate the landscape and what it takes to live in such an extreme environment.

 

Days 9 & 10 – At Sea
Your days at sea are enjoyed out on deck or taking in presentations by the Expedition Team.

 

Days 11 to 13 – South Georgia
With a rich history of exploration in the Antarctic, South Georgia has many stories to tell. You’ll learn that the original inhabitants here arrived to hunt whales and fur and elephant seals to perilously low levels, but thankfully populations have rebounded and whaling and sealing ceases to exist today. You will also see many remnants of these days gone by; including several whaling stations and other abandoned outposts.

 

Perhaps the most historic and famous site on the island is the grave of the great explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. You can visit his grave at the settlement of Grytviken, which is also home to a museum, small gift shop, church and an active scientific research station.

 

After that history lesson, you’ll surely be ready for some wildlife encounters. South Georgia is sometimes called the Galapagos of the Poles as it is home to a captivating number of inquisitive and curious creatures. Indeed, the number of animals you’ll see here will rival that of all the other days of your voyage combined.

 

Each landing you make on South Georgia will open your eyes to a new wonder of wildlife; one day may be a beach filled with a hundred thousand pairs of king penguins, the next may present some close encounters with massive elephant seals or the smaller fur seals. Different penguin and bird species utilize the island landscape differently here, making it a fascinating destination teeming with wildlife from the shoreline to the top of the highest grassy hills.

 

Days 14 to 16 – At Sea
The next few days at sea can be as busy or as relaxing as you desire. Go on deck to spot whales and sea birds flying overhead, or attend lectures from our on-board specialists. Whatever you choose, remember to take a moment to reflect on the amazing creatures you’ve met so far.

 

Days 17 & 18 – Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
Upon arrival in the Falklands (Malvinas), you’ll be greeted by abundant wildlife and a feeling of rugged remoteness. The Falkland (Malvinas) archipelago is great for exploring by Zodiac excursions and daily landings so we’ll get to it right away.

 

One landing that will surely stick out in your memory is at Port Stanley. This unique British outpost has a ramshackle charm to it with plenty of churches and museums to explore, as well as some friendly locals willing to chat over a drink at the local pub.

 

If you’re itching for some different wildlife then you’ve seen thus far, then how do magellanic and rockhopper penguins sound? Or, perhaps you’ll even spot some king penguins here as well. Other impressive birds you can expect to see here include black-browed albatross and two endemic bird species: Cobb’s wren and the Falkland’s flightless steamer duck.

 

With such a smattering of interesting flora and fauna in the Falklands (Malvinas), your team of lecturers and specialists will be sure to educate you on your surroundings and answer any questions about the sights and species you’ve seen.

 

Days 19 to 22 – At Sea
It is always a bittersweet moment to turn the ship away from the penguins and icebergs and towards Buenos Aires. As the magical silence of Antarctica fades away, enjoy some final chats with your new friends on the ship and celebrate your successful journey to a land like no other.

 

Day 23 – Disembarkation in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Your journey ends in Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America, and after enjoying a final breakfast aboard the ship, it is time to part ways and say goodbye. We will transfer you to the airport for your homeward flight, or you can continue on your adventure and visit the home of tango.

 

Important reminder: Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy – and excitement – of expedition travel. There are no guarantees that we can achieve everything we set out to accomplish. A measure of flexibility is something all of us must bring to a voyage. There are nearly 200 recognized sites in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands and the places mentioned above may be changed to others equally as interesting.

 

Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent

Day 1 – Ushuaia, Argentina
With a population of more than 63,000 people, Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world. The city has grown over the past few years, yet it has retained an easy going and accessible feel. With the sea to the south and mountains to the north, Ushuaia is a spectacular departure point for your Antarctic cruise. If you arrive early, you can spend some time in the nearby Tierra del Fuego National Park, enjoy some Argentinean wines and barbeques in the city, or visit the many boutique shops and cafes before you leave for your expedition to Antarctica. Hotel Overnight included.

 

Day 2 – Embarkation Day
Embarkation will occur in the late afternoon, after which your vessel will sail down the historic Beagle Channel. This historic channel transects the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the extreme south of South America. Expect an air of excitement as you depart-the next time you see land you’ll be in the world’s most southern continent!

 

Days 3 & 4 – Crossing the Drake Passage
Prepare yourself for potentially rough water, but hope for a smooth sailing as the Drake is unpredictable and always changing. You’ll spend these first days getting to know your shipmates, while we’ll provide safety briefings and insights into what excitement lies ahead.

 

Days 5 to 9 – South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula
When the Antarctic Convergence is left in our wake, you will truly begin your Antarctic adventure. It is perhaps the first sight of land itself that is embraced as the true beginning of any Antarctic expedition. You can begin to appreciate why this region has long captivated the attention of explorers and travelers alike. Every time we visit Antarctica we witness something new or unexpected, meaning your expedition will be unlike any other-creating a unique, personal experience.

 

We will take Zodiac excursions from the ship to explore bays, channels and landing sites each day. With wildlife always at the forefront of our minds you will visit penguin rookeries, scout for humpback and minke whales and search for a number of the southern seal species, including the cunning leopard seal.

 

The majesty of the Peninsula’s mountains will enchant you as you scramble up snowy pathways to vantage points offering you 360° views of your surroundings. One of these in particular, in Orne Harbor, gives the opportunity to visit a chinstrap penguin colony high up on a ridge. Here you’ll have the choice between going for a mountain hike or spending time sitting quietly on a pebbled beach to enjoy the antics of curious penguins. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, participating in the Polar Plunge swim is about as crazy as it gets!

 

Amidst the peaceful silence of Antarctica, noisy interruptions become indelible memories such as penguins squabbling over prized pebbles or the boom and crack of a calving glacier in Neko Harbor. You can make a bit of noise yourself too and listen to the echo of your voice bounce off a giant glacier.

 

Every day will be different, having been carefully crafted by your Expedition Team so as to entertain and educate you about this wonderful part of the world.

 

Days 10 & 11 – Drake Passage to Ushuaia
The journey back across the Drake Passage provides you with some final opportunities to enjoy the crisp Antarctic air. Spend time on the deck watching for seabirds and scouting for whales, enjoy a few final presentations by your Expedition Team or simply relax and reminisce about your experiences.

 

Day 12 – Disembarkation in Ushuaia, Argentina
You will arrive in Ushuaia in the morning for you to continue your adventure on land or catch your flights home.

 

Antarctic Express: Cruise South, Fly North

Day 1 – Ushuaia, Argentina
This quaint city at the southernmost tip of South America is your gateway to Antarctica. The city itself provides a wide range of jewelry shops, cafes, gear shops and restaurants to explore before your voyage. Outside the city, snow-capped mountains and hiking in Tierra del Fuego National Park offer ample adventure activities if you enjoy exploring nature. Hotel Overnight included.

 

Day 2 – Embarkation Day
You embark in the afternoon, with a journey through the picturesque Beagle Channel. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled and be out on deck, as the channel is home to a wide variety of wildlife including seabirds and seals. Rainbows are common here too, creating a great photography opportunity to kick off the start to your Antarctic adventure.

 

Days 3 & 4 – Crossing the Drake Passage
Legendary for its high winds and rolling seas, you may get lucky and have surprisingly calm seas. Spend your time in the lounge or chatting with your fellow travelers. As you develop your sea legs during the crossing, our Expedition Team will begin their series of presentations to help prepare you for your upcoming Zodiac and land excursions. You officially enter Antarctica when your ship crosses the Antarctic Convergence, a biological boundary that fluctuates around 60° south.

 

Days 5 to 7 – Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands
Icebergs are the first attractions that welcome you to Antarctica. Massive floating bergs become more common as you get closer to land and you catch your first glimpse of the Peninsula, with its grand snow-covered mountains. In addition to spotting icebergs, you’ll likely spot Adelie penguins chilling out on ice floes and minke or humpback whales feeding and swimming in the frigid waters.

 

As soon as possible, the Zodiacs will be readied for your first landing in the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula. Experiencing this immense wilderness up close for the first time can be a numbing experience. The silence is great, the vastness is even greater. Thankfully the noisy locals – penguins and seals – are there to remind you that this wonderful landscape isn’t just a dream.

 

Your Expedition Team will monitor the ice and weather conditions to determine which landing sites we can be visited. With many sites to choose from, each expedition presents new opportunities for exploring the white continent by Zodiac and land. Swimming in Antarctica is perhaps the most adventurous option to tempt you, by taking a polar plunge in the water at Neko Harbor.

 

A typical day in this wildlife wonderland will be spent listening to calving glaciers at Petermann Island, watching penguins waddle around a beach, or taking a hike atop a hill for a panoramic view of Port Lockroy. Whatever you prefer, the photographic opportunities are endless.

 

Day 8 – Disembarkation and Fly to Punta Arenas, Chile
As the ship turns north, you’ll say goodbye to the penguins, as well as many of your shipmates. With only the Drake Passage ahead, you’ll disembark and enjoy a bit of time on King George Island before flying off to Punta Arenas, Chile. Once you’re in Punta Arenas, we’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel, where you’re free to explore and enjoy a final dinner out.

 

Day 9: Depart for Home
After breakfast, you are free to continue on your own travels or make your way to the Punta Arenas airport for your homeward flights.

 

Note:
This itinerary includes one pre-expedition hotel night accommodation in Ushuaia and one post-expedition hotel night in Punta Arenas.

 

Antarctic Express: Cruise South, Fly North

Day 1 – Ushuaia, Argentina
This quaint city at the southernmost tip of South America is your gateway to Antarctica. The city itself provides a wide range of jewelry shops, cafés, gear shops and restaurants to explore before your voyage. Outside the city, snow-capped mountains and hiking in Tierra del Fuego National Park offer ample adventure activities if you enjoy exploring nature.

 

Day 2 – Embarkation Day
You will embark in the afternoon, with a journey through the picturesque Beagle Channel. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled and be out on deck, as the channel is home to a wide variety of wildlife including seabirds and seals. Rainbows are common here too, creating a great photographic opportunity to kick off the start to your Antarctic adventure.

 

Days 3 & 4 – Crossing the Drake Passage
Legendary for its high winds and rolling seas, you may get lucky and have surprisingly calm seas. Spend your time in the lounge or chatting with your fellow travelers. As you develop your sea legs during the crossing, our Expedition Team will begin their series of presentations to help prepare you for your upcoming Zodiac and land excursions. You officially enter Antarctica when your ship crosses the Antarctic Convergence, a biological boundary that fluctuates around 60° south.

 

Days 5 to 8 – Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands
Icebergs are the first attractions that welcome you to Antarctica. Massive floating bergs become more common as you get closer to land and you catch your first glimpse of the Peninsula, with its grand snow-covered mountains. In addition to spotting icebergs, you’ll likely spot Adélie penguins chilling out on ice floes and minke or humpback whales feeding and swimming in the frigid waters.

 

As soon as possible, the Zodiacs will be readied for your first landing in the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula. Experiencing this immense wilderness up close for the first time can be a numbing experience. The silence is great, the vastness is even greater. Thankfully the noisy locals – penguins and seals – are there to remind you that this wonderful landscape isn’t just a dream.

 

Your Expedition Team will monitor the ice and weather conditions to determine which landing sites can be visited. With many sites to choose from, each expedition presents new opportunities for exploring the white continent by Zodiac and land. Swimming in Antarctica is perhaps the most adventurous option to tempt you, by taking a Polar Plunge in the water at Neko Harbor!

 

A typical day in this wildlife wonderland will be spent listening to calving glaciers at Petermann Island, watching penguins waddle around a beach, or taking a hike atop a hill for a panoramic view of Port Lockroy. Whatever you prefer, the photographic opportunities are endless

 

Day 9 – Disembarkation and Fly to Punta Arenas
As the ship turns north, you’ll say goodbye to the penguins, as well as many of your shipmates. With only the Drake Passage ahead, you’ll disembark and enjoy a bit of time on King George Island before flying off to Punta Arenas, Chile. Once you’re in Punta Arenas, we’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel, where you’re free to explore and enjoy a final dinner out.

 

Day 10 – Depart for Home
After breakfast, you will make your own way to the Punta Arenas airport for your homeward flight or continue on with your other adventures.

 

Note:
This itinerary includes one pre-expedition hotel night accommodation in Ushuaia and one post-expedition hotel night in Punta Arenas.

 

Crossing the Circle via Falkland Is. – Epic Antarctica

 

Day 1 – Ushuaia, Argentina
Nestled within the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, Ushuaia offers a surprising number of shops, museums, cafes and restaurants. Great Argentinean steak and seafood abound, as does plenty of tasty chocolate to enjoy after you work up an appetite by exploring the nearby mountains or national park. Hotel overnight included.

 

Day 2 – Embarkation Day
As we embark, the anticipation and excitement grows for what lies ahead. As every Antarctic adventure presents new opportunities and experiences, embarkation day is just as exciting for your Expedition Team as it is for you. They’re onboard to ensure your comfort and safety, as well as help make wildlife dreams come true.

 

Day 3 – At Sea
There are many activities to keep you engaged while we’re at sea. You can take advantage of the library of books available on your ship, hang out at the bar chatting to other travelers or spend time out on deck, admiring the sea. Your Expedition Team will also conduct a series of presentations to familiarize yourself with how to prepare for Zodiac cruises and shore landings.

 

Days 4 & 5 – Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
The Falkland archipelago contains two main islands, East and West, which we will be explored by Zodiac excursions and daily landings. These rugged islands have a frontier feel to them, especially at Port Stanley, the largest settlement on the islands. It’s an interesting British outpost-type place, where you may just as easily wander into a pub as you will a church or museum.

 

With your camera at hand, our wildlife sightings in the Falklands (Malvinas) should include at least three species of penguins and two endemic bird species-Cobb’s wren and the Falkland’s flightless steamer duck.

 

Your team of lecturers and specialists will be sure to educate you on the local flora and fauna so that you have the most memorable time in the Falklands (Malvinas).

 

Days 6 & 7 – At Sea
En-route to South Georgia you’ll cross the invisible biological boundary unique to Antarctica – the Antarctic Convergence. This meeting of oceans is what creates the abundance of krill and marine life that attracts large cetaceans, such as humpback whales.

 

Days 8 to 11 – South Georgia
Evidence of the old whaling and sealing heydays is still found throughout the island. You’ll be surprised to learn that the whale and seal populations were once decimated here, as today their populations are strong, with massive rookeries to be seen.

 

One significant and historic site that will be of interest is the grave of the great explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. His grave at the settlement of Grytviken, which is also home to an old whaling station and a research station, is a day for reflecting on what it must have been like to be one of the first explorers to this unforgiving, yet beautiful environment.

 

While South Georgia’s history is an important attraction to the islands, it is the wildlife on South Georgia that you and your shipmates will likely find most captivating. Often referred to as the ‘Galapagos of the Poles’, South Georgia contains an exceptional quantity of wildlife. Each landing you make on South Georgia will open your eyes to a new wonder of wildlife. One day you may see rookeries with a hundred thousand pairs of king penguins waddling on the beach. The next day we may visit another beach with thousands of fur or elephant seals.

 

The grasses, mountains and beaches of South Georgia all play an important role in the breeding and survival of different bird and animal species. Your Expedition Team will be happy to share their knowledge of how these vulnerable relationships all play out on the island.

 

Days 12 & 13 – At Sea
Antarctica awaits, along with its own penguin and seal species. While you’re at sea, you can enjoy some quiet time or take in presentations by the Expedition Team, which will cover everything from the history and geology of Antarctica to tips on identifying different species and what makes each of them unique.

 

Days 14 to 16 – South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula
The most common reaction to arriving at the white continent is a sense of reverence and awe. The experience is hard to put into words. You will discover that Antarctica is a land of extremes; at one moment you’ll be overcome with a feeling of complete silence and loneliness, the next you’ll be laughing at the comical antics of a curious penguin.

 

Glacier hikes, visits to research bases and, of course, communing with the seals and penguins are sure to keep you smiling each and every day. Perhaps you’ll catch sight of the fearless penguin-eater, the leopard seal, or come eye-to-eye with a curious minke whale while out on a Zodiac ride. Each day and each landing will present a new collection of creatures to entertain you and keep your camera busy.

 

If you find yourself wanting more, then perhaps you’ll treat yourself by booking our kayaking adventure option (reserve in advance when booking your trip) or if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed, a little shock therapy courtesy of a polar plunge might be what you need!

 

Days 17 & 18 – The Antarctic Circle
Crossing the Antarctic Circle is an impressive achievement, as most expeditions to the Peninsula do not come close to reaching this far south.

 

With a toast to the first explorers who ventured here, you can raise a glass of champagne and take pride in knowing you’ve made it to a part of the world still visited by very few people. This is raw Antarctica, home to the midnight sun, with the potential for some fantastic iceberg sightings.

 

Days 19 & 20 – Northbound Along the Peninsula
If you haven’t had your fill of Antarctic wildlife and icebergs by now, you’ll surely be satisfied by the time we return to the Drake Passage. We’ll continue to journey onto land and out by Zodiac twice daily. Your Expedition Team will also be on the lookout for any species of penguins, seals and whales that may have eluded you on the journey south.

 

Days 21 & 22 – Crossing the Drake Passage
After more than a dozen days of memorable wildlife encounters, your journey home begins. Crossing the Drake Passage is your unofficial rite of passage, putting a final stamp of approval on your Antarctic adventure.

 

Day 23 – Disembark in Ushuaia
After breakfast aboard the ship, it is time to part ways and say goodbye to your Expedition Team and fellow travelers. We will transfer you to the airport for your homeward flight.

 

Important reminder: Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy – and excitement – of expedition travel. There are no guarantees that we can achieve everything we set out to accomplish. A measure of flexibility is something all of us must bring to a voyage. There are nearly 200 recognized sites in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands and the places mentioned above may be changed to others equally as interesting.


PRICES

Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctica 19Feb - 13Mar 2015 )Ends Buenos Aires)

Join in Category Main Deck Porthole Lower Deck Twin Triple Cabin
Ushuaia Cruise AUD$27085 AUD$26211 AUD$23298

Antarctic Explorer, Discovering the 7th Continent 6-17 Dec 2014

Join in Category Main Deck Porthole Lower Deck Twin Triple Cabin
Ushuaia Cruise AUD$14559 AUD$13102 AUD$10189

Antarctic Express, Cruise South, Fly North 6-14 Jan 2015

Join in Category Main Deck Porthole Lower Deck Twin Triple Cabin
Ushuaia Cruise AUD$16015 AUD$14559 AUD$11645

Antarctic Express, Crossing the Circle 20-30Dec14, 29Dec14-8Jan15

Join in Category Main Deck Porthole Lower Deck Twin Triple Cabin
Ushuaia Cruise Full Full Full

Antarctic Express, Fly the Drake 20-27 Jan 2015

Join in Category Main Deck Porthole Lower Deck Twin Triple Cabin
Ushuaia Cruise Full Full Full

Crossing the Circle, Southern Expedition - 8-20 Feb 2015

Join in Category Main Deck Porthole Lower Deck Twin Triple Cabin
Ushuaia Cruise Full Full Full

Antarctic Express, Fly South, Cruise North - 2 - 10Feb 2015

Join in Category Main Deck Porthole Lower Deck Twin Triple Cabin
Ushuaia Cruise Full AUD$14559 Full

Prices per person in AU$. Not valid during local public holidays and special events. All prices are as a guide only, please check with us for the latest prices.

Included:

  • One night pre-expedition hotel accommodation  with breakfast.
  • Shipboard accommodation with daily  housekeeping.
  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board  throughout your voyage.
  • All shore landings per the daily program.
  • Leadership throughout the voyage by our  experienced Expedition Leader.
  • All Zodiac transfers and cruising per the  daily program.
  • Formal and informal presentations by  our Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled.
  • Photographic Journal on DVD, documenting  the voyage.
  • A pair of waterproof expedition boots on loan  for shore landings.
  • An official Quark Expeditions parka to keep.
  • Coffee, tea and cocoa available around  the clock.
  • Hair dryer and bathrobes in every cabin.
  • Comprehensive pre-departure materials,  including a map and an informative
  • Antarctic Reader.
  • A group transfer upon disembarkation in  Ushuaia from the ship to the local airport.
  • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges  throughout the program.
  • All luggage handling aboard ship.

 

Not included:

  • Cruise Price does not include international airfare.
  • Rates are per person based on double occupancy.
  • Single cabin prices are 1.7 times the cost of the appropriate twin-share prices listed above except for superior and above which are 2x the price listed above.
  • If you are a solo traveler requesting to share a cabin note that Superior and above can not be shared.
  • Adventure Options: Kayaking -AU$1,118, Camping – AU$294, Snowshoe-Included, Photography-Included.
  • Adventure options must be pre-booked and paid for prior to start of the trip.
  •  Space is subject to availability. Camping is limited to 30 and Kayaking to 16 individuals. Some activities require experience.
  • All trips subject to possible fuel surcharge.

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