and affordable expedition experience
visits to Cape Horn and Antarctica
many seabirds, including wandering albatrosses and giant petrels
DATES / RATES
Rates are listed per person in USD
|Start Date||End Date||Triple Suite||Window Suite||Promenade Suite||Deluxe Suite||Veranda Suite||Penthouse Suite||Owners Suite||Single Suite|
|Dec 15, 2021||Dec 20, 2021||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
|Jan 07, 2022||Jan 13, 2022||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
|Jan 13, 2022||Jan 18, 2022||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
|Feb 05, 2022||Feb 11, 2022||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
|Dec 15, 2022||Dec 20, 2022||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
|Jan 07, 2023||Jan 13, 2023||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
|Jan 13, 2023||Jan 18, 2023||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
|Feb 05, 2023||Feb 11, 2023||4,995||5,995||6,395||6,595||7,295||7,795||8,595||8,595|
Rates are listed per person in USD
|Start Date||End Date||(Starting from)|
|Dec 15, 2021||Dec 20, 2021||4,995||7,295||8,595|
|Jan 07, 2022||Jan 13, 2022||4,995||7,295||8,595|
|Jan 13, 2022||Jan 18, 2022||4,995||7,295||8,595|
|Feb 05, 2022||Feb 11, 2022||4,995||7,295||8,595|
|Dec 15, 2022||Dec 20, 2022||4,995||7,295||8,595|
|Jan 07, 2023||Jan 13, 2023||4,995||7,295||8,595|
|Jan 13, 2023||Jan 18, 2023||4,995||7,295||8,595|
|Feb 05, 2023||Feb 11, 2023||4,995||7,295||8,595|
The Jan 7, 2022 and Feb 5, 2022 are reverse itineraries
starting in Punta Arenas and ending in Ushuaia. They are also a day
1 / Start of the Air-Cruise
journey begins in Ushuaia, Argentina, at the pier. Board your ship in
the afternoon and sail along the Beagle Channel towards Puerto
Williams, Chile, the southernmost town in the world. Explore the
surroundings before setting sail to Cape Horn.
2 / Cape Horn and Drake Passage
an overnight crossing of Nassau Bay, you awake in full view of
legendary Cape Horn! Weather permitting, board a Zodiac and be one of
the few privileged adventurers to step foot on this famous and rarely
visited island. Back on board, set sail towards Antarctica and cross
the famous passage named in honor of Sir Francis Drake, the great 16th
century British explorer.
3 / Drake Passage
you sail through the Drake Passage en route to King George Island, in
the South Shetland Islands, attend an engaging program of lectures and
presentations. In the company of expert guides, watch for wildlife from
the lounge or from the outside decks. You may spot magnificent
seabirds, such as albatrosses and petrels, as well as different species
of whales on their way south to Antarctica.
4 / Drake Passage and Antarctica
crossing the Antarctic Convergence, the environment changes noticeably.
Keep your camera ready, as this is the time to watch for the first
icebergs and the first sight of Antarctic land. Reaching the South
Shetland Islands, sail in ice-filled bays, while enjoying the company
of seabirds, penguins, seals and whales. Board a Zodiac for your first
memorable shore visit to a penguin colony. Taking advantage of the
endless Antarctic daylight, exploration will continue well into the
5 / Antarctica and scheduled return flight
Upon reaching King George Island, disembark at Fildes Bay. A 2-km
(1.25-mi) walk takes you through Chile’s Frei Station and
Russia’s Bellingshausen Station to the aircraft. Bid farewell
to Antarctica as you board the flight back to Punta Arenas. Upon
arrival, transfer to your hotel for the night. (Note: Meals in Punta
Arenas are at your leisure and not included in the program).
6 / End of the Air-Cruise
breakfast, transfer to the Punta Arenas airport for your onward flight.
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not Included in the Rate
that is not specifically listed under the
in the Rate” section. For example:
air-cruises starting in Punta Arenas, group transfers airport/hotel on
air-cruises starting in Punta Arenas, one overnight with breakfast in
Punta Arenas at the Cabo de Hornos Hotel or similar, with a welcome
dinner including drinks on Day 1.
overnight with breakfast in Punta Arenas at the Cabo de Hornos Hotel or
similar on the Day of the Scheduled Return Flight from Antarctica.
air-cruises starting in Punta Arenas, exclusive access to Explorers
transfers airport/hotel on the Day of the Scheduled Return Flight from
Antarctica, and group transfers hotel/airport on last Day of the
from Punta Arenas to Frei Station on King George Island and/or vice
versa as indicated in the program corresponding to each voyage.
cruise as indicated in the program corresponding to each voyage.
buffet breakfast and lunch on board ship offering a wide choice of
served dinner on board ship offering a choice of three main courses.
beer, juice, and soft drinks served with lunch and dinner on board ship.
tea, chocolate, cappuccino, water and snacks on board ship throughout
guided shore excursions.
and entertainment on board.
pre- and post-voyage information material.
of waterproof boots for landing in Antarctica.
Plan as described on page 39.
meals, excursions and transfers other than those included in the
itinerary and the Contingency Plan corresponding to each voyage.
Specifically, dinner in Punta Arenas upon return from Antarctica is not
purchased at the ship’s bar.
connection on board the ship.
expenses (communication, laundry, souvenirs, etc.).
for Chile and/or Argentina, passport expenses, and any arrival and/or
departure tax, if applicable.