Antarctic Cruise

Antarctic Cruise – Voyage of a Lifetime

An Antarctic cruise is a truly adventurous and spectacular travel experience – a real voyage of a lifetime. For wildlife enthusiasts, the vast white expanse of Antarctic is home to a surprising abundance of wildlife. Whichever Antarctic cruise itinerary you choose, you can expect to see stunning concentrations of Antarctic wildlife, including the largest king penguin colonies on the planet!

The most popular Antarctic cruises vary in duration from 10 to 20 days with departures from November through to March. The shorter voyages visit the Antarctic Peninsula with its dramatic scenery of huge icebergs and glaciers and its abundance of wildlife. Whilst longer voyages visit the South Atlantic Islands as well as the Peninsula, and combine history, scenery and wildlife. 

The Antarctic Peninsula consists of an 800 kilometres (500 miles) long mountain chain, the highest peaks rising to approximately 2,800 metres (9,186 feet), and numerous off-lying islands. This region offers the most dramatic scenery and the biggest variety of wildlife in Antarctica. Visitors are overcome by the stunning scenery of glaciers, icebergs, Antarctic mountains, and the abundant and tame wildlife. This 10 day cruise itinerary follows a classic Antarctic route. Read full itinerary here for… Antarctic Cruise Peninsula

A comprehensive 20-day Antarctic cruise itinerary will give you the chance to explore the fjords, glaciers and snow-capped mountains of South Georgia, hike the rugged terrain of the Falkland Islands, and discover the spectacular scenery and Polar wildlife of the Antarctic Peninsula. Read full itinerary here for…  Antarctic Cruise – South Georgia, Falklands and Peninsua

Act Fast for Last minute availability on Antarctic Cruises in 2014

A limited number of discounted berths are available on the vessels Plancius and Ortelius.

Antarctic Cruise – Peninsula and Polar Circle

12-day voyage, departing 8 – 19 March 2014, from £3550 per person.

Antarctic Cruise – Peninsula, whale watching

9 night voyage, 15 – 24 March 2014, from £2550 per person. Various cabins available with free upgrade!

Atlantic Odyssey – No single supp on Atlantic Odyssey voyages 2014!

Ushuaia – Ascension, departing 19 March – 19 April 2014, twin porthole cabin for singles only £6095. The Atlantic Odyssey takes you from Ushuaia to South Georgia, Tristan da Cunha, St. Helena and Ascension, and is one of the best ways to see most of the South and Mid-Atlantic Ocean and Antarctica combined.

Antarctic Cruise penguins

Don’t Miss the Boat!

Enquire now for Antarctic Cruises Winter 2014/15 season Dates from November 2014 to March 2015
Call 01822 600 600 or email 

See also our Arctic Cruise blog

For Warmer waters see Galapagos Cruising

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