This classic Antarctic cruise expedition is an authentic experience of the pristine polar wilderness featuring abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Cross the infamous Drake Passage, and check off your bucket list, all the classic ports of visit at Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands.
Strict measures have been introduced to ensure you have a safe exploration with us. Tests before boarding, face masks in common areas, hand hygiene, deep cleaning of ship, such protocols for both crew and guests ascertain we all together assure our safety. Our expedition consultant will walk you through in detail of these measures.
Spend a night laying on Antarctic snow, watching the drama of endlessly changing light or listening to scurrying penguins or rambling icebergs. Limited to just 30, its one of the most unique memorable experiences
If paddling is an activity you greatly enjoy, sign up to participate for kayaking with an intimate group of just 8, guided by a professional, with unlimited opportunities throughout the sailing, subject to weather conditions
Take chance to learn & practice photography alongside an experienced professional via on board lectures or special workshops during landings. Explore the key elements of photography, experiment with techniques, all for free!
Join the expedition team as they invite you to hike through snow and ice-filled wilderness of Antarctica. Hike up to view points, walk among seals or penguins, visit a rookery.
At places not accessible by ship, the expedition team will take you on land on sturdy inflated rubber boats, to observe stunning wildlife, watch icebergs up close, or simply admire the views of particular site.
Sometimes you make a landing at places some may have never set foot before! With aim to get off ship 1-2 times a day, expect to visit abandoned whaling stations, research stations, see e a rookery, or climb up hills
Sighting them in real, is a spectacle on its own! During your sailing in peak summer, penguin rookeries will be at full capacity, with adults rearing their chics - Gentoos, Chinstraps, Adèlie
While, sighting the crab eaters will be common, we'll just be in time to see weaning of the Leopard & weaning cum rearing of Antarctic fur seals. The weddel seals chicks which have by now become adults will be found molting if spotted
December sees the arrival back of hungry humpback whales from tropical waters. Expect to spot fin, minke, orcas, southern right & sperm whales among others, all just beginning to arrive for the annual feeding season
With this peak summer season marking the breeding time for wandering albatross, expect to see shearwaters, petrels, blue-eyed shags, cormorants, sheathbills, skuas, gulls & terns at various different times
Enjoy an intimate atmosphere aboard this small expedition ship, with a capacity of just 114. Its ice-strengthened hull, ample deck space for wildlife viewing, & state-of-the-art fin stabilizers, make it ideal for polar expeditions
The captain & officers welcome you to visit them at the Bridge any time, to have a simple chit chat, discuss their life on board, their experience in polar regions or simply watch the views from the special angle.
The top deck of the ship features an outdoor bistro, with a jacuzzi, allowing you to enjoy the scenic views while you share meals with fellow travelers or simply sitting to have a hot chocolate
Features all - suite accommodations. Each spacious, every cabin's well-appointed location across the decks provides a generous measure of comfort.