The ultimate opportunity to explore the best of southern ocean all in one expedition. Join us as we venture further deep south and attempt to cross the Antarctic Circle, during Antarctican Mid summer teeming with wildlife - penguin colonies, seals, whales and much more. With many incredible sights to see, this expedition takes you from white ice, blue seas, grey skies to lush greenery, azure waters, colourful flora!
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.
In early summer, see the females caring for wooly pups, while in late summer spot molting adults piled together in muddy pits. The 3 million Antarctic fur seals will also capture your attention with their aggressiveness
Be greeted by the hundreds of thousands of King penguins that call this region their home. Referred as the largest crèche in the world, sight also Macaroni penguins, about 5 million gathered to breed & attend their chicks
While at Antarctic peninsula expect to see Gentoos & Chinstraps. Falklands offers chance to see rookeries of Rockhoppers & Magellanic. During late summer, expect to see Adèlie too at some of the sub-Antarctic sites
Sight some of Falklands’ most elusive birds - endemic Cobb's Wren, Magellanic Snipe, Flightless Steamer Ducks, bright red meadowlarks. Chance to also Witness thousands of black-browed albatross
Expect to spot blue, fin, humpback, minke, orcas, southern right & sperm whales close to the ship. While at Antarctic Peninsula, they can appear out of nowhere, maybe next to you when you are out on small boats or kayaking
It will be common to spot crab eaters, and to see adorable Weddells breeding between Nov - Dec. The leopards may also pop at points during small boat cruising or kayaking while at Antarctic Peninsula and sub-antarctic regions.
Keep your eyes peeled for wandering albatross, terns, sheaths and many other Antarctic birds that glide by us
With aim to make 1-2 landings per day, we will take the chance to get off the ship to observe the surrounding, visit rookeries, abandoned whaling stations or meet some scientists at a research station
Whenever possible, the Expedition team will launch RIBs as part of your included experience to cruise around an iceberg, take you closer to watch whales, or simply glide around to enjoy surrounding landscapes
Explore snow & ice-filled wilderness of Antarctica, enjoy beach, private land walks in Falklands. Hike up to view points, walk among seals or penguins, visit a rookery.
Imagine setting up your sleeping bag under the midsummer night skies of Antarctica, being surrounded by pure silence, only disturbed by the voice of rumbling icebergs or penguins. Limited spaces available
Navigate through icebergs, pass by shorelines dotted with thousands of nesting penguins, or say hi to the whale popping up close by! Sharing the waters with massive marine life will be a memory of a lifetime
Available during late spring or early Antarctic summer, pull on the special shoes, and easily walk on soft snow, to reach places which are otherwise difficult to get by foot
If dipping into the polar water has been on your bucket list, then this will be the chance! For those very bold, this option will be available at the end of one of the landings
Purpose built as an expedition vessel with a higher ice-class, she is famous for venturing far into the areas that are almost permanently iced down and totally unnavigable in winter by other vessels.
Join Expedition Team here for lectures, photography workshops, & Citizen Science Projects. The area also features scientific & educational equipment, such as microscopes & interactive maps, to dive into details of regions
Across two-levels both indoor/outdoor, It is an ideal place to scan the scenery and watch wildlife with your binoculars. The aft deck is especially famous for forward facing views of approaches
Ranging from inside to expedition suites, cabins offer a good variety for different sizes of travelers - solo, family or groups of 4
While November boasts best time to see icebergs & glaciers at its most pristine conditions, February is considered best whale watching & penguin moulding season. Speak to our Expedition Consultant on best time fit for you!