Be inspired with our range of recommended Antarctic cruises including the Antarctic Peninsula, Falklands and South Georgia, Air-Cruises, the Ross Sea and Sub-Antarctic Islands. This information provides a good starting point in planning your Antarctica cruise adventure.
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Explore the vast wilderness of the Antarctic Peninsula, the most accessible area of the ‘Great White Continent’. Discover its huge diversity of birdlife and mammals, including penguins, storm petrels, seals, orcas, humpback whales and Minke whales. A number of departures also offer activities including including kayaking and camping. For details, please view the following destination page: Antarctic Peninsula.
Falklands, South Georgia and Antarctica
Explore the history and natural wonders of the Falklands, be mesmerized by the beauty of South Georgia, an island that is virtually unspoilt by man and offers unique opportunities to observe amazing scenery and wildlife including thousands of King Penguins and journey to the Antarctic Peninsula. For more information, please view the following destination page: South Georgia, Falklands & The Peninsula.
Weddell Sea & Antarctic Peninsula
Experience a unique and adventurous voyage to the wildlife-rich and remote Weddell Sea and the remote eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula. Observe huge glaciers, tabular icebergs, stunning vistas and abundant wildlife with the chance to see Emperor Penguins on Snow Hill Island (mid Nov – mid December only). For more information, please view the following destination page: Antarctic Peninsula.
Combining a short flight between Punta Arenas in Chile to King George Island and vice versa, these unique Antarctic journeys make it possible to explore the wildlife and wilderness highlights of the magnificent ‘Great White Continent’ while avoiding the crossing of the often turbulent Drake Passage. For more information, please view the following destination page: Antarctic Peninsula.
Take an epic exploratory cruise to the very “heart of Antarctica”, the remote Ross Sea and one of the most untouched regions on our planet. Cruises to the Ross Sea transport you further south into the continent than any other sea route, through stunning vistas of sea-ice to where wildlife abounds, including penguins, sea birds, seals and whales. For more information, please view the following destination page: Ross Sea.
Basecamp Expedition Antarctic Peninsula
Experience an adventurous voyage to “High Antarctica” and the protected waters of the Neumayer Channel. The vessel “Plancius” will stay for two or three days in various locations to serve as a comfortable hub to allow passengers ample time to enjoy a wide range of activities including camping, kayaking, hiking and shore excursions. For more information, please view the following destination page: Antarctic Peninsula.
Sub-Antarctic Island Cruises
Discover the rich diversity and wild landscapes of the World Heritage Sites of the Sub-Antarctic Islands. The islands, including Macquarie and Auckland Islands are home to a vast array of wildlife including albatross, penguins, petrels, prions, shearwaters and marine mammals like sea lions, fur seals and elephant seals. For more information, please view the following destination page: Sub-Antarctic Islands.