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Your holiday in Antarctica

Crossing the Antarctic Circle

This expedition offers you the most in-depth exploration of the Antarctic Peninsula. Extended time in the region allows you to go beyond the Antarctic Peninsula and venture south of the Antarctic Circle, home to fantastic ice formations and wildlife including the Weddell seal. You’ll enjoy more time for communing with penguins and visits to less-frequented landing sites.

Immerse yourself in a destination so remote that few travellers have ever laid eyes on it. You’ll find yourself enveloped by a solitude and serenity found nowhere else on the earth. Antarctica is pristine and untamed, and photographers (in particular) will be amazed by the abundant, approachable wildlife and the stark, breath-taking beauty that remains untouched by humans.

What not to miss

  • Less frequented sites south of the Antarctic Circle

  • Historic research stations in the area of Marguerite Bay

  • Special photography departure

  • Wildlife including penguins, seals and whales

What’s included

  • Passionate expedition leaders

  • Zodiac excursions

  • Geology and wildlife lectures

  • Guided walking and hiking

  • Snowshoeing

  • Expedition parka for you to keep

  • All meals aboard your ship

Your holiday in Antarctica

Crossing the Antarctic Circle

Day 1 | Punta Arenas, Chile

Your adventure begins in Punta Arenas, Chile, the most populated city in southern Patagonia. If you arrive early, there are many museums, restaurants and shops to keep you busy for days. By early afternoon, an Expeditions representative will meet all passengers at the official starting point hotel, where you’ll enjoy a welcome dinner and be briefed about preparing for your embarkation day

Day 2 | Embarkation Day

Your charter flight from Punta Arenas to Antarctica will have you crossing the legendary Drake Passage in only a few hours. Far below, the ship will approach King George Island for your arrival. Your first glimpse of dramatic Antarctic landscapes will be from a unique perspective, as your plane descends for landing in the South Shetland Islands. After landing, stretch your legs and spend time exploring the island before being transferred by Zodiac to your ship to set sail for the Antarctic Peninsula!

Days 3 to 5 | Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands

There are few places in the world as evocative as Antarctica. As your ship approaches the White Continent, you may be overcome by feelings of excitement and awe. Much of Antarctica is indescribable and can only be fully appreciated through your own eyes.

As your captain and Expedition Team keep a lookout for whales and seabirds, you’ll be alerted to any new sightings. Our team of expert lecturers will also provide in-depth explanations of the geology, history and wildlife of the region.

Even more exciting are your daily land excursions. Your first Zodiac landing is something you’ll never forget! Walking up to a beach dotted with penguins and seals is the most intimate way to experience the unique wildlife of Antarctica.

Each landing is different and is dependent on weather, but every day presents new sightings and photo opportunities, and it won’t be long before you can tell the difference between an Adélie, gentoo or chinstrap penguin.

You may take a Zodiac cruise in search of whales and icebergs around Pleneau Island one day, followed by a hike to a penguin rookery the next day. From the booming sound of a calving glacier at Neko Harbour to the thrill of watching a leopard seal as it hunts a penguin, you’ll wake up early and welcome each day with a sense of excitement and a desire to explore that which is unrivaled by any other travel experience.

Your Expedition Team will be with you all along the way, providing insights into the places you visit.

Days 6 & 7 | The Antarctic Circle

Crossing the Antarctic Circle is an impressive achievement, as most expeditions to the Antarctic Peninsula do not reach 66°33' S. If conditions allow us to cross this famed line, you and your shipmates will celebrate in style with a well-earned glass of champagne!

As you toast the first explorers who ventured this far south, you can take pride in knowing you’ve made it to a part of the world visited by very few people. This is raw Antarctica, home of the midnight sun, Weddell seals and some of the most magical, odd ice formations you’ll see anywhere on the continent.

Days 8 & 9 | Northbound Along the Peninsula

If you haven’t had your fill of Antarctic wildlife and icebergs by now, you’ll surely be satisfied by the time you return to King George Island. You will continue to journey onto land by Zodiac twice daily as you travel north along the western Antarctic Peninsula.

Your Expedition Team will always be on the lookout for species of penguins, seals and whales that may have eluded you on your journey south.

Day 10 | Disembarkation and Fly to Punta Arenas

After your week of exploration, you’ll say goodbye to your Expedition Team and disembark at King George Island. Your three-hour flight across the Drake Passage to Punta Arenas, Chile, brings your adventure to an end. After the group transfer to your hotel, enjoy an evening on your own, in the city or at the hotel.

Day 11 | Depart Punta Arenas

After breakfast, you are welcome to continue on your own travels or make your way to the Punta Arenas airport for your homeward flights.

Expedition Cruises | Important Reminder

Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy – and excitement – of expedition travel. There are no guarantees that we can achieve everything we set out to accomplish. A measure of flexibility is something all of us must bring to a voyage. There are nearly 200 recognized sites in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands and the places mentioned above may be changed to others equally as interesting.

Your holiday in Antarctica

Crossing the Antarctic Circle

This itinerary is based on Ocean Endeavour departures.

Day 1 | Arrive in Buenos Aires, Argentina

You may arrive in Buenos Aires at any time during Day 1 of your itinerary or you may choose to have a few days in this wonderful capital city before starting your adventure. Buenos Aires is famous for its rich architecture and European heritage. You will independently transfer to your included hotel.

Day 2 | Fly to Ushuaia and embarkation

After breakfast at the hotel, the group will transfer to the airport and board our private charter flight to Ushuaia, Argentina. Upon arrival, you will have a little time to explore this quaint port town before heading to the pier. As the ship sets sail in the late afternoon, you will begin your Antarctic journey, passing through the Beagle Channel. The channel opens up to the vastness of the Southern Ocean, where your next land sighting will be along the Antarctic Peninsula. Named after the famed ship on which Charles Darwin voyaged, the channel presents great photo opportunities to capture seabirds hovering overhead.

Days 3 & 4 | Crossing the Drake Passage

The waters of the Drake Passage are unpredictable, so hope for clear skies and a calm ocean. You’ll have plenty of time to gaze out at the sea, get to know your fellow shipmates and chat with your Expedition Team. You will spend this time preparing for the exciting days ahead, with numerous educational and informative lectures presented by your expert guides. You’ll learn about everything - from safety procedures, the geology of the region to the history of whaling in Antarctica.

Days 5 to 7 | Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands

With the Drake Passage safely navigated, we make our exciting approach to Antarctica. Get your cameras ready as the continent’s coastline makes its first appearance, signalling the start of your adventure in this wonderful wilderness. You’ll see plentiful floating icebergs and be fixated on the ocean surface as curious whales spout and breach before your eyes.

You will begin to appreciate why this region has long captivated the attention of explorers and travellers alike. Every time we visit Antarctica, we witness something new or unexpected, which means that your expedition will be unlike any other—creating a unique, personal experience. As exciting as the landscapes are from on board the ship, your true exploration occurs when you disembark on Zodiac excursions and set foot on the White Continent.

There are several potential landing sites that we may visit, including Neko Harbour, Orne Harbour or Paradise Harbour. Although weather dictates which specific landing sites we can visit, each one presents a new collection of wildlife and natural attractions.

Your days will be busy spotting wildlife and being mesmerized by the beauty of Antarctica. Watching penguins waddling on the beach and listening to the crackling and crumbling sounds of icebergs and glaciers will become your daily entertainment, while kayaking with whales and polar camping are optional activities available on select voyages (at an extra cost).

Days 8 & 9 | Antarctic Circle

Crossing the Antarctic Circle is an impressive achievement, as most expeditions to the Antarctic Peninsula do not reach this far south, which is officially noted at 66°33' S. If conditions allow us to cross this famed line, you and your shipmates will celebrate in style with a well-earned glass of champagne! Make a toast and take pride in knowing you’ve made it to a part of the world visited by very few people. This is raw Antarctica, home of the midnight sun, penguins and some of the most awe-inspiring ice formations you’ll see anywhere on the continent.

Days 10 & 11 | Northbound Along the Peninsula

By now, your knowledge of Adélie, chinstrap and gentoo penguins will be matched by your ability to differentiate between a leopard, fur or Weddell seal. Terms like bergy bits and pancake ice will seem normal, yet there are still many tales to be told. As you head north, Zodiac excursions will fill your days, and your Expedition Team will continue offering presentations while giving you time to reflect on everything you’ve experienced.

Days 12 & 13 | Crossing the Drake Passage

As you re-cross the Drake, Antarctica fades away, leaving you with a collection of memories to last a lifetime. It will all feel a bit surreal, but excited conversations with your newfound friends will make the crossing fly by, regardless of weather and sea conditions. Your Expedition Team will round up its series of lectures as well, perhaps with a slideshow of the great landing sites and wildlife you’ve witnessed over the course of your voyage.

Day 14 | Disembark in Ushuaia and fly to Buenos Aires

You will arrive in Ushuaia in the morning, after breakfast. After disembarking, you will get a little taste of Patagonia by touring Tierra del Fuego National Park before transferring to the airport for the return group charter flight to Buenos Aires.

Expedition Cruises | Important Reminder

Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy – and excitement – of expedition travel. There are no guarantees that we can achieve everything we set out to accomplish. A measure of flexibility is something all of us must bring to a voyage. There are nearly 200 recognized sites in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands and the places mentioned above may be changed to others equally as interesting.

Special Photography Departure | 03 March – 16 March 2019

Our onboard team of photography experts will teach you how to capture this picturesque polar landscape like a professional. Imagine taking your skills to the next level thanks to our special photography workshops and lectures, and then practicing what you’ve learned alongside our pros on shore visits and Zodiac excursions.

Watching our photographers in action—shooting soaring floating ice sculptures, mazes of massive icebergs, and hundreds of playful penguins and sunbathing seals—is a unique way to pick up even more pro tips first hand. 

The exclusive photography expedition starts and finishes in Ushuaia rather than Buenos Aires. Please talk to your Expedition Cruise Expert for more information and to register your interest.  

This tour is operated by our preferred local partner.

All expeditions aboard the Ocean Endeavour start in Buenos Aires, all other ship itineraries start in Ushuaia.

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Fly the Drake

Your holiday in Antarctica

Sail the Drake

Your holiday in Antarctica

Ocean Adventurer

The new and improved Ocean Adventurer is designed to carry 132 travellers in comfort to the most remote corners of the world. Originally launched in 1976, this nimble, ice-strengthened ship has become a passenger favourite over the years and underwent refurbishments in 1999 and 2002 with the most significant being in 2017. It is a recipient of the 2017 Travel Weekly Magellan Award for Overall Small Cruise Ship (500 passengers or under).

With the latest rounds of refurbishments guests will enjoy:

  • A refreshed, contemporary new look and feel throughout the ship

  • All cabins have new soft furnishings and brand new bathrooms.

  • Main common areas such as the Lounge and Dining Room have been completely re-styled.

  • Major technical enhancements – include two new Rolls Royce engines, which significantly increase fuel efficiency and minimize the carbon footprint.

Ship Specifications

  • Staff and Crew: 87

  • Guests: 132

  • Length: 101 metres

  • Breadth: 16 metres

  • Draft: 4.5 metres

  • Propulsion: Diesel Twin Engines - 5,400 horsepower

  • Ice Class: 1A

  • Cruising Speed: 12 knots, in open water

  • Registration: Bahamas

  • Lifeboats: 4, partially-enclosed

Deck Plan

Ship Amenities

  • Bar staffed by a professional bartender

  • Polar Boutique

  • Library with a large collection of polar books

  • Exercise Room

  • Multi-purpose lounge and presentation room

  • Medical Clinic with licensed doctor

  • Observation Decks

Your holiday in Antarctica

Ocean Diamond

The Ocean Diamond is a modern, stable super-yacht. Carrying a maximum of 189 passengers, and with two stabilizers and an ice-strengthened hull, this outstanding vessel is ideal for polar expeditions.


As one of the fastest, and most eco-friendly ships in Antarctica, it is also one of the most comfortable. There are 101 elegantly designed cabins and suites, all with exterior views, and expansive common spaces, a club lounge, and a spacious restaurant.

The ship offers numerous adventure options, plus on-board features such as interactions with photography instructors. After a full day of exploration, passengers can relax, browse books or DVDs in the well-stocked polar library, or enjoy stunning polar scenery from the sun-lit, panoramic observation lounge.

Ship Specifications

  • Staff and Crew: 144

  • Guests: 189

  • Length: 124 metres

  • Breadth: 16 metres

  • Draft: 4.9 metres

  • Propulsion: 2 Wichmann Engines, 7375 horsepower

  • Ice Class: 1D

  • Cruising Speed: 15.5 knots

  • Registration: Nassau, Bahamas

  • Lifeboats: 2 fully enclosed

Deck Plan

Ship Amenities

  • Bar staffed by a professional bartender

  • Polar Boutique

  • Library with a large collection of polar books and DVDs

  • Massage therapy room

  • Lounge Areas

  • Reception Area

  • Gym

  • Elevator

  • Medical Clinic with licensed doctor

  • Lecture Theatre

  • Observation Decks

Your holiday in Antarctica

Ocean Endeavour

Ocean Endeavour is a comfortable, well-appointed small expedition ship expertly engineered to explore the Polar Regions.It features an ice-strengthened hull, Zodiacs for exploration and remote landings, generous deck space and advanced navigation equipment. 

The ship has many superb amenities including a nautical lounge, two restaurants and sun deck. There is plenty of outdoor deck space and comfortable interior lounges for learning and reflection.

The ship’s interiors have a contemporary aesthetic that provides a bright and spacious feel to the cabins and common spaces.

Ship Specifications

  • Staff and Crew: 124

  • Guests: 199

  • Length: 137 metres

  • Draft: 5.6 metres

  • Ice Class: 1B

  • Cruising Speed: 15 knots

  • Registration: Bahamas

  • Lifeboats: 6

Deck Plan

Ship Amenities

  • Bar staffed by a professional bartender

  • Polar Boutique

  • Library with a large collection of polar books and DVDs

  • Newly built saunas and spa facilities and wellness program

  • Lounge Areas

  • Reception Area

  • Gym

  • Elevator

  • Medical Clinic with licensed doctor

  • Lecture Theatre

  • Observation Decks

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World Explorer

Distinct and comfortable, refined and roomy—these attributes and more describe World Explorer.

The personal space is exceptional. Every cabin has either a private walk-out or Juliet balcony for direct ocean views. World Explorer also delivers plenty of public areas to unwind in after a day outdoors, including the glass-domed Observation Lounge for quiet contemplation and full skyline views, the Explorer Lounge for a drink and a chat, and the library for more intimate relaxing and reading. Presentations and discussions are facilitated in a dedicated lecture theatre.

Blending high design with total functionality, World Explorer is all set to be your home away from home on the seas.

Ship Specifications

  • Staff and Crew: 125

  • Guests: 176

  • Length: 126 metres

  • Breadth: 19 metres

  • Draft: 4.7 metres

  • Propulsion: 2 x Rolls Royce 9,000 kw hybrid diesel/electric

  • Ice Class: 1B

  • Cruising Speed: 16 knots, in open water

  • Registration: Portugal

  • Lifeboats: 2, fully-enclosed

Deck Plan

Ship Amenities

  • Bar staffed by a professional bartender

  • Polar Boutique

  • Library with a large collection of polar books and games

  • Lounge Areas

  • Reception Area

  • Gym, Pool and Sauna

  • Spa facilities and wellness programme

  • Medical Clinic with licensed doctor

  • Lecture Theatre

  • Observation Decks

Your holiday in Antarctica

Ocean Adventurer

Deluxe

A Deluxe Cabin has two lower berths, private facilities, and windows with exterior views.

Lower Deck Twin

A Lower Deck Twin cabin has two lower berths, private facilities, and a porthole with exterior views.

Main Deck Twin with Porthole or Window

A Main Deck Twin Porthole cabin has two lower berths, private facilities, and a porthole with exterior views. Window cabin has 2 windows with exterior views.

Owner's Suite

An Owner's Suite has a double bed and private sitting room. One features a large panoramic window facing aft, and the other two suites face port and starboard.

Suite

A Suite has a double bed, windows with exterior views, private facilities. Cabin 403 has a bathtub; other Suites have showers.

Superior

A Superior cabin has two lower berths, private facilities, and windows with exterior views.

Triple

A Triple Cabin has two lower berths and one upper berth, private facilities, and a porthole with exterior views.

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Ocean Diamond

Balcony Suite

Approximately 325 sq. ft. (30 sq. m) in size, including the balcony, this suite has one double bed or two twin beds, and a full-size window with a sliding glass door that leads to a private deck with chairs. Located on the Observation Deck, this suite has a private bathroom with shower. A refrigerator, TV, and DVD player are included in each cabin.

Single Obstructed View

Approximately 200 sq. ft. (19 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double bed, and a picture window (the view is obstructed by the lifeboats). Located on the Captain’s Deck these cabins have a private bathroom with shower. A refrigerator, TV, and DVD player are included in each cabin.

Single Porthole

Approximately 200 sq. ft. (19 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double bed and two portholes. Located on the Lower Deck, these cabins have a private bathroom with shower. A refrigerator, TV, and DVD player are included in each cabin.

Suite

Approximately 400 sq. ft. (37 sq. m) in size, these suites have one double bed or two twin beds, and two picture windows. Located on the Main Deck, these suites have a separate sitting area with sofas, two easy chairs, a small table, and two private bathrooms. A refrigerator, TV, and DVD player are included in each cabin.

Triple

Approximately 200 sq. ft. (19 sq. m) in size, this cabin has two twin beds and an upper bed, and two portholes (Note: cabin 332 has three lower beds). Located on the Lower Deck, these cabins have a private bathroom with shower. A refrigerator, TV, and DVD player are included in each cabin.

Twin Obstructed View

Approximately 200 sq. ft. (19 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double bed or two twin beds, and a picture window (the view is obstructed). Located on the Captain’s and Upper Decks, these cabins have a private bathroom with shower. A refrigerator, TV, and DVD player are included in each cabin.

Twin Window

Between 183 and 200 sq. ft. (17 and 19 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double bed or two twin beds, and a picture window. Located on the Upper, Main and Captain’s Decks, these cabins have a private bathroom with shower. A refrigerator, TV, and DVD player are included in each cabin.

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Ocean Endeavour

Junior Suite

Junior Suites on Deck 5 are at least 325 sq. ft. (30 sq. m), and at least 164 sq. ft. (15 sq. m) on Deck 7. All Junior Suites feature a picture window, one double bed and private bath. Cabins 7000 and 7002 have bathtubs and forward-facing windows; other Junior Suites have showers and portside views.

Owner's Suite

Approximately 320 sq. ft. (30 sq. m), the Owner’s Suite on Deck 7 features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate sitting room and private bath with tub.

Single Inside

Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Single on Deck 5 is an interior cabin with a lower berth and private bath.

Superior Double

Approximately 182 sq. ft. (17 sq. m), a Superior Double on Deck 7 features one double bed, a sofa, a large window, and a private bathroom. Cabins 7000 and 7018 have bathtubs; other Superior Doubles have showers.

Superior Twin

Approximately 226 sq. ft. (21 sq. m), a Superior Twin on Deck 5 features two lower beds and a pull out sofa bed, a large window, and a private bathroom.

Top Deck Double

Approximately 155 sq. ft. (14.5 sq. m), a Top Deck Double on Deck 8 features two large windows (one window with partial obstruction), one double bed and a private bathroom.

Triple

Approximately 225 sq. ft. (20 sq. m), a Triple on Deck 4 is an interior cabin with three lower berths, and private bath. Cabin 4100 has four lower single beds and one private bathroom with a separate shower room.

Twin Porthole

Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Twin Porthole on Deck 4 features a porthole window, two lower berths and a private bathroom.

Twin Porthole Suite/ Twin Porthole Suite w/ 2 bathrooms

Approximately 190 to 200 sq. ft. (18-20 sq. m), a Twin Porthole Suite on Deck 4 is twice the size of a Twin Porthole, with two bathrooms. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two porthole windows, and either 1 or two private bathrooms.

Twin Porthole Upper/Lower

Approximately 76 sq. ft. (7 sq. m), a Twin Porthole on Deck 4 features a porthole window, one lower and one upper berth and a private bathroom.

Twin Window

Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Twin Window on Deck 5 features a picture window, two lower berths and private bath.

Twin Window Suite/Twin Window Suite w/ 2 bathrooms

A Twin Window Suite on Deck 5 is twice the size of a Twin Window. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two windows, and one or 2 private bathrooms.

Upper Deck Double

Approximately 155 sq. ft. (14 sq. m), an Upper Deck Double on Deck 8 features a window (obstructed view), one double bed and a private bathroom.

Upper Deck Twin

Approximately 140 sq. ft. (13 sq. m), an Upper Deck Twin on Deck 7 features a window (obstructed view), two lower berths and a private bathroom.

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World Explorer

Deluxe

Located on Deck 5, and approximately 334 sq. ft. (31 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double or two single beds, and a 110 sq. ft. (10 sq. m) walk-out balcony with access from sitting room and bedroom. A separate sitting area with sofa, his & hers closets, refrigerator, TV, state of the art “infotainment” system, and private bathroom with shower and his & hers sinks is also featured in each cabin.

Infinity Suite

Located on Decks 5 and 6, and approximately 270 sq. ft. (25 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double or two single beds, and a floor-to-ceiling glass Juliet balcony. A sitting area with sofa, refrigerator, TV, state of the art “infotainment” system, and private bathroom with shower is also featured in each cabin.

Owner's Suite

Located on Decks 5 and 6, and approximately 355 sq. ft. (33 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double or two single beds, and a 110 sq. ft. (10 sq. m) walk-out balcony with access from sitting room and bedroom. A separate sitting area with sofa, refrigerator, TV, state of the art “infotainment” system, and private bathroom with shower, his & hers sinks, and bathtub is also featured in each cabin.

Superior Suite

Located on Decks 5 and 6, and approximately 278 sq. ft. (26 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double or two single beds, and a 110 sq. ft. (10 sq. m) walk-out balcony with access from sitting room and bedroom. A separate sitting area with sofa, walk-in closet, refrigerator, TV, state of the art “infotainment” system, and private bathroom with shower is also featured in each cabin.

Triple

Located on Deck 6, and approximately 246 sq. ft. (23 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double or two single beds, and a 55 sq. ft. (5 sq. m) walk-out balcony. A separate combo sitting area/bedroom with a sofa bed and additional closet, refrigerator, TV, state of the art “infotainment” system, and private bathroom with shower is also featured in each cabin.

Veranda Suite

Located on Decks 5 and 6, and approximately 215 sq. ft. (20 sq. m) in size, these cabins have one double or two single beds, and a 55 sq. ft. (5 sq. m) walk-out balcony. A sitting area with sofa, refrigerator, TV, state of the art “infotainment” system, and private bathroom with shower is also featured in each cabin.

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Crossing the Antarctic Circle

Cruise Only Prices 2019 (Transfers & Flights not included)

Dates Ship Nights Twin Cabin Price
02 January - 12 January* Ocean Adventurer 10 £14000
10 January - 20 January* Ocean Adventurer 10 £14000
11 February - 21 February* World Explorer 10 £18000
13 February - 23 February* Ocean Adventurer 10 £14000
19 February - 04 March  Ocean Diamond 13 £10000

03 March - 16 March 
Photography Departure

Ocean Diamond 13 £10000

Cruise Only Prices 2020 (Transfers & Flights not included)

Dates Ship Nights Twin Cabin Price
08 January - 21 January  Ocean Diamond 13 £8100
16 January – 29 January  Ocean Endeavour 13 £10730
25 January – 04 February*  Ocean Adventurer 10 £11730
16 February - 29 February  Ocean Diamond 13 £8435

*Alternative departures – these itineraries fly the drake passage and depart from Punta Arenas.

Ocean Endeavour departures start in Buenos Aires and includes the flight down to Ushuaia.

Tour prices are accurate at time of publication. All cabins are subject to availability.
Prices are per person, based on a twin cabin – please contact us for details of other cabin types.

Deposit requirements are 20% at the time of booking and full payment is due 120 days prior to departure.

Flights & Extra Accommodation

Our BSpoke team can organise your international flights for you. We can also arrange pre/post expedition accommodation. Please contact your Expedition Cruise Expert for more information.

Solo Travellers

Aboard this expedition cruise we do not require you to pay a surcharge for travelling alone. We will arrange for you to share the cabin with another traveller of the same gender or you can opt to have a single cabin, if available. If you would like a single supplement in a non-single cabin please ask us for prices.

Optional Activities

Contact a BSpoke Expedition Cruise Expert to learn more about adventure options, including physical requirements.

  • Paddling excursion (limited availability)

  • Sea kayaking (limited availability)

  • Camping (limited availability – 02 Jan, 10 Jan, 16 Jan + 08 Jan 2020 departure only)

  • Stand-up paddle boarding (limited availability – 16 Jan + 11 Feb only)

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