Antarctica Cruises
Antarctica and the Sub-Antarctic Islands are some of the last truly unspoiled regions of the world. The mysterious White Continent, with its multi-colored ice caps, glistening glaciers and towering snow-capped mountains, offers unparalleled scenery and photographic opportunities.

Enormous numbers of penguins, whales, seals and seabirds congregate in the food-rich waters along the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic shores. The future of Antarctica is crucial to the climate and ecology of the world and on most of our cruises we have an opportunity to visit one of the many scientific bases.

Our specially designed expedition fleet, comprised of Polar research vessels and a World Class icebreaker, journey south, taking full advantage of the 24 hours of daylight during the austral summer. Ice-strengthened hulls and state-of-the-art equipment allow us to navigate safely through the pack ice and narrow waterways. Our zodiac and/or helicopter excursions, guided by foremost Antarctic experts, offer the freedom to explore remote locations and observe Antarctica’s abundant wildlife.

Our itineraries include the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), South Georgia and the South Orkney Islands, and aboard the icebreaker Kapitan Khlebnikov, the Ross Sea and semi-circumnavigation of Antarctica. Call today for the cruise itinerary of your particular Antarctic dream.
Cruise to Antarctica
Trips to Antarctica
Falkland Islands - Weddell Sea - Antarctic Peninsula
Oct 2014
Falklands - South Georgia - Antartcitc Peninsula
Nov 2014
Weddell Sea and Emperor Penguins
Nov & Dec 2014
Antarctic Peninsula with South Shetlands
Dec 2014
Antarctic Peninsula - Basecamp Plancius
Nov 2014 & March 2015
Falklands - South Georgia - Antartcitc Peninsula
Dec 2014 - March 2015
Antarctic Express: Crossing the Circle
Jan 2015
Antarctic Express: Cruise South Fly North
Jan 2015
Antarctic Express: Fly the Drake
Jan 2015
Ross Sea with Helicopters
Jan & Feb 2015
Antarctic Express: Fly South Cruise North
Feb 2015
Antarctic Peninsula
Feb & March 2015
Polar Circle & Antarctic Peninsula
March 2015
Atlantic Odyssey
March 2015