The Ross Sea is one of the most remote regions in the world and is only accessible during January and February of each year when the sea ice breaks up. Recreate this historical journey to what was the Antarctic gateway for many of the famous explorers.
Departing from Australia’s southern most capital city, Hobart, we sail to East Antarctica exploring the isolated Subantarctic Island’s wildlife on the way. Welcomed by the appearance of Adelie Penguins and Snow Petrels, East Antarctica’s windswept explorer’s huts, glaciers and Emperor penguins await.
Island hop between South Shetland and South Georgia islands, explore South Orkney, step onto the Antarctica, combine wildlife viewing with history lessons from Antarctic experts, gain an insight into the region's whaling past, search out seal haul-out sites, spot whales, cross the Beagle Channel
Embark on a sea journey from the world's southernmost city, cruise the Drake Passage and search out wildlife including minke and humpback whales and leopard seal, enjoy lectures from Antarctic experts, attempt the celebrated Polar Circle Crossing, heading as far south as Crystal Sound
The aim on this voyage is to head as far south as ice and weather permit. The adventure begins in earnest when approaching the Antarctic Circle. The ice-rated ship enables us to navigate through some of the world's most breathtaking waterways - many littered with brash ice, 'growlers' and colossal, stunning icebergs.
Set sail on a classic Antarctic adventure, cross the Drake Passage, search out whales at the Antarctic Convergence, follow in the footsteps of explorers, step onto the peninsula, explore the coastline by Zodiac, keep an eye out for many species of penguins
One of the last great wildernesses and an eternal magnet for explorers and researchers alike, Antarctica is now within reach of adventure travellers. Take the voyage of a lifetime and be one of the lucky few to set foot on this breathtakingly beautiful continent.
The Peninsula offers dramatic scenery and the greatest variety of wildlife in Antarctica. During the austral summer, large areas are ice-free and truly amazing photographic opportunities are afforded from curious penguins, seals hauled out on ice floes and vivid ice sculptures.
The Antarctic Peninsula, one of the World's last frontiers, is a perfect example of where water, wilderness and wildlife combine with breath-taking perfection. Choice of 3 expeditions, from 11 to 20 days. We automatically offset your CO2 emissions.
This cruise offers the ultimate introduction to the White Continent. Embarking and disembarking in the port of Ushuaia, the expertly-planned itinerary includes many of the wildlife and scenic highlights of the Antarctic Peninsula and the South Shetland Islands.