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Antarctica Fly & Cruise

From $9,995

  • Maximize your time by skipping the Drake Passage and flying to the Antarctic Peninsula on this once-in-a-lifetime journey to the "last continent"
  • Discover the otherworldly beauty of Antarctica from the comfort of your well-appointed expedition vessel
  • Enjoy the full Antarctic experience of icebergs, glaciers, whales, penguins, seals, and Zodiac excursions

Few places on Earth make a deeper or more lasting impression than Antarctica. Its utter remoteness and wild beauty make it feel like another world. This trip lets you make the most of your unforgettable time here by trading the multi-day Drake Passage crossing for a two-hour flight from Punta Arenas. Once aboard your expedition ship, you’ll visit narrow straits of jaw-dropping majesty and gaze at vast glaciers of incandescent blue. Sea conditions determine the actual itinerary, but our ships call on remarkable places such as Deception Island—a volcanic caldera that we can sail into—and Paradise Bay, a favorite spot for Zodiac cruising to see fantastical iceberg sculptures and an ever-calving glacier. If your time is limited but your desire is strong, come with us on one of life’s most epic adventures!

Day 1: Arrive in Punta Arenas, Chile

Arrive in Punta Arenas, Chile, where you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel. In the afternoon, you'll attend a briefing that will provide important information about your voyage and review the essential guidelines for Antarctic visitors. Later, gather for a welcome dinner and meet your fellow adventurers while enjoying a typical regional menu.

  • Dinner
  • Accomodation:Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Day 2: Fly to Antarctica

Your Antarctic adventure begins with a two-hour flight from Punta Arenas to King George Island in the South Shetland Islands. As you exit the airplane, you'll breathe in the clear Antarctic for the very first time. You'll have a chance to explore the area surrounding Chile’s Frei Station and Russia’s Bellingshausen station before boarding a Zodiac to embark your expedition vessel.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Ocean Nova OR Hebridean Sky OR Sea Explorer

Days 3-6: Explore the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands

Cruise between the South Shetland Islands and the western coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, sailing along ice-filled fjords and among spectacular icebergs, while enjoying the company of sea birds, penguins, seals and whales. Each day, disembark by Zodiac and explore the landscape together with expert polar guides. On board the ship, attend an engaging program of lectures and presentations, and enjoy spectacular vistas from the glass-enclosed lounge while sharing your daily adventures with fellow guests.

No journey is the same, as flexibility is the key to success in Antarctica. The Expedition Team sets the voyage route to take advantage of the ever-changing opportunities provided by nature, crafting a unique and extraordinary experience each time. While the exact itinerary changes with each expedition, you will explore several spots that offer the best possible overview of the varied Antarctic environment. Your voyage may include visits to sites such as Paulet Island, Hope Bay, Port Lockroy, Petermann Island, Paradise Bay, Deception Island, the Lemaire Channel, and many other magnificent places.

Deception Island (62°58′S 60°39'W)
Deception Island is one of the few volcanic calderas in the world that large ships may sail into and anchor. There are numerous anchorages within the caldera such as Whaler’s Bay, where we can explore abandoned whaling station ruins, hike up volcanic slopes to view volcanic lakes, and even bathe in steaming thermal waters along the shore if the conditions are right. On the outside of Deception Island is Baily Head, where more than 100,000 chinstrap penguins pairs make their home, sometimes nesting nearly to the top of the crater rim itself. Because of the steep black sand beach, sea conditions must be just right for safe landings at Baily Head.

Paradise Bay (64° 53’S, 62° 52’W)
Its name is appropriate, as it is one of the Antarctic Peninsula’s best-known scenic locations! Here we can make a landing on the continent itself, and enjoy panoramic views from the top of a hill (and have fun sliding back down!). Along the cliffs you can see nesting seabirds, and you might also see whales in the bay.

Orne Harbor (64° 37’S, 62° 32’W)
A steep climb to the summit of Orne Island, located on the east side of the Gerlache Strait, provides a 360-degree panoramic view of the strait and the surrounding islands and mountains. Some chinstrap penguins nest at the very top; these are the “mountain climbers” of the penguin world, preferring a “room with a view” from the top of the cliffs.

Cuverville Island (64° 41’S, 62° 38’W) Errera Channel
We'll visit the peninsula's largest gentoo penguin colony—approximately 5,000 pairs nest here—situated on a rocky beach on the north end of Cuverville Island. Southern Giant Petrels, Kelp Gulls, and Antarctic Terns also breed on the island. We can also cruise by Zodiac or sea kayak among the large bergs, where you can sometimes see curious leopard seals checking you out and humpback whales feeding just offshore. Small coveys of gentoos sometimes swim by, their soft calls producing background music.

Paulet Island (63° 35’S, 55° 47’W) South of Dundee Island
Located in the northwestern Weddell Sea, Paulet Island is home to a large rookery with hundreds of thousands of Adélie penguin pairs and their chicks. Here you'll also find the remains of the hut of Captain Carl Anton Larsen of the Swedish Antarctic Expedition, constructed in 1903 when the party lost its ship. Twenty men wintered here, surviving on penguins and seals. The island's volcanic cone rises 1,158 feet.

Lemaire Channel (65° 4’S, 63° 54’W)
A cruise through a breathtakingly narrow channel, with mountain walls rising thousands of feet straight out of the water, is one of the highlights of a trip to Antarctica. Minkes, humpbacks, and orcas are occasionally spotted, and leopard and crabeater seals sometimes frequent the ice floes. This strait runs between Booth Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, one of the most scenic locations on the western coast of Antarctica. However, the 6.8 miles may become impassable when ice fills the narrow passageway.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Ocean Nova OR Sea Explorer OR Hebridean Sky

Day 7: Fly back from Antarctica to Punta Arenas

Return to King George Island and bid farewell to Antarctica before boarding the flight back to Punta Arenas, where you'll transfer to your hotel for the night. (Note: Meals in Punta Arenas are at your leisure and not included in the program.)

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accomodation:Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Day 8: Depart for home

After breakfast, transfer to the Punta Arenas airport for your onward flight.

  • Breakfast

Dec 02 - 09, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 07 - 14, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 12 - 19, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 17 - 24, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 21 - 28, 2015 Sea Explorer

Dec 22 - 29, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 27, 2015 - Jan 03, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 31, 2015 - Jan 07, 2016 Sold out

Jan 17 - 24, 2016 Ocean Nova

Jan 22 - 29, 2016 Ocean Nova

Jan 27, 2016 - Feb 03, 2016 Ocean Nova

Feb 08 - 15, 2016 Ocean Nova

Feb 13 - 20, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 02 - 09, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 07 - 14, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 12 - 19, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 17 - 24, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 21 - 28, 2016 Hebridean Sky

Dec 22 - 29, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 26, 2016 - Jan 02, 2017 Hebridean Sky

Dec 27, 2016 - Jan 03, 2017 Ocean Nova

Dec 31, 2016 - Jan 07, 2017 Hebridean Sky

Jan 05 - 12, 2017 Hebridean Sky

Jan 17 - 24, 2017 Ocean Nova

Jan 22 - 29, 2017 Ocean Nova

Jan 27, 2017 - Feb 03, 2017 Ocean Nova

Feb 08 - 15, 2017 Ocean Nova

Feb 13 - 20, 2017 Ocean Nova

pricing

DECEMBER 2015 - FEBRUARY 2016 

Aboard Ocean Nova

2015 Departures: Dec 2, Dec 7, Dec 12 and Dec 17
$9,995 - Triple cabin
$10,995 - Twin cabin
$15,495 - Single cabin

2015 Holiday departures: Dec 22 and Dec 27
$11,795 - Triple cabin
$13,495 - Twin cabin
$18,995 - Single cabin

2016 Departures: Jan 17, 22, 27, Feb 8, 13
$10,895 - Triple cabin
$12,495 - Twin cabin
$17,395 - Single cabin

Aboard Hebridean Sky (formerly Sea Explorer)

2015 Departures: Dec 21 & Dec 26
$11,795 - Triple Suite
$13,495 - Window Suite
$13,995 - Superior Suite
$15,995 - Veranda Suite
$18,995 - Penthouse Suite
$18,995 - Single Suite

2015 Departures: Dec 31
$10,895 - Triple Suite
$12,495 - Window Suite
$12,995 - Superior Suite
$14,795 - Veranda Suite
$17,395 - Penthouse Suite
$17,395 - Single Suite

DECEMBER 2016 - FEBRUARY 2017

Aboard Ocean Nova

2016 Departures: Dec 2, Dec 7, Dec 12 and Dec 17
$10,795 - Triple cabin
$11,595 - Twin cabin
$15,995 - Single cabin
$ 895 - Sea Kayaking
$ 195 - Snowshoeing

2016 Holiday departures: Dec 22 and Dec 27
$11,995 - Triple cabin
$13,995 - Twin cabin
$19,995 - Single cabin
$ 895 - Sea Kayaking
$ 195 - Snowshoeing

2017 Departures: Jan 17, 22, 27, Feb 8, 13
$11,395 - Triple cabin
$12,995 - Twin cabin
$17,995 - Single cabin
$ 895 - Sea Kayaking
$ 195 - Snowshoeing

Aboard Hebridean Sky (formerly Sea Explorer)

2016 Departures: Dec 21, Dec 26, Dec 31
$12,995 - Triple Suite
$14,595 - Window Suite
$14,995 - Promenade Suite
$15,995 - Deluxe Suite
$16,995 - Veranda Suite
$19,995 - Penthouse Suite
$19,995 - Single Suite
$895 - Sea Kayaking

2017 Departures: Jan 5
$12,995 - Triple Suite
$14,595 - Window Suite
$14,995 - Promenade Suite
$15,995 - Deluxe Suite
$16,995 - Veranda Suite
$19,995 - Penthouse Suite
$19,995 - Single Suite
$895 - Sea Kayaking

All prices listed are per person, in US$
_______________________________________

Enhance your vacation wth optional Kayaking and Snowshoeing options!!

Kayaking Option is $895 per person - Sea kayaking experience required, maximum of 10 spaces per voyage. Need to reserve in advance.
Snowshoe Option is $195 per person - No experience required, only on December voyages and only 12 spaces per trip. Need to reserve in advance.

On request, we will match up single travelers with other passengers of the same gender in Twin cabins and waive the single supplement. Hotels rooms in Punta Arenas will also be shared for anyone booked in a Twin cabin.

Children's discount is 5% for ages 8-12

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Hebridean Sky — Antarctica

Hebridean Sky, formerly Sea Explorer, is a small, all-suite expedition vessel. She was built in 1992 and refurbished in 2005. In 2016 the ship will undergo an extensive, multimillion-dollar renovation that will transforming it into one of the finest small ships in the world. Hebridean Sky offers an exclusive and stylish base for adventurous exploration in Antarctica. Suites in seven different categories of accommodation are spacious, with premium appointments throughout. Each Suite features a sitting area, a private bathroom, a picture window, and two twin beds that, on request, can be joined to form a queen-size bed. A number of Suites include private balconies. Triple cabins feature a sofa bed. Public areas include “The Club” lounge, a Library, a presentation lounge with audio-visual facilities, a dining room, an outdoor cafe, an exercise room, a medical clinic, a wraparound deck, and an elevator serving all passenger decks. The ship has a fleet of 10 Zodiac boats.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Recently renovated modern European style hotel in the world's southernmost city, located on the main Plaza Munoz Gamero. High ceilings and beautiful artwork complement the stone floors in the entryways.

Ocean Nova — Polar Expedition Ship

This Polar Expedition Ship delivers clean, crisp Scandinavian styling and a reputation as an excellent ship in the Antarctic. The 67-passenger Ocean Nova was built in 1992 at the Ørskov Shipyard in Frederikshavn, Denmark, to navigate the ice-choked waters off Western Greenland. The ship was upgraded in 2000 and was significantly refurbished once again in 2006 to include a glass-enclosed forward observation lounge on the top deck. Classified to operate in ice-filled waters, she is guided by Danish officers with extensive experience in polar navigation. The Ocean Nova offers outside cabins, a spacious dining room and a comfortable library.

Sea Explorer — Polar Expedition Ship

Sea Explorer is a small, all-suite expedition vessel. She was built in 1992 and refurbished and redecorated in 2005. Several improvements have been made since. With an ice-strengthened hull, Sea Explorer offers an exclusive and stylish base for adventurous exploration in Antarctica. Although the vessel has capacity for up to 110 guests, we will accommodate a maximum of 71 travellers on our Air-Cruises, further increasing the comfort of our guests.

The ship offers six different categories of accommodation. All Suites are spacious, with premium appointments throughout. Each Suite features a sitting area, a private bathroom, a picture window, and two twin beds that, on request, can be joined to form a queen-size bed. Several Suites include private balconies accessed via a sliding door. Triple cabins feature a sofa bed.

Public areas include “The Club” (panorama lounge), a Library, a Lounge with audio-visual facilities, a Dining room, a wraparound Sun Deck with Jacuzzi, an Exercise Room, a Medical Clinic and an elevator serving all passenger decks. The ship has a fleet of 10 Zodiac boats that are used for exploration in Antarctica.

  • Maximize your time by skipping the Drake Passage and flying to the Antarctic Peninsula on this once-in-a-lifetime journey to the "last continent"
  • Discover the otherworldly beauty of Antarctica from the comfort of your well-appointed expedition vessel
  • Enjoy the full Antarctic experience of icebergs, glaciers, whales, penguins, seals, and Zodiac excursions

Few places on Earth make a deeper or more lasting impression than Antarctica. Its utter remoteness and wild beauty make it feel like another world. This trip lets you make the most of your unforgettable time here by trading the multi-day Drake Passage crossing for a two-hour flight from Punta Arenas. Once aboard your expedition ship, you’ll visit narrow straits of jaw-dropping majesty and gaze at vast glaciers of incandescent blue. Sea conditions determine the actual itinerary, but our ships call on remarkable places such as Deception Island—a volcanic caldera that we can sail into—and Paradise Bay, a favorite spot for Zodiac cruising to see fantastical iceberg sculptures and an ever-calving glacier. If your time is limited but your desire is strong, come with us on one of life’s most epic adventures!

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Punta Arenas, Chile

Arrive in Punta Arenas, Chile, where you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel. In the afternoon, you'll attend a briefing that will provide important information about your voyage and review the essential guidelines for Antarctic visitors. Later, gather for a welcome dinner and meet your fellow adventurers while enjoying a typical regional menu.

  • Dinner
  • Accomodation:Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Day 2: Fly to Antarctica

Your Antarctic adventure begins with a two-hour flight from Punta Arenas to King George Island in the South Shetland Islands. As you exit the airplane, you'll breathe in the clear Antarctic for the very first time. You'll have a chance to explore the area surrounding Chile’s Frei Station and Russia’s Bellingshausen station before boarding a Zodiac to embark your expedition vessel.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Ocean Nova OR Hebridean Sky OR Sea Explorer

Days 3-6: Explore the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands

Cruise between the South Shetland Islands and the western coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, sailing along ice-filled fjords and among spectacular icebergs, while enjoying the company of sea birds, penguins, seals and whales. Each day, disembark by Zodiac and explore the landscape together with expert polar guides. On board the ship, attend an engaging program of lectures and presentations, and enjoy spectacular vistas from the glass-enclosed lounge while sharing your daily adventures with fellow guests.

No journey is the same, as flexibility is the key to success in Antarctica. The Expedition Team sets the voyage route to take advantage of the ever-changing opportunities provided by nature, crafting a unique and extraordinary experience each time. While the exact itinerary changes with each expedition, you will explore several spots that offer the best possible overview of the varied Antarctic environment. Your voyage may include visits to sites such as Paulet Island, Hope Bay, Port Lockroy, Petermann Island, Paradise Bay, Deception Island, the Lemaire Channel, and many other magnificent places.

Deception Island (62°58′S 60°39'W)
Deception Island is one of the few volcanic calderas in the world that large ships may sail into and anchor. There are numerous anchorages within the caldera such as Whaler’s Bay, where we can explore abandoned whaling station ruins, hike up volcanic slopes to view volcanic lakes, and even bathe in steaming thermal waters along the shore if the conditions are right. On the outside of Deception Island is Baily Head, where more than 100,000 chinstrap penguins pairs make their home, sometimes nesting nearly to the top of the crater rim itself. Because of the steep black sand beach, sea conditions must be just right for safe landings at Baily Head.

Paradise Bay (64° 53’S, 62° 52’W)
Its name is appropriate, as it is one of the Antarctic Peninsula’s best-known scenic locations! Here we can make a landing on the continent itself, and enjoy panoramic views from the top of a hill (and have fun sliding back down!). Along the cliffs you can see nesting seabirds, and you might also see whales in the bay.

Orne Harbor (64° 37’S, 62° 32’W)
A steep climb to the summit of Orne Island, located on the east side of the Gerlache Strait, provides a 360-degree panoramic view of the strait and the surrounding islands and mountains. Some chinstrap penguins nest at the very top; these are the “mountain climbers” of the penguin world, preferring a “room with a view” from the top of the cliffs.

Cuverville Island (64° 41’S, 62° 38’W) Errera Channel
We'll visit the peninsula's largest gentoo penguin colony—approximately 5,000 pairs nest here—situated on a rocky beach on the north end of Cuverville Island. Southern Giant Petrels, Kelp Gulls, and Antarctic Terns also breed on the island. We can also cruise by Zodiac or sea kayak among the large bergs, where you can sometimes see curious leopard seals checking you out and humpback whales feeding just offshore. Small coveys of gentoos sometimes swim by, their soft calls producing background music.

Paulet Island (63° 35’S, 55° 47’W) South of Dundee Island
Located in the northwestern Weddell Sea, Paulet Island is home to a large rookery with hundreds of thousands of Adélie penguin pairs and their chicks. Here you'll also find the remains of the hut of Captain Carl Anton Larsen of the Swedish Antarctic Expedition, constructed in 1903 when the party lost its ship. Twenty men wintered here, surviving on penguins and seals. The island's volcanic cone rises 1,158 feet.

Lemaire Channel (65° 4’S, 63° 54’W)
A cruise through a breathtakingly narrow channel, with mountain walls rising thousands of feet straight out of the water, is one of the highlights of a trip to Antarctica. Minkes, humpbacks, and orcas are occasionally spotted, and leopard and crabeater seals sometimes frequent the ice floes. This strait runs between Booth Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, one of the most scenic locations on the western coast of Antarctica. However, the 6.8 miles may become impassable when ice fills the narrow passageway.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Ocean Nova OR Sea Explorer OR Hebridean Sky

Day 7: Fly back from Antarctica to Punta Arenas

Return to King George Island and bid farewell to Antarctica before boarding the flight back to Punta Arenas, where you'll transfer to your hotel for the night. (Note: Meals in Punta Arenas are at your leisure and not included in the program.)

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accomodation:Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Day 8: Depart for home

After breakfast, transfer to the Punta Arenas airport for your onward flight.

  • Breakfast

Hebridean Sky — Antarctica

Hebridean Sky, formerly Sea Explorer, is a small, all-suite expedition vessel. She was built in 1992 and refurbished in 2005. In 2016 the ship will undergo an extensive, multimillion-dollar renovation that will transforming it into one of the finest small ships in the world. Hebridean Sky offers an exclusive and stylish base for adventurous exploration in Antarctica. Suites in seven different categories of accommodation are spacious, with premium appointments throughout. Each Suite features a sitting area, a private bathroom, a picture window, and two twin beds that, on request, can be joined to form a queen-size bed. A number of Suites include private balconies. Triple cabins feature a sofa bed. Public areas include “The Club” lounge, a Library, a presentation lounge with audio-visual facilities, a dining room, an outdoor cafe, an exercise room, a medical clinic, a wraparound deck, and an elevator serving all passenger decks. The ship has a fleet of 10 Zodiac boats.

Hotel Cabo de Hornos

Recently renovated modern European style hotel in the world's southernmost city, located on the main Plaza Munoz Gamero. High ceilings and beautiful artwork complement the stone floors in the entryways.

Ocean Nova — Polar Expedition Ship

This Polar Expedition Ship delivers clean, crisp Scandinavian styling and a reputation as an excellent ship in the Antarctic. The 67-passenger Ocean Nova was built in 1992 at the Ørskov Shipyard in Frederikshavn, Denmark, to navigate the ice-choked waters off Western Greenland. The ship was upgraded in 2000 and was significantly refurbished once again in 2006 to include a glass-enclosed forward observation lounge on the top deck. Classified to operate in ice-filled waters, she is guided by Danish officers with extensive experience in polar navigation. The Ocean Nova offers outside cabins, a spacious dining room and a comfortable library.

Sea Explorer — Polar Expedition Ship

Sea Explorer is a small, all-suite expedition vessel. She was built in 1992 and refurbished and redecorated in 2005. Several improvements have been made since. With an ice-strengthened hull, Sea Explorer offers an exclusive and stylish base for adventurous exploration in Antarctica. Although the vessel has capacity for up to 110 guests, we will accommodate a maximum of 71 travellers on our Air-Cruises, further increasing the comfort of our guests.

The ship offers six different categories of accommodation. All Suites are spacious, with premium appointments throughout. Each Suite features a sitting area, a private bathroom, a picture window, and two twin beds that, on request, can be joined to form a queen-size bed. Several Suites include private balconies accessed via a sliding door. Triple cabins feature a sofa bed.

Public areas include “The Club” (panorama lounge), a Library, a Lounge with audio-visual facilities, a Dining room, a wraparound Sun Deck with Jacuzzi, an Exercise Room, a Medical Clinic and an elevator serving all passenger decks. The ship has a fleet of 10 Zodiac boats that are used for exploration in Antarctica.

Dates and Pricing

Dec 02 - 09, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 07 - 14, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 12 - 19, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 17 - 24, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 21 - 28, 2015 Sea Explorer

Dec 22 - 29, 2015 Ocean Nova

Dec 27, 2015 - Jan 03, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 31, 2015 - Jan 07, 2016 Sold out

Jan 17 - 24, 2016 Ocean Nova

Jan 22 - 29, 2016 Ocean Nova

Jan 27, 2016 - Feb 03, 2016 Ocean Nova

Feb 08 - 15, 2016 Ocean Nova

Feb 13 - 20, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 02 - 09, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 07 - 14, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 12 - 19, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 17 - 24, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 21 - 28, 2016 Hebridean Sky

Dec 22 - 29, 2016 Ocean Nova

Dec 26, 2016 - Jan 02, 2017 Hebridean Sky

Dec 27, 2016 - Jan 03, 2017 Ocean Nova

Dec 31, 2016 - Jan 07, 2017 Hebridean Sky

Jan 05 - 12, 2017 Hebridean Sky

Jan 17 - 24, 2017 Ocean Nova

Jan 22 - 29, 2017 Ocean Nova

Jan 27, 2017 - Feb 03, 2017 Ocean Nova

Feb 08 - 15, 2017 Ocean Nova

Feb 13 - 20, 2017 Ocean Nova

pricing

DECEMBER 2015 - FEBRUARY 2016 

Aboard Ocean Nova

2015 Departures: Dec 2, Dec 7, Dec 12 and Dec 17
$9,995 - Triple cabin
$10,995 - Twin cabin
$15,495 - Single cabin

2015 Holiday departures: Dec 22 and Dec 27
$11,795 - Triple cabin
$13,495 - Twin cabin
$18,995 - Single cabin

2016 Departures: Jan 17, 22, 27, Feb 8, 13
$10,895 - Triple cabin
$12,495 - Twin cabin
$17,395 - Single cabin

Aboard Hebridean Sky (formerly Sea Explorer)

2015 Departures: Dec 21 & Dec 26
$11,795 - Triple Suite
$13,495 - Window Suite
$13,995 - Superior Suite
$15,995 - Veranda Suite
$18,995 - Penthouse Suite
$18,995 - Single Suite

2015 Departures: Dec 31
$10,895 - Triple Suite
$12,495 - Window Suite
$12,995 - Superior Suite
$14,795 - Veranda Suite
$17,395 - Penthouse Suite
$17,395 - Single Suite

DECEMBER 2016 - FEBRUARY 2017

Aboard Ocean Nova

2016 Departures: Dec 2, Dec 7, Dec 12 and Dec 17
$10,795 - Triple cabin
$11,595 - Twin cabin
$15,995 - Single cabin
$ 895 - Sea Kayaking
$ 195 - Snowshoeing

2016 Holiday departures: Dec 22 and Dec 27
$11,995 - Triple cabin
$13,995 - Twin cabin
$19,995 - Single cabin
$ 895 - Sea Kayaking
$ 195 - Snowshoeing

2017 Departures: Jan 17, 22, 27, Feb 8, 13
$11,395 - Triple cabin
$12,995 - Twin cabin
$17,995 - Single cabin
$ 895 - Sea Kayaking
$ 195 - Snowshoeing

Aboard Hebridean Sky (formerly Sea Explorer)

2016 Departures: Dec 21, Dec 26, Dec 31
$12,995 - Triple Suite
$14,595 - Window Suite
$14,995 - Promenade Suite
$15,995 - Deluxe Suite
$16,995 - Veranda Suite
$19,995 - Penthouse Suite
$19,995 - Single Suite
$895 - Sea Kayaking

2017 Departures: Jan 5
$12,995 - Triple Suite
$14,595 - Window Suite
$14,995 - Promenade Suite
$15,995 - Deluxe Suite
$16,995 - Veranda Suite
$19,995 - Penthouse Suite
$19,995 - Single Suite
$895 - Sea Kayaking

All prices listed are per person, in US$
_______________________________________

Enhance your vacation wth optional Kayaking and Snowshoeing options!!

Kayaking Option is $895 per person - Sea kayaking experience required, maximum of 10 spaces per voyage. Need to reserve in advance.
Snowshoe Option is $195 per person - No experience required, only on December voyages and only 12 spaces per trip. Need to reserve in advance.

On request, we will match up single travelers with other passengers of the same gender in Twin cabins and waive the single supplement. Hotels rooms in Punta Arenas will also be shared for anyone booked in a Twin cabin.

Children's discount is 5% for ages 8-12

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