Ocean NovaFly from Punta Arenas, Chile aboard our new BAe 146-200 and cruise Antarctica aboard the Ocean Nova.
Ocean NovaLeaving from Ushuaia, sailing though the Beagle Channel, exploring Cape Horn and crossing the mythical waters of the Drake Passage, we invite you to participate in a unique experience that will take you to one of the most remote places on earth, the coldest, highest, windiest, driest, and most inhospitable continent - Antarctica. You will return from King George Island on our new BAe 146-200 airplane.
M/V OrteliusThe Antarctic Peninsula offers you the most dramatic scenery and biggest variety of wildlife in Antarctica. In the southern summer large ice-free areas provide breeding grounds for very large numbers of seabirds and seals.
M/V PlanciusThe Atlantic Odyssey from Antarctica to Europe takes 50 days and is a unique voyages that includes not only the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), South Georgia and the South Orkney Islands but also seldom visited islands such as Tristan da Cunha, St. Helena and Ascension Island.
NoorderlichtThe North Atlantic islands and coastlines offer some of the finest scenery and wildlife experiences in the world. From the Scottish Isles to the High Arctic, visitors to the region can witness enormous colonies of seabirds thronging the cliffs and shores, and enjoy the thrilling antics of whales and dolphins and seals at sea.
M/V PlanciusPlease note that there are no embarkation possibilities on Ascension Island and that this cruise can only be taken as a continuation of Atlantic Odyssey Cruise - Ushuaia to Ascension.
M/V OrteliusThis is a “once in a lifetime” voyage: all islands, all “hot spots” combined in one voyage. During this unique voyage we combine the Falkland islands (Carcass and Saunders), South Georgia (famous for its Elephant Seals, King Penguins and breeding grounds of the Wandering Albatrosses) with the rarely visited and uninhabited South Sandwich Islands, home to the world’s largest Chinstrap Penguin colony (over a million breeding pairs!). The expedition will aim for a landing on the continent of Antarctica.