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/S ExpeditionA true adventure to the world's most remote wilderness! Our 11-day Antarctica Classic expedition focuses on the South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula, home to some of the planet's most impressive wildlife and dramatic landscapes. Throughout our voyage, our team of lecturers and guides will share their knowledge of the region's remarkable natural history.
M/S ExpeditionExplore the rugged, remote South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula, home to some of the continentís most dramatic landscapes and impressive wildlife. See huge penguin rookeries rubbing shoulders with seal colonies, while Orcas and whales ply the waters offshore. Cap this unforgettable journey with a visit to vibrant Buenos Aires.
M/S ExpeditionJoin us on a voyage of discovery to Antarctica - our planet's last frontier - a fabulous and virtually pristine paradise. Our ice-strengthened expedition ship is ideally suited to cruising in this icy wilderness. The end result is more like a private expedition than a traditional cruise.
M/V Ortelius The Falkland Islands are generally cool and windy because they are situated in the stormy latitudes of the southern westerly winds or Roaring Forties. Temperatures can range between 40 - 50 F (5 - 10 C). The Falklands were discovered in 1592.
M/S ExpeditionTrekking through Patagonia's Glacier National Park and Tores del Paine, witnessing thousands of penguins, the Tierra del Fuego and the Drake Passage, exploring the South Shetland Islands, setting foot on Antarctica.
M/S ExpeditionExperience vast penguin rookeries and seal colonies on this awe-inspiring voyage to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands. A 20-day voyage visiting historical sites of past explorers, and the wildlife rich island of South Georgia. Antarctica is beyond comprehension and sure to amaze any traveler seeking a true adventure to the world's most remote wilderness.