• Antarctica voyage – Option 2

    08 December, 2018

    Information about the ships:

    Thank you for your patience, I looked into the available ship and cabin options, since this year quite a few are sold out already. I assume you are looking for a ship with larger more well-appointed cabin accommodations, in early December 2018.  After searching through all of the available options I have selected two trips below that think these will be a good fit for your group.  I have listed the current rates and available cabins (based on availability of four people traveling) below but keep in mind that these could change at any time.  Some of the  rates would be revised soon by the ships.  Here are the details (these options are in no particular order and any of them would be a great choice):

     

    Option 2

    Onboard the Ocean Adventurer (132 passengers) – A great all around ship run by the very experienced Quark Expeditions. I am suggesting the Deluxe Cabin, having undergone a major refurbishment in 2017, the Ocean Adventurer is a classic expedition ship with a comfortable feel and excellent public viewing lounges. The cabins are comfortable and modest with twin beds in all categories, however they have been remodeled to resemble a low- to mid-range hotel, like a Holiday Inn or similar. The expert education program is run by one of the most seasoned operators in the region. Onboard service is excellent with top-notch cuisine. Camping, kayaking, and snowshoeing are offered.

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  • Antarctica voyage – Option 1

    29 November, 2018

    Information about the ships :

    Thank you for your patience, I looked into the available ship and cabin options, since this year quite a few are sold out already. I assume you are looking for a ship with larger more well-appointed cabin accommodations, in early December 2018.  After searching through all of the available options I have selected two trips below that think these will be a good fit for your group.  I have listed the current rates and available cabins (based on availability of four people traveling) below but keep in mind that these could change at any time.  Some of the  rates would be revised soon by the ships.  Here are the details (these options are in no particular order and any of them would be a great choice):

     

    Option 1 onboard the Island Sky (112 passengers) – This is a great choice if superior accommodations and an excellent expedition program are your top priority.  I have suggested the Window Suite but the less expensive Porthole Suite is the same size and configuration but does not have full sized windows.  However since the Porthole Suite is on the lower deck some may prefer this since it is much more stable in rough seas. The Island Sky offers the best of both worlds and does an excellent job of bringing together an all-suite, moderately luxurious ship with an active and robust expedition program that includes opportunities for guests to participate in citizen science. They offer a very good education program and the excursions are led by experienced and knowledgeable staff who are among the best in the industry and the service onboard is excellent. Accommodations are similar to a modern upscale hotel. Recent upgrades include the addition of tinted sliding glass doors to all cabins on the Promenade Deck, bringing Antarctica into your suite and giving easy access to the outer deck. Camping and kayaking are offered (at an additional charge and based on availability.)

     

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  • South America Tour – 2016

    03 July, 2016

    A continent so unique and charming that it is a magnet for travelers.

    This tour is delicately designed to give travelers an opportunity to see some of the gems in South America. Come join our tour and explore the Latin American continent.

    A pre-tour extension to visit the Braziling Amazon (and see meeting of the rivers) or post-tour extension to see Nazca Lines & Ballestas Island in Peru is possible.

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  • Antarctica Voyage: Voyage to the White Continent

    25 December, 2016

    Traveling to the farthest reaches of the world doesn’t mean you can’t be comfortable! Embark on this ideal introduction to Antarctica aboard a beautiful expedition ship that combines adventure with service and many amenities of a classic passenger vessel. The outstanding cuisine may vie with the landscape and wildlife for your attention. Depart and finish in the port of Ushuaia in Argentina, and visit prime sites along the Antarctic Peninsula and the neighboring South Shetland Islands. This program emphasizes wildlife viewing, possible visits to scientific bases, breathtaking scenery with narrow waterways, glaciers, icebergs and rugged mountains. Enjoy quality and value at a good price!

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