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The 66 Degree South Latitude - 14 Days

14 Days FROM USD 10,995

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Overview

Embarking in Ushuaia you will undertake an incredible journey to the serene and isolated sites of the Antarctic Peninsula. On board the Sea Spirit you will undertake a true expedition experience. A small ship adventure is the best way to explore the frozen white continent, undertake more landings in completely flexible and tailored sites depending on the adventure at hand. Perhaps you will encounter a pod of whales or a group of curious penguins hopping along rocky shores. No experience is the same. This is truly a transformative experience on one of the most isolated places on Earth

Optional Activities : Camping, Kayaking, Photography

Trip Code: ACPOSSD

Travel Style: Small Ship Expedition Cruise

Location: Antarctic Peninsula

Ship: SEA SPIRIT

Flights: We offer a range of flights to meet your cruise. Contact us today to discuss.

CRUISE ITINERARY

Pricing per person & date

The 66 Degree South Latitude - 14 Days from USD 10,995
Departing Ending Duration
27 Jan 2022 09 Feb 2022 14

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Camping

Camping

Kayaking

Kayaking

Photography

Photography

Important Information

  • Cabin accommodation on board ship
    All meals on board
    All scheduled landings and excursions by zodiac
    Complimentary use of rubber boots during course of voyage
    Al port fees
    1 Pre voyage night in Ushuaia
    Group transfer from the airport to the hotel on the day prior to embarkation
    Group transfer hotel - ship on embarkation day
    Tea and coffee station 24 hours faily
    Expedition Parka (yours to keep)


    EXCLUSIONS 

    International flights
    Visa and reciprocity fees if applicable
    Travel and medical insurance
    Gratuities for staff and crew
    Personal expenses such as excess baggage and telecommunications
    Fuel surcharges

  • 2 (light adventure)
  • Available upon request. Contact us for more details.

  • Please note this itinerary is subject to change depending on weather and ice conditions

  • Departure date, seasonality and availability

SPEAK TO A SPECIALIST

Sustainability

We appreciate that voyages to the Antarctic to have an impact on this pristine environment. In light of this, all our voyages are double carbon offset. In addition, we strive to eliminate as many single use plastics as possible from our supply chain. In choosing this voyage you are also supporting the fantastic work done by the Antarctic Science Foundation (ASF) and their work in understanding and protecting this unique destination. In addition all voyages support the Mawsons Huts Foundation (MHF). The MHF support the legacy of Sir Douglas Mawson, the legendary Antarctic explorer and scientist. As a member of IAATO we follow strict guidelines appointed by the Antarctic Treaty System to go above and beyond in support of minimizing negative impacts on this pristine landscape. We also encourage clients to look to book pre-and post- accommodation with us, where local businesses will be supported. Our clients also receive restaurant recommendations which support locally owned restaurants.

We carefully select all ships we work with and choose smaller sized vessels to create less impact. We use a highly regulated, licensed vessel which is well equipped to operate in the Antarctic’s delicate ecosystem. We view the voyage to the Antarctic as an expedition, not a sightseeing trip. Smaller ships such as ours can navigate narrow waterways and are far less polluting than the larger ships in Antarctic waters. By carrying less passengers, we have far less waste. The waste is carried back to the home port to allow for environmentally conscious waste management and disposal.

For more information on our sustainability policies, including how we are striving towards being a paperless organisation, click HERE

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