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Epic Antarctica Adventure

Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure on this diverse expedition — you’ll experience the spectacular flora and fauna of the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) before immersing yourself in the unique history and exquisite, rare wildlife of South Georgia.

Whether you’re visiting Antarctic research stations, witnessing a sudden minke whale breach from your Zodiac, sharing a magical moment with king penguins, or celebrating crossing the Antarctic Circle with like-minded travelers and crew, you’ll know this experience will live on in you forever.
18 December, 2018 to 09 January, 2019 Make a booking request for Epic Antarctica Adventure, departing on 18 December, 2018

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Triple £ 10160 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A triple on deck four is an interior cabin with two lower berths, one upper berth and private bath. Approximately 10-15 m² (105 to 160 sq ft).
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Twin Porthole £ 15165 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole on deck four features a porthole window, two lower berths and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
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Twin Window £ 15781 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin window on deck five features a picture window, two lower berths and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
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Upper Deck Twin £ 16474 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
An upper deck twin on decks seven and eight features a large picture window (obstructed view), two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 13 m² (140 sq ft).
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Twin Porthole Plus 2 £ 17090 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole plus 2 on deck four is twice the size of a twin porthole, with 2 bathrooms. It features a porthole window, one or two beds and two private baths. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
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Twin Porthole Plus 1 £ 17090 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole plus 1 on deck four is twice the size of a twin porthole, with 1 bathroom. It features a porthole window, one or two beds and one private bath. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
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Superior Twin £ 17860 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A superior twin on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and a private bath. Approximately 19 m² (205 sq ft).
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Single Inside £ 18245 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A single on deck five is an interior cabin with a lower berth and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
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Top Deck Twin £ 18553 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A top deck twin on deck eight features two large picture windows (partial obstruction), one double bed and private bath. Approximately 14.5 m² (155 sq ft).
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Twin Window Plus 2 £ 19400 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin window plus 2 on deck five is twice the size of a twin window, with 2 bathrooms. It features a picture window, one or two beds and two private baths. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
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Junior Suite £ 20247 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A junior suite on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 30 m² (320 sq ft).
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Owner's Suite £ 21094 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
The owner’s suite on deck seven features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate sitting room and private bath with tub. Approximately 30 m² (320 sq ft).
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18 February, 2019 to 12 March, 2019 Make a booking request for Epic Antarctica Adventure, departing on 18 February, 2019

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Triple £ 10160 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A triple on deck four is an interior cabin with two lower berths, one upper berth and private bath. Approximately 10-15 m² (105 to 160 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Porthole £ 15165 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole on deck four features a porthole window, two lower berths and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Window £ 15781 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin window on deck five features a picture window, two lower berths and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Upper Deck Twin £ 16474 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
An upper deck twin on decks seven and eight features a large picture window (obstructed view), two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 13 m² (140 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Porthole Plus 2 £ 17090 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole plus 2 on deck four is twice the size of a twin porthole, with 2 bathrooms. It features a porthole window, one or two beds and two private baths. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Porthole Plus 1 £ 17090 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole plus 1 on deck four is twice the size of a twin porthole, with 1 bathroom. It features a porthole window, one or two beds and one private bath. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Superior Twin £ 17860 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A superior twin on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and a private bath. Approximately 19 m² (205 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Single Inside £ 18245 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A single on deck five is an interior cabin with a lower berth and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Top Deck Twin £ 18553 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A top deck twin on deck eight features two large picture windows (partial obstruction), one double bed and private bath. Approximately 14.5 m² (155 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Window Plus 2 £ 19400 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin window plus 2 on deck five is twice the size of a twin window, with 2 bathrooms. It features a picture window, one or two beds and two private baths. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Junior Suite £ 20247 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A junior suite on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 30 m² (320 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Owner's Suite £ 21094 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
The owner’s suite on deck seven features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate sitting room and private bath with tub. Approximately 30 m² (320 sq ft).
view cabin photo
15 February, 2020 to 08 March, 2020 Make a booking request for Epic Antarctica Adventure, departing on 15 February, 2020

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Triple £ 12085 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A triple on deck four is an interior cabin with two lower berths, one upper berth and private bath. Approximately 10-15 m² (105 to 160 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Porthole £ 17899 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole on deck four features a porthole window, two lower berths and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Window £ 18639 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin window on deck five features a picture window, two lower berths and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Upper Deck Twin £ 19439 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
An upper deck twin on decks seven and eight features a large picture window (obstructed view), two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 13 m² (140 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Porthole Plus £ 20179 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin porthole plus 1 on deck four is twice the size of a twin porthole, with 1 bathroom. It features a porthole window, one or two beds and one private bath. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Superior Twin £ 21149 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A superior twin on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and a private bath. Approximately 19 m² (205 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Single Inside £ 21549 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A single on deck five is an interior cabin with a lower berth and private bath. Approximately 9-10 m² (95 to 105 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Top Deck Twin £ 21945 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A top deck twin on deck eight features two large picture windows (partial obstruction), one double bed and private bath. Approximately 14.5 m² (155 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Twin Window Plus £ 22915 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A twin window plus 2 on deck five is twice the size of a twin window, with 2 bathrooms. It features a picture window, one or two beds and two private baths. Approximately 18-20 m² (190 to 200 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Junior Suite £ 23945 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
A junior suite on decks five and seven features a picture window, two lower berths or one double bed and private bath. Approximately 30 m² (320 sq ft).
view cabin photo
Owner's Suite £ 24909 GBP pp (+ Charter Flights & overnight in BA prior to cruise 950 USD pp)
The owner’s suite on deck seven features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate sitting room and private bath with tub. Approximately 30 m² (320 sq ft).
view cabin photo

Epic Antarctica Adventure itinerary:

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Day 1 — Buenos Aires, Argentina
You may arrive in Buenos Aires at any time during Day 1 of the itinerary. Upon your arrival at this splendid city, known for its soaring architecture and rich European heritage, you will independently transfer to the group hotel (pre-night hotel included).
Day 2 — Ushuaia, Argentina and Embarkation
After breakfast at the hotel, the group will transfer to the airport and board our private charter flight to Ushuaia, Argentina. Upon arrival, you will have a little time to explore this quaint port town before heading to the pier. Embarkation will occur in the late afternoon, after which your vessel will sail down the historic Beagle Channel. This famous channel transects the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the extreme south of South America. Expect an air of anticipation as you depart—the next time you see land you’ll be in the world’s most southern continent!
Day 3 — At Sea
There are many activities to keep you engaged while we’re at sea. You can take advantage of the library of books available on your ship, hang out at the bar chatting to other travelers or spend time out on deck, admiring the sea. Your Expedition Team will also conduct a series of presentations to familiarize yourself with how to prepare for Zodiac cruises and shore landings.
Days 4 and 5 — Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
The Falkland archipelago contains two main islands, East and West, which we will explore by Zodiac excursions and daily landings. These rugged islands have a frontier feel to them, especially at Port Stanley—the largest settlement on the islands. It’s an interesting British outpost–type place, where you may just as easily wander into a pub as you will a church or museum. With your camera at hand, our wildlife sightings in the Falklands (Malvinas) should include at least three species of penguins and two endemic bird species—Cobb’s wren and the Falkland’s flightless steamer duck. Your team of lecturers and specialists will be sure to educate you on the local flora and fauna so that you have the most memorable time.
Days 6 and 7 — At Sea
Enroute to South Georgia you’ll cross the invisible biological boundary unique to Antarctica – the Antarctic Convergence. This meeting of oceans is what creates the abundance of krill and marine life that attract large cetaceans such as humpback whales.
Days 8 to 11 — South Georgia
Evidence of the old whaling and sealing heydays is still found throughout the island. You’ll be surprised to learn that whale and seal populations were once decimated here, as today their populations are strong, with massive rookeries to be seen. One significant and historic site that will be of interest is the grave of the great explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. Visiting his grave at the settlement of Grytviken, which is also home to an old whaling station and a research station, is a day for reflecting on what it must have been like to be one of the first explorers to this unforgiving, yet beautiful environment. While South Georgia’s history is an important attraction to the islands, it is the wildlife that you and your shipmates will likely find most captivating. Often referred to as the ‘Galapagos of the Poles,’ South Georgia contains an exceptional quantity of wildlife. Each landing you make on South Georgia will open your eyes to a new wonder of wildlife. One day you may see rookeries with a 100 thousand pairs of king penguins waddling on the beach. The next day we may visit another beach with thousands of fur or elephant seals. The grasses, mountains and beaches of South Georgia all play an important role in the breeding and survival of different bird and animal species. Your Expedition Team will be happy to share their knowledge of how these vulnerable relationships all play out on the island.
Days 12 and 13 — At Sea
Antarctica awaits, along with its own penguin and seal species. While you’re at sea, you can enjoy quiet time or take in presentations by the Expedition Team, who will cover everything from the history and geology of Antarctica to tips on identifying different species and what makes each of them unique.
Days 14 to 16 — South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula
The most common reaction to arriving at the White Continent is a sense of reverence and awe. The experience is hard to put into words. You will discover that Antarctica is a land of extremes: at one moment you’ll be overcome with a feeling of complete silence and loneliness, the next you’ll be laughing at the comical antics of a curious penguin. Glacier hikes, visits to research bases and, of course, communing with seals and penguins are sure to keep you smiling each and every day. Perhaps you’ll catch sight of the fearless penguin-eater, the leopard seal, or come eye–to–eye with a curious minke whale while on a Zodiac. Each day and each landing will present a new collection of creatures to entertain you and keep your camera busy. If you find yourself wanting more, then perhaps you’ll treat yourself by booking our kayaking Adventure Option (reserve in advance when booking your trip) or if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed, a little shock therapy courtesy of a Polar Plunge might be what you need!
Days 17 and 18 — The Antarctic Circle
Crossing the Antarctic Circle is an impressive achievement, as most expeditions to the Peninsula do not come close to reaching this far south. With a toast to the first explorers who ventured here, you can raise a glass of champagne and take pride in knowing you’ve made it to a part of the world visited by very few people. This is raw Antarctica, home to the midnight sun, with the potential for fantastic iceberg sightings.
Days 19 and 20 — Northbound Along the Peninsula
If you haven’t had your fill of Antarctic wildlife and icebergs by now, you’ll surely be satisfied by the time we return to the Drake Passage. You will continue to journey onto land by Zodiac twice daily as you travel north along the western Antarctic Peninsula. Your Expedition Team will always be on the lookout for species of penguins, seals and whales that may have eluded you on the journey south.
Please Note:
Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy – and excitement – of expedition travel. There are no guarantees that we can achieve everything we set out to accomplish. A measure of flexibility is something all of us must bring to a voyage. There are nearly 200 recognized sites in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands and the places mentioned above may be changed to others equally as interesting.

Epic Antarctica Adventure reverse itinerary:

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Please Note: *
Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy – and excitement – of expedition travel. There are no guarantees that we can achieve everything we set out to accomplish. A measure of flexibility is something all of us must bring to a voyage. There are nearly 200 recognized sites in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands and the places mentioned above may be changed to others equally as interesting.
Days 19 and 20 — Northbound Along the Peninsula *
If you haven’t had your fill of Antarctic wildlife and icebergs by now, you’ll surely be satisfied by the time we return to the Drake Passage. You will continue to journey onto land by Zodiac twice daily as you travel north along the western Antarctic Peninsula. Your Expedition Team will always be on the lookout for species of penguins, seals and whales that may have eluded you on the journey south.
Days 17 and 18 — The Antarctic Circle *
Crossing the Antarctic Circle is an impressive achievement, as most expeditions to the Peninsula do not come close to reaching this far south. With a toast to the first explorers who ventured here, you can raise a glass of champagne and take pride in knowing you’ve made it to a part of the world visited by very few people. This is raw Antarctica, home to the midnight sun, with the potential for fantastic iceberg sightings.
Days 14 to 16 — South Shetland Islands and Antarctic Peninsula *
The most common reaction to arriving at the White Continent is a sense of reverence and awe. The experience is hard to put into words. You will discover that Antarctica is a land of extremes: at one moment you’ll be overcome with a feeling of complete silence and loneliness, the next you’ll be laughing at the comical antics of a curious penguin. Glacier hikes, visits to research bases and, of course, communing with seals and penguins are sure to keep you smiling each and every day. Perhaps you’ll catch sight of the fearless penguin-eater, the leopard seal, or come eye–to–eye with a curious minke whale while on a Zodiac. Each day and each landing will present a new collection of creatures to entertain you and keep your camera busy. If you find yourself wanting more, then perhaps you’ll treat yourself by booking our kayaking Adventure Option (reserve in advance when booking your trip) or if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed, a little shock therapy courtesy of a Polar Plunge might be what you need!
Days 12 and 13 — At Sea *
Antarctica awaits, along with its own penguin and seal species. While you’re at sea, you can enjoy quiet time or take in presentations by the Expedition Team, who will cover everything from the history and geology of Antarctica to tips on identifying different species and what makes each of them unique.
Days 8 to 11 — South Georgia *
Evidence of the old whaling and sealing heydays is still found throughout the island. You’ll be surprised to learn that whale and seal populations were once decimated here, as today their populations are strong, with massive rookeries to be seen. One significant and historic site that will be of interest is the grave of the great explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. Visiting his grave at the settlement of Grytviken, which is also home to an old whaling station and a research station, is a day for reflecting on what it must have been like to be one of the first explorers to this unforgiving, yet beautiful environment. While South Georgia’s history is an important attraction to the islands, it is the wildlife that you and your shipmates will likely find most captivating. Often referred to as the ‘Galapagos of the Poles,’ South Georgia contains an exceptional quantity of wildlife. Each landing you make on South Georgia will open your eyes to a new wonder of wildlife. One day you may see rookeries with a 100 thousand pairs of king penguins waddling on the beach. The next day we may visit another beach with thousands of fur or elephant seals. The grasses, mountains and beaches of South Georgia all play an important role in the breeding and survival of different bird and animal species. Your Expedition Team will be happy to share their knowledge of how these vulnerable relationships all play out on the island.
Days 6 and 7 — At Sea *
Enroute to South Georgia you’ll cross the invisible biological boundary unique to Antarctica – the Antarctic Convergence. This meeting of oceans is what creates the abundance of krill and marine life that attract large cetaceans such as humpback whales.
Days 4 and 5 — Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) *
The Falkland archipelago contains two main islands, East and West, which we will explore by Zodiac excursions and daily landings. These rugged islands have a frontier feel to them, especially at Port Stanley—the largest settlement on the islands. It’s an interesting British outpost–type place, where you may just as easily wander into a pub as you will a church or museum. With your camera at hand, our wildlife sightings in the Falklands (Malvinas) should include at least three species of penguins and two endemic bird species—Cobb’s wren and the Falkland’s flightless steamer duck. Your team of lecturers and specialists will be sure to educate you on the local flora and fauna so that you have the most memorable time.
Day 3 — At Sea *
There are many activities to keep you engaged while we’re at sea. You can take advantage of the library of books available on your ship, hang out at the bar chatting to other travelers or spend time out on deck, admiring the sea. Your Expedition Team will also conduct a series of presentations to familiarize yourself with how to prepare for Zodiac cruises and shore landings.
Day 2 — Ushuaia, Argentina and Embarkation *
After breakfast at the hotel, the group will transfer to the airport and board our private charter flight to Ushuaia, Argentina. Upon arrival, you will have a little time to explore this quaint port town before heading to the pier. Embarkation will occur in the late afternoon, after which your vessel will sail down the historic Beagle Channel. This famous channel transects the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the extreme south of South America. Expect an air of anticipation as you depart—the next time you see land you’ll be in the world’s most southern continent!
Day 1 — Buenos Aires, Argentina *
You may arrive in Buenos Aires at any time during Day 1 of the itinerary. Upon your arrival at this splendid city, known for its soaring architecture and rich European heritage, you will independently transfer to the group hotel (pre-night hotel included).
* = Indicative
Map for Epic Antarctica Adventure
Ocean Endeavour, the ship servicing Epic Antarctica Adventure

Ocean Endeavour

Vessel Type: Expedition

Length: 137m

Passenger Capacity: 198

Built: 1982 - refurbished 2010 & 2014

Sailing with a maximum of 198-passengers, Ocean Endeavour is the perfect vessel for expedition cruising. Outfitted with twenty Zodiacs, advanced navigation equipment, multiple lounges and a top deck observation room, she is purpose-built for passenger experiences in remote environments. The Ocean Endeavour boasts a 1B ice class, enabling her to freely explore throughout the Arctic summer.

Launched in 1982, she has had numerous upgrades, most recently in 2010 and 2014. At 137 meters (450ft) in length, Ocean Endeavour has plenty of interior and exterior space. Enjoy multiple decks offering comfortable lounge chairs, outdoor dining, a swimming pool, sauna and even a hot tub! The spacious interiors allow for multiple workshops and presentations to occur simultaneously. Community is at the heart of Adventure Canada’s expedition experience. We gather together to learn, enjoy a drink, sing a song or share a yarn – connecting with one and other. The three lounges aboard Ocean Endeavour are fantastic public spaces for seminars, events and dialogue.

The Ocean Endeavour’s private spaces are stylish and comfortable. All cabins have private washroom facilities, a phone for internal calls, radio, TV and air-conditioning. There are a variety of cabin categories available ranging from 9-30 m2 (100-320 sq ft).

Ocean Endeavour’s crew is experienced, and friendly. Her shallow draft and maneuverability allow her to access isolated fiords, bays and secluded communities. The stylish vessel is at home among the glorious settings we seek. Enjoy the class and comfort of a boutique hotel, while venturing to some of the world’s last great frontiers aboard the Ocean Endeavour!

Ocean EndeavourOcean Endeavour

Cabin layout for Ocean Endeavour
• Explore the world’s seventh continent on the Antarctic Peninsula by ship, Zodiac and on foot;

• Learn about Antarctica’s unique geology, history and wildlife with an expert team of lecturers;

• See the incredible wildlife of South Georgia, often referred to as “the Galapagos of the South.” This includes more than 30 species of breeding birds, including four species of penguin;

• Follow in the footsteps of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s perilous voyage on South Georgia and pause for a moment at his graveside;

• Explore the quaint, British town of Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands;

• Crossing of the Antarctic Circle;

• On board lecturers and educational presentations from Polar specialists.
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