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Cruises from Antarctica & all Antarctica cruises for 2021-2022 

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The last-frontier ice desert of Antarctica attracts 45,000 visitors a year to view its windswept, treeless, frozen wasteland. Wildlife on show includes penguins, seals, birds, dolphins and orcas. Since most of the wildlife in Antarctica is found on the ice-free narrow ridges of coastline around the islands and mainland, cruise passengers don't have to miss out on any of the interesting sea, land or air creatures of this exciting continent. All travel ashore is by inflatable Zodiacs. Only 100 passengers per ship are allowed onshore at any given time, so guests on larger vessels will view the icescape from their ship. Watch in awe as icebergs are calved from the continental ice shelf, then race away in your Zodiac to avoid the wash.

Orion with its ice-strengthened hull sails from Dunedin (New Zealand), calling at Cape Adare and Cape Hallett, both within the Antarctic Circle, and three sub-Antarctic islands, which are replete with myriads of sea birds and seals. For Australians this is the best way to explore the region.

Travel to Antarctica is from late November to early March. Of the large cruise ships visiting the Antarctic Peninsula (sub-Antarctic) are HAL’s Prinsendam as part of a circumnavigation of South America in early 2014, HAL’s Zaandam 21-night Santiago-to-Buenos Aires cruises 2013/2014, and Celebrity Infinity’s 14-night cruises out of Buenos Aires in February 2014. The luxury vessel Seabourn Quest also reaches Antarctica as it sails the very popular Santiago-to-Buenos Aires route. Silver Explorer offers eight voyages out of Ushuaia, South America, to the sub-Antarctic Peninsula in December 2013 and February 2014. Zodiacs afford landing on the Antarctic Peninsula.



Top 10 Daily Deals for Antarctica Cruises

Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

1

DEC 21

34

NIGHTS

Up to $185 OBC

Dep: Los Angeles


Ret: Buenos Aires

$6,198

$182

18

DEC 20

16

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Buenos Aires


Ret: San Antonio

$2,990

$187

3

JAN 21

16

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: San Antonio


Ret: Buenos Aires

$3,058

$191

19

DEC 20

22

NIGHTS

Dep: Buenos Aires


Ret: San Antonio

$4,899

$223

10

JAN 21

20

NIGHTS

Dep: San Antonio


Ret: Buenos Aires

$4,789

$239

30

JAN 21

20

NIGHTS

Dep: Buenos Aires


Ret: San Antonio

$4,898

$245

19

DEC 21

16

NIGHTS

Up to $185 OBC

Dep: San Antonio


Ret: Buenos Aires

$4,122

$258

4

JAN 22

16

NIGHTS

Up to $185 OBC

Dep: Buenos Aires


Ret: San Antonio

$4,194

$262

5

JAN 22

22

NIGHTS

Dep: San Antonio


Ret: Buenos Aires

$6,089

$277

14

DEC 21

22

NIGHTS

Dep: Buenos Aires


Ret: San Antonio

$6,179

$281