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Antarctica is everything you have ever dreamed of

and nothing you can imagine.

Antarctica Peninsula
January 15-27, 2025

10% early booking discount

Itinerary Overview

  • Day 1: Arrival in Ushaia, Argentina

  • Day 2: Ushuaia

  • Day 3: Embarkation

  • Day 4-5: Drake Passage

  • Day 6: South Shetland Islands

  • Day 7-9: Antarctica

  • Day 10-11: Drake Passage

  • Day 12: Disembarkation

* To ensure the safest possible voyage, Polar Latitudes has decided to have all travelers get tested on arrival in Buenos Aires before joining the group's bubble.  We will then overnight at a 5-star hotel before boarding our charter flight to Ushuaia and embarking on the ship. 

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A Typical Day in Antarctica

There is no such thing as a "typical day in Antarctica," which is part of its charm and its challenge. Breakfast is frequently served at 8:00 am, but if there is a pod of whales playing alongside the ship, or the opportunity for an unscheduled landing to explore a rare site, you will undoubtedly be roused early from your bed. This is not a holiday for languishing in the cool salt air, this is a true adventure. 

Weather permitting, two landings are scheduled per day. You can go on a supervised hike; watch penguins as they tend to their chicks; watch more penguins trudging up and down the mountainside; take thousands of pictures, and then take thousands more. A typical landing lasts three hours and during the summertime, daytime temperatures average in the mid 30s F. 

There is just enough time to return to the ship after the morning landing to have a proper lunch, while the captain maneuvers the ship to the next location, and then it's back in the Zodiacs sometimes just for a cruise in between the ice floes with napping leopard seals, more penguins, and things that just make your jaw drop at every turn.

Sometimes, we're not back on the ship until 6:00 pm, Evening wrap-up begins at 6:30 where we learn more about where we have just been and where we are heading the next day. For most everyone, it's early to bed after an amazing day in Antarctica.



Seaventure provides the ideal setting for exploring the White Continent. She is large enough to navigate the Drake Passage in (relative) comfort and small enough to provide the most intimate experience in this vast land of towering icebergs, thousands of penguins, and jaw-dropping experiences at every landing. 

She is truly a favorite among all who have traveled aboard. 

Things that make this trip special

We partner with Polar Latitudes because their expedition team excels not just in knowledge, but in giving their all to every person on board. They offer programs in both Citizen Science and Happy Whale, allowing passengers to collect valuable data that is then shared with ongoing research. Their lectures are filled with fascinating facts, and plenty of antics. They also offer the opportunity for kayaking, snowshoeing, and an overnight on the ice! And by the end of the first day, they know how to make the entire ship feel like family in a relaxed and friendly environment. 

We also partner.with Polar Latitudes because of the size of their ship.  Landings in Antarctica are restricted to 100 passengers at a time.  Large cruise ships must rotate their passengers in separate groups on and off a landing site thereby reducing the amount of time a passenger can enjoy the area. Island Sky has a capacity for 110 passengers, however the "extra" passengers are in kayaks, and don't count towards the 100-person limit. 

Although there is no shortage of luxury accommodations onboard, there is no spa for manicures, no formal dress for dinner, no need to do anything but soak in every moment of this amazing destination. 

What's Included

  • Complimentary Hotel Night

  • Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages

  • Certified Emergency MD and Clinic

  • World Class Cuisine and Live Entertainment

  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea station

  • Voyage Photographer

  • Dedicated Passenger Service Manager

  • Complimentary Expedition Jacket


Ship Facilities

  • Two Elevators serving all passenger decks

  • Library with computers

  • Fitness Center and Sauna

  • Heated saltwater swimming pool

  • Citizen Science Laboratory

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Cabins and Prices

  • Exterior views

  • Sitting area with chairs or sofa and table

  • Complimentary Mini-Bar

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Telephone

  • Safe to store your valuables

  • Independent temperature controls

  • Luxury toiletries

  • Hair dryer

13 days - 10 nights on board

Veranda Suite:  224 sq. ft.
with balcony and seating area: $18,735 now: $16,860

Window Suite, 224 sq. ft.
with window and seating area: $16,295 now: $14,665

Porthole Suite: 188 sq.  ft.
with window and seating area  $14,545 now: $13,090


Questions and Answers

What's the weather like?

During the "height" of the summer season, the temperature is typically quite mild sometimes reaching the low 40s but usually in the mid 30s F. For most, a thermal layer plus a sweater is typically enough to wear under the expedition jacket provided to all passengers. Gore-tex pants are required for Zodiac trips—splashing is inevitable. Every passenger is also given a pair of expedition boots to wear during the voyage. The ship also offers a modest selection of items that can be purchased in its pop-up shop should anyone feel the need of an extra layer. Historically, everyone overpacks! A suggested packing list is provided.

What about seasickness?

The Drake Passage is known as the "Drake Lake" or the "Drake Shake."  More crossings are smooth than not.  The captain is constantly monitoring the weather systems and will advise people in plenty of time if rough seas are expected so those who need to take preventative medicine can do so. Once the ship is in the protected waters around the peninsula, the seas are often flat as glass.,  absolutely perfect for kayaking and cruising. 

If this is an expedition, what are the physical requirements?

Each person must be ambulatory, The amount of walking or hiking is at the sole discretion of the individual. There is a team of helpers to assist everyone (young and old) getting safely in and out of the Zodiacs.. Walking poles are provided at every landing . People in their eighties have navigated their way around Antarctica just fine—it's never too late to fulfill a life long dream

Is it possible to visit the bridge?

Yes! Polar Latitudes believes an open bridge policy enhances the value of the trip. Occasionally, during rough seas the bridge may be closed. Otherwise, there is an open door 24/7.

Is there a polar plunge?

Of course! Provided your physician has no objections, we heartily recommend it.

Enjoy a bird's eye view of the voyage

Alfresco in Antarctica - Nothing Better!

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