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South Atlantic Island Explorer
March 14 - April 16, 2024

Far from the madding crowd . . . very, very far.

Itinerary Overview

  • Day 1 (Mar 14), Arrive in Ushuaia

  • Day 2 (Mar 15), Embarkation

  • Day 3 (Mar 16), Scotia Sea

  • Day 4-5 (Mar 17-18), The Falkland Islands (Malvinas)

  • Day 6-7 (Mar 19-20), At Sea

  • Day 8-10 (Mar 21-23), South Georgia

  • Day 11-15 (Mar 24-28), At Sea

  • Day 16-17 (Mar 29-30), Tristan da Cunha

  • Day 18-21 (Mar 31-Apr 3), At Sea

  • Day 22-24 (Apr 4-6), Jamestown, St. Helena

  • Day 25-26 (Apr 7-8), At Sea

  • Day 27-28 (Apr 9-10), Georgetown, Ascension Island

  • Day 29-32 (Apr 11-14), At Sea

  • Day 33 (Apr 15), Praia, Cape Verde

  • Day 34 (Apr 16), Disembarkation, Sal, Cape Verde

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Things to know before you go


Tristan da Cuhna is the world's most remote inhabited island.

South Georgia has the highest density of marine mammals anywhere on the planet.

Half a million sheep live on the Falklands. Conversely, there are little more than three thousand people.

And, of course. Napoleon was exiled to St. Helena after losing the war..


 What make this trip special?

This itinerary is for the incurable explorer beginning in Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost city in the world and eventually disembarking in the Cape Verde Islands—more than a thousand miles north of the equator. You will enjoy a range of climates and habitats, (both human and animal) but most of all you will have the opportunity to visit a combination of remote islands that are typically the sole destination of a single journey. 
Previously, we have led tours to The Falklands and South Georgia, but never before have we ventured to Tristan da Cuhna or St. Helena. 

Although some may find the number of days at sea a bit daunting, they are filled with lectures—if you so choose, or getting caught-up on reading, or enjoying the glorious views of the sea. 

For further detail, please see the full itinerary listed below. 

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In the world of expedition ships, Seaventure is big enough to enjoy traveling comfortably in "challenging" seas yet small enough to enjoy a relaxed and intimate atmosphere. With only 140 fellow passengers, Seaventure will soon feel like home. She is equipped with state -of-the art stabilizers, a  lounge with a 270-degree view, and a menu that features cuisines from around the world.  

There is a swimming pool, a sauna, and a gym. And there are numerous places—including the very top deck—to enjoy the ocean views. 

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

  • Wi-Fi (occasionally spotty)

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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

34 days - 33 nights on board
On sale - 'til 6/15
 Veranda Suite:  224 sq. ft. with balcony and seating area: $17,186 (reg. $19,115)

On sale - 'til 6/15
Window Suite, 224 sq. ft. with seating area $14,330 (reg. $15,925,)

On sale - 'til 6/15
Porthole Suite: 188 sq.  ft. with window with seating area $12,800 (reg.. $14,220)

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