February 4 to February 15, 2020
From $12,995 to $22,795 USD
Single Supplement: Not available
Flights: Not available
The great southern continent is the only place on the planet with no history of habitation. Antarctica remains an unspoiled wilderness.
Our twelve-day Antarctic Peninsula voyage offers unparalleled wildlife viewing, plus unique opportunities to engage with science and exploration history.
While human habitation is minimal, Antarctica’s wildlife is famously abundant. Seabirds, seals, and whales are the true rulers of the earth’s wildest realm!
Experience the wildlife of the Southern Ocean
Antarctica’s remoteness has protected its wildlife, from penguins, to leopard seals, to whales, which thrive in abundance undisturbed by hunting or harvesting.
See scientists at work at an Antarctic research base
Human habitation in Antarctica is limited, largely to those doing research or exploration there. Pay a visit to working scientists exploring the remote frontiers of the human experience.
Cross the mighty southern continent off your bucket list
For those who have “been there, done that”, Antarctica remains the last great frontier. Experience the awe of mighty icebergs; the thrill of spotting whales from a Zodiac; and the unparalleled opportunities for photography only the Southern Continent provides!
“I cannot speak highly enough about the staff.”
Out of the Northwest Passage
“This was an exceptionally well-managed and consistently stimulating adventure.”
Heart of the Arctic
“I was travelling alone, so I really appreciated how warm and welcoming everyone was. There was an impressive group of experts on board, and their enthusiasm was contagious.”
Greenland and Wild Labrador
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In the spring of 2016, the Hebridean Sky underwent a ten million dollar refit, transforming her into the safest and most comfortable ship in her class. All suites and public spaces have been completely redecorated.Learn more about Ship name