The old adage that 'any fool can be uncomfortable' is even more relevant for Antarctica. The recent arrival of a small fleet of well appointed ships offering creature comforts from Nespresso machines to balcony suites, and even 24/7 butler service, has significantly raised the bar
Alex Mudd General Manager
Luxury Antarctic Peninsula Voyages
Sail to The White Continent aboard the most luxurious ship currently available. Unsurpassed comfort and true 5* service are this operator’s hallmarks. From the discreetly attentive Filipino staff, Relais & Chateaux cuisine and 24/7 butler service to the beautifully appointed…
Luxury Falklands & South Georgia Voyages
Looking for an Antarctic adventure without compromising on comfort and service? Look no further. Benefitting from a $10 million refurbishment, this stylish 110-passenger ship, with its cavernous suites, fine dining and compelling itinerary, offers a very polished Southern Ocean adventure,…
For a truly 5 star Southern Ocean experience, this is the voyage to consider. Cosseted aboard the most luxurious, all-inclusive small expedition ship currently in Antarctica, enjoy outstanding cuisine, impeccable service and daily guided excursions. With only two 18-day departure…
Luxury Polar Circle Trips
Arrive in Style: Fly and Cruise Trips
If you like the sound of the Explorer but just know you're not up to crossing the Drake Passage, Fly & Cruise trips offer you the luxury of flying over the Drake Passage in 2 hours. This brilliant shortcut not only means you'll save time at sea but you'll also get to spend each precious moment out exploring the Great White Continent.
Fly & cruise trips offer action-packed cruises along the Antarctic Peninsula and across the Antarctic circle at 66 degrees south to explore some of the most beautiful channels and islands such as the Gerlache Strait and some of the more unusual landmarks such as Brown Bluff, a penguin-inhabited volcano island and Deception Island, where you'll swim in the Antarctic waters and warm up on the hot stones of the volcanic bay.
The fly and cruise vessel has space for just 68 passengers includes:
- Carefully selected wine list with only the finest Chilean wines
- Accommodation in comfortable oceanview cabins, all with private facilities
- An open bar throughout and delicious international cuisine, with a 3 course menu and 3 options to choose from each evening
- A complimentary night's stay at one of Punta Arenas' classic hotels, the Rey Don Felipe Hotel on the last night of the trip
'Luxury' is an ambiguous word at best. In Antarctica it's as applicable to the actual 'experience' as the comfort of your cabin. We understand both sides of this coin and can help guide you to exactly the right trip to suit your needs.