Wild Antarctic Peninsula

The combination of a state-of-the-art ship, time-saving flights over the Drake Passage avoiding days at sea, well appointed cabins and exciting optional adventure activities makes this trip pretty irresistible. Includes many of the Antarctic Peninsula's key highlights.

11 Days


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Wild Antarctic Peninsula - 11 - $11,500

Trip Summary and Itinerary Map

  • Fly at least one way means more time to explore and is popular with anxious sailors
  • 4-6 full days exploring Antarctica, depending on voyage date
  • Choice of departure dates
  • Only 100 guests means faster logistics and everyone can do landings together 
  • Kayaking, camping, mountaineering & ski touring (extra cost), plus snowshoeing (complimentary)
  • Complimentary parka jacket & post voyage photo book

Start from Punta Arenas and end at Ushuaia

Landmarks visited on Wild Antarctic Peninsula

Operator's Itinerary

Days 1 & 2: Punta Arenas to King George Island

Arrive in Punta Arenas and transfer to your downtown hotel to check in. The rest of the day is at your leisure before a group briefing about tomorrow's flight. The next day we transfer to Punta Arenas airport for our charter flight to King George Island. Please remember that we are flying to in very remote areas and flight schedules are dependent on weather, both in Punta Arenas & King George Island. 

Days 3 to 8: Antarctic Peninsula

The Antarctic Peninsula's western flanks offer long days and relatively ice-free waters. We visit historic huts and Zodiac cruise through narrow straits and majestic icebergs, and if we're lucky, whale watch from the bow of the ship. A few landing points we hope to visit include Half Moon Bay, Lemaire Channel, Hydrurga Rocks and more. We hope to visit the large Adelie and gentoo penguin colonies of Brown Bluff or Paulet Island, and fossil-rich Seymour Island. We may hike to spectacular vantage points on Beak or Devil Islands; large tabular icebergs and volcanic scenery create long lasting memories. Wherever we go, wildlife, Heroic Age relics and haunting landscapes await.

Days 9 & 10: Drake Passage

Relax and reminisce as we cross the Drake Passage, bound for South America. Our expedition team recap all the incredible things we've witnessed, or perhaps you'll find a quiet moment place to review the hundreds of photos taken.

Days 11/12: Ushuaia

We slip up the Beagle Channel and pull into Ushuaia, where you'll say goodbye to new friends and begin any onward travel. 

Additional notes: 

This itinerary is for guidance only as each voyage will vary depending on ice and weather conditions, and opportunities to see wildlife. Flexibility is key and all part of the adventure of an expeditionary cruise.

Voyages range from 11 - 13 days depending on departure date.

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About The Ship

  • With its sexy and sleek X-bow lines and ground breaking design, few new Polar ships have created such excitement.
  • Zodiac platforms specially designed for quick boardings and more time exploring
  • Rolls Royce stabiliser system and polar code 6 ice rating  
  • Large comfortable cabins

Prices, Departures and Inclusions

Prices quoted below are per person based on 2 people sharing. Cabin availability changes all the time so please contact us for up-to-date details and information on specific cabin availability.

Balcony Stateroom
Stateroom - Triple
Stateroom - Twin
Balcony Suite
Junior Suite
Captain's Suite
January 2020
16-Jan-2020 Full Full Full Full Full Full
25-Jan-2020 Full Full Full Full Full Full
February 2020
24-Feb-2020 Full Full Full Full Full Full
March 2020
3-Mar-2020 Full Full Full Full Full Full
December 2020
27-Dec-2020 $13,500 Full* Full $17,100 $20,300 Full
January 2021
13-Jan-2021 $13,900 $11,900 Full Full $20,900 Full
February 2021
12-Feb-2021 $13,900 $11,900 $13,100 $17,600 $20,900 Full
21-Feb-2021 $13,700 Full Full Full $20,000 Full
March 2021
1-Mar-2021 $13,500 $11,500* Full $17,100 $20,300 $23,600

* Note: Prices are per person. Paid in USD ($) - figure above is based on today's exchange rate. Actual cost $11500

Additional Notes

Voyages range from 11 - 13 days depending on departure date

The 25-Jan-2020 departure operates in reverse, flying south and then sailing back

The 24-Feb-2020 departure flies in both directions, to and from Antarctica

The 28-Nov-2020 departure starts and ends in Ushuaia

The 27-Dec-2020 departure starts in Ushuaia and ends in Punta Arenas with a flight back from King George Island in Antarctica.

The 13-Jan-2021 departure starts in Punta Arenas and flies to King George Island in Antarctica. It then sails back to Ushuaia.

The 12-Feb-2021 departure starts in Ushuaia and ends in Punta Arenas with a flight back from King George Island in Antarctica.

The 21-Feb-2021 departure flies in both directions, to and from Antarctica

The 1-Mar-2021 departure starts in Punta Arenas and flies to King George Island in Antarctica. It then sails back to Ushuaia.

Optional activities:

Kayak: available on all voyages

Snow-shoe: available on all voyages

Snorkelling: available on all voyages

Camping: available on 28-Nov-2020 and 27-Dec-2020 voyages onoly

Skiing: available on 28-Nov-2020 voyage only

Mountaineering: available on 27-Dec-2020 and 13-Jan-2021 voyages only

Stand-Up-Paddleboarding: available on 12-Feb-2021, 21-Feb-2021 and 1-Mar-2021 voyages only

Polar diving: available on 12-Feb-2021, 21-Feb-2021 and 1-Mar-2021 voyages only

Single Supplement And Child Policy

For those travelling solo who want their own cabin, the single supplement to have your own twin cabin varies between 1.25 - 1.7 times the cost of a single berth. There is no single supplement for passengers willing to share a cabin.

For young travellers there’s a minimum age of 8 years. There isn't any concession on pricing.


  • Complimentary parka jacket
  • Voyage aboard the vessel as indicated in the itinerary
  • Accommodation during the voyage on full board basis
  • Beer, house wine and soft drinks with dinner
  • All shore excursions and zodiac activities
  • Educational lectures by expert onboard polar guides
  • Access to an onboard doctor and basic medical services
  • Loan of rubber boots for the voyage's duration
  • Comprehensive pre-departure information
  • Port taxes and any entry fees to historic landing sites
  • A printed photo book produced with photos from your voyage


  • Flights to and from points of embarkation/disembarkation
  • Any additional services before and after your voyage
  • Transfers not specific to the itinerary
  • Travel insurance
  • Optional adventure activities
  • Any visa, passport and vaccination expenses
  • Airport arrival or departure taxes
  • Items of a personal nature: laundry, beverages, etc
  • Customary staff gratuity at the end of the voyage
  • Additional onboard purchases (i.e. gift shop)

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