Now you can enjoy one of 3 creatively conceived and purpose-designed polar class expedition ships, built for exceptional performance in high-latitude area to encompass a modern luxurious aura as you peer over the balcony to the lands of fire and ice.
The rooms are chic and welcoming ranging from Oceanview staterooms to Premium Suites. The Oceanview staterooms feel as if you are walking into a modern boutique hotel in lower east village New York. They feature a sleeping setup for 2, a living room, and a luxurious ensuite bathroom. You also have an option with a balcony. (#vacation #dream) All the way at the top of the list is the Premium Suite where one can indulge in extravagance. As you step foot into the suite you immediately feel at home. It features a super king bed and a separate living room where you can kick up your feet and enjoy your book peering at the ice-ocean view as the fireplace warms your feet. To top it all off you have a private balcony to take a step out and feel the polar wind flow through your hair as you enjoy your morning cup of coffee.
The best part about this cruise is once you step foot onto the ship you don’t have to do anything but enjoy the multitude of services provided. All meals are on board and these are not your regular meals.
Do you enjoy a candlelit dinner with white tablecloths, linen napkins, and menus inspired and created in conjunction with renowned chefs who bring you the best possible dining experience aboard? If "yes" you've come to the right place.
The best part about this cruise is once you step foot onto the ship you don’t have to do anything but enjoy the multitude of services provided. All meals are on board and these are not your regular meals. The Swan Restaurant is the main venue for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and serves international and regional cuisine centered around quality and creativity. The dinner is the crown jewel where you can enjoy a candlelit dinner with white tablecloths, linen napkins, and menus inspired and created in conjunction with renowned chefs who bring you the best possible dining experience aboard.
Listen to an enriching talk, indulge in a relaxing treatment at the spa, work out in the well-equipped gym, enjoy some down- time in your cabin, share travel reminiscences with newly found friends: the options are numerous.
When you're not at the Club lounge, a social space based around the principles of leisure and fun, explore the expansive living room leading out to the al fresco pool grill and bar where you can enjoy some refreshments as you take a dip. Now the best part is the diversity of the Club lounge! At night the Club is where you want to be to socialize and enjoy snacks and drinks. Don’t forget about interactive lectures on Arctic flora & fauna they hold in Observation Lounge. If you want to take a step away from the crowd and seek silence and peace then the observation lounge is the place for you. An inviting lounge with fully panoramic views, the Observation lounge & bar is the ideal place to enjoy a sophisticated conversation or simply enjoy the wonderful views or spot the Aurora lights.
Among captivating glaciers, majestic icebergs and snowy islands, the Antarctic Peninsula is where most visitors to the White Continent will live out their Antarctica dream.
The Antarctic Peninsula, the most accessible area of the continent, hosts several scientific bases and some of the most interesting wildlife scenery, such as the extremely photogenic Lemaire Channel. Shore excursions might include Petermann Island, where among Adelie penguins, blue-eyed shags and skuas, huge, lumbering elephant seals haul out.
There are numerous possibilities during your 13-day cruise, and the good thing is that you can do all of them. First, spend the day at sea savoring the ship’s facilities and learning about your destination’s many facets from knowledgeable onboard experts. Next, listen to enriching talks, indulge in a relaxing treatment at the spa, and work out in the well-equipped gym. Then, when you're ready for inner peace, join the Experience The Self Course for yoga and Transcendental Meditation, enjoy some downtime in your cabin, or share travel reminiscences with newly found friends: the options are numerous.
Dare to brave the notoriously rough two-day Drake Passage sea crossing
Compare monumental icebergs in the Gerlache Strait and Antarctic Sound as you head to the Weddell Sea
Get up close to hundreds of penguins as they gather in their thousands in their natural habitat
Keep an eye out at sea for breaching whales and huge albatross overhead
Listen to our engaging polar experts and learn tips from our team of experienced photographers