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Adventures in AA Seaventure

Adventures in Antarctica

See the very best this continent has to offer

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Adventures in Antarctica

12 Days

3 Reviews

First Class Ship

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12 Days

3 Reviews

First Class Ship
The Trip Highlights

Cross the infamous Drake Passage

Birdwatching from the deck

Zodiac rides and whale spotting

Step foot on the continent with fellow penguin friends

Your Polartours 'Plus' Experience

Participate in Citizen Science Program

Expert guides to answer questions

Photography coach onboard

Take home photo memories of your cruise

Come with us as we put 10 years of Antarctic travel experience to work, sharing the very best this continent has to offer, as only the Seaventure can. From the Antarctic Peninsula to the South Shetland Islands, from towering ice vistas to an overwhelming array of wildlife, just about the only thing you won’t experience on this trip is disappointment.

Your ship: Seaventure

Welcome aboard the Seaventure! Seaventure features a 1-A Super ice class rating, the highest ice class awarded to passenger vessels. This means that we will be able to explore coves, bays, and channels that would previously have been forbidden to us.

The ship also offers a host of new activities. There’s a sauna, a fitness center, a custom-built citizen science lab, and a heated saltwater pool. There is extra storage space so we can carry more equipment. This allows more of our guests to participate in activities like kayaking, snowshoeing, and camping. … Read more about Seaventure



Fitness Center

swimming pool


zodiac fleet

Zodiac Fleet






Citizen Science Laboratory

doctor's suitcase

Medical Services




Alcoholic Beverages

Food & Drinks

The common areas are larger and beautifully appointed. The ship has two kitchens, one on the Lido deck for al fresco dining when weather permits.

Adventures in AA Seaventure
Adventures in AA Seaventure
Adventures in AA Seaventure


Majestic Face of Ice from an Iceberg in Torssukatak

Luxury Ship

Possibly the best was the Walrus colony onshore. Life altering was realising the lagoon we were anchored in was 10 years ago a glacier (Copied from Swoop Arctic)