Quark Expeditions - Antarctica

Classic Antarctica aboard the Ushuaia

Embark on a 11-day adventure and discover incredible wildlife sightings

Classic Antarctica
A 10-day long expedition cruise
Mid Range Ship

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A 10-day long Cruise

Mid Range Ship
The Trip Highlights

Witness iconic Arctic wildlife

Cross the infamous Drake Passage

Step a foot on the 7th continent

Discover Ushuaia, the worlds Southernmost town

Your Polartours 'Plus' Experience

Experience the beauty of the White Continent

Learn from Polar experts

Your trip is 100% carbon offset

Expedition parka to take home

Experience a polar experience few people get in their lifetime as we set foot on the 7th continent! Discover polar wildlife as we set sail on the comfortable and spacious Ushuaia to venture south to the South Shetlands Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. Observe ice formations, whales and playful seals swimming alongside the ship, polar birds flying overhead and walk among the continent's penguins. Make the most of your cruise experience with a wide range of activities available on your Zodiac.

Your ship: Ushuaia

Welcome aboard the Ushuaia, a charming expedition cruise ship built for an unforgettable adventure in the Antarctic. This intimate cruise ship comfortably accommodates 90 passengers. Originally made for the United States agency NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration), the Ushuaia is a class 1C polar vessel, constructed with expedition in mind. This cruise ship offers plenty of deck space and a unique open bridge policy, where the Ushuaia officers encourage each passenger to observe the navigational operations of the ship. During your Ushuaia Antarctic cruise, a specialist team of … Read more about Ushuaia

Amenities

theater
Lecture Theater
zodiac fleet
Zodiac Fleet
lounge
Observation Lounge
gift
Gift Shop
doctor's suitcase
Medical Services
library
Library
boat
Open Bridge Policy
Aurora Expeditions Greg Mortimer Antarctic Explorer
Aurora Expeditions Greg Mortimer Antarctic Explorer
Aurora Expeditions Greg Mortimer Antarctic Explorer