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Ocean Endeavour Antarctica Peninsula Photos

Journey to the Circle

Embark on a journey far south to the Antarctic Circle aboard the Ocean Endeavour

From: USD 11,290

Journey to the Circle

A 14-day long expedition cruise

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A 14-day long Cruise

Mid Range Ship
The Trip Highlights

Venture further south than most have traveled!

Cross the Drake Passage and spot whales

Immense icebergs and glaciers

Hiking on the white continent

Your Polartours 'Plus' Experience

Venture further south than most Antarctic Cruises

Learn from Polar experts

Your trip is 100% carbon offset

Included wellness classes like Yoga

Follow in the footsteps of Captain James Cook as we set sail aboard the comfortable and exciting Ocean Endeavour to venture south to a place very few have journeyed; the Antarctic Circle, latitude 66° 33’. Feast your eyes at the ice capped mountain ranges, explore by zodiac bays filled with immense icebergs and glaciers carved by Antarctica’s rugged environment. Cross into the circle to the home of the midnight sun and an area rich with wildlife. Here the Weddell Seal takes center stage in addition to vast colonies of penguins and sea birds. You may even see humpback whales and minke whales feed on the krill-rich waters.

By crossing the Antarctic Circle, you will join a lucky group of people not only have been to Antarctica but ventured into a region rarely visited.

Your ship: Ocean Endeavour

The Ocean Endeavour is a breath of fresh air compared to some of the Antarctic cruise ships of old and it’s quickly become one of our favorites thanks to the things they do differently on board.

Firstly, the Ocean Endeavour provides a class-leading ratio of 1 crew member per 8 passengers, giving you a more personal, informative, and comfortable Antarctic adventure.

The ship also features a focus on health and wellness. The onboard spa, gym, and sauna are overseen by the ship’s health and wellness expert, and there is a dedicated medical center with a permanent onboard doctor and paramedi … Read more about Ocean Endeavour

Amenities

gym

Fitness Center

bar

Bar

rubber boots

Mudroom

binoculars

Observation Deck

swimming pool

Pool

zodiac fleet

Zodiac Fleet

meditation

Yoga

lounge

Observation Lounge

hot tub

Hot Tub

gift

Gift Shop

sauna

Sauna

doctor's suitcase

Medical Services

Food & Drinks

Like everything else about Ocean Endeavour, mealtimes are all about enjoyment, relaxation, and learning. Enjoy open-seating meals in the roomy Polaris Restaurant, surrounded by ocean views, while the expert guides and crew happily mingle and share their expertise with you.

Breakfast and lunch include a wide variety of tasty and healthy choices. Globally inspired à la carte suppers to offer options to suit every taste, including fish and vegetarian options. Desserts, made fresh daily, are a highlight! Food allergies, special diets, and personal choices can all be accommodated by our skilled chefs with advance notice.

Early-bird breakfast, afternoon tea, late-night snacks, and treats round out the offerings. And tea, coffee, and cookies are always freely available.

Ocean Endeavour Falklands and South Georgia
Ocean Endeavour Falklands and South Georgia
Ocean Endeavour Antarctica Peninsula Photos

Reviews

Deanna Rieden

May 2022

First Class Ship

This was the trip of a lifetime. Our final continent. Once we arrived in Punta Arenas, we were met at the airport by Paula from Aurora who took us to hotel. My baggage was lost by airline and she gave me a coat to wear immediately. Shout out to Paula and Michael for tracking my Luggage. Once we transferred to Antarctica we were met by ship crew with drinks and smiles. The week was packed with excursions and amazing information presented by scientists in different aspects of expertise. The ship staff was friendly, personable making the trip an amazing adventure. The fly and cruise is the way to go!

Marion K

May 2022

First Class Ship

It was an AMAZING journey through one of the most spectacular landscapes I have ever scene (if not the most). The boat was top of the line, the professional crew incredibly professional, knowledgeable and fun to hang out with. The service crew took well care of us during all the journey. The kayak pack is specially recommended and if you are lucky you will also a face to face hunch whale experience you will remember as your top wildlife adventure for life (copied from Trip Advisor)

Doug Beham

May 2022

First Class Ship

Couldn't be better! This company checks all the boxes: well-planned expeditions, pristine ship, and skilled & courteous service from all the employees. Best cruise company I have traveled with by far. (Copied from Google)

Cristian Coudeu

May 2022

First Class Ship

Impressive trip, a beautiful destination that thanks to A21 becomes unforgettable. The concern for every detail, the professional level of the team, the joy with which they do their work make this experience something unique. Discovering Antarctica with A21 is a dream that we should all have. (copied from Trip Advisor)

Till K

April 2022

First Class Ship

We booked the 2.5 week trip incl. Antarctic peninsula and South Georgia. We received good information on clothing, recommended literature, itinerary etc. previously. The one night in Punta Arenas extended due to fog around the antarctic landing strip to three days, with an OK emergency program. The difficulty to get to Antarctica shows that it a somehow adventurous place and not normal tourism. Once arrived on board, we were welcomed nicely and shown the beautiful new vessel, the Magellan Explorer. The expedition staff and the crew are very friendly and professional. The cabins and excellent, all have balconies, mini bars are refilled all the time. Food on boards in really good and varied every day. Wine is OK. The expeditions are what you came for. Protocols are very strict, in order to protect wild life. Whats you see is totally amazing, in Antarctica the icebergs and white sceneries, later on in South Georgia the immense amount of king penguins, seals with puppies, etc. During the days of pure navigation, you can spot whales, albatrosses etc., and get very interesting lectures of Antarctic related topics (history, political situation, animals, etc.). Lecturers are excellent professionals, some are also funny. What could be improved? On our specific trip, the three days lost in the beginning were cut off just from the Antarctic peninsula part of the trip, nothing from South Georgia. Could have been more balanced. And in general, on zodiac tours without landing, people could be grouped by interest (photographers have other needs than the rest, some older people get cold earlier than some younger, etc.). Overall… a trip of the lifetime. I intend to do the pure Antarctic trip with the same company and the same vessel. (Copied from Trip Advisor)

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