Silversea Expeditions to Conduct Classic Antarctica Voyage in December

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Silversea Expeditions will conduct a Classic Antarctica voyage departing 12 December 2013 aboard its state-of-the-art expedition vessel the 132-guest Silver Explorer.

Round-trip from Ushuaia, Argentina, this 10-day voyage will navigate Drakes Passage to spend five days exploring the Antarctic Peninsula, with highlights such as Brown Bluff, the Lemaire Channel, the Weddell Sea and Cuverville Island.

Passengers will enjoy sights such as iceberg sculptures, glaciers and abundant wildlife from elephant seals, humpback whales and orca to Antarctic cormorants, black-browed albatrosses and Gentoo, Chinstrap and Adelie penguins.

All-inclusive fares start from US$11,500 per person, double occupancy, including a Charter Flight between Buenos Aires and Ushuaia.

The luxurious Silver Explorer offers all-suite ocean-view accommodation with butler service; complimentary small-group excursions guided by expert naturalists, historians, ornithologists and geologists; gourmet meals with menus designed by Relais & Chteaux; wines, Champagne and spirits served throughout the ship, and all gratuities included in the fare.

A fleet of Zodiacs allows for up-close explorations and flexible itineraries allow the ship to stay longer at sites of particular interest, or make detours whenever weather, nature or mere curiosity dictate.

Silversea, Expedition, Antarctica

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