Antarctica is seen by many as the ‘Last Frontier’ for skiing and snowboarding due to its remote location and difficulty of access. An expedition to the Antarctic is an exotic, life changing experience very few people have the opportunity to experience.
We explore the Antarctica Peninsula from the comfortable 100m Sea Adventurer ship. She’s a fully reconditioned polar explorer with comfortable cabins and excellent food. This is the most affordable way to explore and experience Antarctica for 2 weeks with a group of like minded skiers and snowboarders and there’s various options of cabin comfort available. Quickly cross the formidable Drake Passage and then spend several days exploring the amazing Peninsula’s snow covered slopes, wildlife and ambiance. Ponder the complexity of the fragile and dynamic ecosystem of the Antarctic Peninsula while enjoying daily ski tours, lectures and wildlife excursions. Actively explore this frontier’s skiing possibilities with your family or friends, ski, snowboard or just explore the wildlife. Suitable for kite skiers and boarders also!
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|Day 0 Arrive in Ushuaia, Argentina.|
|Day 1 Skills training day and ski tour in Ushuaia. Overnight in hotel (included).|
|Day 2 Board the Sea Adventurer in the afternoon and set sail down the Beagle Channel.|
|Day 3-4 Cross the Drake Passage. Sperm, fin, and humpback whales, along with skies of seabirds will accompany our journey. Arrive in Antarctica in the afternoon of Day 4, for a hike if possible.
Day 5 Ski and snowboard objectives at Neko Harbour. Zodiac cruises, penguin rookeries, hiking for non-skiers.
Day 6 Ski and snowboard at Anvers and Wenke Islands. Port Lockroy scientific base and museum. Visit gentoo and adelie penguin habitat.
Day 7 Ronge/Island/Mt. Britannia. Ski and snowboard objectives.
Day 8 Ski and snowboard objectives in Paradise Bay. Zodiac excursions.Visit penguin rookery and Almirante Brown Station.
|Day 9 Lemaire Channel/ Mt. Scott/ Mt. Demaria/Mt. Mill ski descents. Killer whale and leopard seal sightings.|
|Day 10 New ski descents and nature cruises of Charlotte Bay; begin journey north in the evening.|
|Day 11-12 Sail Drake Passage; pass the dramatic cliffs of Cape Horn.|
|Day 13 Disembark the Clipper Adventurer in Ushuaia, Argentina.
**Flexibility is necessary for all Antarctic travel. This program is subject to change throughout the journey depending on ice, weather and local conditions.
|Lower Deck Twin: US$12,495 per guest, includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|Main Deck Twin (porthole): US$13,495 per guest, includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|Main Deck Twin (window): US$15,495 per guest (Photo below), includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|Main Deck Twin Single: US$21,995, includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|Superior Cabin: US$17,995 per guest, includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|Deluxe Cabins: US$19,495 per guest, includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|Suite Cabin: US$21,495 per guest, includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|Suite Cabin – Owner’s: US$23,495 per guest, includes the $1,500 Adventure Option Ski Tour that some sites exclude.|
|*airfare not included, all pricing per person.
**Prices include $1,500 fee for guided backcountry skiing. Non skiers receive a US$1,500 discount.
****Please Note; a 50% deposit is required upon booking to reserve your place.
LOWER DECK TWIN BERTHS USUALLY SELL OUT
Duration: 13 days, 12 nights
November 1 to 13, 2019 – 2018 mostly sold out (April 2018)
What’s Not Included?
Length of Trip: 13 Days.