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Antarctica, South Georgia & Falklands Cruise

  1. 2022
    Tuesday, November 1, 2022 to Tuesday, November 22, 2022
    Tour Duration: 
    22 days
    Tour Price:
     $18,995 USD
    Tour Starts/Ends: 
    Puerto Madryn / Ushuaia
    EET leader will accompany the expedition only with sufficient bookings. Onboard birding staff will be excellent even without an EET leader.
    Number of Persons Limit: 

• Cross the mighty southern continent off your bucket list

• Walk in Shackleton’s footsteps

• Visit a pub in the Falkland Islands

• See scientists at work at an Antarctic research base

• Walk with king penguins in South Georgia

• Experience the teeming wildlife of the islands of the Southern Ocean

• See the Antarctic ice first-hand with our expert Zodiac drivers

• Enjoy views of tabular icebergs of epic scale

• Zodiac cruise spectacular bays looking for orca, minke, and humpback whales



Join us as we explore the some of the routes and landings of Shackleton’s epic adventure on our Antarctica, South Georgia & Falklands cruise. From the tip of Tierra del Fuego, to the Falkland Islands, the South Orkneys, South Georgia, and the Antarctic continent, this is a trip like no other. We'll revisit portions of Shackleton's South Georgia Island trek, and pay our respects at his grave in Grytviken. Wildlife on these islands is almost beyond belief. We'll encounter albatross, elephant, fur and leopard seals, whales galore, and literally millions of penguins. For the truly adventurous traveller, Antarctica is the ultimate destination. In October and November, the pack ice begins to break up, and the landscape is pristine with plenty of fresh snow. It’s mating season for the penguins and other birds. Adélie, Chinstrap and Gentoo penguins and other seabirds return to their breeding sites. You’re likely to witness courtship displays, nest building and egg tending. In South Georgia, elephant seals and fur seals are mating, and king penguins are laying their eggs. Parents can be seen “carrying” eggs on their feet so that one parent can shuffle around the colony while the other adult goes out to sea to feed. Join us for this once-in-a-lifetime journey to the great southern continent!

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Day 1: Puerto Madryn

Located in the Patagonian province of Chubut, Puerto Madryn is a popular resort destination for wildlife excursions, and is known as the best place in Argentina to see Southern Right whales. Attend the optional evening briefing for the opportunity to ask questions and meet some of your fellow travelers.

Day 2: Embarkation
Arriving at the ship in the afternoon, you will be greeted by our Expedition Team and ship's officers at a safety and orientation briefing followed by the Captain's welcome dinner. Then, watch the city lights fade in the fresh night air as we sail seaward.

Day 3-4: Southern Ocean

Among the wildlife spotting opportunities as we sail south, are the albatrosses, prions, and petrels that frequently follow the ship. Our Expedition Team will be out on deck as well, looking for the whales and dolphins that can be seen in the area. Our experts will begin their presentations with informative and entertaining talks on the wildlife, history, and geology of the Falkland Islands and Southern Ocean. Helpful briefings on environmental regulations and expedition safety will also be held in our comfortable lounge.

Day 5: West Falklands
The westernmost settled outposts in the Falklands are remote farms that have been family-owned for six and seven generations. The sheep graze alongside albatross colonies and Rockhopper, King, and Magellanic penguin rookeries while striated caracaras patrol overhead and upland geese graze at the water’s edge. A visit to one of these homesteads often includes an invitation for cakes and a cup of tea.

Day 6: Stanley, East Falkland
Chosen for its sheltered harbor and access to abundant fresh water and peat for fuel, Stanley is easy to discover on foot as most shops and services are centered on the port. The museum, the post-office featuring first day covers, plenty of shops with locally made wool items, and Stanley’s lively pubs will all be available. It is possible to experience the wildlife of the Falklands from the town including sea lions and Peale’s and Commerson’s dolphins in the harbor or bird life in nearby Gypsy Cove.

Day 7-8: Southern Ocean
Things really start to ramp up with plenty of wildlife identifying to do as we make our way east across the Antarctic Convergence and officially enter Antarctic waters. Shipboard presentations continue, featuring topics such as the captivating history and abundant wildlife of South Georgia.

Day 9-12: South Georgia
Welcome to South Georgia! Landing sites feature huge Elephant seals, aggressive Fur seals, Gentoo penguins, albatross, petrels, skuas, and gulls. King penguins from fuzzy little chicks to fattened adults can be seen in the hundreds of thousands. We will visit historic Grytviken whaling station, home of the whaling museum, Norwegian seaman’s church, the active British Antarctic Survey station plus the tiny graveyard where the great Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton is buried.

Day 13-14: Scotia Sea
Heading farther south, we continue our informative presentations and wildlife watch as the icebergs become more and more plentiful.

Day 15-18: Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands

In the waterways of the Antarctic Peninsula, we hope to make as much time as possible to explore by inflatable Zodiac boats and marvel up close at nature’s glory.  Our Expedition Leader and Captain will create a flexible itinerary based on weather, ice, and opportunity.  We will aim for the most scenic bays and channels of the Peninsula with stops at penguin rookeries, seal wallows, bird colonies and whale feeding areas, as well as sites of historic and scientific interest.

Adelie, Chinstrap and Gentoo Penguins abound, and Weddell, Crabeater and Elephant Seals are often found hauled out to rest along with predatory Leopard Seals and the assertive Antarctic Fur Seal. Minke and Humpback Whales are frequent visitors in the late season and Orca sightings are also common.

Day 19-20: Drake Passage
As we leave this magical place and make our way north, heading again across the Antarctic Convergence and the Drake Passage, we will continue our presentation series and wildlife spotting. Sailing back to Ushuaia through the Beagle Channel, we celebrate the conclusion of our expedition with a special slideshow.

Day 21: Ushuaia, Disembarkation
Morning disembarkation lets you catch a flight to Buenos Aires or stay in Ushuaia for more sights and adventure.

Day 22: Ushuaia
Saying goodbye to the lovely Arakur, our Antarctic adventure officially comes to an end. As you continue on, homeward bound or perhaps to another destination, you’ll take with you the unforgettable memories of exploring the last wild place on earth.

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Ship Info
MS Seaventure
  • Passengers: 164*
  • Crew: 90 (includes Staff)
  • Built by: Mitsubishi Shipyard, Kobe (Japan)
  • Built in: 1990
  • Reimagined: 2019
  • Refurbished: Spring 2021
  • Manager: RsR Nemo Ship Management, Cyprus
  • Registered in: Limassol, Cyprus
  • Length: 111,5 m
  • Width: 17,0 m
  • Tonnage: 6 752 GRT
  • Class: B.V. Ice Class 1A Super (highest available)
  • Stabilization: Retractable-type Fin Stabilizers (11 m2 ea)

*To enhance our guest experience, we carry a maximum of 139 passengers

Deck Plan

MS Seaventure Deck Plan


2022 Fares are per person in US Dollars: 

10% early booking discount until Dec. 31, 2021

Triple Suites: $18,995  $17,095

Porthole Suite: $21,845 $19,660

Window Suite: $24,475 $22,030  

Veranda Suite: $26,425 $25,330  

Owner Suite $33,205  $29,885 

Optional additions: Kayaking $895

Includes two hotel nights.
Prices quoted are per-person based on double/triple occupancy.
A limited number of twin suites may be sold for single occupancy at 1.7 times the twin rate.  Most suites are available as triple occupancy with a sofa that is suitable for people 5'10" and shorter.