On selected voyages a crossing of the Antarctic Circle is planned.Learn more
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The Antarctic Circle experiences a period of 24 hours of continuous daylight at least once in the year. The reason for this phenomenon is that the axis of the earth is tilted by 23.5 degrees. South of the Polar Circle at Detaille Island in Crystal Sound is the farthest south that we will probably reach at Latitude 66°52' South.
The Antarctic Peninsula consists of an 800 kilometres (500 mile) long mountain chain, the highest peaks…Learn more
In the waters around the Peninsula Fin Whales, Humpback Whales, Minke Whales and Killer Whales are…Learn more
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On some Antarctic voyages we offer an exciting ‘open air’ camping option, which gives an intensive…Learn more
You may have the possibility to snorkel or dive with Fur Seals, Leopard Seals and penguins.Learn more
Kayaking is one of the most amazing ways to explore the remote Antarctic coastlines. Kayakers accompanied…Learn more
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