As you make the voyage across the Antarctic Circle at the 66th parallel, you become a “Red Nose,” one of the select few who navigate deep into the frontier of The White Continent to make the crossing. It is a feeling of triumph that cannot be beat.
|1||Ushuaia, Argentina (Depart 6pm)|
|2-3||Drake Passage Navigation|
|4||South Shetland Islands, Antarctica|
|5-6||Antarctic Peninsula (Captain’s Choice)|
|7||Crossing Antarctic Circle|
|8-10||Antarctic Peninsula (Captain’s Choice)|
|11||Drake Passage Navigation|
|12||Navigating Cape Horn, Chile|
|13||Ushuaia, Argentina (Arrive 8am)|
Atlas Ocean Voyages itineraries for Antarctica are subject to change due to extreme weather and environmental conditions. It is not guaranteed that the ship will make port at certain landings, or that specific wildlife will be observed. Antarctica itineraries feature Captain’s Choice landings as each day is a unique journey and dependent on the weather and where to find the best wildlife and experiences. Potential landings to add to the sense of adventure include Neptune's Bellows - Deception Island, Paulet Island, Brown Bluff, Neko Harbour, Paradise Bay, Cuverville Island and Goudier Island. The Captain and crew will make every effort to afford explorers a rich experience while complying with necessary measures to ensure them a safe passage.