Explore the far reaches of the earth aboard Albatros Expeditions’ newly renovated Ocean Atlantic. Spend two days immersed in Argentinian culture with an included two-night Pre-Cruise Program. Travel to Buenos Aires, known for its thriving arts culture, world-class eateries, and nearly 300 theaters. Tour the elegant turn-of-the century districts that earned this city the nickname “the Paris of South America.” Next, fly to Ushuaia, the city at the end of the world; experience stunning views of snow-capped mountains on the far reaches of the Beagle Channel, your gateway to Antarctica. The next day, begin your journey south through the channel. Spend two days at sea aboard the Ocean Atlantic; cross the famed Drake Passage, where humpback whales, petrels, and albatross are commonly seen. Over the next two days, discover the wildlife of the South Shetland Islands, a place known for its chinstrap and gentoo penguins, seals, and unspoiled mountainous landscape. Then, explore as far south as possible on the Antarctic Peninsula where lively penguins, inquisitive seals, and marine mammals flock around you. Before heading back to Ushuaia, pass back through the Drake Passage to cruise past Cape Horn, a legendary maritime landmark at the southern tip of South America.
- 2-night Go Next Pre-Cruise Program in Buenos Aires and Ushuaia, including transfers from airport to hotel
- 9-night Antarctic cruise aboard the Ocean Atlantic
- Round-trip coach flights from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia with transfers to and from ship
- Zodiac shore landings and mini-cruises
- English-speaking expedition team
- Lectures and onboard activities guided by an experienced expedition team
- All daily meals and afternoon tea aboard Ocean Atlantic
- Use of insulated rubber boots while on your voyage
- Go Next 3-in-1 expedition jacket set
- Photography workshop
- Gym facilities and sauna on board
- Complimentary coffee, tea, hot chocolate and water throughout the cruise
- Private Go Next reception including hot and cold canapés and beverages
- Services of an experienced Go Next Program Manager
- Go Next on-call support
- Kayaking and snowshoeing available for an additional cost
General Mobility Statement:
This expedition is intended for persons in reasonably good health. Passengers who rely on wheelchairs or who are not fit for long trips for any reason, including disability, heart, or other health conditions, are not advised to join the tour, as it would entail unreasonable risk to the health and safety of you and others on the expedition. The vessel is not equipped to comfortably accommodate wheelchairs or motorized scooters. All guests are required to sign a medical information sheet before boarding to inform the medical personnel on board about any illnesses, allergies, or conditions to be kept in mind during the voyage.
January 2: Depart for Argentina
January 3: Buenos Aires, Argentina
January 4: Buenos Aires to Ushuaia, Argentina
January 5: Ushuaia, Argentina
January 6: At Sea / Drake Passage Crossing
January 7: At Sea / Drake Passage Crossing
January 8: South Shetland Islands
January 9: South Shetland Islands
January 10: Antarctic Peninsula
January 11: Antarctic Peninsula
January 12: Depart Antarctica / At Sea
January 13: At Sea / Drake Passage Crossing
January 14: Ushuaia to Buenos Aires, Argentina
PricingAll prices listed in USD.
Category F suites range from 194 to 226 square feet. These large inside cabins have triple accommodation capacity, featuring a double or two single beds as well as a fold-out single bed. Suites also come equipped with a spacious sitting area and a bathroom with a bathtub.
Category E suites range from 194 to 226 square feet. These spacious inside cabins are outfitted with a double or two single beds, a private sitting area, and a bathroom with a bathtub.
Category D suites range from 118 to 129 square feet. Each suite in this category has two single beds, a private bathroom, and a porthole.
Category C suites range from 129 to 140 square feet. These standard cabins come equipped with two single beds, a private bathroom, and a window.
Category B suites range from 215 to 248 square feet. Suites are outfitted with a double bed or two single beds. Some suites have a sofa bed which enables accommodations for triple capacity. Each room is equipped with windows and a private bathroom.
Category A suites range from 205 to 258 square feet. Each room features a double bed or two single beds, a private sitting area, a bathroom, and windows.
These 377-square-foot, two-room suites are outfitted with either a large double bed or two twin beds. Each suite has an elegantly decorated living room, a spacious private bathroom, and windows.
Mandatory Travel Insurance:
Travel insurance is not included in the price of the program. Travel insurance provides coverage for unforeseen circumstances that could disrupt your trip. No sophisticated medical facilities are available in Antarctica. Travel insurance, which includes emergency medical evacuation and repatriation, is mandatory for this program. If interested in purchasing travel insurance from Go Next, please call for more information. If not purchasing travel insurance via Go Next, you will be required to show proof of purchased coverage. Insurance that covers emergency evacuation and repatriation will cover the costs associated up to policy limits and does not guarantee the timing, method, mode or availability, all which are subject to weather, location and other variables outside of Go Next’s control.
Go Next Pre- & Post-Cruise Programs
Discover the highlights of Iguazu Falls that you might otherwise miss. This carefully crafted program includes an ideally located hotel, specially arranged sightseeing tours featuring cultural and historical sites, professional guides, and exceptional concierge support from an on-location Go Next Program Manager.
Iguazu Falls Post-Cruise Program
Jan 14–16 • $1,399 per person, double occupancy; $1,699, single occupancy
- Round-trip flight between Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls
- 2 nights at the 4-star Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru or similar accommodations, with breakfast
- Full-day tour of the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls, featuring:
– Tour of
Iguazu Falls: a massive collection of over 275 individual cascades that splits open the rainforest and remains the largest waterfall system on Earth
– Train-based eco-tour of the surrounding rainforest
– Boat ride up the Iguazu River and into the Devil’s Throat Canyon
- Included gratuities
- Transfers between the airports and hotel, with related luggage handling
Iguazu Falls Mobility Statement:
Due to safety concerns, the following individuals are restricted from participating in the tour of Iguazu Falls: pregnant women, individuals with back ailments or bone problems such as osteoporosis, individuals with heart problems or lung ailments, individuals who have had a stroke in the past year, and any individuals who are physically unable to respond to nautical emergencies in the river, including those who are hearing impaired.
The Pre- and/or Post-Cruise Program pricing and tour details are subject to change without prior notice.
Join us for an informational one-hour Antarctica Webinar on May 31 or June 14 at 12:00pm CST. The webinar will be hosted by Anita Root, Go Next’s Product Development Director and two-time visitor to Antarctica. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a digital invitation.
N/A for US & Canadian passport holders
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