Falklands, South Georgia, & Antarctica 2017
Falklands, South Georgia, & Antarctica 2017
Falklands, South Georgia, & Antarctica 2017
Falklands, South Georgia, & Antarctica 2017
Falklands, South Georgia, & Antarctica 2017

Falklands, South Georgia, & Antarctica 2017 picture Join us as we explore the some of the routes and landings of Shackleton’s epic adventure. 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, sea elephants, 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!


Cabin Category 4 Book NOW and receive $1500 air credit per person

Cabin Category 6 Book NOW and receive $2000 air credit per person

Cabin Category 7 Book Now and receive $2500 air credit per person

day 1
Puerto Madryn
day 2
day 3-4
Southern Ocean
day 5
West Falklands
day 6
Stanley, East Falkland
day 7-8
Southern Ocean
day 9-12
South Georgia
day 13-14
Scotia Sea
day 15-18
Antarctic Peninsula
day 19-20
Drake Passage
day 21

Located in the Patagonian province of Chubut, Puerto Madryn is one of Argentina's fastest growing cities and the gateway to the Peninsula Valdés. Puerto Madryn is a popular resort destination for wildlife excursions; visit a sea lion colony, or take a whale watching trip to view the southern right whales; watch for nesting cormorants and magnificent elephant seals, or experience a walk through a colony of Magellanic penguins and myriad species of native seabirds.

Oct. 29, 2017 - Nov. 18, 2017 - Click on cabin category for ship deckplan

All prices are per person, in US Dollars (USD) unless specified otherwise, and are cash or cheque discounted.

  • 1

    $13995.00   TRIPLE SUITES 225 SQ. FT. (21 m²) Suites with window and sitting area. (Please note that the third berth is suitable for persons up to 5'’10" in height)

  • 2

    $16195.00   PORTHOLE SUITES 240 SQ. FT. (22 m²) Suites with porthole and sitting area.

  • 3

    $17995.00   WINDOW SUITES 225 SQ. FT. (21 m²) Suites with window and sitting area.

  • 4

    $18495.00    PROMENADE SUITES 220 SQ. FT. (20.4 m²) Suites with window and sitting area. Book NOW and receive $1500 air credit per person!

  • 5

    $18995.00   DELUXE SUITES 240 SQ. FT. (22 m²) Suites with bow & side windows and sitting area.

  • 6

    $21795.00   VERANDA SUITES: 260 SQ. FT. (24 m²) including a 40 SQ. FT. (3.7 m²) balcony and a sitting area. Book NOW and receive $2000 air credit per person!

  • 7

    $23995.00   PENTHOUSE SUITES 325 SQ. FT. (30 m²) including an 80 SQ. FT. (7.4 m²) balcony and a sitting area. Book Now and receive $2500 air credit per person!

  • 8

    $26995.00   OWNER'S SUITE 385 SQ. FT. (34 m²) Two room suite with sitting room and bedroom. Features one non-convertible queen bed & a single sofa bed. 2 rooms, including a 110sq ft balcony

  • 9

    $22995.00   SINGLE ACCOMMODATIONS 118 SQ. FT. (11 m²) with window and queen-sized bed.


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Falklands, South Georgia, & Antarctica 2017

The Hebridean Sky


  • Capacity: 108
  • Registry: Bahamas
  • Length:


In the spring of 2016 the Hebridean Sky, underwent a ten-million-dollar refit, making her one of the safest and most comfortable ships in her class. Formerly known as the Sea Explorer, she has always been known for her effortless elegance, impeccable service, and atmosphere of charm and camaraderie. The Hebridean Sky continues that tradition today, while adding a host of new amenities—as well as state-of-the-art stabilization systems, fuel efficiency protocols, and communications systems. All suites and public spaces have been completely redecorated. The Hebridean Sky will be used exclusively for our Falklands, South Georgia, and Antarctica expedition. More

  • Annette Bombosch

    Annette Bombosch

    Marine Mammal Specialist

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  • Bob Gilmore

    Bob Gilmore

    Geology & Ice – Citizen Science

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  • Brandon  Harvey

    Brandon Harvey

    Expedition Leader

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  • Conny Bartl

    Conny Bartl

    Expedition Team

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  • Ewan Blyth

    Ewan Blyth

    Kayak Guide

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  • Hannah Lawson

    Hannah Lawson


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  • Harbir Singh

    Harbir Singh


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  • Heather Thorkelson

    Heather Thorkelson

    Passenger Service Manager

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  • Mariela  Cornejo

    Mariela Cornejo

    Expedition Team

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  • Matthew Farrell

    Matthew Farrell


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  • Matthew James Swan

    Matthew James Swan

    Expedition Leader

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  • Nate Small

    Nate Small

    Expedition Team

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  • Pablo Brandeman

    Pablo Brandeman

    Assistant Expedition Leader

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  • Randy Bulicka

    Randy Bulicka


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  • Seb Coulthard

    Seb Coulthard


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  • Sophie Ballagh

    Sophie Ballagh

    Kayak Guide

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What's Included

  • One-night hotel accommodation in embarkation city
  • Transfer from airport in embarkation city
  • Transfer from group hotel to ship for embarkation
  • Group transfer from ship to airport at disembarkation
  • Shipboard accommodations
  • All scheduled landings and excursions
  • All meals on board
  • Coffee / tea / cocoa 24 hours a day
  • House wine / beer / soft drink with dinner
  • Expedition jacket (yours to keep)
  • A pair of boots for use during the voyage
  • WiFi from the public computers in the library
  • 100-minute WiFi card (for use on your personal devices)
  • Daily international news service
  • All port and landing fees

    What's Not Included

  • Commercial flights 

  • Mandatory medical/evacuation insurance

  • Personal expenses

  • Additional expenses in the event of delays or itinerary changes

  • Discretionary gratuities to ship's crew (approximately $15 per passenger per day)

  • Visas (if required)
  • Physician's fees confirming you are fit to travel

  • Any medical charges incurred while aboard
  • Possible fuel surcharges

    • Zodiac cruise spectacular bays looking for orca, minke, and humpback whales
    • Enjoy views of tabular icebergs of epic scale
    • See the Antarctic ice first-hand with our expert Zodiac drivers
    • Cross the mighty southern continent off your bucket list
    • Walk with king penguins in South Georgia
    • See scientists at work at an Antarctic research base
    • Walk in Shackleton’s footsteps
    • Experience the teeming wildlife of the islands of the Southern Ocean