Ushuaia (Argentina) and Back on Silver-Explorer

4 January 2019
Cruise Only for 18 nights

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Explore the vast wilderness of Antarctica, home to an abundance of wildlife, including colonies of penguins and pods of fur seals on this luxury expedition on Silver Explorer!

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Friday 04 January Ushuaia (Argentina) 1700
Situated on the shores of the vast Beagle Channel, Ushuaia is the world's most southerly city, situated in the Argentinian provice of Tierra del Fuego. It is overlooked by Mount Martial to the west and by Mounts Olivia and Cinco Hermanos to the east, and is the departure point for cruises to the Antarctic and the Falkland Islands. There are a number of museums in the town tracing the maritime and military history of the area.
2 - Saturday 05 January Day At Sea
3 - Sunday 06 January West Point Island 0630 1100
3 - Sunday 06 January Saunders Island 1500 1930
4 - Monday 07 January Port Stanley 0730 1600
5 - Tuesday 08 January Day At Sea
6 - Wednesday 09 January Day At Sea
7 - Thursday 10 January South Georgia 0930
South-east of the Falkland Islands is the mountainous landscape of South Georgia island, which has over a hundred glaciers and is an important breeding habitat of the King penguin, perhaps seen on landings at Salisbury Plain and Gold Harbour. Elephant seals lie in the tussock grass, and petrels and skuas can be seen soaring in the sky. The explorer Ernest Shackleton's grave is situated on South Georgia and the whaling stations at Grytviken, Stronsnes or Fortuna Bay might also be included on visits.
8 - Friday 11 January South Georgia
9 - Saturday 12 January South Georgia 1900
10 - Sunday 13 January Day At Sea
11 - Monday 14 January Day At Sea
12 - Tuesday 15 January Elephant Island 0930 1400
13 - Wednesday 16 January Antarctic Sound
14 - Thursday 17 January Antarctic Peninsula
15 - Friday 18 January Antarctic Peninsula
16 - Saturday 19 January South Shetland Island
17 - Sunday 20 January Drake Passage
Named after Sir Francis Drake, the Drake Passage is one of the world's greatest seaways connecting the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Infamous and legendary, it is steeped in the history and lore of exploration and discovery. At the Antarctic Convergence the temperature drops as the cold waters of the Antarctic Ocean meet the warmer waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and albatross and petrels are frequently seen.
18 - Monday 21 January Drake Passage
19 - Tuesday 22 January Ushuaia (Argentina) 0800
Code Category Status Latest Price
AC Adventurer Class WAITLIST £25000pp
EC Explorer Class AVAILABLE £26100pp
VS Vista Suite AVAILABLE £28600pp
VI View WAITLIST £30200pp
VR Veranda Suite WAITLIST £41000pp
ME Medallion Suite WAITLIST £55000pp
SL Silver Suite WAITLIST £59000pp
G1 Grand 1 Suite WAITLIST £64900pp
O1 Owner's 1 Suite WAITLIST £71500pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: Included; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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