Atlas Ocean Voyages has announced that new Polar Expeditions by Atlas to Antarctica, are open for reservations, setting sail from Nov. 2024 to March 2025 on 48 remarkable expeditions aboard three luxury yachts: World Voyager, World Navigator, and World Traveller.
Guests can choose from 5- to 18-night polar expeditions, most sailing roundtrips from Ushuaia, Argentina, complemented by Fly the Drake expeditions departing or ending in Punta Arenas, Chile. All voyages include a pre-cruise hotel night stay in Buenos Aires or Punta Arenas and private roundtrip charter air flights.
Clients will visit remote shores and take Zodiac safaris that unveil the pristine wonders of the Antarctic wilderness, all expertly guided by Atlas Ocean Voyages’ seasoned expedition team of field experts, guides and naturalists.
“Expedition cruising continues to be top-of-mind for today’s adventurous traveler, and with three luxurious yachts, Atlas Ocean Voyages provides a comprehensive array of offerings to explore the commitment to delivering Antarctica,” said Atlas Ocean Voyages’ president and CEO, James Rodriguez in a media announcement. “With a range of enticing itineraries, the season offers adventurers the opportunity to explore the pristine beauty of the Antarctic Peninsula and surrounding areas.”
Highlights of the 2024/2025 Antarctica season include:
- 9-day Discovery expeditions including five immersive days at the Antarctica Peninsula
- 11-night Crossing the Antarctic Circle expeditions.
- Two 5-night Drake Express Expeditions sailing roundtrip from King George Island.
- The new 18-night Grand Antarctica & Beyond Expedition with stops on the Peninsula, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, the Falklands and the South Orkney Islands.
- A 13-night Wild Falklands & Chilean Fjords journey departing from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia.
The Antarctica season is bookended by a selection of Cultural Expeditions by Atlas in spring 2024 or fall 2025 with all-new destinations including Isla de los Estados, Argentina, and the charming coastal town of São Francisco do Sul, Brazil.
For more information visit AtlasOceanVoyages.com.