Holiday on the Antarctic Peninsula

A trip to Antarctica is guaranteed to be an unforgettable and thrilling adventure. Just like a modern-day explorer, you will cross the waters of the white continent whilst enjoying all the comfort of an expedition ship.
There is something for everyone on the menu of à la carte activities: skiing, hiking, kayaking or paddleboarding… There are constant opportunities to observe the wildlife and the unspoiled scenery will leave you breathless.
It is an incredible journey to be enjoyed solo, or with friends or family.


19 to 31 October 2024


Ski touring, snowshoeing, kayaking…


Antarctic Peninsula


Your choice of stateroom on the yacht


A real modern-day adventure
A choice of activities
A boat that is both efficient and comfortable
Immersion in the heart of spectacular natural surroundings
A professional and welcoming crew


This is the very start of your epic journey, when you arrive in Ushuaia, capital of the Province of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina.
You meet your guide for a technical review of hiking or glacier skiing. In the evening, a welcome dinner is arranged before your last night on terra firma.

On the second day you board the Ocean Albatros, your polar expedition vessel. The course will be set for the 240 km long Beagle Channel.
Days 3 and 4 are a key stage as you travel through the legendary Drake Passage. You will have the opportunity to observe the great sperm whales, humpback whales and a host of seabirds that inhabit this wilderness.
On the fifth day, we explore Charlotte Bay and Buff Islans on touring skis and by Zodiac, an opportunity to meet the penguins.
We have two islands to explore on day six: Enterprise Island and Nansen Island, which we cross on touring skis. Vestiges of the whaling era dating back to the early 1900s can still be seen here. Penguins and Adelie penguins now occupy the site!
Day seven: We stop off at Ronge Island, then at Cuverville for a Zodiac excursion that offers an opportunity to visit the Almirante Brown base, a scientific research station.
On day eight, there is some amazing skiing to enjoy (Lemaire Channel / Mt. Scott /Mt. Demaria / Mt. Mill). We also visit the Ukrainian research station Vernadsky. We will certainly come across orcas and leopard seals.
Day nine: More skiing around Livingston Island and Half Moon Bay before heading north to begin the return journey.
It is almost the end of this incredible journey… For these last three days on board, we will head up to Drake Passage, admiring the cliffs of Cape Horn, the southernmost point of South America.
This program is given as an indication only and may have to be modified throughout the trip according to weather and ice conditions.
Flexibility is the key word for any trip to Antarctica!


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From $13,995 to $21,995/person for the cabin
Optional activities between $800 and $2800




The Ocean Albatros is a new-generation expedition ship specially designed for navigation in the polar regions. She has been designed to offer a high level of performance whilst limiting energy consumption, with 4 diesel engines as well as 2 electric motors.
She has 95 cabins and suites offering a very high level of comfort and an exceptional view of the sea.
With two restaurants, a dining room on the open deck, a wellness area, library, conference room and gym, there is plenty to keep you entertained.
Her fleet of 18 motorboats ensures easy disembarkation for all activities.
The mainly English-speaking staff, with around a hundred crew members, will ensure your comfort from embarkation to disembarkation.