DONT MISS SCOTT on board SEA SPIRIT!
We are delighted that Falcon Scott, grandson of famed Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott is again on board four Sea Spirit departures in the Southern Ocean until the end of 2019.
Falcon, an engineer, builder and artist, looks forward to sharing stories and his family’s heritage with passengers.
Time and availability is now running out so do contact me for dates and details if this interests you!
SEA SPIRIT AND 50 YEARS OF VICTORY
EARLY BOOKING AND EXTRA SAVINGS EXPIRE VERY SOON – HURRY IF YOU WANT TO CATCH THEM!!
Some of the early booking discounts and extra savings on 2020-21 Antarctic voyages aboard Sea Spirit and 50 Years of Victory will expire on Wednesday 31 October.
If you’d like to save 10-15 per cent on selected sailings contact me as soon as possible!
HONDIUS – CLASSIC ANTARCTIC PENINSULA – LAST MINUTE OFFER!
We’ve last-minute availability and special rates on Hondius’ Classic Antarctic Peninsula voyage (sailing dates 17- 26 January, 2020). If conditions permit we’ll also visit some of Antarctica’s most iconic landing sites, such as Paradise Bay, Port Lockroy, and possibly even the century-old wreck of the Guvernøren, among many others. Contact me for prices.
STYLISH VOYAGING FOR FEB 2020 – OFFER!
We’ve a great offer on two fantastically stylish vessels sailing south in February 2020 – I recently made a visit to Penzance to recce one of the ships in the fleet. They have the air of a royal yacht and, being operated by a French company, you can expect superb food and wines on board:
Beyond the Polar Circle, 17 days on board Le Lyrial, sailing 9 February 2020.
Emblematic Antarctica, 11 days on board L’Austral, sailing 18 February 2020.
Prices start at £9.500 per person.
Both voyages include round trip flights from Paris to Buenos Aires and onward to Ushuaia plus a night in Buenos Aires and all visits. Contact me for more information.
Total solar eclipse 2021
It’s a long way ahead but here’s a chance to plan to see one of Earth’s most wondrous cosmic events from the Antarctic, where viewing of the total solar eclipse is expected on 4 December 2021. The three ice-strengthened vessels Plancius, Ortelius and (soon to be completed) Hondius will position themselves in the center of the moon shadow, at the edge of the sea ice in the Weddell Sea, between the South Orkneys and South Georgia. The full 19 night voyage will visit the Falklands, South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula.