Antarctica Hotels & Cruises
MV Plancius Cruise / Superior
What’s so great about the Plancius is not only its historical background, but its unique design once made for deep sea research. Accommodating up to 166 passengers in 53 cabins, this expeditionary vessel is the ideal floating basecamp when immersing in a Polar adventure. With a modern and contemporary style and six choices of different cabin types, including Superior, Deluxe, Triples and Quads, this comfortable vessel offers private facilities, upgraded linens and outside views through either portholes or windows. For a relaxing lunch, guests can head to the Dining Room and enjoy a delicious meal or go to the Observation Lounge and Bar to savor a drink while catching the stunning views from the panoramic windows.
Silver Explorer / Superior
A purpose-built expedition ship with the intimate on-board ambiance of a private yacht. Designed specifically for navigating waters in some of the world’s most remote destinations, including both of Earth’s polar regions, the 6,072-ton vessel boasts a strengthened hull. With a fleet of Zodiac boats, her 144 privileged guests can visit even the most off-the-beaten path locations. On-board you will find many amenities usually found only on larger ships, including all ocean-view accommodations with private bath, a spacious library with an Internet café, boutique shopping, a full-service spa, beauty salon, fitness center, live evening entertainment and two top-deck whirlpools.
Silver Cloud / Superior
Spacious yet intimate, designed to cross oceans and yet able to slip up rivers and into hidden harbors with ease, the yacht-like Silver Cloud carries just 200 guests. Combining spacious ocean-view suites and private verandas with stunning dining and entertainment options, Silver Cloud launches a new ocean standard and epitomizes a vision of world-class cruise accommodations, service and amenities. The ship has the highest space ratio and highest staff-to-guest ratio (nearly one to one) among luxury ice-class expedition ships. For the expedition team alone, there is, on average, one team member guiding no more than twelve guests. The ship has fleet of 18 Zodiac crafts and complimentary kayaking is available, weather and ice conditions permitting.
Ocean Nova / Boutique
Ocean Nova is a modern and comfortable expedition vessel. In addition to a glass-enclosed observation lounge and presentation room, there is a spacious dining room, bar, library, gym, and a clinic. All cabins feature a picture window, a writing desk with chair, a wardrobe, individually controlled heating system, and a private bathroom with shower.
Alto Andino / Boutique
Located in the heart of Ushuaia, on the southernmost tip of Argentina, this 30 room hotel is a great base for exploration. All rooms are suites or apartments adding additional comfort and independence. Enjoy the onsite restaurant and lovely rooftop terrace with a 360° view of the Beagle Channel and the Andes.
Cabo de Hornos / Superior
The recently renovated Cabo de Hornos Hotel, overlooking the straits of Magellan, is in the historical town of Punta Arenas. Recently renovated, it features 110 stylish rooms, a fine dining restaurant with good wine selection, a fitness center, and library. Its centrally located in a nice walkable neighborhood.