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Sea Spirit Cruise Ship, Ushuaia

Sea Spirit Cruise Ship


Excellent standards without the big price tag

Our rating: Premium | Property style: Boat

M/V Sea Spirit is a comfortable expedition ship with capacity for 114 passengers, featuring stylish suites spread across the five decks. The suites are equipped with king-sized beds, flat-screen TVs and DVD players; some also have their own balconies. There is a strong emphasis on hotel-style service on board, although this does not detract from the expedition focus in any way. Optional kayaking, camping, climbing and cross-country skiing are available on some departures. Communal areas include an open-seating restaurant, outdoor bistro, bar, presentation lounge, club lounge, library and gym. This ship is perfect for those who would like a little more luxury on their polar adventure.

Sea Spirit Cruise Ship

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Island Sky Cruise Ship, Ushuaia

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Tours Featuring Ushuaia


Classic Antarctica

Explore the remote southern continent of Antarctica with this classic itinerary. Traversing the infamous Drake Passage, guides aboard will guide you through the journey and daily shore landing attempts
11 days from A$9,516

Antarctica: Spirit of Shackleton

This longer three-week itinerary takes in the Falkland Islands and South Georgia before heading further south for some classic Antarctic highlights and experiences before retracing Ernest Shackleton’s route back
21 days from A$21,458

Quest for the Antarctic Circle

A two-week quest to attempt to cross the seldom reached Antarctic Circle in search of colonies of seals and penguins, marine life and seabirds that call this wilderness home. The voyage is accompanied by expert guides
14 days from A$13,401

Wild Antarctica Fly Over the Drake Passage

Push the boundaries of the usual cruises with this 13-day luxury experience, by flying over the famous Drake Passage onto the Antarctic Peninsula to explore both east and west Antarctica aboard the premium Greg Mortimer
13 days from A$17,483