Antarctic & Patagonia cruise...a New Year voyage with Seabourn

Antarctic & Patagonia cruise…a New Year voyage with Seabourn

From Buenos Aires, board the Seabourn Quest luxury liner, one of the most beautiful small cruise ships afloat, for an adventure of a lifetime. Sail to Uruguay’s capital Montevideo, and then head south, leaving behind the summer heat of Argentina, towards the majestic, glittering icy landscapes of the Antarctica.

With the Austral summer weather comes the freedom to explore the pristine landscapes that are normally inaccessible. Sailing a smaller cruise vessel means you can make landings on the ice from small zodiacs, giving you remarkable access to one of the most extraordinary regions of the world.

Get up close with polar wildlife such as penguins, whilst accompanied by professional naturalist guides. For the adventurous, there is the chance to hike in the footsteps of explorers like Scott. Catch rare sights such a whales and embrace the opportunity to take beautiful photographs in the special clear light of the Antarctic.


Seabourn Quest…intimate luxury

The vessel for this once-in-a-lifetime cruise is the elegant, modern Seabourn Quest. Unlike many ships sailing the Antarctic, the Quest is not an expedition vessel, instead it is a purpose-built luxury liner. Yet it maintains its intimate and sophisticated ambiance thanks to the limited number of passengers aboard, usually around 400.

Seabourn not only define themselves by their exclusive vessels and unusual itineraries, such as their Antarctica & Patagonia cruise, but also by their on-board quality and service. Quest is designed like a luxury hotel with upscale interiors, fine dining, gourmet restaurants and luxuriously appointed staterooms.

For a lavish experience stay in a 50 square metre Penthouse Spa Suites. As one might imagine, in addition to the living and dining area and spacious bedroom, there is a spa-style bathroom with a tub and spa shower, Molton Brown spa products and the services of a Spa Concierge throughout the voyage.



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