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Dates/Pricing

M/V Ortelius
Dates: March 13 – 24 (12 Days)
Quad Triple Twin Port Twin Window Superior Suite
$7,800 $8,650 $9,300 $9,800 $11,300 $12,750
Akademik Iofffe
January 9 – 21, 2015
Triple Twin Semi Twin Private Superior
Shackleton One Ocean Private Suite
$9,295 $11,995 $12,595 $13,295 $13,795 $15,295
Akademik Iofffe
February 18 – March 03, 2015
Triple Twin Semi Twin Private Superior
Shackleton One Ocean Private Suite
$10,195 $12,995 $13,595 $14,595 $14,995 $16,895
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Accommodations

Accommodations vary by individual boat, please see details in the Our Yachts section.

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Our Yachts

Luxury

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M/V Plancius

PlanciusM/v “Plancius” was built in 1976 as an oceanographic research vessel for the Royal Dutch Navy and was named “Hr. Ms. Tydeman”. The ship sailed for the Dutch Navy until June 2004 and was eventually purchased and completely rebuilt as a 114-passenger vessel in 2009 It complies with the latest SOLAS-regulations (Safety Of Life At Sea). M/v “Plancius” is classed by Lloyd’s Register in London and flies the Dutch flag.


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M/V Ortelius

OrteliusThe ice-strengthened vessel “Ortelius” is an excellent vessel for Polar expedition cruises, allowing us to adventure in remote locations such as the Ross Sea.
Ortelius was built in Gdynia, Poland in 1989, and served as a special purpose vessel for the Russian academy of Science.


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Akademik Ioffe

ioffe (1)Designed for polar research, the Ioffe is modern, comfortable, safe and ice-strengthened. From small group sessions to briefings for all passengers, we have public spaces onboard the ship ideally suited for each and every need. A separate bar and lounge, as well as a library provide ideal places to sit and relax or catch up on some reading. A selection of movies and documentaries can also be watched in the lounge.


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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is undoubtedly The Latin American city that most closely resembles the cosmopolitan atmosphere of larger European capitals. A cosmopolitan city and birthplace of the tango where the glamour and elegance of its European roots are interwoven with its undeniable Latin American essence.

But, Buenos Aires is much more – it is a city of contrasts that is reflected at every corner, creating a unique style.

Buenos Aires offers innumerable opportunities for entertainment – from visiting museums and historical sites (the Pink Palace and “Peronism”), to its architectural heritage (the multicolored tin houses of La Boca or Recoleta, the hub of the city’s aristocracy with soaring French architecture and sidewalk cafes); to the many cultural past times and passions (the tango, soccer and polo). Plan on spending time in the “Paris of South America!”

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