Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards:Top Small Ship Cruise Lines Abercrombie & Kent earns a perfect score for itineraries and schedule.
Abercrombie & Kent has been selected by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler as one of the Top Small Ship Cruise Lines in the world for the 14th consecutive year.
An adventure cruise immerses you in the exotic and the unspoiled. Each trip is a fresh, spontaneous, unscripted journey that is fundamentally different from a traditional cruise itinerary in all ways but one: comfort and service.
Each ship provides an on-board experience that is second to none. In addition, each is small enough to navigate the ports too small or remote for larger cruise ships, immersing you in the exotic and the unspoiled. With a small crew-to-passenger ratio, service is much more personalized and attentive, resulting in a perfect balance of exploration and comfort.
Our ship's staff always includes hand-selected naturalists, geologists, historians and adventurers who share their extensive insight and experience, whether through formal lectures or a casual chat over cocktails or on deck.
Climb aboard a Zodiac auxiliary craft – a safe, stable motorized rubber raft – to reach remote shores and coves where there are no piers or other docking arrangements. Zodiacs also function as exploratory vessels, specializing in up-close and personal encounters to give you the most authentic experience possible in your destination.
Take a look at two of the ships A&K charters for its award-winning cruise programs:
The most elegant ship sailing the Southern Ocean, 'Le Boreal' combines comfort and strength into the perfect setting for adventure. A&K restricts its complement to just 199 passengers on its Arctic and Antarctic programs, giving every cabin its own private balcony.
‘Le Boreal’ 2014-15 Antarctica Season
Classic Antarctica: 12 days, from $9,995 (was $12,495)
Antarctica, South Georgia & The Falkland Islands: 17 days, from $14,995 (was $17,995)
Save up to $6,000 per Cabin on a 2014-15 Antarctica Cruise
Save up to $3,000 per person on a 2014-15 Antarctica cruise when you reserve a Category 1-3 cabin by May 15, 2014.
‘Le Boreal’ 2014 Arctic Season
Arctic Cruise Norway: Polar Bears & Midnight Sun: 12 days, from $8,995(was $9,995)
Arctic Cruise Adventure: Norway, Greenland & Iceland: 15 days, from $13,495
Save up to $2,000 per Cabin on a 2014 Arctic Cruise
Save up to $1,000 per person on Arctic Cruise Norway: Polar Bears & the Midnight Sun when you book a Category 1 cabin by May 15, 2014.