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March 31, 2014.
- Abercrombie & Kent brought Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2013 and supermodel Kate Upton to the White Continent for a historic photo shoot. Learn how it was done on this page.
- Antarctica was chosen by Travel + Leisure as a Trip of a Lifetime, with A&K named one of the best travel companies operating in the White Continent.
- Classic Antarctica was chosen as Best Expedition/Adventure Cruise in the Cruise Report 2012 Editor's Choice Awards. A&K was recognized for Best Service in Antarctica.
- Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands was featured in Worth Magazine as one of the top 10 family vacations.
- A&K founder Geoffrey Kent returned to Antarctica for the first time in 20 years this season. Read the latest issue of Sundowner for Geoffrey's firsthand account.
Venture to the ends of the earth on A&K’s Antarctica cruises. A&K has operated over 150 Antarctica expeditions in more than 20 years. On our Antarctica cruises, we employ only the most experienced crew and naturalist tour guides, who infuse your expedition with expert knowledge of Antarctica’s hardy wildlife and striking landscapes.
Cruise Antarctica and the Southern Ocean on board the eco-friendly 'Le Boreal,' the first all-balcony stateroom vessel to ply Antarctic waters. Discover Antarctica’s fragile ecosystem through guided shore excursions and then learn about efforts to preserve it with a visit to a scientific research station. Cruise to Antarctica neighbors such as South Georgia, where you come face to face with vast elephant seal colonies and glacier-carved coves, and the Falkland Islands, where the penguin population far outnumbers humans.
With A&K’s exciting Antarctica cruises, experience the world’s final frontier in comfort and style.
Why book now?
Antarctica is white–hot right now — reserve your 2014–15 journey and save up to $6,000 per cabin when you book by March 31, 2014.
The Season’s Best Sightings
The 2012-13 A&K Antarctica cruising season delivered more than its share of once-in-a-lifetime highlights. On the first Classic Antarctica cruise of the season, Geoffrey Kent himself came aboard for his first journey to the White Continent in 20 years. And Oreo cookie celebrated its 100th anniversary by sending a shipment of its signature treats to Antarctica — along with a web-enabled "penguin cam" to aid in scientific research. The 2013–14 season is now underway, with the December 11 departure focused on fighting climate change in Antarctica, the December 21 family holiday departure that introduces young guests to the Seventh Continent and the January 5 photographic expedition that includes tips and lectures from A&K photo coach Richard Harker.
- South Shetland Islands
- This morning revealed falling snow, and just enough for a few snowball fights before breakfast. The South Shetland Islands — ice–clad Nelson Island and Robert Island — appeared out of the gloom by mid–morning, marking our first glimpse of Antarctica. A layer of low cloud obscured the mountain peaks but the glaciers could be seen between rocky headlands. read more
- Goudin Island
- Soon after breakfast, we approached Goudin Island off the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. Bundled up warmly in as many clothes as could we could manage, we set out on a Zodiac cruise. Over the course of the hour–long excursion, we had the opportunity to look at the sights from sea level and at close quarters. There were ice floes and small icebergs showing endless shapes and subtle coloration. We also saw all three local penguins and all three local seals. read more
- Half Moon Island
- As we sailed out of Moon Bay, some humpback whales were spotted and Captain Garcia brought us close to a mother and her calf that were diving for krill. “Indescribable” was a word often uttered. Certainly, it was difficult to find adjectives to describe the splendour of the scene. It’s worth coming to Antarctica if only for a single morning like this.