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Origin: Chile Profile: Mixed ages
Passenger Mix: International Share Scheme: No
Gentlemen Hosts: No Supplement below 50%: Yes

Antarctica XXI is a Chilean based operator that flies you over the rough seas of Drake's Passage to join your ship at the gates of Antarctica.  After flying to the South Shetlands on a BAe 146 you join a short cruise along the Antarctic Peninsula, visiting one of the most remote places on earth.

Antarctica XXI charters ice-strengthened vessels previously used for polar and oceanographic research. Click the picture or ship name to get more details about the ship and its calendar of cruises.


30 December 1899
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