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Roundtrip Ushuaia
10-night Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent Expedition
January 28, 2020
Quark Expeditions: Ocean Endeavour
Roundtrip Ushuaia
Vacation Offer ID 1314435
Reference this number when contacting our travel specialist so we may better serve you.
Exclusive Offer
  • $300 per Couple Polar Boutique Credit
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Cruise Inclusions

  • Shipboard accommodation with daily housekeeping.
  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners on board throughout your voyage. (Please inform us of any dietary requirements as far in advance as possible. Unfortunately, the ships’ galleys cannot prepare kosher meals.)
  • All shore landings per the daily program.
  • Leadership throughout the voyage by our experienced Expedition leader, including shore landings and other activities.
  • All Zodiac transfers and cruising per the daily program.
  • Formal and informal presentations by our Expedition Team and guest speakers as scheduled.
  • Photographic Journal on DVD, documenting the voyage.
  • A pair of waterproof expedition boots on loan for shore landings.
  • An official Quark Expeditions parka to keep.
  • Coffee, tea and cocoa available around the clock.
  • Hair dryer and bathrobes in every cabin.
  • Comprehensive pre-departure materials, including a map and an informative Antarctic Reader.
  • A group transfer upon disembarkation in Ushuaia from the ship to the local airport.
  • All miscellaneous service taxes and port charges throughout the program.
  • All luggage handling aboard ship.
  • Emergency Evacuation insurance for all passengers to a maximum benefit of USD $100,000 per person.

Available Add-Ons

Optional airfare; pre-/post-cruise hotel
  • Destination Guide
  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Ushuaia

Ushuaia 01/28/2020

With a population of more than 63,000 people, Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world. The city has grown over the past few years, yet it has retained an easygoing and accessible feel. With the sea to the south and mountains to the north, Ushuaia is a spectacular departure point for your Antarctic cruise. If you arrive early, you can spend some time in the nearby Tierra del Fuego National Park, enjoy some Argentinian wines and barbeques in the city, or visit the many boutique shops and cafés before you leave for your expedition to Antarctica.,

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Ushuaia: National Park Tour - 4 hours
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 
Tierra del Fuego National Park is the southernmost protected natural area of Argentina and runs for almost 7 km along the Beagle Channel. A rugged territory and successions of steep mountains, with rivers running through deep valleys and many lakes, make up the varied landscape.

Created by the Argentine government in the year 1960 to protect the southernmost sub-Antarctic forests, Tierra del Fuego National Park is the country's only park with an ocean shoreline. It offers historical and wild attractions, and borders with Chile to the West and the Beagle Channel to the South.

It boasts a typical glacial landscape, with a mountainous area and deep valleys washed by rivers and lakes, and mountains ranging from the North West to the South East.
There are numerous pedestrian crosswalks in this National Park starting at different points along Route Nº 3 and reaching wonderful places:

Island Walk - The 800 m track crosses part of the Cormorant Archipelago up to Green Lagoon. It runs along the banks of the Lapataia and Ovando rivers.
Negra Lagoon Track - 400 meters away from the Park, its dark colored waters are due to the presence of big peat mosses.
Lapataia Vantage Point Walk - An alternative access option to Lapataia Bay, after a 500-meter walk, through the lenga forest, a scenic pathway affords a striking view of the bay, and winds down to its shore.
Peat Bog Walkway - 400 meters away from Lapataia Bay, along the way through lenga forests may be seen abandoned beaver dams.
After tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
Lapataia bay 
- The pedestrian crosswalks within the National Park
  
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver 
  • National Park entrance fee
  • Lunch
Ushuaia – National Park, Trekking & Canoas (7 hours - Active sightseeing)
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Discover the secrets of Tierra del Fuego National Park with specialized guides on this half-day excursion. Here, mountains are accessible from the sea, and freshwater rivers and lakes mix with the coastal forest. On this excursion, walk around the forest and canoe down rivers and across lagoons to reach Lapataia Bay.

After the tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
  • Beagle Channel
  • Lapataia Bay
  • Roca Lake
  • Do trekking and canoing at the NP
 
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
  • Box-Lunch
 
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
01/28/2020 01/28/2020
Ushuaia

Ushuaia 01/29/2020

Embarkation will occur in the late afternoon, after which your vessel will sail down the historic Beagle Channel. This historic channel transects the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the extreme south of South America. Expect an air of excitement as you depart—the next time you see land you'll be in the world's most southern continent!,

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Ushuaia: National Park Tour - 4 hours
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 
Tierra del Fuego National Park is the southernmost protected natural area of Argentina and runs for almost 7 km along the Beagle Channel. A rugged territory and successions of steep mountains, with rivers running through deep valleys and many lakes, make up the varied landscape.

Created by the Argentine government in the year 1960 to protect the southernmost sub-Antarctic forests, Tierra del Fuego National Park is the country's only park with an ocean shoreline. It offers historical and wild attractions, and borders with Chile to the West and the Beagle Channel to the South.

It boasts a typical glacial landscape, with a mountainous area and deep valleys washed by rivers and lakes, and mountains ranging from the North West to the South East.
There are numerous pedestrian crosswalks in this National Park starting at different points along Route Nº 3 and reaching wonderful places:

Island Walk - The 800 m track crosses part of the Cormorant Archipelago up to Green Lagoon. It runs along the banks of the Lapataia and Ovando rivers.
Negra Lagoon Track - 400 meters away from the Park, its dark colored waters are due to the presence of big peat mosses.
Lapataia Vantage Point Walk - An alternative access option to Lapataia Bay, after a 500-meter walk, through the lenga forest, a scenic pathway affords a striking view of the bay, and winds down to its shore.
Peat Bog Walkway - 400 meters away from Lapataia Bay, along the way through lenga forests may be seen abandoned beaver dams.
After tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
Lapataia bay 
- The pedestrian crosswalks within the National Park
  
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver 
  • National Park entrance fee
  • Lunch
Ushuaia – National Park, Trekking & Canoas (7 hours - Active sightseeing)
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Discover the secrets of Tierra del Fuego National Park with specialized guides on this half-day excursion. Here, mountains are accessible from the sea, and freshwater rivers and lakes mix with the coastal forest. On this excursion, walk around the forest and canoe down rivers and across lagoons to reach Lapataia Bay.

After the tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
  • Beagle Channel
  • Lapataia Bay
  • Roca Lake
  • Do trekking and canoing at the NP
 
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
  • Box-Lunch
 
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
01/29/2020 01/29/2020
Cruise Starts (Embarkation)

Cruise Starts (Embarkation) 01/29/2020

Embarkation will occur in the late afternoon, after which your vessel will sail down the historic Beagle Channel. This historic channel transects the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the extreme south of South America. Expect an air of excitement as you depart—the next time you see land you'll be in the world's most southern continent!,
01/29/2020 01/29/2020
Ushuaia

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Ushuaia: National Park Tour - 4 hours
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 
Tierra del Fuego National Park is the southernmost protected natural area of Argentina and runs for almost 7 km along the Beagle Channel. A rugged territory and successions of steep mountains, with rivers running through deep valleys and many lakes, make up the varied landscape.

Created by the Argentine government in the year 1960 to protect the southernmost sub-Antarctic forests, Tierra del Fuego National Park is the country's only park with an ocean shoreline. It offers historical and wild attractions, and borders with Chile to the West and the Beagle Channel to the South.

It boasts a typical glacial landscape, with a mountainous area and deep valleys washed by rivers and lakes, and mountains ranging from the North West to the South East.
There are numerous pedestrian crosswalks in this National Park starting at different points along Route Nº 3 and reaching wonderful places:

Island Walk - The 800 m track crosses part of the Cormorant Archipelago up to Green Lagoon. It runs along the banks of the Lapataia and Ovando rivers.
Negra Lagoon Track - 400 meters away from the Park, its dark colored waters are due to the presence of big peat mosses.
Lapataia Vantage Point Walk - An alternative access option to Lapataia Bay, after a 500-meter walk, through the lenga forest, a scenic pathway affords a striking view of the bay, and winds down to its shore.
Peat Bog Walkway - 400 meters away from Lapataia Bay, along the way through lenga forests may be seen abandoned beaver dams.
After tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
Lapataia bay 
- The pedestrian crosswalks within the National Park
  
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver 
  • National Park entrance fee
  • Lunch
Ushuaia – National Park, Trekking & Canoas (7 hours - Active sightseeing)
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Discover the secrets of Tierra del Fuego National Park with specialized guides on this half-day excursion. Here, mountains are accessible from the sea, and freshwater rivers and lakes mix with the coastal forest. On this excursion, walk around the forest and canoe down rivers and across lagoons to reach Lapataia Bay.

After the tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
  • Beagle Channel
  • Lapataia Bay
  • Roca Lake
  • Do trekking and canoing at the NP
 
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
  • Box-Lunch
 
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
01/29/2020 01/29/2020
Drake Passage

Drake Passage 01/30/2020

Prepare yourself for potentially rough water, but hope for a smooth sailing as the Drake is unpredictable and always changing. You'll spend these first days getting to know your shipmates while your Expedition Team provides safety briefings and insights into what excitement lies ahead.,
01/30/2020 01/30/2020
Drake Passage
01/31/2020 01/31/2020
South Shetland Islands
02/01/2020 02/01/2020
Antarctica

Antarctica 02/02/2020

Once the Antarctic Convergence is left in our wake, you will truly begin your Antarctic adventure. It is perhaps the first sight of land itself that is embraced as the true beginning of any Antarctic expedition. You will begin to appreciate why this region has long captivated the attention of explorers and travelers alike. Every time we visit Antarctica, we witness something new or unexpected, which means that your expedition will be unlike any other—creating a unique personal experience. Each day, you will take Zodiac excursions from the ship to explore local bays, channels, and landing sites. With wildlife always at the forefront of our minds, you will visit penguin rookeries, scout for humpback and minke whales, and search for a number of southern seal species, including the cunning leopard seal. The majesty of the Antarctic Peninsula's mountains will enchant as you scramble up snowy pathways to vantage points offering you 360° views of your surroundings. One of these in particular, in Danco Island, affords us the opportunity to visit a penguin colony high up on a ridge. Here, you'll have the choice between hiking to the island's summit or spending time sitting quietly on a pebbled beach, enjoying the antics of curious penguins. If you're feeling extra adventurous, participating in the Polar Plunge swim is about as crazy as it gets! Amid the serene silence of Antarctica, noisy interludes become indelible memories, such as penguins squabbling over prized pebbles, or the boom and crack of a calving glacier in Neko Harbour. Each day will be different, having been carefully crafted by your expedition team to entertain and educate you about this wonderful part of the world.,
02/02/2020 02/02/2020
Antarctica
02/03/2020 02/03/2020
Antarctica
02/04/2020 02/04/2020
Drake Passage

Drake Passage 02/05/2020

The journey back across the Drake Passage provides final opportunities to enjoy the crisp Antarctic air. Spend time on the deck, watching for seabirds and scouting for whales, enjoy presentations by your Expedition Team, or simply relax and reminisce about your experiences.,
02/05/2020 02/05/2020
Drake Passage
02/06/2020 02/06/2020
Ushuaia

Ushuaia 02/07/2020

You will arrive in Ushuaia in the morning, which allows for you to continue your adventure on land or catch your flights home.,

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Ushuaia: National Park Tour - 4 hours
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 
Tierra del Fuego National Park is the southernmost protected natural area of Argentina and runs for almost 7 km along the Beagle Channel. A rugged territory and successions of steep mountains, with rivers running through deep valleys and many lakes, make up the varied landscape.

Created by the Argentine government in the year 1960 to protect the southernmost sub-Antarctic forests, Tierra del Fuego National Park is the country's only park with an ocean shoreline. It offers historical and wild attractions, and borders with Chile to the West and the Beagle Channel to the South.

It boasts a typical glacial landscape, with a mountainous area and deep valleys washed by rivers and lakes, and mountains ranging from the North West to the South East.
There are numerous pedestrian crosswalks in this National Park starting at different points along Route Nº 3 and reaching wonderful places:

Island Walk - The 800 m track crosses part of the Cormorant Archipelago up to Green Lagoon. It runs along the banks of the Lapataia and Ovando rivers.
Negra Lagoon Track - 400 meters away from the Park, its dark colored waters are due to the presence of big peat mosses.
Lapataia Vantage Point Walk - An alternative access option to Lapataia Bay, after a 500-meter walk, through the lenga forest, a scenic pathway affords a striking view of the bay, and winds down to its shore.
Peat Bog Walkway - 400 meters away from Lapataia Bay, along the way through lenga forests may be seen abandoned beaver dams.
After tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
Lapataia bay 
- The pedestrian crosswalks within the National Park
  
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver 
  • National Park entrance fee
  • Lunch
Ushuaia – National Park, Trekking & Canoas (7 hours - Active sightseeing)
Meet your local guide at local pier and start with your visit. 

Discover the secrets of Tierra del Fuego National Park with specialized guides on this half-day excursion. Here, mountains are accessible from the sea, and freshwater rivers and lakes mix with the coastal forest. On this excursion, walk around the forest and canoe down rivers and across lagoons to reach Lapataia Bay.

After the tour you will be transferred back to the pier.

Tour highlights: 
  • Beagle Channel
  • Lapataia Bay
  • Roca Lake
  • Do trekking and canoing at the NP
 
Inclusions
  • Transfers to/from the pier
  • English speaking guide
  • Private vehicle
  • Box-Lunch
 
Exclusions
  • Gratuities for guide and driver
02/07/2020 02/07/2020
Quark Expeditions: Ocean Endeavour
Ocean Endeavour is a comfortable, well-appointed small expedition ship expertly engineered to explore the Polar Regions. The ship has an ice-strengthened hull, Zodiacs for exploration and remote landings, and advanced navigation equipment. The newly-refurbished vessel offers a superb guest experience with an expansive choice of cabin categories, large cabins and common areas, a sundeck and observation area, plenty of deck space for polar landscape viewing, and lounges for learning and reflection. The ship's interiors have a contemporary aesthetic that provides a bright and spacious feel throughout.
Features and Amenities
Activities:

  • Snowshoeing
  • Zodiac Cruising
  • Kayaking
  • Stand-up Paddleboarding (additional charge)
  • Camping (additional charge)
  • Cross-Country Skiing (additional charge)
  • Mountaineering (additional charge)

Aboard:

  • Chef-prepared meals and complimentary wine with dinner
  • Bar staffed by a professional bartender. A selection of soft drinks, juices, liquors, spirits, and beer are also available and can be charged to your shipboard account.
  • Nautical lounge
  • Polar library
  • Gym
  • Newly built saunas, spa facilities and wellness program
  • Lecture Theatre
  • Polar Boutique
  • Sundeck and plenty of deck space for observation
Ship Statistics
Year Built
1982
Year Refurbished
2014
Year Entered Present Fleet
2014
Previous Name
Kristina Katarina
Country of Registry
The Bahamas
Tonnage (GRT)
12,907
Guests (Lowers)
199
Total Guests
199
Passenger Decks
4
Number of Crew
124
Officers' Nationality
International
Cruise/Hotel Staff Nationality
International
Total Rooms
116
Suites
24
Balconies
Ocean/River View
116
Interior
Accessible
Expedition travel doesn’t mean you have to “rough it.”

Quark doesn’t operate traditional cruise ships - those large cruise liners holding thousands of guests. They operate small expedition ships, authentic icebreakers, and even a small exploration boat, each carrying fewer than 200 passengers. All the vessels are equipped with Zodiacs (inflatable landing craft) for safe, comfortable transfers from ship to shore, allowing Quark to reach some of the world’s most remote places. Quark’s ships will get you to the most isolated and breathtaking wilderness areas on the planet, safely and comfortably, whether you’re discovering the Arctic or Antarctica, or exploring the wilds of the Galapagos Islands.

All of their polar expedition ships feature ice-strengthened hulls for superior navigation in ice-packed polar waters.

Activities:

  • Snowshoeing
  • Zodiac Cruising
  • Kayaking
  • Stand-up Paddleboarding (additional charge)
  • Camping (additional charge)
  • Cross-Country Skiing (additional charge)
  • Mountaineering (additional charge)

Aboard:

  • Chef-prepared meals and complimentary wine with dinner
  • Bar staffed by a professional bartender. A selection of soft drinks, juices, liquors, spirits, and beer are also available and can be charged to your shipboard account.
  • Nautical lounge
  • Polar library
  • Gym
  • Newly built saunas, spa facilities and wellness program
  • Lecture Theatre
  • Polar Boutique
  • Sundeck and plenty of deck space for observation
Expedition travel doesn't mean you have to "rough it." All cabins have 220 volts/50 Hz electrical supply, private washroom facilities, radio and TV.

Information provided within these pages has been updated as of July 2019. While we do our best to ensure that stateroom descriptions and deckplans appearing in this website are complete and accurate, we cannot be responsible for inaccurate representations, which may or may not be under our control. Please reconfirm stateroom accommodations and deck placement prior to booking.

Suite

Owner's Suite 15,495
  • Deck 7
  • Square Feet: 320
Approximately 320 sq. ft. (30 sq. m), the Owner’s Suite on Deck 7 features two large bow-facing windows, one double bed, separate sitting room and private bath with tub.
Junior Suite 14,895
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 5
  • Square Feet: 320
Approximately 320 sq. ft. (30 sq. m), a Junior Suite on Decks 5 and 7 features a picture window, one double bed and private bath. Cabin 7002 has a bathtub; other Junior Suites have showers.

Oceanview

Top Deck Double Cabin 13,695
  • Deck 8
  • Square Feet: 155
Approximately 155 sq. ft. (14.5 sq. m), a Top Deck Double on Deck 8 features two large windows (one window with partial obstruction), one double bed and a private bathroom.
Superior Double Cabin 13,195
  • Deck 7
  • Square Feet: 205
Approximately 205 sq. ft. (19 sq. m), a Superior cabins features a large window, and a private bathroom. On Deck 5, Superior cabins have two lower beds and a pull out sofa bed. On Deck 7, Superiors feature one double bed and a sofa. Cabins 7000 and 7018 have bathtubs; other Superiors have showers.
Superior Twin Cabin 13,195
  • Deck 5
  • Square Feet: 205
Approximately 205 sq. ft. (19 sq. m), a Superior cabins features a large window, and a private bathroom. On Deck 5, Superior cabins have two lower beds and a pull out sofa bed. On Deck 7, Superiors feature one double bed and a sofa. Cabins 7000 and 7018 have bathtubs; other Superiors have showers.
Twin Window Cabin 11,695
  • Deck 5
  • Square Feet: 95-105
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Twin Window on Deck 5 features a picture window, two lower berths and private bath.
Twin Window Suite 14,295
  • Deck 5
  • Square Feet: 190-200
Approximately 190 to 200 sq. ft. (18-20 sq. m), a Twin Window Suite on Deck 5 is twice the size of a Twin Window, with one bathroom. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two windows, and one private bathroom.
Twin Window Suite 2 14,295
  • Deck 5
  • Square Feet: 190-200
Approximately 190 to 200 sq. ft. (18-20 sq. m), a Twin Window Suite (2) on Deck 5 is twice the size of a Twin Window, with two bathrooms. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two windows, and two private bathrooms.

Porthole

Twin Porthole Upper/Lower Cabin 11,095
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 95-105
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Twin Porthole on Deck 4 features a porthole window, two lower berths and private bath. Cabins 4060, 4062, and 4064 have one lower and one upper berth and private bath.
Twin Porthole Cabin 11,095
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 95-105
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Twin Porthole on Deck 4 features a porthole window, two lower berths and private bath. Cabins 4060, 4062, and 4064 have one lower and one upper berth and private bath.
Twin Porthole Suite 12,695
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 190-200
Approximately 190 to 200 sq. ft. (18-20 sq. m), a Twin Porthole Suite on Deck 4 is twice the size of a Twin Porthole, with one bathroom. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two porthole windows, and one private bathroom.
Twin Porthole Suite 2 12,695
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 190-200
Approximately 190 to 200 sq. ft. (18-20 sq. m), a Twin Porthole Suite (2) on Deck 4 is twice the size of a Twin Porthole, with two bathrooms. It features two single beds, a separate living area with a pull out sofa bed, two porthole windows, and two private bathrooms.

Obstructed View

Upper Deck Double Cabin - Obstructed View 12,195
  • Deck 8
  • Square Feet: 140
Approximately 140 sq. ft. (13 sq. m), an Upper Deck cabin features a window (obstructed view), and private bathroom. On Deck 7, Upper Deck cabins are outfitted with two lower beds. On Deck 8, these cabins offer one double bed.
Upper Deck Twin Cabin - Obstructed View 12,195
  • Deck 7
  • Square Feet: 140
Approximately 140 sq. ft. (13 sq. m), an Upper Deck Twin features a large picture window (obstructed view), and private bath. On Deck 7, Upper Deck Twin cabins are outfitted with two lower berths. On Deck 8, these cabins offer one double bed.

Inside

Inside Single Cabin 13,395
  • Deck 5
  • Square Feet: 95-105
Approximately 95 to 105 sq. ft. (9-10 sq. m), a Single on Deck 5 is an interior cabin with a lower berth and private bath.
Triple Cabin 7,295
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 225
Approximately 225 sq. ft. (20 sq. m), a Triple on Deck 4 is an interior cabin with three lower berths, and private bath. Cabin 4100 has four lower single beds and one private bathroom with a separate shower room.

All fares are per person, based on double occupancy (unless otherwise noted) and quoted in US dollars (US$). Rates for expeditions, flights, as well as optional pre-expedition and post-expedition extensions are based on tariffs and exchange rates in effect at the time of printing and are subject to change prior to departure. Substantial changes in tariffs, exchange rates and the price of fuel, services and labor sometimes increase the cost of expedition arrangements significantly. Quark reserves the right to alter prices or introduce surcharges accordingly, even if payment has been received in full. All travelers are required to pay for their excursion and additional purchases in conjunction with their excursion in the same currency. The fare does not include tobacco, alcoholic or special beverages (bottled or tap), miscellaneous extras, personal needs or medical care. Such goods and services, if available for purchase aboard the vessel/camp, are at the traveler's own expense. Payment for all such goods and services including any charges for extra baggage must be made in cash or by traveler's checks in US dollars (or other currency acceptable to the carrier) upon demand by the carrier prior to the traveler's disembarkation. Taxes, port charges, embarkation and loading expenses, stamps, health fees and any other charges whatsoever imposed by governmental authorities in any port or place shall be for the account of the traveler if not included in the fare paid to Quark.

To confirm reservations on all Quark products, a deposit of 20% (minimum US$1000 per person) is required at time of booking. The deposit may be paid by bank wire transfer, check, money order or major credit card. For any booking within 120 days of departure full payment is required. Final payment balances are due 120 days prior to departure.

Important reminder: Embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy – and excitement – of expedition travel. There are no guarantees that we can achieve everything we set out to accomplish. A measure of flexibility is something all of us must bring to a voyage. There are nearly 200 recognized sites in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetlands and the places mentioned above may be changed to others equally as interesting.

Exlusions - Rates specifically do not include:

  • Any airfare unless otherwise specified in the itinerary.
  • Passport and visa expenses.
  • Government arrival and departure taxes.
  • Any meals ashore with the exception of breakfast at the host hotel before embarkation and lunch on specified fly and cruise programs.
  • Baggage, cancellation and medical travel insurance.
  • Excess baggage charges.
  • Laundry, bar, beverage and other personal charges unless specified.
  • Telecommunications charges.
  • The voluntary gratuity at the end of the voyage for shipboard staff and crew.
  • Massage services.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.

Deck 9
Deck 8

Stateroom Key

  • Top Deck Double Cabin ()
  • Upper Deck Double Cabin - Obstructed View ()
Deck 7

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite ()
  • Junior Suite ()
  • Superior Double Cabin ()
  • Upper Deck Twin Cabin - Obstructed View ()
Deck 6
Deck 5

Stateroom Key

  • Junior Suite ()
  • Twin Window Cabin ()
  • Superior Twin Cabin ()
  • Twin Window Suite ()
  • Twin Window Suite 2 ()
  • Inside Single Cabin ()
Deck 4

Stateroom Key

  • Twin Porthole Upper/Lower Cabin ()
  • Twin Porthole Cabin ()
  • Twin Porthole Suite ()
  • Twin Porthole Suite 2 ()
  • Triple Cabin ()
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