8 Days / 7 Nights


$ 14,151.00


Multiple Departures





Classic Antarctica Air Cruise

Embark on our Classic Antarctica Air Cruise for a journey like no other. Witness breathtaking landscapes and encounter mesmerizing wildlife from the comfort of our luxury vessel. With guided shore excursions and Zodiac cruises, immerse yourself in the beauty and grandeur of the White Continent. Our expertly curated itinerary ensures an unforgettable adventure filled with excitement and discovery. Whether marveling at towering icebergs or observing penguin colonies, every moment promises awe-inspiring experiences. Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore Antarctica in style and comfort. Book now and let us redefine your sense of adventure amidst the wonders of the southernmost continent.

Trip Highlights

Travel with the most experienced and prepared group of expedition leaders in Antactica.

Explore the picturesque and remote áreas of Antactica in the most complete itinerary in the market.

Enjoy views of the outstanding animal species that inhabit this otherworly place.

Best food on board guaranteed.
Avoid the rough Waters of the Drake Passage by flying over, guaranteing the most comfortable experience while visiting the Antarctic.

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Classic Antarctica Air Cruise (#159)


Day 1
Start of the Air-Cruise

Arrive at Punta Arenas, Chile, before 2:00 PM. Antarctica21 employees will meet you there and transport you to your hotel. You are greeted at Explorers House in the afternoon for a required briefing where you will learn crucial details regarding your air-cruise and go through critical rules for visitors to the Antarctic. Meet your fellow travelers later on while eating traditional local food for a welcome dinner.

Day 2
Scheduled flight to Antarctica

A two-hour flight from Punta Arenas to King George Island in the South Shetland Islands marks the start of your Antarctic journey. The crisp Antarctic air enters your lungs for the first time as you step off the plane. To reach the shore and board a Zodiac that will carry you to your upscale adventure ship, you then walk 2 km (1.25 miles), passing Chile’s Frei Station and Russia’s Bellingshausen Station.

Day 3-6
Exploring Antarctica

Enjoy the company of seagulls, penguins, seals, and whales as you cruise between the South Shetland Islands and the western coast of the Antarctic Peninsula in ice-filled bays and among magnificent icebergs. Every day, disembark by Zodiac and go on an excursion with knowledgeable polar experts. While on board the ship, participate in an interesting schedule of informative lectures, take in breathtaking views from the lounge, and chat with other passengers about your daily excursions.

As no trip is ever the same, adaptability is essential for success in Antarctica. To create a distinctive and spectacular experience each time, the Expedition Team prepares the trip itinerary to take advantage of the always-changing opportunities offered by nature. While the precise itinerary varies depending on the expedition, you will visit several locations that provide the finest overall picture of the diverse Antarctic landscape. The South Shetland Islands, Antarctic Sound, Gerlache Strait, and Penola Strait may all be visited throughout your tour.

Day 7
Scheduled return flight from Antarctica

Before boarding the flight back to Punta Arenas, return to King George Island and bid farewell to Antarctica. Transfer to your hotel for the night after arrival. (Note: Meals in Punta Arenas are at your leisure and are not included in the package).

Day 8
End of the Air-Cruise

Transfer to the Punta Arenas airport for your subsequent flight after breakfast.

Ships Description

Magellan Explorer

 The Magellan Explorer, a modern vessel tailored for air cruises to Antarctica, epitomizes luxury and comfort. Launched in 2019 and constructed in Chile according to the latest Polar Code standards, it offers diverse accommodations, including single rooms and double cabins with private balconies. Each cabin features amenities such as independently regulated heating, ample storage, and a private bathroom. The ship boasts impressive facilities including a glass-enclosed observation lounge, cutting-edge presentation room, spacious dining area, fully equipped bar, library, gym, sauna, and medical center. Notably, the observation deck provides an intimate view of aquatic life, while ten Zodiac boats facilitate wildlife exploration. Remarkably, Anytime Fitness, renowned for its global presence, designed and built the onboard fitness center, marking a unique collaboration and ensuring top-tier facilities for passengers embarking on this unparalleled Antarctic adventure.

Tecnical Specifications

  • Passengers: 76 maximum on air-cruises
  • Expedition Staff & Crew: 60
  • Lifeboats: 2, fully enclosed, capacity of 160 (in addition to 8 life rafts, the capacity of 160)
  • Length: 90.7 m
  • Breadth: 16.2 m
  • Draft: 4.3 m
  • Propulsion: Diesel engines, 3,440 kW
  • Ice Class: LR PC6
  • Cruising Speed: 14 knots in open water

Deck Plan Magellan

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Ocean Nova

 Ocean Nova, an expedition ship built in Denmark in 1992, serves as an exceptional vessel for Antarctic missions. Originally designed for Greenland’s icy waters, its sturdy construction and reinforced hull ensure suitability for Antarctic expeditions. Following a complete renovation in 2006 and subsequent yearly enhancements, Ocean Nova now accommodates 67 passengers on air excursions. The ship offers three types of comfortable accommodations: single, twin, and triple cabins, each equipped with standard amenities including picture windows, writing desks, heating systems, and private bathrooms. Onboard facilities feature a spacious dining area, bar, library, gym, and infirmary, alongside an observation lounge and presentation room. Seven Zodiac boats facilitate wildlife viewing and landings. Ocean Nova promises an immersive Antarctic experience with its blend of comfort, functionality, and exploration opportunities, making it an ideal choice for adventurous travelers seeking unforgettable polar adventures.

Tecnical Specifications

  • Passengers: 67 maximum on air-cruises
  • Expedition Staff & Crew: 46
  • Lifeboats: 2, fully enclosed, capacity of 110 (in addition to 4 life rafts, the capacity of 100)
  • Length: 73.0 m
  • Breadth: 11.0 m
  • Draft: 3.7 m
  • Propulsion: Diesel engines, 2,000-horsepower
  • Ice Class: 1B, EO (Hull Ice 1A)
  • Cruising Speed: 12 knots in open water

Deck Plans Ocean Nova

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Dates & Prices




$ 14,151.00

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Note: All prices are in US dollars, per person, and based on double occupancy. If you need extra services, please contact your expedition advisor.
*Domestic Air prices are estimated and may change due to cost variation by the airlines.

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Classic Antarctica Air Cruise (#159)

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