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6 Cool Antarctic Cruises

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Whether you want to watch penguins with naturalists or scuba dive in icy waters, there’s an Antarctic cruise that’s right for you.
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The Lindblad–National Geographic Explorer, which hosted writer Chris Jones, carries only 148 passengers. The small size lets it reach some of Antarctica’s most remote places, and pro photographers are on board to help you capture the magic....
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Days on Abercrombie & Kent’s Le Boreal offer naturalist-led outings—you’ll learn to tell a macaroni penguin from an Adélie—while nights bring time to relax on your private balcony. Twelve-day cruises from $12,495. This appeared in the...
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Want to camp on a glacier or retrace Shackleton’s route on snowshoes? Jacada Travel tailors trips to your interests. Ten-day cruises from $9,800. This appeared in the August/September 2014 issue.
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Quark Expeditions leads trips with adventure options that range from mild (cross-country skiing) to wild (mountaineering). Twelve-day cruises from $5,595. This appeared in the August/September 2014 issue.
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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ 175-passenger Hanseatic has the bells and whistles of a five-star hotel: a low staff-to-guest ratio, spacious cabins with ocean views, and perks such as butler service. Eighteen-day trips from $13,700. This appeared in the...
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On Seabourn’s 458-passenger Quest, travelers can prep for the day with a yoga class, then, come evening, wind down with a soak in their full-size tub or a Swedish massage in the spa. Twenty-one-day cruises from $10,999. This appeared in the...