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Adventures Afloat: Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctic Islands

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Program #21169RJ
24 Days | 23 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Active
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
Moderately ChallengingFor hardy explorers who enjoy a good physical challenge, spending most of their days on the go.
ChallengingGet ready to keep up with our highest-energy group. These demanding — and rewarding — programs are for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts.
Equipment Requirements
You may have read previous information for this program implying it is possible to rent gear in Ushuaia prior to departing. This information was incorrect. You must bring winter gear to this program, with the exception of waterproof boots and a parka which will be provided by the ship. Parkas are being provided by G Adventures to all passengers on this program. In order to receive your parka you must notify your program provider of your parka size. You may do so by calling 866-359-5966 or by emailing your size to programinfo@roadscholar.org . To make sure you receive the perfect sized parka, please refer to the sizing sheet at the back of this packet. The deadline for submitting parka information is August 1, 2013. If Road Scholar does not receive a parka size for you, you will not receive a parka on board the ship. Waterproof boots are provided on board for Men's USA size 8-14 Women's USA size 3-9

Itinerary for Oct 16 — Nov 8, 2013

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Day One: Wednesday, October 16 - Depart US for flights to Buenos Aires
In Transit: In Flight

Type: Hotel

Description: Located in a strategic area, near the emblematic Obelisco, Corrientes Avenue, the financial district, the trendy Puerto Madero, the Bohemian San Telmo, La Boca, Caminito, and the mythical Bombonera, Boca Juniors' famous Stadium.

Ship Information: N/A

Contact info:
D. Tacuari 243
Buenos Aires, NA Argentina
phone: +54 11 5861-5010
web: www.hotelbocajuniors.com

Room amenities: A/C, TV, phone, broad band internet, laundry service, hair dryer, coffee maker, DVD/CD player. Spa and health club access.

Facility amenities: Indoor swimming pool, wi-fi internet access, fitness center, spa, breakfast included.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check in time: 3:00 PM


Day Two: Thursday, October 17 - Arrivals / Buenos Aires
Arrive To: Arrive in Buenos Aires. Transfer to the program hotel. Morning and afternoon at leisure to rest or explore Buenos Aires.

Lunch: Join the group for lunch in Buenos Aires.

Dinner: Join your study leader for the program orientation, followed by a welcome dinner at the program hotel

Lodging: Hotel Boca Juniors

Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Three: Friday, October 18 - Buenos Aires / Embark the MS Expedition
Note: While it is our intention to adhere to the itinerary described below, there is a certain amount of flexibility built into the itinerary and on occasion it may be necessary, or desirable to make alterations. On the first day on board, the Expedition Leader will give you an expedition overview.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Join your group leader for an exploration of Buenos Aires. Get acquainted with Buenos Aires via the city's major neighborhoods and attractions. Points of interest include the Main Square, Plaza de Mayo, surrounded by the Casa Rosada (Presidential Headquarters Office), the Cabildo (Colonial Town Hall) and the Cathedral.

Lunch: Lunch on your own to experience the local flavors

Afternoon: After lunch, transfer to the port and board the MS Expedition.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship.

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Four: Saturday, October 19 - At Sea
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Days at sea will be filled with a fascinating and entertaining educational program presented by the expert expedition team. Lectures and presentations on the history, anthropology, flora and fauna of the region will be interspersed with seminars on painting, photography, and South African wine tastings. The Expedition has ample public space in the lounge and library, and you can always join new friends in the ship's popular pub. Alternatively, spend time relaxing on the ship's deck or scanning the horizon with binoculars and camera in search of seabirds and marine life. As always, high end dining experiences will be enjoyed in the ship's dining room.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Educational programming continues on board the ship

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Five: Sunday, October 20 - At Sea
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: The educational program will continue with lectures and presenations from the on board crew as you make your way toward the Falkland Islands.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Educational programming continues on board the ship

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Six: Monday, October 21 - At Sea
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Enjoy the educational programming on board as you continue sailing towards the Falkland Islands.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue sailing towards the Falkland Islands. Your study leader will be among the ships lecturers on some days.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Seven: Tuesday, October 22 - The Falkland Islands
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: The Falkland Islands provide a rare opportunity to witness the biological diversity and extraordinary scenery of the southern islands. Nesting Albatross, penguins and elephant seals are abundant. Port Stanley provides an opportunity to meet the hardy local inhabitants whose colourful houses provide contrast to the long dark winters. The islands consist of 700 small and mostly uninhabited islands and 2 main islands- East and West Falklands. Located 490km east of Patagonia, the Falklands have always been a land of hot debate. Officially discovered on August 14, 1592 by John Davis, they remained uninhabited until 1764 when the French built a garrison at Port Louis, disregarding the Spanish claim to the islands. From that moment there have been many disputes between Spain, France, Great Britain and Argentina over the following 200 years until the end of the Falkland War between Great Britain and Argentina in 1982. This resolution brought the islands firmly under British control. Now with a human population of only 2,491, the islands are the first stop in your journey. Here, hope to catch your first glimpses of penguins, including the Magellanic, rockhopper, gentoo and king penguins. With a little luck it is possible to see elephant seals, sea lions, king cormorants, black-browed albatross, skuas, night herons, giant petrels, striated caracaras and of course, sheep.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue exploring the Falkland Islands

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Eight: Wednesday, October 23 - Falkland Islands
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Continue exploring the Falkland Islands with your study leader and the expedition staff. Mingle with fellow travellers, both Road Scholar and non-Road Scholar.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue exploring the Falkland Islands

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Nine: Thursday, October 24 - At Sea- the Great Southern Ocean
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Sailing east now, set course for South Georgia Island. Days at sea will be filled with lectures to prepare for South Georgia. Enjoy plenty of time on deck to identify the abundant sea birds of the south ocean. Keep your eyes peeled for the whales that inhabit these waters.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: The educational program will continue with lectures and presentations from the on board crew. On deck, continue to keep your eye out for whales and sea birds.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Ten: Friday, October 25 - At Sea- the Great Southern Ocean
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Continue to sail towards South Georgia on the Southern Ocean.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: The educational programming continues on board as the ship sails towards South Georgia island. Continue to watch for sea birds and whales from deck or relax on board.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Eleven: Saturday, October 26 - South Georgia Island
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: South Georgia Island is home to many marvels including Shackleton's grave, former whaling stations, incredible scenery and prolific wildlife. Weather permitting enjoy 3 full days to explore this island. A huge colony of king penguins is the highlight of this part of the journey. On nearby islands try to spot wandering albatross in their nesting grounds. Known for its brutal whaling and exploratory history, this 170 km long and 40 km wide island is considered the gateway to Antarctica and was the center of the huge Southern Ocean whaling industry from 1904 to 1966. The famous captain James Cook was the first to land on South Georgia on January 17, 1775 and named the island after King George III. During the 62 years of whaling activities, any number between 183 whales the first year and the record 7825 whales in 1925-1926 season were killed annually for their oil. Whales weren't the only animals hunted for their oil at that time. A total of 498,870 seals - mostly giant elephant seals- were also slaughtered. Since the end of whaling activities 40 years ago, wildlife has slowly returned to the island.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue exploring South Georgia Island

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Twelve: Sunday, October 27 - South Georgia Island
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Continue your exploration of South Georgia Island. Today the island's wildlife is extraordinary, not only in it's variety but also in its sheer abundance. South Georgia is home to roughly 300,000 elephant seals, 3 million fur seals, and 25 species of breeding birds, including wandering albatrosses. The gravel beach at St. Andrews Bay has a king penguin rookery of 100,000 penguins strong. The British explorer Sir Ernest H. Shackleton and his crew landed at King Haakon Bay on the southwest coast after the 800-mile journey in a 20-foot open boat from Elephant Island. They proceeded to hike the ice covered mountainous terrain, arriving to Stromness whaling station on May 20, 1916. Shackleton returned to South Georgia in 1922 for one last assault on Antarctica but passed away after suffering a major heart attack while in his cabin. He was buried at the whaler's cemetary at Grytviken station at the request of his wife.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue your 3 day exploration of South Georgia Island.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Thirteen: Monday, October 28 - South Georgia Island
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Continue exploring the many extraordinary cultural and natural facets of South Georgia Island.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue your exploration of South Georgia Island.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Fourteen: Tuesday, October 29 - South Georgia Island
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Explore the beautiful South Georgia Island.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue exploring South Georgia Island

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Fifteen: Wednesday, October 30 - At Sea
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Turn south and sail for two days, retracing Shackleton's route backwards as you head towards Elephant Island and Antarctica.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue sailing towards Antarctica.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Sixteen: Thursday, October 31 - At Sea
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: The educational programming continues on board as you sail towards Antarctica. Watch for whales and sea birds from the deck, or relax on board.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Enjoy expert lectures on board as you sail towards Antarctica.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Seventeen: Friday, November 01 - Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship.

Morning: Savor your chance to explore and step foot on the Great White Continent! Over the next 6 days, continue to navigate southwards making stops in the South Shetland Islands then through the Bransfield Strait and to the Antarctic Peninsula. The ship will attempt 2 excursions per day while you navigate through the are, though the itinerary and daily schedule will be based on the local weather and ice conditions that we encounter.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue exploring the Antarctic Peninsula and the South Shetland Islands.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Eighteen: Saturday, November 02 - Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Continue your exploration of the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands. All excursions are mixed with Road Scholars and other passengers.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Antarctic expedition continues.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Nineteen: Sunday, November 03 - Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Continue to explore the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands. Mingle with other passengers and Road Scholar participants as you embark on this expedition.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: The Antarctic expedition goes on. Your expert guides will help identify unique geography, and wildlife in this frozen land.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Twenty: Monday, November 04 - Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Join the staff and other passengers in a continuation of the Antarctic expedition.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: This is your last day in Antarctica before continuing on through the windy Drake Passage.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Twenty One: Tuesday, November 05 - At Sea- the Drake Passage
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Today, start the 400 mile crossing of the passage that bears the name of the 16th-century English explorer Sir Francis Drake. The MS Expedition is at home in this part of the Southern Ocean, known for the unimpeded never ending fetch of the winds that encircle the Antarctic. At some point on the second day cross the Antarctic Convergence, a meeting of cold polar water flowing north and warmer sub-antarctic water moving in the opposite direction. It is the largest biological barrier on earth and is marked by a change in temperature, salinity and nutrient levels. The north flowing Antarctic waters predominantly sink beneath southward moving sub-antarctic waters. While further south, associated areas of mixing and upwelling waters have created an ocean very high in marine productivity. In passing this zone, you will have entered the most nutrient-rich waters on earth- the Southern Ocean.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Continue sailing the Drake Passage. The educational programming on board will take place during days at sea. Your study leader will be among the speakers giving presentations to the whole ship.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship.

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Cruise Ship

Description: The M/S Expedition provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Completely refurbished in 2009, she boasts spacious cabins, each featuring ocean-facing windows or portholes and private en-suite facilities. Large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views of the distinctive landscapes of some of the world's most remote regions.

Ship Information: Built: Helsingr Skibsvaerft, Denmark, 1972 Ice Class: Swedish/Finnish 1B Length: 105m (345ft) Breadth: 18.6m (61ft) Max Draft: 4.7m (15ft) Gross Tonnage: 6334 GRT Cruising Speed: 14.5 knots Stabilizers: Fins, Type Brown/AEG Max Group Size: 132 (Max Passenger Capacity: 140) Crew: 55

Contact info:
19 Charlotte Street
Toronto, ON M5V 2H5 Canada
phone: 416-260-0999
Facility amenities: 360° Observation Deck All cabins with private ensuite and outside views Raised Canada Goose Observation Deck Fleet of 14 zodiacs with four stroke engines Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise Complimentary destination guides for every passenger Large headed mud room Lonely Planet Library Discovery Lounge Fine dining- international cuisine in one sitting Large aft-deck with barbeque facilities Polar Bear Club Gift Shop Medical Clinic Sauna Computer room with internet where available Gym Mobile phones for rent

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Twenty Two: Wednesday, November 06 - At Sea- Drake Passage
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Continue crossing the Drake Passage. Wandering Black-browed and Light-mantled Sooty Albatross, Prion's and Cap Petrals are among the species of seabirds that may join you on your journey into Antarctica.

Lunch: Lunch on board the ship

Afternoon: Participate in the onboard educational programming as you cross the Drake Passage.

Dinner: Dinner on board the ship

Lodging: M/S Expedition

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Twenty Three: Thursday, November 07 - Depart Ushuaia
Breakfast: Breakfast on board the ship

Morning: Disembark the ship and transfer to the airport for flights returning to North America

Meals Included: Breakfast
Day Twenty Four: Friday, November 08 - Arrivals back to North America.
Arrive To: Flights from Ushuaia to North America are overnight flights. Arrive back to North America.


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