Antarctica is becoming one of the hottest cruise destinations and cruise lines are offering more voyages to the seventh continent than ever before.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is returning to Antarctica in 2022 for the first time in over 10 years. Seven Seas Voyager will sail a 19 night roundtrip cruise from Buenos Aires that will be the cruise line’s Journey to Antarctica trip.
Departing January 31, 2022, this sailing offers guests spectacular viewing over three days of some of the White Continent’s best-known sights and unique wildlife spanning seals, whales, penguins and seabirds – all from the balcony of their suite or one of the cruise ship’s panoramic viewing decks. Highlights include the majestic cliffs of Neumayer Channel, Paradise Bay’s icy landscapes, and the stunning marine life of Dallmann Bay.
To make the experience even more memorable, guests can also enjoy a free three-night Chilean Wonders and Wines pre-cruise land program, or a free three-night post-cruise land program in lively Buenos Aires.
The sailing is the luxury line’s first time to the region since 2011. Other notable destination returns include Seven Seas Mariner’s exploration of the Black Sea as part of its 12-night, Colossus to Parthenon sailing on June 20, 2021, and Seven Seas Voyager’s 22-night, Adventure in Africa sailing on October 30, 2021 which revisits the Seychelles, Mauritius and Réunion in the Indian Ocean.