Antarctica - Crossing the Circle on World Navigator
It may take a moment to believe you’re really boots-on-the-ground in Antarctica for exploration without inhibitions. After braving the Drake Passage, you are rewarded with all the extraordinary wildlife The White Continent has to offer. Hang out with the six types of penguins that congregate on the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands. And get closer than you thought possible to Humpback, Minke or Southern Right whales.
World Navigator was conceived with the sensibilities of an explorer — one who believes the world is best experienced up close, while still leaving the destination untouched. Launching in 2021, this vessel realizes the possibilities of environmental stewardship with a propeller-less hybrid propulsion system and anchor-less positioning, both designed to leave the marine environment undisturbed.
This is how you can best enjoy the world and protect it for others. And as the expedition-style World Navigator quietly nestles into the amazing, remote and rugged locations on your itinerary, you’ll wonder why anyone would roam any other way.
|1||Ushuaia, Argentina||6:00 PM|
|2||Drake Passage Navigation|
|3||Drake Passage Navigation|
|4||South Shetland Islands, Antarctica||6:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|5||Antarctic Peninsula - Captain's Choice|
|6||Antarctic Peninsula - Captain's Choice|
|7||Crossing Antarctic Circle|
|8||Antarctica Peninsula - Captain's Choice|
|9||Antarctica Peninsula - Captain's Choice|
|10||Antarctica Peninsula - Captain's Choice|
|11||Drake Passage Navigation|
|12||Navigating Cape Horn, Chile|
|13||Ushuaia, Argentina||8:00 AM|