Antarctica Cruises From Oceania (New Zealand Or Australia)

Embark on an epic, once-in-a-lifetime expedition from Oceania to Antarctica with these Antarctica cruises, tours & trips either from New Zealand or from Hobart, Australia.

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Jonathan Shackleton onboard
The Explorers Club

Scott & Shackleton's Antarctic - Ross Sea Expedition

22 Day / 21 Night
Embarkation: Dunedin
Ship: Le Soléal
Dates: Jan 26, Feb 16
$ 28,952 - $ 71,670 Per Person

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