Travel Industry Offer

Save 60% aboard Ocean Nova on an 8-day / 7-night Classic Antarctica Air-Cruise Expedition!

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Members of the Travel Industry:
Fly & Cruise to Antarctica!

Sail on the sturdy and nimble Ocean Nova on the Classic Antarctica air-cruise, our most popular Antarctic expedition itinerary.

Arrive to Antarctica by a 2-hour flight from Punta Arenas, Chile, while skipping the stormy Drake Passage. The expeditions will then explore the South Shetland Islands and the shores of the Antarctic Peninsula over five days, with daily shore landings, before flying back to Chile. Ice-filled fjords, spectacular icebergs, penguins, seals, and whales will be on display in the White Continent.

Complete the form below to request your participation. Act quickly! Space is limited, and opportunities are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.


Fly & Sail with Us

Since 2003, Antarctica21’s innovative approach to Antarctic air cruises has offered wilderness adventures that combine a 2-hour flight from Punta Arenas -in the Chilean Patagonia– to the Antarctic peninsula. Here, our expedition vessel awaits guests for an incredible journey with a comfortable, quick, and intimate travel experience packed with adventure.

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Testimonials

’’Expedition leader and staff more than exceeded my expectations – so qualified, intelligent, passionate and patient. By the end of our few days, they felt like old friends. I’ll really miss them and the environment they created for me and my family.’’

Lucy M. – Traveler from USA

Classic Antarctica Expedition, December 2021

Testimonials

‘’Hoping to return again in 2023-2025. Truly mesmerizing, absolute joy – life-changing experience.’’

Ryan B – Traveler from USA

Classic Antarctica Expedition, December 2021

Testimonials

‘’An outstanding experience made possible by everyone involved. Would and will recommend A21 to friends and family.’’

Kevin T. – Traveler from USA

Classic Antarctica Expedition, December 2021