Antarctic Peninsula (Antarctica)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
Arctic - Antarctica

Locode
05865

Coordinates
-63.35054 S, -57.61511 W

  Port Map

The Antarctic Peninsula is Antarctica mainland's northernmost part, located at the base of Southern Hemisphere. It is the largest, most prominent peninsula in Antarctica, extending 800 ml (1300 km) from a line between Cape Adams in Weddell Sea and a point on mainland located south of Eklund Islands. Under the ice sheet covering it, the Antarctic Peninsula consists of bedrock islands, separated by deep channels. The bottoms of these channels lie at depths substantially below current sea level and are joined by grounded ice sheet. South America's southernmost tip, Tierra del Fuego, lies just about 620 ml (1000 km) away across Drake Passage.Antarctic Peninsula map

The Antarctic Peninsula is dotted with research stations. This territory is part of disputed claims by the UK, Argentina and Chile. None of the claims, however, has international recognition. Under the Antarctic Treaty System, respective countries don't attempt to enforce their claims. Argentina has the most personnel and bases stationed on the Antarctic Peninsula. Tourism to this destination started in the 1950s and most ship-based tourists depart from Ushuaia, Argentina.


Highlights: Brown Bluff, Hope Bay, Tabarin Peninsula, Errera Channel

The Antarctic Peninsula cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica.

If you lose the Antarctic Peninsula location on the map, simply reload the page (also with F5 button). This feature is integrated with the CruiseMapper's cruise ship tracker tracking the vessels' current positions at sea and in ports.

Port Antarctic Peninsula cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

Day Ships in port
Wednesday
1 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 23:00 - departing at 23:00)
Thursday
2 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 23:00 - departing at 23:00)
Friday
3 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 23:00 - departing at 23:00)
Saturday
4 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 23:00 - departing at 23:00)
Monday
13 November, 2017
Ocean Endeavour(arriving at 13 Nov - departing at 13 Nov)
Tuesday
14 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 14 Nov - departing at 14 Nov)
Wednesday
15 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 15 Nov - departing at 15 Nov)
Thursday
16 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 16 Nov - departing at 16 Nov)
Friday
17 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 17 Nov - departing at 17 Nov)
Saturday
18 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 18 Nov - departing at 18 Nov)
Wednesday
22 November, 2017
National Geographic Explorer(arriving at 22 Nov - departing at 22 Nov)
Ocean Endeavour(arriving at 22 Nov - departing at 22 Nov)
Thursday
23 November, 2017
National Geographic Explorer(arriving at 23 Nov - departing at 23 Nov)
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 23 Nov - departing at 23 Nov)
Friday
24 November, 2017
National Geographic Explorer(arriving at 24 Nov - departing at 24 Nov)
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 24 Nov - departing at 24 Nov)
Ocean Adventurer(arriving at 24 Nov - departing at 24 Nov)
Saturday
25 November, 2017
Island Sky(arriving at 25 Nov - departing at 25 Nov)
National Geographic Explorer(arriving at 25 Nov - departing at 25 Nov)
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 25 Nov - departing at 25 Nov)
Ocean Adventurer(arriving at 25 Nov - departing at 25 Nov)
Sunday
26 November, 2017
Island Sky(arriving at 26 Nov - departing at 26 Nov)
National Geographic Explorer(arriving at 26 Nov - departing at 26 Nov)
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 26 Nov - departing at 26 Nov)
Monday
27 November, 2017
Island Sky(arriving at 27 Nov - departing at 27 Nov)
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 27 Nov - departing at 27 Nov)
National Geographic Explorer(arriving at 27 Nov - departing at 27 Nov)
National Geographic Orion(arriving at 27 Nov - departing at 27 Nov)
Tuesday
28 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 28 Nov - departing at 28 Nov)
Wednesday
29 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 29 Nov - departing at 29 Nov)
Thursday
30 November, 2017
MS Midnatsol(arriving at 30 Nov - departing at 30 Nov)
2017 November