Scenic Cruises Antarctica 2022 itineraries with complimentary flights

   February 28, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Passengers sailing with the all-inclusive brand Scenic Cruises will enjoy unrivalled Antarctica exploration and once-in-a-lifetime experiences discovering areas previously inaccessible to the ordinary travellers onboard the World’s First Discovery Yacht, Scenic Eclipse.

In January, Scenic saw an 80% month-on-month increase in Antarctica bookings. Vacationers are choosing Scenic Eclipse for their trip, with the small vessel perfectly designed for an ultra-luxury expedition experience.

With just 200 passengers onboard, Scenic's Eclipse boasts the highest health and safety standards. Her world-class design allows for ice landings and opportunities to observe the wildlife. Guests can also make use of the onboard submarine and helicopter to explore areas of the continent that very few have seen.

Scenic Cruises is offering a complimentary one-way Business Class flight upgrade on select 2022 Antarctica itineraries available on all new bookings made between February 25-March 31, 2021.

Customers can also enjoy savings of up to 20% on selected Scenic Eclipse all-inclusive cruises. All bookings are covered by the line’s flexible booking policy, enabling passengers to defer their voyage to another travel date or itinerary up to 60 days before departure and come with Scenic Cruises' Deposit Protection Plan included.

Scenic Eclipse cruise ship

The Business Class flight upgrade and 20% savings apply to the following:

16-day Antarctica in Depth voyage featuring guided kayak and Zodiac tours, intimate wildlife viewing onboard submarine, and scenic helicopter flights. Daily discovery trips will see passengers step on islands to view penguin rookeries and seals, listen to the sounds of ice cracking and whales feeding, and get up close with impressive ice formations. Prices start from GBP 10,335 per person, based on January 6, 2022 departure.

23-day Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falkland Islands featuring staggering numbers of birds, seals, penguins, and whales, as they prepare for the migration north. Guests can visit king penguin colonies in South Georgia, wander the quaint streets of the Falklands, and discover the hidden coves of the Antarctic Peninsula, walk in the footsteps of Shackelton and visit his resting place. Prices start from GBP 17,730 per person based on January 17, 2022 departure.