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Emblematic Antarctica on Le Boreal

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In partnership with Le Cercle Polaire, as part of the Women at the Poles operation with featured guest Laurent Mayet.

If there is one place on the globe that fires the imagination of travellers and arouses in them an instant thirst for adventure, it is the immaculate and faraway lands of the White Continent. Inhabited by a surprising endemic fauna, the Antarctic will welcome you during an 11-day expedition cruise.

At the border between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans, you will enter Drake Passage. At the roaring fifties and the screaming sixties, the wind blows and the waves beat against the stern of the ship. In the sky, cape petrels lead you toward their realm until you reach the first of the continent’s lands.

Ice is there in all its forms. The mountainous landscapes open up to give way to huge calving glaciers, tabular icebergs drift in the middle of the Southern Ocean, and the sea ice shimmers in the distance. On board, the naturalists share with you the secrets of this unique ecosystem. As you near the shores, the first penguins appear. GentooAdeliechinstrap: these surprising birds, emblematic of the Antarctic, share their beaches with leopardcrabeater and Weddell seals. During an outing on land or at sea, in a zodiac dinghy or a kayak, you will move through a stunning scenery bathed in polar light.

We are privileged guests in these extreme lands where we are at the mercy of weather and ice conditions. Landings on certain sites and the observation of certain wildlife cannot be guaranteed. They vary from day to day, making each PONANT cruise a unique experience. The Captain and the Expedition Leader will make every effort to ensure that your experience is as rich as possible, while complying with the safety rules and instructions imposed by the IAATO. 

Interests
  • Expedition Cruises
  • Luxury
About Le Boreal
About Ponant
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PONANT is the World Leader in Luxury Expeditions with ultra-modern, intimate ships, offering attentive service and well-designed itineraries that touch all corners of the globe. Every cruise is a blend of adventure, exploration, and discovery—all experienced in luxurious comfort, even in the heart of extreme landscapes.


Why cruise with PONANT?

• 12 luxury small ships, able to easily navigate small waterways and visit remote destinations not accessible by large cruise ships.

Le Commandant Charcot, the world’s first luxury hybrid-electric polar exploration yacht, sails further into the polar regions (including the Geographic North Pole).

• The youngest expedition fleet afloat.

• The leader in luxury polar expeditions for over 20 years and cultural cruising for over 30 years.

• Over 400 awe-inspiring cruises, calling at over 450 ports on all seven continents.

• Experts on board our voyages of discovery and learning to enrich guests’ understanding of the destinations.

• An exclusive partnership with Smithsonian Journeys, the the travel program of the Smithsonian Institution.

• Understated elegance on board with French-inspired cuisine, fine wines, and chic design.

• Proud to partner with Sothys, Veuve Clicquot, and Ducasse Conseil. Ships feature fabrics by Pierre Frey, beauty products from Hermès, macarons by Ladurée, and tea from Palais des Thés.

• 100% of our staterooms have a sea view and 95% have a balcony (100% on the PONANT EXPLORERS).

• Attentive yet discreet service from an experienced, multilingual onboard staff and crew.

• Open bridge access (requires approval from Captain).

• “Clean Ship” certification for the fleet in recognition of their eco-friendly features.

• All-inclusive pricing with open bar, gratuities, port fees, and taxes (including Zodiac explorations/landings on expeditions).

• The world’s first underwater passenger lounge, the Blue Eye, featured exclusively on the PONANT EXPLORER ships.



Nov 21, 2025 through
Dec 01, 2025
Nov 17, 2025 7:00 PM
10 Nights from
$10,740.00 (USD)
Per Person
+ $590.00 taxes/fees
Superior Stateroom Cat.SP3
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Itinerary

Day Port Arrive Depart
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
4 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
1 Ushuaia 6:00 PM
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
11 Ushuaia
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
4 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
4 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
5 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
7 Antarctic Peninsula
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
8 Antarctic Peninsula
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
11 Ushuaia
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
4 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
7 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
6 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
11 Ushuaia
8 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
11 Ushuaia
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
4 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
4 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
11 Ushuaia
11 Ushuaia
11 Ushuaia
2 Crossing The Drake Passage
3 Crossing The Drake Passage
4 Antarctic Peninsula
5 Antarctic Peninsula
6 Antarctic Peninsula
7 Antarctic Peninsula
8 Antarctic Peninsula
9 Crossing The Drake Passage
10 Crossing The Drake Passage
11 Ushuaia
Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.