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Ushuaia Antarctica Cruise
M/V Ushuaia Antarctica Cruise
Originally built and used as a research vessel research, the Ushuaia has been refurbished to accommodate 88 passengers in a range of cabin categories.
Led by an expedition team committed to continued research and protection of the beauty of Antarctica, your Antarctic program will include a full range of study lectures, zodiac landings and visits to research bases so you will not just love Antarctica, you will learn as much about it as possible.
The Ushuaia offers comfortable accommodation in outside facing cabins across their upper and lower decks in a choice of cabin and bedding categories.
Ushuaia Antarctica Cruise Deck Plan
The Ushuaia Antarctic Cruise ship is made up of four decks, the bridge (H), upper deck (G), main deck (F) and lower deck (E).
Your experience on the Ushuaia Antarctica Cruise
Antarctica is the coldest, windiest, driest and highest continent. Your exploration has the longest days and the biggest concentration of wildlife of any other.
Embarking at its namesake port in Argentina, you can explore the highlights of the Antarctic Peninsula and South Shetland Islands through twice daily landings, comfortable accommodation and in spacious public areas.
Ushuaia Antarctica Cruise Cabins
You can choose from 5 different cabin options onboard the M/V Ushuaia Antarctica cruise (with varied private or semi-private bathroom options.) All accommodation is either on the Upper Deck or Lower Deck.
The Suites located on the upper deck are outside cabins with windows and private bathroom. Bedding is on two lower berths and include a lounge, TV, DVD player and fridge. Suites can 2-4 passengers in a range of bedding configurations.
Superior Cabins are also found on the Upper deck and include twin lower berths and private facilities.
The Ushuaia’s Premier cabins are also twin lower birth cabins with private facilities found on the Upper Deck. This category also includes 2 single cabins with private facilities and portholes (view obstructed by lifeboats.)
The Standard Plus cabins are located on lower deck E. The twin share cabins with portholes or windows have private facilities and lower berths. The triple share Standard Plus cabins feature 3 lower berth beds and private facilities.
Standard cabins have semi-private facilities (bathroom shared between two cabins) and bunk style beds.
Two dedicated single cabins at special rates are available. Special rates for families apply for a child under 16.
Ice Strengthened Polar Vessel originally built for research and refurbished to accommodate passengers.
Includes accommodation, meals on board, activity and lecture program including zodiac rides.
Excludes flights and accommodation to or in Ushuaia, personal expenses and tips.
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