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Bring high power binoculars or telephoto lens if you want to see wildlife and book land tours

Review for Sapphire Princess to Antarctica

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Philip Y
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We wanted to visit Antarctica but was dreading the Drake's passage as one of us is prone to seasickness. So we decided to go with a suite on bigger ship instead of a cabin on one of smaller expedition class ship, giving up the opportunity to land in Antarctica. We had some of the best experiences on this cruise and some of the worst. The best experiences: (1) We had close encounters with ...
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Sail Date: January 2023

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite with Balcony


Take an REAL expedition tour - NOT HAL to Antarctica

Review for Oosterdam to Antarctica

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txcruisersAK
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Our cruise of a lifetime to antarctica was a total waste of time and money. Hal couldn't have screwed up more if it really tried. i'll share just the highlights! our embarkation was a seven hour (two on a bus and five in the terminal) fiasco with ~ 5,000 people crammed into one room with five ships in port and then hal required all passengers to take a covid test on the third day! also, no ...
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Sail Date: December 2022

Cabin Type: Deluxe Ocean-View Verandah Stateroom


Life-Changing!

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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Winstonsbestmom
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

Best bucket trip, EVER! If you are going to invest in the money, invest in the time and do it right! There were 4 landings in the Falklands then docked at Stanley for the day. Took a day trip to Volunteer Point. Then 5 days in South Georgia where there are massive amounts of wildlife, old whaling stations and Shackleton’s grave. Then on to the icing of Antarctica. At times Caribbean like deep ...
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Sail Date: November 2022


Antarctica: The Ultimate Expedition

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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snowboardjunkie
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

I don't know where to start, I will just say this is the most amazing experience I have had in my life. The staff were knowledgeable, helpful and enthusiastic. The excursions were superb...except for the camping, I don't like camping normally but thought this would be different but the tents were small, noisy and our sleeping bag zip was stuck and camp loo was not awesome. If I didn't have to part ...
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Sail Date: February 2022


Trip of a lifetime

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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JoeyBiz
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Long wanting to travel to the Antarctic and with previous experience of Hurtigruten- it was a no-brainer! Staff were fantastic and very genuine. All seemed committed to ensuring our maximum safety and enjoyment. Even the engineering staff (who we rarely saw) were friendly and often remembered our names! Food onboard was fantastic and with wine and beer included what’s not to ...
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Sail Date: February 2022


The time of our lives!

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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Bujagirl
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We had wanted to go to Antarctica for years and after 42 years of childcare (our own 5 boys plus 59 foster childre), it was time to celebrate and just be the two of us! The cruise was a fantastic treat in every way. It was a huge adventure each day, exploring new places we had only dreamed about. The food was outstanding and varied, especially considering we were in the Antarctic! The ...
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Sail Date: February 2022


Flexibility and Vegan menu - sailing during a Pandemic

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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Jdkiwi
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

Fram 23 day cruise offered the opportunity for expeditions on the Antarctica Continent, South Georgia and the Falklands including the Chilean Fiords. This hit everything we wanted to see. However, due to having active Covid cases on board during our cruise, which was quickly quarantined and maintained, we were unable to go to the Falkland islands as they did not consider us a green ship at the ...
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Sail Date: January 2022


Unforgettable experience

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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ISRESA
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

Cruise to very remote areas in a very comfortable way. Everything well arranged and problemfree. Dedicated expedition team, not only competent, but also pushing strongly to give its guest the best experience. Trip of a lifetime. Quite large cabin with double bed and WC/shower. Clean and maintained twice a day. Internet Connection available at extra charge. Worked OK even in very remote areas. ...
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Sail Date: February 2020


Hurtigruten Ultimate Antarctica Expedition with South Georgia and the Falklands

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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srl49ers
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Antarctica/South Georgia was number one on my travel wish list (having recently checked off #'s 2 and 3... gorilla trekking and Papua New Guinea). I had been looking for more than a decade for an Antarctica cruise and found a great deal for this cruise a couple of months before departure. It was truly the trip of a lifetime (which is saying a great deal considering I've visited over 100 countries, ...
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Sail Date: February 2020


A life changing experience on an excellent ship

Review for Fram to Antarctica

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Jeremy_Retford
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

I have used Hurtigruten once before about 10 years ago (classic passage North) and enjoyed it. I chose this trip on the Fram based on that experience, reputation and price - but primarily the itinerary, which gave more time on South Georgia. Getting to Ushuaia and back was a bit of a faff, using their chartered LATAM aircraft, but it is hard to see a viable alternative. Once on the ship, I ...
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Sail Date: February 2020


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