There has never been a better time to book a once-in-a-lifetime voyage than now!
Book the remaining category 1 cabins on a Classic Antarctica or Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands December departure and save 25% on the price of your journey. In addition, you can save even more - up to an extra $2,000 per cabin - when you refer a friend to share this incredible experience with you!
Refer a Friend to Antarctica, Save $1,000** Each When you refer friends to travel with you this December to Antarctica in another double cabin, both you and the person booking save an extra $1,000** per person - an additional savings of $2,000 per cabin.
Classic Antarctica November 27-December 10, 2012 | From $10,995
December 7-20, 2012 | From $8,245* (was $10,995)
This quintessential two-week program features the best of the Antarctic Peninsula: vast penguin colonies, frolicking marine mammals and majestic icebergs.
Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands December 17, 2012-January 5, 2013 | From $12,745* (was $16,995)
January 2-20, 2013 | From $16,995
This departure is a panorama of the Southern Ocean's best. In South Georgia, walk amid king penguins and focus on Sir Ernest Shackleton's explorations; on the Falklands, discover unspoiled wildlife habitats and the charming village of Stanley.
Join A&K's Arctic Adventure July 16-30, 2013 | From $11,995
If it is earth's North Pole that holds a magnetic power over you, then reserve your spot today on A&K's Arctic Cruise Adventure: Polar Bear Country. On this July 2013 journey, luxurious 'Le Boreal' cruises to Norway, Greenland and Iceland in search of rare polar bears, colossal icebergs and unique cultures. Or choose from A&K's full collection of 2013 luxury small group programs, now available.
The Best Way to Cruise Today: 'Le Boreal'
An A&K journey to Antarctica or the Arctic offers an opportunity to experience the best: the finest expedition staff, most comprehensive itineraries, and the safest and most comfortable voyage, courtesy of the luxurious all-balcony cruise ship, 'Le Boreal.'