Antarctica with Air Credit
03 Feb 2019 CRUISE + STAY: Enjoy Ultra Luxury to Antarctica with a $1000 Airfare Credit to help get you there!

  • Departs: Sunday, 3rd February 2019
  • Ship: Seabourn Quest
  • Cruise line: Seabourn
  • Special is valid from: 26th April 2018
  • Book by: 12th June 2018

Special Inclusions


* Intimate ships with no more than 300 suites
* Intuitive, gracious service
* Spacious, all-suite accommodations
* Open bars throughout the ship, and fine wines poured at lunch and dinner. Enjoy a carefree atmosphere, where no one has to pick up the tab.
* All dining venues are complimentary — dine where, when and with whom you wish
* Gourmet dining experiences that rival the finest restaurants anywhere
* Complimentary welcome champagne and in-suite bar stocked with your preferences. Soft drinks, beer and mineral water, complete glassware and your favorite wines or spirits are ready for your enjoyment or for entertaining.
* Tipping is neither required nor expected — service simply to delight you

Price includes:
2 nights pre cruise Buenos Aires including private transfers Airport - Hotel - Ship
21 night Ultra luxury cruise Buenos Aires to San Antonio (Santiago) onboard Seabourn Quest
Gourmet meals and entertainment onboard
2 nights post cruise Santiago including private transfers Ship - Hotel - Airport

* NZ$1000 per person towards your airfares#
* US$150 per person shipboard credit
* 50% Reduced deposit*
* Spacious suite accommodation
* Open bar throughout the ship including complimentary in suite mini bar
* Tipping is not required, nor expected

TERMS & CONDITIONS: YOUR PAYMENTS TO OUR WORLD ARE PROTECTED BY THE TAANZ BONDING. Prices include share twin/double accommodation (local taxes payable directly), & inclusions as specified. Cruise is based on categories as shown &
includes Port Taxes & Govt Fees. Price includes all discounts. #Airfare Credit is to a maximum of NZ$1000 per person, valid for 1st & 2nd person in suite only and must be booked with Our Cruise. Seats are limited & may not be available on every flight. Airfares will require full
prepayment, as may other services. If airfares are not required, airfare credit cannot be applied to cruise price. Air tickets will be non refundable, non transferable. *50% Reduced cruise deposit applies to the cruise fare portion only. Shipboard Credit is per suite. Must be booked by 12 June 2018 with airfares (if applicable) fully paid within 72 hours of confirmation. Prices are NZ dollars & subject to currency
fluctuations. Payment is by cash, eftpos or cheque only. QCard & credit card prices on application. Airfares & accommodation may not be available on all services & room/suite categories, capacity restrictions apply.Amendment & cancellation fees apply. Name changes not permitted. Prices correct as of 23 April 2018 & are subject to change without notification. Other conditions may apply.

Cruise Description

21 Night Cruise sailing from Buenos Aires to San Antonio aboard Seabourn Quest.

Seabourn Quest is the third iteration of the vessel design that has been called “a game-changer for the luxury segment.”

True to her Seabourn bloodlines, wherever she sails around the world, Seabourn Quest carries with her a bevy of award-winning dining venues that are comparable to the finest restaurants to be found anywhere. Under the guidance of celebrity chef Charlie Palmer, Seabourn Quest offers a variety of dining options to suit every taste and every mood, with never an extra charge. The Restaurant is the main dining venue on board, serving multi-course breakfasts, luncheons and dinners in an open-seating style amid a refined setting of gleaming white linens, polished alabaster walls, flowing sheer draperies and glittering crystal chandeliers. Menus reflect Chef Palmer’s insistence on fresh, high-quality ingredients, masterful preparation and appealing presentations. In a signature Seabourn salute to personalization, guests are invited to order from the Restaurant menu during extended service hours, and have their meal served in the privacy of their suites or on their verandas.

Located all the way aft on Deck 8, the Colonnade is a more casual, very popular indoor/outdoor option serving lavish station-style buffet breakfasts and lunches. Dinners in the Colonnade are regionally-themed menus prepared in the open kitchen and served at table. Restaurant 2 is an intimate setting where guests can enjoy innovative small-plates tasting menus nightly by reservation. The Patio Grill is a casual alternative offering poolside dining for luncheons and dinners, as well as freshly baked pizzas from its on-site oven all afternoon. Festive beach barbecues are frequent highlights on warm-water cruises, with lavish steak-and-seafood grills and Seabourn's Signature Caviar in the Surf event.

Highlights of this cruise:

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Founded in 1536, Buenos Aires was administered by a Spanish viceroy for nearly three centuries before winning its independence in 1816. A sleepy port town for most of that time, it wasn't until the turn of the 20th century that the city finally emerged as an important shipping center. Today, Argentina's democratically elected government has made it South America's safest (and most expensive) country. This cosmopolitan city is characterized by broad boulevards with huge shade trees, beautiful residential districts, plazas containing monuments and fountains, interspersed with 20th-century high-rise buildings. It is a truly great walking city.

Tucked in between Brazil and Argentina, the republic of Uruguay has nevertheless maintained its own identity and traditions. As South America's second smallest country, it has been called a city surrounded by a big ranch. Montevideo has also been referred to as "The Switzerland of South America," for its same secretive bank system guaranteed by law. Uruguay is principally middle class and boasts the most highly educated citizens on the continent.

Stanley/Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas
An archipelago of over 700 islands spread over 4,700 square miles lies about 300 miles east of the coast of Argentina. Its political affiliation is with the United Kingdom, and it is named the Falkland Islands, although this is disputed by Argentina, which calls the island group Islas Malvinas. The islands were the focus of a short, violent military confrontation between the two nations in 1982 which resulted in many lives lost. Most visitors come to the islands attracted by the severe beauty of the landscape and the unusual wildlife to be seen there, especially colonies of penguins. Port Stanley, the capital, is a plucky outpost supporting the hardy islanders who farm and fish and, lately, newcomers set on exploiting the recently discovered oil reserves offshore.

Antarctic Experience
From hundreds of possible landing sites, your experienced expedition team will select those that will provide you with the best experiences available, based on real-time reports of wildlife, weather and ice conditions.

Ushuaia, Argentina
The southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia is the capital of Argentine Tierra del Fuego and an important naval base boasting a strategic as well as a picturesque location on the shores of Ushuaia Bay and the Beagle Channel. This rustic coastal town is set among waterfalls, glaciers, snow-clad mountains and beech forests, and the nutrient-rich local waters abound with marine life. Though the houses here are painted warm, pastel colors, the weather is chilly year-round and winter sports such as downhill and cross-country skiing and skating are popular. Ushuaia's principal industries are raising sheep, logging, fishing and trapping. It became a boomtown with 30,000 residents in the late 1980's when the government sought to increase Argentina's presence near Antarctica by giving tax breaks to citizens who settled here.

Punta Arenas, Chile
Red roofs and smoking chimneys decorate the gently sloping hillsides of Punta Arenas (Sandy Point), the bustling center of one of the world's largest sheep farming areas. This pleasant community welcomes you with attractive parks and delightful Victorian architecture.

Castro, Isla Chiloe, Chile
The towns are largely built of abundant local woods, and many houses are elaborately shingled in intricate designs. Even the cathedral is a beautiful, vaulted structure crafted of local hardwoods. The forest and the sea are the source of livelihood and much more in this rustic outpost.

Puerto Montt, Chile
The lake country of southern Chile seems to be altogether another world from the deserts of the north. The Lake District is graced with spectacular scenery, including the magnificent snowcapped volcanic cone, Mt. Osorno. Puerto Montt serves as the principal port for this region and as a gateway for cruises southward into Chile's fjords.

Pricing (per person)

Cabin Price
NZ $21799

Pre-Cruise Itinerary

Date Activity
01/02 Arrive Buenos Aires. Transfer to your hotel. Overnight
02/02 Enjoy exploring Buenos Aires on your own. Overnight.
03/02 Transfer to port for embarkation

Cruise Itinerary

Date Activity Arrive Depart
03/02 Buenos Aires, Argentina 05:00 PM
04/02 Montevideo, Uruguay 07:00 AM 02:00 PM
05/02 At sea - -
06/02 At sea - -
07/02 Port Stanley, Falkland Islands 07:00 AM 03:00 PM
08/02 At sea - -
09/02 Antarctic Peninsula
10/02 Antarctic Peninsula
11/02 Antarctic Peninsula
12/02 Antarctic Peninsula
13/02 Antarctic Peninsula
14/02 Antarctic Peninsula
15/02 At sea - -
16/02 At sea - -
17/02 Ushuaia, Argentina 07:00 AM 01:00 PM
17/02 Beagle Channel Chile
18/02 At sea - -
19/02 Straits Of Magellan, Chile
20/02 Chilean Fjords
21/02 Castro, Chile 12:00 PM 08:00 PM
22/02 Puerto Montt, Chile 06:00 AM 03:00 PM
23/02 At sea - -
24/02 San Antonio (Santiago), Chile 07:00 AM

Post-Cruise Itinerary

Date Activity
24/02 Transfer to your hotel. Overnight.
25/02 Enjoy exploring Santiago on your own. Overnight.
26/02 Transfer to the airport for your flight
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.