Abercrombie & Kent Offer Antarctica, South Georgia and the Faulkland Islands Cruise


The MV 'Le Boreal' will be host to Abercrombie & Kent's Antarctica, South Georgia & the Faulkland Islands cruise taking place Dec. 2011. // (c) 2011 Abercrombie & Kent.

Abercrombie & Kent’s holiday cruise Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands takes place Dec. 17, 2011 – Jan. 5, 2012 aboard M/V ‘Le Boreal.’ Oscar-winning film maker Alan Root will be featured on the cruise, where he will share stories of his experiences filming wildlife documentaries and footage for Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey.

Young Explorers Program

To engage younger travellers, Abercrombie & Kent offers a program for young people that includes art, writing and reflection activities to help kids process this transformative experience. On sea days, workshops designed to inspire a passion for science include Marine Mammal Identification, Squid Biology, Charting the Ship’s Course, Fish of the Southern Ocean, Drawing Penguins, Nature Interpretation Through Art and a Plankton Lab. A photography coach helps students get the most out of their cameras, both onboard and on Zodiac cruises and shore excursions. Selected images will be featured in a scrapbook compiled by the kids during the voyage.

Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands

Sailing from Dec. 17, 2011- Jan. 5, 2012. Celebrate the holidays through a voyage to the White Continent. This journey includes a visit from Santa by Zodiac and a dedicated program for young explorers. Includes spacious two room and two bath suites with private balconies for families. Twenty days from $16,465 per person, double occupancy.

Travel as a family and children seven – 18 years old save 50 percent off the adult published price with one full-fare paying adult per cabin.

Visit www.abercrombiekent.com

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