Our new small expedition ship, the Sylvia Earle, is designed for discovery and action-packed adventures in Antarctica, the Arctic & Beyond. To celebrate her launch in December 2022, we’re giving away a Canon camera and lens package valued at over $2,500, to help you capture the action on your next adventure. Three lucky runners up will also receive the latest GoPro Hero 10.
To enter the draw, simply tell us in 25 words or less which Sylvia Earle expedition you want to go on and why*. Entries close at 5pm AEST on 31 August, 2022.
Carrying an average of 132 passengers, the Sylvia Earle is a comfortable base camp for unforgettable adventures. Smaller ships mean we are able to get you off the ship more to maximise your time in the natural world. Our experienced guides will help you capture all of the action in some of the wildest and most remote destinations on earth with our unique activity program that includes sea kayaking, snorkelling, SCUBA diving, photography and much more.
But the action doesn’t stop there! The Sylvia Earle is also a floating ambassador for the planet, named after Dr. Sylvia Earle and honouring six other pioneering women in conservation. Certified as 100% Climate Neutral, she has a fully equipped Citizen Science Centre and Citizen Science programs to expand your knowledge and understanding of the places we visit. Our mission is to turn every passenger into a lifelong ambassador for the preservation and protection of the sacred places we explore.
*Terms & Conditions apply.
Spirit of Antarctica
Antarctic Peninsula | 12 Days
Embrace the spirit of polar exploration on this classic 12-day expedition to the coveted white continent. Sail across the famed Drake Passage and experience camping on the ice under pastel polar skies. Boasting the best conditions for landscape photography, this is the quintessential Antarctic voyage for budding photographers!
South Georgia & Antarctic Odyssey
Antarctic Peninsula, South Georgia & Falkland~Malvinas | 19-21 Days
This voyage that starts from 19 days encompasses the best of the Antarctic Peninsula, the historical Falklands~Maldivas, and the enchanting wildlife haven of South Georgia. Experience walking along beached filled to the brim with king penguins and elephant and fur seals. Zodiac-cruise or kayak amid iridescent icebergs, keeping your eyes peeled for humpbacks, minkes and orcas, or explore Antarctica’s secret underwater world by going snorkelling!
Across the Antarctic Circle
Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctic Circle | 12-15 Days
Earn the bragging rights that come with crossing the Antarctic Circle and entering a different world that few get to see on this voyage that starts from 12 days. This flexible itinerary allows us to make the most of local conditions to explore by Zodiac or kayak, in the hopes of seeing feeding whales and other marine wildlife racing to fatten up for winter. Visit penguin rookeries, seal haulouts, historical sites and spectacular viewpoints on this bucket-list voyage.
Antarctic Peninsula | 11-12 Days
Experience the awe-inspiring immensity of the Antarctica Peninsula on this 11-12 day voyage. Immerse yourself in an unimaginably beautiful ice-covered world filled with vast glaciers tumbling into the sea, soaring peaks and teeming with wildlife including penguins and whales. Reduce your time on the high seas by flying at least one way across the Drake Passage.
Antarctic Peninsula & Weddell Sea | 12-14 Days
Embark on a true Antarctic expedition as we not only explore the western side of the Antarctic Peninsula but also attempt to venture east towards the Weddell Sea, famed for its tabular icebergs and year-round sea ice. Be awed by diverse wildlife and learn about the fossil-rich volcanic islands from our onboard paleontologist on this 12-14 day voyage.
Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctic Circle, South Georgia, Falkland~Malvinas | 23 Days
Experience unparalleled adventure and discovery on this ultimate 23-day Antarctic voyage. Visit the Subantarctic Islands, rich with human history and unique wildlife, before venturing into the deep south of the Antarctic Peninsula, crossing the coveted Antarctic Circle. This voyage has it all: ample opportunities to Zodiac-cruise or kayak in vast ice-covered landscapes, visits to lively penguin colonies, whale watching, fascinating tales of past explorers, and the opportunity to join a privileged group of adventurers to cross 66° 33’ south.