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Cruises visiting Expedition to Peter I Island (Antarctica)


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You will then head for the legendary Peter I Island. Located 450 km away from the Atlantic coast, it was discovered in 1821 by the Russian explorer Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen, who named it in honour of the Russian tsar Peter the Great. In 1909, Captain Charcot sighted it for the first time from aboard the Pourquoi Pas ?, but was unable to land there: “In the parting mists, one or two miles away, an enormous black mass shrouded in clouds appears suddenly before us: it is Peter I Island.” Surrounded by pack ice and with about 95% of its surface covered by ice, this volcanic island, whose highest peak reaches 1,640 metres, is protected by ice cliffs some 40 metres tall, making any approach difficult.

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Ushuaia - Lyttelton
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Overnight in Santiago + flight Santiago/Ushuaia + transfers
28 nights on board
Dates:
15/01/2023 to the 13/02/2023
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Lyttelton - Ushuaia
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Transfer + flight Ushuaia/Santiago
26 nights on board
Dates:
14/02/2023 to the 12/03/2023
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Ushuaia - Lyttelton
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Overnight in Santiago + flight Santiago/Ushuaia + transfers
28 nights on board
Dates:
07/01/2024 to the 05/02/2024
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Lyttelton - Ushuaia
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Transfer + Flight Ushuaia/Santiago
26 nights on board
Dates:
06/02/2024 to the 03/03/2024
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