Antarctica expedition cruises

G Expedition

The 'G Expedition' provides an intimate small-ship cruising experience. Cabins are spacious, with en-suite facilities and ocean-facing windows or portholes.

Class: Antarctic Category 1
Style: Polar expedition
Passengers: 134 maximum
Length: 344 ft
Cruising speed: 17 knots

Cabin prices: £, ££,

Introducing 'G Expedition'

Built for adventure but with speed, stability and safety in mind, G Expedition can hold up to 134 passengers. With a focus on safety, comfort and the unique demands of polar travel, a global Inmarsat satellite system has recently been installed.

The Expedition boasts large common areas and observation decks provide panoramic views. There is an excellent spacious mud room from where you change into waterproofs before embarking on a zodiac tour or kayaking/shore adventure. The mud room is warm so you hang your wet stuff here and have the option of a warm sauna; no traipsing back to your cabin in sopping wet clothes and boots. The next day you leave for your excursion in warm, dry clothes!

The Dining room is completely casual and it's all unreserved seating so passengers can sit wherever they want.


On board 'G Expedition'


G Expedition cabin Category 5 Suite

Category 5 Suite

Number of cabins of this type: 4

Bed configuration: queen bed

G Expedition cabin Category 4 Cabins

Category 4 Cabins

Number of cabins of this type:

Bed configuration: twin beds only

G Expedition cabin Category 3 Cabins

Category 3 Cabins

Number of cabins of this type:

Bed configuration: twin beds only

G Expedition cabin Category 2 Cabins

Category 2 Cabins

Number of cabins of this type:

Bed configuration: twin beds only

G Expedition cabin Category 1 Cabins

Category 1 Cabins

Number of cabins of this type:

Bed configuration: twin beds, plus upper bed

G Expedition cabin Category 1A Cabins

Category 1A Cabins

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Bed configuration: Single bunk beds


G Expedition deck Deck 2

Deck 2

(Deck level: 5)

G Expedition deck Deck 3

Deck 3

(Deck level: 4)

G Expedition deck Deck 4

Deck 4

(Deck level: 3)

G Expedition deck Deck 5

Deck 5

(Deck level: 2)

G Expedition deck Deck 6

Deck 6

(Deck level: 1)

Voyages in detail


Everyone visiting Antarctica and the South Atlantic must recognise the obvious: that conditions can intervene at short notice and a voyage's planned itinerary must be altered. Make sure you read 'A very important note on published itineraries' in 'How to choose an Antarctic cruise'.

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Some of the sites that may be visited

  • 360° Top Observation Deck
  • Raised forward observation deck
  • Large fleet of Zodiacs with four stroke engines
  • Complimentary Wellington Boots for duration of your cruise
  • Complimentary destination guides for every passenger
  • Large heated Mud Room
  • Lonely Planet Library
  • Discovery Lounge
  • Fine dining - international cuisine in one sitting
  • Large aft deck with barbeque facilities
  • Polar Bear Pub
  • Gift Shop
  • Medical Clinic
  • Sauna (off mud room)
  • Computer Room with internet where available
  • Gym

  • daily Zodiac excursions subject to prevailing weather conditions
  • Optional kayaking (at extra cost- must be pre-booked)
  • Optional camping (at extra cost- must be pre-booked)

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Other technical information

Ice Class 1B

This information has been provided by the boat operator and is subject to alteration

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Sailings for 'G Expedition'

Our prices

Prices are per person. The prices shown here are the current prices charged locally by each boat in their chosen currency. We charge our UK customers the equivalent price converted to British pounds at the current exchange rate. This helps keep prices low and protects you from currency fluctuations.

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Our prices should be the best available anywhere. If you find a better price elsewhere please let us know: we will certainly try to match or beat it.

Complete trips

An expedition cruise is only part of your complete trip. Discuss your ideas with us. Our well-travelled experts can arrange your international flights from the UK, and design all the other parts of your trip in Argentina, Chile or elsewhere to fit the exact dates of your cruise and the things you want to do, and to make the best use of your time and budget. There is no obligation until you are ready to go ahead.

Your financial protection

By booking your trip with us you also benefit from our 100% financial protection and the knowledge that if anything goes wrong, or your plans change, our friendly experienced and resourceful travel specialists are here to help you.

Special offers

Special offers are often available (some are very generous) but they may only be open for short periods. Contact us to find out which offers are available now.

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