Aurora Expeditions has announced its 2023/2024 Antarctica season and 2023 Arctic and British Isles voyages.
The line’s new Antarctica season features departures across Greg Mortimer and Sylvia Earle – the line’s new ship, which will make its debut voyage on the Subantarctic Safari voyage, departing 4 November this year.
There are six new Antarctica itineraries on offer, including the Antarctic Explorer Express sailing, a Complete Northwest Passage voyage, and the 15-day Antarctic Peninsula in Depth, among others.
Aurora’s 2023 Arctic and British Isles voyages will feature five new itineraries, such as the Svalbard in Depth voyage, a 15-day Iceland, Jan Mayen, Svalbard cruise, as well as the 17-day Ireland & Scotland Discovery itinerary.
Aurora Expeditions offering new ways to explore
Aurora Expeditions chief marketing officer Hayley Peacock-Gower said: “We are thrilled to launch our new Antarctica season, where we have continued to build on our pioneering heritage in exploring this region.
“Alongside our well-loved classic itineraries, we have continued to innovate and offer new and varied ways for our expeditioners to discover this awe-inspiring destination, whether it be via our numerous fly-sail options, voyages ranging from nine to 24 days, or the introduction of new itinerary combinations that are not offered by other operators in the market.
“In the Arctic and British Isles, Aurora Expeditions’ expeditioners are also being given a wealth of new wild and remote voyages to choose from, all sailing on our brand-new vessel, Sylvia Earle.”
Peacock-Gower added: “We look forward to bringing out the adventurer in each of our expeditioners across our upcoming voyages, with our expedition team helping to push their boundaries and inspiring deeper exploration, understanding and connection to some of the most important and awe-inspiring locations within the natural world.”