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Seabourn Venture to chart Antarctica in 2022/23, then go deep into the Amazon

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Seabourn Venture's itineraries include 10- to 21-day Antarctic and Amazon expeditions, with extended voyage options available up to 30 days
Seabourn Venture will explore Antarctica from November 2022 through February 2023 and then travel deep into the Amazon, all the way to Peru.

These new itineraries include 10- to 21-day Antarctic and Amazon expeditions, with extended voyage options available up to 30 days.

Seabourn expedition itineraries come alive with a world-class on-board expedition team of 26 wilderness experts, scientists, historians and naturalists. They're also part of the Seabourn Conversations program, providing in-depth insights into the history, ecology and culture of the places visited.

Chilean Fjords, Antarctica, South Georgia and Falkland Islands

From November 2022 through February 2023, Seabourn Venture will visit Chile's fjords and glaciers, sail to Antarctica and cross back to explore South Georgia and the Falkland Islands.

The ship will offer nine voyages of 10 to 21 days that feature multiple daily Zodiacs landings and Zodiac cruises along the Antarctic Peninsula. Optional excursions include kayaking and using the ship’s submarines.

Two of the Antarctic voyages also include visits to remote, wildlife-rich South Georgia and the Falkland Islands.

Falkland Islands

Depending on weather and the most favorable anchorage positions, Seabourn Venture may call at Saunders Island, the site of Port Egmont, established in 1765 as the first British settlement in the Falklands; Steeple Jason Island, a nature reserve including the world’s largest colony of black-browed albatrosses; West Point Island, where travelers can meet the Napiers, the island’s only occupants, and visit rockhopper penguins; and New Island, one of the most remote of the inhabited islands, which supports some of the largest concentrations and diversity of wildlife in the archipelago.

Brazil and the Amazon

In March and April 2023, Seabourn Venture will operate four 10- to 12-day expeditions to Brazil and the Amazon. The ship will visit cities on the coast of Brazil and sail into the heart of South America on the great river where travelers can explore in Zodiacs and visit ancient sites and indigenous villages.

The voyages traverse three major regions. 'Flooded Forests and Blackwater Tributaries' sails from Manaus, Brazil, to Rio Jutaí, 'The Frontier Amazon' from Rio Jutaí to Leticia, Colombia, 'The Seaport in the Jungle' from Leticia to Iquitos, Peru.

Back-to-back cruises are available for a voyage lasting up to 22 days.

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