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Falkland Islands & South Georgia to South Africa Cruise

  • Departure DateTue 1st Mar 2022
  • Crystal Cruises Crystal Endeavor
  • 19 Night Cruise From Ushuaia
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Itinerary

  • Ushuaia
  • Port Stanley
  • Tristan da Cunha
  • Nightingale Island
  • Gough Island
  • Cape Town

What's Included

  • Ultra-luxury accommodation in stylish staterooms
  • All gratuities for dining room and wait staff
  • Dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise
  • Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits & champagnes
  • Complimentary bottled water, custom coffees, soft drinks and juices
  • 24-hour In-suite Dining
  • 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and internet per person, per day
  • Butler-serviced suites and penthouses
  • Additional amenities for Suite guests including packing and unpacking, complimentary pressing, shoeshine, dinner reservations, salon and spa appointments, and arranging cocktail parties
  • Shuttle service to and from port communities, where available
  • Streamlined sales and booking processes; reduced deposits, admin fees and relaxed schedules for Early Payment Savings and cancellations
  • ABTA & ATOL Protection
  • All Port Taxes & Fees

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Day 1 - Ushuaia

Arrive: Tue 01 March 2022 / Depart: Tue 01 March 2022 at 18:00

Ushuaia, the world's southernmost town, lies on the triangular-shaped islandof Tierra del Fuego. While Ferdinand Magellan was exploring the straits between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in 1520, he was amazed by the smoke and fires which seemed to appear at every turn. These fires, which were kept continuously alight by the Yaghan and Ona Indians, became the inspiration for the name "Tierra del Fuego," Land of Fire.

Day 2 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 3 - Falkland Island Expedition

Day 4 - Port Stanley

Arrive: Fri 04 March 2022 / Depart: Fri 04 March 2022

The Falkland Islands are situated some 350 miles east of Tierra del Fuego, 1,000 miles north of Antarctica and, as the locals claim, a mere 8,000 miles from Britain. Port Stanley is home to the majority of the island's residents -1,990 out of a total population of 2,490. These 700 islands have long been of historical importance to scientists and seamen alike. Prior to the construction of the Panama Canal, they offered safe anchorage and provisions for sailing vessels as they headed around Cape Horn. Today, maritime interests center mostly on the British Royal Navy, fishing fleets from a variety of nations and scientific expeditions to Antarctica. In 1982, world attention was riveted on these islands when Argentine and British forces fought fiercely for the right to call them their own. A number of vessels, numerous aircraft, thousands of troops and many local residents were involved in the conflict. After heavy combat, the will of Britain, supported by the island people, prevailed and the Falkland Islands remain British to this day.

Day 5 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 6 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 7 - South Georgia Expedition

Day 8 - South Georgia Expedition

Day 9 - South Georgia Expedition

Day 10 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 11 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 12 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 13 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 14 - Tristan da Cunha

Arrive: Mon 14 March 2022 / Depart: Mon 14 March 2022

Day 15 - Nightingale Island

Arrive: Tue 15 March 2022 / Depart: Tue 15 March 2022

Day 16 - Gough Island

Arrive: Wed 16 March 2022 / Depart: Wed 16 March 2022

Day 17 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 18 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 19 - Cruising the South Atlantic Ocean

Day 20 - Cape Town

Arrive: Sun 20 March 2022 at 10:00 / Depart: Sun 20 March 2022

With majestic Table Mountain as a backdrop, Cape Town occupies one of the most dramatic locations in the world. Its eclectic mix of architectural styles reflects the tastes and dictates of the past, in tandem with the 20th century's more functional demands. Edwardian and Victorian buildings have been meticulously preserved and there are several outstanding examples of Cape Dutch architecture. Cobble-stoned streets, mosques and the flat-roofed pastel houses of the Malay Quarter showcase the city's cosmopolitan ambiance. Nearby, images of seafaring activities from the 1800s are evoked at the recently-restored Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. Magnificent Cape Town is justifiably famous as the "Mother City" of South Africa.

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