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The Antarctic Peninsula is regarded as being one of the most beautiful places on earth. There’s a good variety of scenery and wildlife to be seen within a relatively small area. Add to this the assortment of Islands to visit on the way there and back and it’s no wonder that the Antarctic Peninsula is far and away the most popular destination for visitors to the southern most continent.

Antarctica is said to be the coldest, driest and windiest place on earth, but this immense wilderness is also a fabulous and virtually pristine paradise chock-full of wildlife with an incomparable scenery of mountains, snow and ice. It is a privilege to visit this awe-inspiring continent and to experience the special magic that has lured explorers, adventurers and scientists for more than two centuries and – most recently – world travelers.


Dear Friends,

Antarctica beacons to me again – now for the seventh time.  Once you’ve been down you’ll know why so many of us think it to be the most beautiful and wondrous place on earth.

The dates I’ve chosen for our next adventure are January 15 – 26th 2017.

I have negotiated with Polar Latitudes for a premium ship at the ideal time with all the options to get up close and personal with the wildlife and geography.

I do recommend adding the kayaking option as well as the snow camping.

To book your cabin with the OCSC party, you need to contact me directly. I will need your full name as it appears on your passport, phone number, email address, and your desired cabin level.

Please feel free to contact me directly about any aspect of the trip.

Anthony Sandberg
President / Founder
anthony@ocsc.com

Cost of adventures and flotillas vary depending on factors like attendence, the number of people in your crew, and size of your yacht. Please inquire for trip rates and pricing.

OCSC Members & Repeat OCSC Adventurers save 5%!

Dates and Leaders
Start End Leaders

January 15, 2017

January 26, 2017

Anthony Sandberg