Hebridean Sky

Location: Antarctica | Antarctica

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

This all-suite expedition yacht blends luxury with adventure, taking you on a once-in-a-lifetime experience to the bottom of the world whilst keeping you in the lap of luxury. Cruise past mountains, bays and soaring peninsulas; spot penguins and whales from the observation decks and indulge in fine cuisine on this exciting journey to Antarctica.
Perfect forExplorers, adventurous types, nature lovers and those wanting an unforgettable once in a lifetime holiday.
In the knowWant to get up close to the Antarctic wildlife? The Hebridean Sky also offers optional kayaking adventures.

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Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Operates from Ushuaia and other Argentine ports and travels to the Antarctic Peninsula, Falklands and South Georgia.

Rooms onboard the Hebridean Sky

The 55 suites can hold up to 112 passengers and each feature sea views, marble appointed bathrooms with luxury toiletries, queen sized beds and a sitting area. Ower's Penthouse and Veranda Suites also come with private balconies.

Food and Drink

The restaurant on Deck 2 features daily changing breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, and offers additional refreshments such as afternoon tea and coffee – perfect when returning from daily excursions.

Facilities

Spend your time on the boat soaking in the Jacuzzi on the wrap-around sundeck, or learning about the local environment in the Polar Library and Presentation Room.

Activities from the Hebridean Sky

On a journey to Antartica you can look forward to exploring the southernmost town in the world; cruising through spectacular scenery; visiting the Tierra del Fuego National Park and its scenic “Train at the End of the World”; hiking and snowshoeing, and spectacular stargazing. In addition to this, expect some remarkable wildlife scenes, with penguins, whales, dolphins, sea lions and albatross all roaming the icy waters.

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