Regent Seven Seas Cruises
has added four new Antarctica cruises to its 2007-08 programme.
Due to overwhelming demand, the luxury cruise line will take passengers to the outer limits of the starkly beautiful continent.
Voyagers onboard Explorer II will visit the Falkland Islands and Port Stanley before heading to the Shetland Islands and the dramatic Antarctic Peninsula, before heading along Cape Horn, through Drake Passage and finally landing at Ushuaia.
Choosing from new departure dates of November 8th or 24th, December 20th 2007 and February 20th 2008, passengers can choose from 10 or 16-night cruises.
"We have seen such a strong demand for Antarctica as a destination that our initial two charters quickly sold out," said Mark Conroy, Regent Seven Seas Cruises'
"So we are pleased to have secured some group space to be able to offer our guests additional opportunities to visit this rarely seen part of the world," he added.
In related news, the line inaugurated Vancouver's new Campbell River cruise ship terminal on June 5th.
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