Quark Expeditions®, the global leader in polar exploration, is celebrating its milestone 30th year with the launch of its exciting new Antarctic 2020.21 season.
With voyages ranging from eight to 23 days, Quark Expeditions’ Antarctic 20.21 season will feature seven distinct itineraries and 29 total departures, allowing guests of every type to discover the polar experiences perfectly suited to their needs and desires.
“No one understands the possibilities, or the demands, of the polar environments better than we do,” says Ed Bonner, VP Production of Quark Expeditions. “For thirty years – longer than anyone in the industry – we have been focused exclusively on delivering the magic of the polar regions to passengers from across the globe. Our new Antarctic season highlights that ongoing commitment, while also marking new frontiers in polar exploration with the addition of two new vessels to our fleet.”
Phase 1 of Quark Expeditions’ 20.21 Antarctic season is highlighted by the second sailing season of the cutting-edge World Explorer, the all-suites, all-balcony ship christened in Porto, Portugal on April 6. Phase 2 will feature the inaugural season of Quark Expeditions’ unprecedented and highly anticipated new purpose-built expedition vessel, along with the public unveiling of the ship’s name, in May.
Led by the most experienced, most knowledgeable expedition team in the industry and featuring the widest variety of onboard activities and off-ship adventures in the polar regions, Quark Expeditions’ Antarctic 20.21 season has been specifically designed to deliver a full range of customized polar experiences.
“We’ve spent thirty years developing the knowledge and expertise that allow us to create unmatched experiences for travelers from all over the world, while at the same time protecting the beauty and majesty of the polar regions,” says Bonner. “We are tremendously excited about our milestone 20.21 season, and we look forward to the next 30 years of pushing the boundaries and redefining what is possible in polar exploration.”
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