Tauck started as a tour company over 90 years ago. The product has grown not only into a river cruise line, but an ocean cruise line as well. Although Tauck has been operating ocean cruises for over 25 years, you still may not have heard of its ocean cruise product. But that’s okay – neither had I.
This week on Avid Travel With Britton Frost I am joined by Ralph Grizzle to discuss expedition cruising in Antarctica and around the globe.
The only miserable part about an Antartica voyage is crossing the Drake Passage. On our most recent Antartica cruise, we had to cross the Drake Passage twice, so I put together some tips that helped me through the crossing.
With more than a dozen vessels being built to cruise Antarctica, a perplexing question is posed: Which ship is right for my Antarctic cruise?
Seabourn announced the addition of Antarctic explorer Colin O’Brady for its Seabourn Conversations program’s first Antarctic sailing of the 2019-2020 season.
A recap of my November 2018 voyage to Antarctica on Silver Cloud, and a look back at two other voyages, on Silver Explorer in 2013 and on Seabourn Quest in 2015.
After departing Yankee Harbor, we crossed the Drake Passage back to Ushuaia. What was the ride like? And how did our trip end? Read on.
When I last left you, we were enjoying a gorgeous day on Silver Cloud, anchored off Cuverville Island. Remember? We were sitting on our balcony admiring the view, sipping a glass of Sauvignon Blanc. Little did we know then that the weather would soon change. Well, it did. In a big way.