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Big ship "Antarctic Experience." What exactly does this mean?


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I have an idea which might be good and might be really dumb.  I recently spent several days in Ushuaia before I did a trip to the Falklands and S Georgia.  Wandering around the main street in Ushuaia, I saw a number of travel agencies advertising last minute cruises to Antarctica.  I have no idea how much you would save and what the chances you would have of not getting anything.  Has anyone out there done what I am suggesting and what were your experiences.  


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I haven’t seen anything around $5000 in years (aside from the mega ships with no landings). If it’s possible to save up a bit more, you can find some last-minute or early-booking deals around $7000 on an expedition ship. And if you can find some friends to join, booking a quad or triple cabin can save a few $K!

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