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Antarctic Flights with Amazing Winter Cruises

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Crossing the Drake Passage by sea is a rite of passage for many visiting Antarctica. For others, skipping this part of the journey frees up more time to explore the 7th continent. Choosing to fly south to Antarctica and then sail north (or vice versa) – or even flying both ways – is a great way to maximize your trip when time is of the essence.

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All-Inclusive, All-Suites Antarctica

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 We’re constantly improving and adding travel options here at Quark Expeditions®. For travelers who are short on time but want a high-value Antarctic experience, we’ve added an exciting new addition to our fleet: the all-inclusive, all-suites Island Sky.

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Top 4 Reasons to Fly the Drake on Your Antarctic Cruise

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Carving time out of your life and routine for an Antarctic cruise used to be an undertaking. It would take weeks – even a month or more – to reach the 7th continent. Even then, you had quite the trip in store - one of the more “adventurous” aspects was sailing the Drake Passage.

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Fly-Cruise Confidential: An interview with the President of Quark Expeditions

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There is probably no bigger and more passionate fan of all things Quark Expeditions than our CEO Hans Lagerweij. Fresh from his first experience aboard one of our Antarctic Express voyages, we sat down to chat with Hans about the fly-cruise program and hear him tell the tale of another Quark “first” achievement in Antarctica!

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