Expedition Small Ship Cruising Company AdventureSmith Explorations Announces New Antarctica Program
07/10/2010

Antarctica Cruises From Just $2,795 Per Person with AdventureSmith Explorations. Journey aboard the M/S Expedition during the 2010-2011 season and save an unprecedented 35%.

Online PR News – 10-July-2010 – – Offering Special Per-Person Introductory Rates from $2,795 for 11 Day Cruise

Tahoe City, CA, July 7, 2010 – AdventureSmith Explorations (http://www.adventuresmithexplorations.com/) the active travel company that secures matches between adventure-seeking clients and a treasure trove of small, expedition ships announces an unprecedented introductory rate starting at just $2,795 per person for an eleven-day itinerary on its new Antarctic cruises aboard the 124-passenger M/S Expedition.

Said AdventureSmith’s owner and founder Todd Smith, “We feel this is the best value in Antarctica at this time. She is one of the nicest ships, with a top notch crew and guides. Recently there have been great offers up to 50 percent off Antarctica but these have been on $20,000 cruises. We have never seen an introductory price in this region with as much value and as low as this.”

M/S Expedition was thoroughly overhauled only two years ago for her operation in Antarctica. She operates two comprehensive itineraries, one the 11-day “Antarctic Peninsula” http://www.adventuresmithexplorations.com/itinerarydetails.php/advid/77 and a 20-day “Spirit of Shackleton” cruise that includes the Antarctic Peninsula, South Georgia Islands and Falkland Islands http://www.adventuresmithexplorations.com/itinerarydetails.php/advid/311. The season runs November 2010 through February 2011 with multiple monthly departures.

Smith said this polar expedition ship’s spacious decks provide excellent viewing and its newly renovated cabins are some of the largest in the industry, all with ocean-facing window or porthole and private en-suite facilities.

About Adventure Smith Explorations
AdventureSmith Explorations is the global leader in small ship, adventure cruise vacations. Company founder Todd Smith helped pioneer the concept of wilderness cruising that combines the comforts of a small cruise ship with the adventure of sea kayaking, hiking and exploring remote wilderness areas ashore. The company matches guests with the top names in small ship cruising as well with intimate, boutique ships that may not make the radar of most travelers.

In moving through exotic natural environments and exploring vibrant native cultures seldom associated with more mainstream cruise itineraries, AdventureSmith Explorations dedicates its efforts to small footprint, sustainable travel and has launched a carbon free cruising initiative. Its off-the-beaten-path destinations include Alaska, Baja, Costa Rica, Belize, Ecuador and the Galapagos, Peru, the Arctic, Antarctica and Australia.

The company's mission is to give back to the individuals, communities and environments touched by AdventureSmith Explorations trips by connecting travelers with a network of grassroots and global nonprofit partners worldwide including the Alaska Natural History Association, Neotropica Foundation and Galapagos Conservancy. The company was named by National Geographic Adventure as one of “The Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth” and is the recipient of Conde Nast Traveler’s prestigious “World Savers Award.” AdventureSmith Explorations was Lonely Planet’s Top Pick for Alaska Small Ship Cruises in 2009.

Founded in 2003, AdventureSmith Explorations is based in Tahoe City, California along the western shore of Lake Tahoe. Phone: 800-728-2875 toll-free or 530-583-1775. Email: travel@AdventureSmithExplorations.com or visit: www.AdventureSmithExplorations.com.

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Contact: Todd Smith
AdventureSmith Explorations
Email: Todd@AdventureSmithExplorations.com
Tel: (800) 728-2875 / (530) 583-1775
Website: www.AdventureSmithExplorations.com