Apple co-founder Woz to headline luxury 24-day cruise to Antarctica

“Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will headline a voyage to Antarctica in December on luxury line Seabourn’s 450-passenger Seabourn Quest,” Gene Sloan reports for USA Today.

“Seabourn says the computer pioneer will be a speaker on the 24-day sailing, which kicks off on Dec. 20 in Valparaiso, Chile (near Santiago) and ends in Buenos Aires on Jan. 13, 2018,” Sloan reports. “The voyage includes several days of sailing down the Chilean coast with visits to Puerto Montt and Isla Chiloe as well as the Chilean Fjords.

Sloan reports, “The trip also will include a visit to South Georgia Island, home to thousands of king penguins.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Notke: Ocean View and Veranda Suites start at $14,499, Penthouse Suites start at $32,999, and Grand Suites start at $73,999 (fares are in US dollars, per person, and based on double occupancy).

Seabourn 24-Day Holiday Antarctica, Patagonia & South Georgia Island Crusie
Seabourn 24-Day Holiday Antarctica, Patagonia & South Georgia Island Crusie

More info, itinerary, and link to reserve your suite here.


      1. A quick search on Google (yes, I know. Sue me.) shows that there are two zoos in The Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area. The Minnesota Zoo even advertises exhibits by saying they have “everything from penguins to camels.” I’m sure a short drive to your local zoo would be much easier than traveling all the way down to Antarctica to see your beloved penguins.

  1. My wife and I went on this very cruise last December. Much as I love Woz, the biologists, geologists and expedition crew that shepherd you around the continent are far more interesting and informative.

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