Created by a polar explorer, this exceptional journey will make you discover the secrets of the peninsula while benefiting from the expertise of an extraordinary adventurer. In the heart of the extreme lands, the white continent will hold out its arms to you by offering the spectacle of wild nature !
|Days 2 to 17||Navigation & stopovers in Peninsula|
the announced itineraries have no contractual value and the stopovers may be subject to modification according to the weather conditions
Booking a Perseverance trip
Want to book a trip ? Follow the guide :
Optionally, we can also take care of your flight reservations.
How to pay
The price is announced per person for a double cabin. The supplement for a private cabin is 75%.
The customer agrees to respect the payment conditions of the contractual documents validated at the time of the reservation or as defined in the GTC if not different:
payment of 30% of the price of the cruise within a maximum of 7 days after the reservation
payment of 50% of the price of the cruise 6 months before the departure date of the cruise
payment of 20% of the price of the cruise 2 months before the departure date of the cruise
A call for funds will be sent to you for each payment request.
What if I want to cancel my trip?
See General Terms and Conditions of Sale
What payment methods are available?
During your trip on the boat, payment by credit card will be available on board.
For the booking of your trip, payment will be made by bank transfer.
Where can I get my travel contract, my invoice, my documents ?
All documents will be sent to you by e-mail.
We can be reached at any time via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do I have to take out insurance?
The price of the cruise does not include insurance.
We advise you to take out insurance to cover the risks of cancellation, assistance, repatriation, damage and loss of luggage and medical expenses. These optional insurance contracts must be taken out with an external insurance company independent of Perseverance.
Depending on your sensitivity to the cold, you should choose clothing that protects you from water and wind. Choose materials such as fleece that insulate better from the cold than cotton. To keep warm, wear several light layers of clothing rather than just one.
We advise you to check as soon as possible that your vaccinations are up to date for the countries you will visit.
These vaccines concern the Covid but also other diseases, such as yellow fever and others.
You will find advice on the public service website: https://www.service-public.fr
Visa and ID
In order to verify the documents you will need to travel and the formalities to be completed for your trip, we advise you to consult the governmental website: https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr
Your safety is our absolute concern. We respect very strict measures.
The ship is equipped with an infirmary with a medical staff dedicated to first aid and emergencies on board. There is no doctor on board, however the crew has undergone medical training which allows them, in relation with a remote doctor, to provide care in emergency situations.
Our trips are not adapted to people with reduced mobility (reduced mobility, severe visual impairment, treatment requiring regular major medical intervention) due to the configuration of the ship and the trips.
A sanitary protocol with a reinforced protection "ANTI-COVID".
Concerning the travel conditions related to Covid, we advise you to consult the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr
For polar expeditions, a medical questionnaire will be sent to you and you will have to have it completed by your doctor in order to attest to your medical aptitude to take part in the trip.
If you have no particular physical or medical constraints, the trip should not pose any problem.
If you have a special diet, please inform us at least 30 days before the start of the trip. We will adapt the catering on board to your needs.
Luggage on board
On board the ship, there is no weight or luggage limit per person. However, the weight limit will be the one indicated by your airline (usually 23kg/person).