Scenic Eclipse: 2020/21 and 2022

Scenic has released a new digital brochure for Scenic Eclipse‘s 2020/21 and 2022 seasons. The program features six new itineraries comprising 47 departures across 38 countries, visiting 68 new ports, for sailings up until late March 2022.

There are nine Ultimate Voyages ranging in length from 16 days through to 29 between October 2020 and 2021. Scenic’s 29-day Ultimate South America & Antarctica in Depth from Lima to Ushuaia on 25 October 2021 is priced from $32,335 per person twin-share for a Verandah Suite, through to a whopping $160,705 for the top-of-the-line Two Bedroom Suite.

Between November 2020 and March 2022, Scenic Eclipse will offer a dozen 12-day Antarctica in Depth sailings, complemented by eight 19-day Antarctica, South Georgia & Falkland Islands voyages, operating roundtrip from Ushuaia on all cruises (except for the season-ending cruises that end in Rio de Janeiro). Two of the latter itineraries include the opportunity to view the solar eclipse from the deck of Scenic Eclipse in December 2020 and December 2021.

Other Scenic Eclipse 2020-2022 brochure highlights:

Scenic Eclipse Brochure
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  • Wild Alaska and British Columbia – from Vancouver to Nome, Alaska, travelling through the Aleutian Islands and the Inside Passage for the first time.
  • Baja to Costa Rica Whales and Wilderness – from San Diego to Cost Rica and all the wonders of Latin America including the breathtaking Mexican Riviera.
  • High Arctic Explorer – travelling as far north as North Cape, through the Svalbard Archipelago and the magnificent fjords, waterfalls, mountains and sleepy fishing villages of the Norway.
  • Panama and Columbia Discovery – Transiting the famous Panama Canal, exploring the jungles and islands of Central America.

View the online brochure here.

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