During the winter of 2021, the next big solar eclipse will take place. The problem is, it can only be viewed from Antarctica. Well, Poseidon Expeditions has a solution with their Antarctica Solar Eclipse Cruise. The 23-day voyage sets sail on the M/V Sea Spirit from the world's southernmost city. From there, guests will journey to the Falkland Islands and spend two days making friends with the local penguins and seals. After a journey across the Southern Ocean and a stop at South Georgia Island, the boat will anchor in the Scotia Sea on the narrow path of totality to view the celestial phenomenon from the most remote spot on Earth. The boat will then continue on to Antarctica for stops at the South Shetland Islands, the Antarctic Peninsula, and the Drake Passage before its final port back in Argentina.
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