If the intense beauty, incredible wildlife and sheer remoteness of Antarctica isn’t enough, imagine if the backdrop was intensified by a total solar eclipse unfolding before your eyes. In November 2021, many ships will be making the pilgrimage to the very best vantage point in the Weddell Sea (according to NASA) to witness one of the world’s most beautiful spectacles. Occurring in the early morning of Saturday December 4th, 2021, a total solar eclipse occurs when the moon comes between the Earth and the Sun – with only the Sun’s corona (the aura of plasma that surrounds the sun) remaining visible. The natural phenomenon, although visible from parts of South Africa and the southern Atlantic, can only be seen in its entirety from the Antarctic region. These voyages offer a once in a lifetime opportunity, promising it’s passengers a vision in the sky like no other.