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On the eastern coast of New Zealand’s South Island, Lyttelton (or Te Whaka Raupo in the Maori language) served, thanks to its proximity with Ross Island, as the starting point for the British expeditions in the mythical age of the South Pole explorations. It takes its name from George Lyttelton (1709-1773), aristocrat and colonial governor of South Carolina. In this colourful port town full of history, you’ll be able to discover the Time Ball: constructed in 1876, it rang at 1.00 pm every day for 58 consecutive years to give Greenwich meridian time, enabling ship captains to set their chronometer and very precisely calculate their position.

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Hobart, Tasmania - Lyttelton
LE LAPEROUSE
5 nights on board
Dates:
2/1/2023 to the 7/1/2023
Lyttelton - Auckland
LE LAPEROUSE
9 nights on board
Dates:
7/1/2023 to the 16/1/2023
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Ushuaia - Lyttelton
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Overnight in Santiago + flight Santiago/Ushuaia + transfers
28 nights on board
Dates:
15/1/2023 to the 13/2/2023
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Lyttelton - Ushuaia
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Transfer + flight Ushuaia/Santiago
26 nights on board
Dates:
14/2/2023 to the 12/3/2023
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Hobart, Tasmania - Lyttelton
LE LAPEROUSE
5 nights on board
Dates:
2/1/2024 to the 7/1/2024
Ushuaia - Lyttelton
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Overnight in Santiago + flight Santiago/Ushuaia + transfers
28 nights on board
Dates:
7/1/2024 to the 5/2/2024
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Lyttelton - Ushuaia
LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT
Transfer + Flight Ushuaia/Santiago
26 nights on board
Dates:
6/2/2024 to the 3/3/2024
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