Apple cofounder and designer of the Apple I and Apple ][ computers, Steve Wozniak, will headline a luxury cruise in December of this year. Taking place on The Seabourn Quest, this cruise is for the seriously wealthy, with berths priced at $14,499, $32,999, and one package priced at if-you-have-to-ask-you-can’t-afford-it.

The Seabourn Quest

The Seabourn Quest

The Seabourn Quest

The cruise is epically long, at 24 days. It starts on December 20th, 2017, in Valparaiso, Chile (that’s near Santiago), and it ends in Buenos Aires on Jan. 13, 2018. Luxury cruise operator Seabourn is billing it as a, “24-day holiday [in] Antarctica, Patagonia, and South Georgia Island.”

The itinerary includes eight days simply “at sea,” with stops and scenic cruises through multiple ports of call and various scenic spots. Six days are scheduled throughout the Antarctic. In short, it promises to be breathtaking and lovely.

Steve Wozniak’s presentation hasn’t been specified, but he’s always an engaging and entertaining speaker.

The Seabourn Quest is a 650-foot cruise ship with a maximum capacity of 458 guests. It’s 84-feet wide and has a maximum speed of 19 knots. The prices quoted above are for Ocean View and Veranda Suites, Penthouse Suites, and the Owner’s Suite. All pricing assumes two guests.

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“this cruise is for the seriously wealthy,”

The seriously stupid maybe. C’mon, a guy who was maybe relevant over 40 years ago and has been spouting ridiculousness ever since? If cruises are your thing, go for it, but SW? Really?

John Kheit

Agreed geoduck, this sounds like a great trip! I have friends that have been visiting antartica since last year, and they have had good fortune with the weather, which can often cabosh a trip there. Im not normally a cruise guy, but with seeing antartica, it sounds like the right way to go about it!


I so wish I could do this. I prefer smaller ships, and have always wanted to see Antarctica, (Australia and Antarctica are the only continents I haven’t been to). Having SW on there would just be icing on the cake.