Not during the summer, which is when the majority of our voyages take place. It depends on where you go in the Arctic, but temperatures can get up to 10°C (50°F) and don’t tend to drop too far below 0°C (32°F).
Antarctica is slightly colder, but still warm in the austral summers, reaching up to 2°C (36°F) depending on your location, and tending not to get too much lower than that during the warm months.
You’re only likely to experience colder weather during our fall and winter Arctic trips, where temps can range between -34°C to 0°C (−29°F to 32°F). But you’ll have the northern lights to keep you warm.