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Today was colder than before, though it was not immediately evident when stepping onto the bobbing zodiac. As we raced towards the icy front, squeals and shouts were caught by the wind as we were hit by the freezing spray. Rocky islands were dotted with penguins,...

After a 3 days long journey at sea, surviving 2 storms and the bumpy Drake we’ve finally reached Antarctica. We happen to be the fortunate bunch to have gotten the chance to get through the Antarctic Circle. The exhaustion and sleepless nights that the Drake...

It’s been eight years but the Drake Passage is exactly how I have remembered it all these years.  The most turbulent seas in the world have madeat least  50% of us sea sick. But that didn’t stop us from getting on deck to click pictures, listening...

It has been a long day on the Drake Passage. With 45 Knot winds and 8-meter waves in the early hours, waking up this morning was a big shock for some people.   Open Ocean can be brutal for those who are not used to it, and...

Waking up with the excitement that you are heading South to Antarctica is a feeling that I will never forget. After morning briefings about logistics and time frames for boarding the ship, we started the program for the day with presentations from a few of...

  [caption id="attachment_2402" align="alignleft" width="500"] After 56 days skiing over 600 miles, the South Pole Energy Team has reached the South Pole. Pictured here with Commvault CMO Chris Powell, who joined the team for its last week and final 60 miles, at the South Pole with...

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