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‘We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.’ -T. S. Eliot It is a strange feeling to be docking back in Ushuaia. 12 days ago we...

Today I sit gently on my bed, thinking how I’ve become so fond of my little room on the ship. Strangely, I think I’ll miss it. A little place of comfort and quiet, with a window to the ever-changing swells of the sea. How fortunate...

That iconic tail flip tells such a graceful tale of majesty and mystery that could only be captured in eternity by the eyes and in the heart. Having both the camera and iPhone froze out on me right at the moment of that first sighting...

This year, there are a number of Youth Climate Force Ambassadors with us on our expedition, and they come with varied experiences. Yet, the goals are the same, to learn all that they can about how to become more sustainable in their daily life. Today’s youth...

50 shades of blue alluring you deep into their depths, Is that Lapis lazuli in the crevices? Teal at the base of the iceberg, Baby blue sliding down the side of an ice core, Deep rich midnight blue staring back at me from the ocean floor. White so bright...

Is this real? There was fog descending down on the ocean and just when we turned around another bend, straining to keep our eyes open from the snowfall, there it was… I don’t like the name so much, but it was called the Ice Graveyard…...

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...