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Landing Spotlight – Lemaire Channel

Lemaire ChannelThe Lemaire Channel is a wonderfully calm and stunning waterway that, if we are fortunate enough to pass through it, offers some of the most fantastic views and incredible wildlife sightings on the peninsula. The area has rightfully earned the nickname...

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Meet the Team – Annette

The staff that make up the Polar Latitudes expedition and home teams are much more than a team - we are a tight knit family. Most of us voyage together year after year, sharing a deep love for Antarctica. We take immense pleasure in making sure your trip is one you’ll...

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Wildlife in Antarctica

Antarctica has a huge amount of wildlife, with some animals specifically endemic to the region while others migrate yearly from other areas to breed and feed. Known for its extreme environment and cold temperatures, you might think that there is little life in...

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Landing Spotlight – Cierva Cove

CIERVA CoveCierva Cove is a stunning cove that lays 6 nautical miles southeast of Cape Sterneck in Hughes Bay, along the west coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. It is named after Juan de la Cierva, a Spanish pilot, engineer, and inventor.  This location is a protected...

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