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Aurora Expeditions Launches 2022-2023 Antarctica Season

The Greg Mortimer: lounge area and the dining roomAurora Expeditions has launched its Antarctic 2022-2023 summer season with 26 itineraries, the cruise line has announced in a press release. With the upcoming addition of the Sylvia Earle to the fleet, the season will mark the highest number of trips Aurora Expeditions has operated in one Antarctic season. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Adventures by Disney Announces First-Ever Dedicated Expedition Cruises

Families will journey to some of the world’s most wondrous and sought-after destinations when they set sail on all-new Adventures by Disney Expedition Cruises. With voyages to Antarctica beginning in late 2021 and to the Galapagos Islands in 2022, guests will embark on exhilarating adventures across breathtaking, remote landscapes while enjoying a leisurely voyage with family-focused activities curated by the travel experts at Disney. (more…)

Adventure Canada announces the release of new 2022 Antarctica brochure featuring three once-in-a-lifetime expeditions

Adventure Canada's Ocean EndeavourAntarctica has captured the imagination of explorers for centuries, and now enthrals modern-day travellers. The untouched wilderness and breathtaking scenery is home to penguins, whales, seals, and numerous species of seabirds, who have all adapted to thrive in one of the most severe and dramatic ecosystems on earth. (more…)

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Relief For Expedition Cruise Market As Argentina & Chile Begin Reopening

Ushuaia, Argentina  (Photo above credit Jerzy Strzelecki at Wikipedia)The struggling expedition cruise market could see relief as Chile and Argentina begin reopening for tourism. The positive announcements we reported on last week from Chile and Argentina means that travel to the Antarctic could soon be back on the program once again. This is welcome news for a part of the cruise industry that often flies under the radar yet consists of 20% of the global cruise market. (traveloffpath.com)

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Scientists report seeing an unprecedented 55 blue whales off the UK sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia

Hebridean SkyFollowing the announcement that Antarctica is one of the few Coronavirus-free locations remaining on the planet, it seems that there’s also good news for whale populations in the region – as scientists report seeing an unprecedented 55 blue whales off the UK sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, during a recent 23-day survey. (more…)

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