Tagged: Heritage Expeditions (New Zealand)

Heritage Expeditions announce it will be operating world-renowned Russian icebreaker and former research vessel Kapitan Khlebnikov




Kapitan KhlebnikovPioneering New Zealand-based expedition cruise company Heritage Expeditions is exceptionally excited and proud to announce it will be operating world-renowned Russian icebreaker and former research vessel Kapitan Khlebnikov when its Russian Far East Wrangel Island voyages start in 2019, with the 2020 season about to go on sale soon.

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Tim Flannery returns to explore Melanesia this October aboard Heritage Expeditions’ Spirit of Enderby



2 Minutes with Tim Flannery

Expedition cruise company Heritage Expeditions are excited to announce that bestselling author and scientist Tim Flannery is returning to travel onboard their expedition vessel Spirit of Enderby this October on a voyage to the amazing Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

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Heritage Expeditions’ Akademik Shokalskiy, successfully completed a double transit of the Northern Sea Route




When Heritage Expeditions’ Vessel, the Akademik Shokalskiy, berthed in the Russian Port of Anadyr on Monday 24th September, it had made history. It had successfully completed a double transit of the Northern Sea Route (more commonly known as the North East Passage).

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Young Enderby Trust recipients embark on Heritage Expeditions’ Antarctic adventure of a lifetime



The Ross Sea region of Antarctica is one of the most remote places on Planet Earth with shipping restricted by impenetrable pack ice for most of the year. Heritage Expeditions offers Expeditions from New Zealand to the Ross Sea region every austral summer, this season we have also explored the East Antarctic coastline.

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Breaking News: Antarctica’s Ross Sea just declared Marine Protected Area




In breaking news, Antarctica’s Ross Sea has been declared a Marine Protected Area today, 28 Oct 2016. The decision was made in Hobart, Australia by CCAMLR (Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources), after years of campaigning by a number of different countries and lobby groups.

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