Sailing the western coast of Chilean Patagonia, guests were awestruck by the region’s colourful culture, colossal natural wonders and fascinating history.
The Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) campus has opened in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, providing researchers in the Arctic a world-class facility
Discovering the beauty, and the rich culture and history of Canada’s East Coast, from Nova Scotia, all the way to Nunavut.
A list of the species of Arctic animals that can be seen whilst on an Arctic cruise expedition.
Allie Schultz is a One Ocean Expedition staff member who has just recently finished her first voyage to the Canadian Arctic amongst many other special guests. We asked her a few questions about her experience with her first expedition on board the RCGS Resolute If you had to choose one word to describe your first…
There are 8 species of penguins in Antarctica and the surrounding region. The Emperor, Adelie, Gentoo, Chinstrap, Macaroni, Rockhopper, Magellanic and King penguin. What penguins might you see on your expedition cruise to the Antarctic? Some species (such as the Emperor Penguin) are very rarely sighted on expedition cruises as they can only be found…
For the third time in history, One Ocean Expeditions has contributed to the discovery of a long-lost vessel in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS).
Sarah Wong from the CWS conducts a survey with OOE on the types of Arctic bird species found in the Canadian Arctic, their prominence and distribution.
Camping in Antarctica is a unique and life-changing way to experience the pristine wilderness of the white continent.