Discover how One Ocean Expeditions is different from all the others and learn about why our guests choose to travel with us.
Continuing our commitment to supporting and operating nationally accredited science literacy and ocean health programs, we have completed a successful season on Canada’s East Coast and in the Canadian Arctic and Greenland, partnering with a variety of scientists, researchers, and educators.
Read through the latest news about One Ocean Expeditions.
Visiting the Polar Regions, Canada’s East Coast, Chile, Central America and the Islands of the North Atlantic just became easier.
We are committed to ocean and environmental health. Protecting the fragile ecosystems we visit is a core mission at the heart of all of our programming.
We look back at what guests and clients had to say about their expedition onboard One Ocean Expeditions Flagship vessel RCGS Resolute over the last year.
Budding photographer and cartographer Timothy, a CanGeo Challenge finalist, shows us his photo journal from his ‘Fins and Fiddles’ voyage
Dianne Chisholm, arctic expert will be joining us for three arctic voyages. Here is an interview about her experiences, travels and expertise.
Read a day to day account of young Michah, a CanGeo Challenger finalist’s experience onboard the RCGS Resolute for the Fins & Fiddles voyage July 2019.
Media representative for One Ocean Expeditions, Elyse Mailhot describes her incredible journey along the coast of Chile on the inaugural Chilean Fjords trip
Meet Kaylan, one of our experienced Expedition Leaders. Kaylan was first introduced to One Ocean Expedition while she was working at a local cafe in Squamish, where the OOE shore office is located. She was slinging coffee when she struck up a conversation with the owner of our company. He was impressed by her experience,…
Have a look through the One Ocean Expeditions video library, showcasing some of the highlights of the regions we travel to.
Guests were captivated by the abundance of wildlife, awe-inspiring landscapes and poignant visits to historical sites and remote Inuit communities in Canada’s Arctic this past summer.