Past CEO of Ocean Wise, Dr John Nightingale, joins OOE as Senior Ocean Science Advisor, contributing over four decades of experience in ocean sciences.
Visiting the Polar Regions, Canada’s East Coast, Chile, Central America and the Islands of the North Atlantic just became easier.
Join Matt Allen, guide and naturalist with OOE as he explores the many facets that make the polar environments so enthralling in this Polar Tales podcast.
In this monthly webinar series, we bring the knowledge of One Ocean Expeditions’ experts, partners and guides onto your screen.
Camping in Antarctica is a unique and life-changing way to experience the pristine wilderness of the white continent with One Ocean Expeditions.
One Ocean Expeditions collaborates with RPAN and Olympian Jill officer to host a community curling event in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Read through the latest news about One Ocean Expeditions.
Who is the Expedition Cruise Company Featured in the “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” Film, featuring Cate Blanchett? That would be One Ocean Expeditions.
With extensive experience in the Antarctic peninsula region, we always have a great hike in mind. With snowshoes, we access breathtaking panoramic views…
We are proud to be the location partner and polar experts for feature film ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette?’. Starring Cate Blanchett, the film is based on a best-selling novel that brings its main character, Bernadette, to Antarctica for the adventure of a lifetime. One Ocean Expeditions was selected to be the expedition cruise operator for…
South Georgia has every right to be called the ‘Serengeti of the Southern Ocean’. Only in South Georgia you can visit hundreds of thousands of king penguins on an unrivalled itinerary to explore what’s been called the ‘greatest wildlife show on earth’.
Guests on board our inaugural South Baffin voyage have pre-launch access to McMichael Canadian Art Collections’ digital art site, Iningat Ilagiit.
A brief history about the “The most remarkable survival story ever told”, the story of Ernest Shackleton, a renown Polar Explorer.