OOE Speaks Webinar Series

In this monthly webinar series, we bring the knowledge of One Ocean Expeditions’ experts, partners and guides onto your screen. Join our team as they give insight into the history, culture, wildlife and landscape of the remote and fascinating regions we visit. This is your chance to gain a sneak peek at the diverse onboard programming that takes place on all OOE voyages, and meet the people behind the magic.

Coming Soon

World Ocean Week Special – Marine Mammal research with Dr. Ari Friedlaender

Ari FriedlaenderJoin Marine Mammal scientist, Dr. Ari Friedlaender of California Ocean Alliance, to learn about how he and his team use technology to study whales in Antarctica with One Ocean Expeditions, and how this information is used to help create conservation plans and marine protected areas. Gain exclusive insight into the fascinating world of Antarctic whales during the World Ocean Week special edition of ‘OOE Speaks’.

Click herehttps://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7866490424418332685

When: Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
10:00-10:30am PST

Previous Episodes

Inaugural voyage special: A Chilean Fjord Adventure

Expedition Leader, Kaylan Worsnop, recaps some of the interesting details from our inaugural Chilean Fjords Adventure.

View the recording herehttps://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/810851741411728642

Kaylan WornsopKaylan has been guiding since 2014, leading groups in six different countries over four continents. Working primarily in Antarctica, she sees first hand the transformation that wild landscapes can inspire. The Polar regions will change you. Sculpting the experience of a life-changing voyage is the most rewarding job she never expected to have.


HMS Resolute: A tale Arctic exploration
Listen to Dr. Katie Murray, polar historian and OOE guide as she shares the unbelievable tale of the voyage of HMS Resolute from the Arctic to the Whitehouse.

Watch again herehttps://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/3296674908196508163

Katie Murray on Beechy Island. Webinar SpeakersDr. Katie Murray has spent the last decade talking, researching and writing about Arctic and Antarctic exploration. Along with her work on board the ship, she recently completed a doctorate in the subject at the University of St Andrews. Katie’s interest in history was sparked by childhood experiences in the Highlands and her undergraduate degree was in Scottish History. Katie’s first experience of the polar regions was in 2011 when she spent a summer season working as the curator of the museum on the Subantarctic island of South Georgia.