We reflect upon an outstanding Antarctic 18/19 season with new voyages, a great team of educators and many fantastic special guests.
The Antarctic season will end with the ultimate Marine Mammals voyage, showcasing scientists, educators, film-makers and more.
Frank Wild CBE had his last wish granted 72 years after his death when his ashes were laid to rest alongside Sir Ernest Shackleton in South Georgia.
Former zoologist and award-winning photographer Doug Gimesy shares some insight into what he does, what he loves and how photography can have an impact.
Artist-in-residence, Clare Dudeney, will be travelling onboard with One Ocean Expeditions on the Antarctic Peninsula Adventure and Chilean Fjords Adventure.
Ahead of our Photography Symposium in Antarctica this March, here are our photographer’s top tips for photographing Antarctica.
A day-by-day diary of our marketing manager’s trip to Antarctica with some good weather, great special guests and amazing wildlife.
Appealing to nature lovers, adventurers, and amateur and pro photographers alike, our Photography Symposium voyages are the trip of a lifetime.
As the Southern Hemisphere springs to life, we are launching our 11th Antarctic season, as we look forward to RCGS Resolute’s inaugural voyage.