One Ocean Expeditions is excited to announce that we have formalized our partnership with not-for-profit organization Ocean Wise with the intent of expanding their joint educational programs around the world on select OOE voyages.
In celebration of Nunavut Day, we want to share with you some of the initiatives One Ocean Expeditions is currently working on in the Arctic. Our aim is to connect the far North with the South of Canada and the rest of the world, through community engagement, leadership support and art.
Each year, we expand our expedition cruise portfolio to explore Canada’s remote coastlines. In celebration of Canada Day, we are sharing the most exciting Canadian experiences that guests can participate on an expedition cruise with One Ocean Expeditions:
In celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day, we are celebrating some of the communities we visit and sharing what you can expect on our voyages in the Canadian Arctic
The more opportunities we provide for guests to engage with scientists through conversations and presentations, the more ambassadors for those sensitive regions we create | One Ocean Expeditions.
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.
Christopher Walker revealed his painting about HMS Erebus and HMS Terror.
Home to an abundance of wildlife and remote Inuit communities, the Canadian Arctic is like no other place on earth.
Photographer Dave Sandford explains what it means to him to take pictures of polar bears: