For the third time in history, One Ocean Expeditions has contributed to the discovery of a long-lost vessel in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS).
A brief history about the “The most remarkable survival story ever told”, the story of Ernest Shackleton, a renown Polar Explorer.
Enjoy 10 interesting facts about one of the ‘seven wonders of the modern world’; the engineering feat that is the Panama Canal.
In this monthly webinar series, we bring the knowledge of One Ocean Expeditions’ experts, partners and guides onto your screen.
Historian-in-Residence, Russel Potter, talks about the lure the Northwest Passage had on explorers of the past and how this passion continues to present day
Alex Anaviapik is an Inuit Culture Guide who works onboard with One Ocean Expeditions, introducing guests to the Inuit way of life.
Last summer we were lucky enough to interview Piita Irniq, a well-respected Inuit elder, prominent spokesperson and the second commissioner of Nunavut.
We reflect upon an outstanding Antarctic 18/19 season with new voyages, a great team of educators and many fantastic special guests.
In collaboration with the Vancouver Maritime Museum, we have developed a ‘traveling’ version of their exhibit that follows the journey of George Vancouver.