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  • Why I Love Traveling to the Falkland Islands as a Landscape and Wildlife Photographer

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  • Why the Falkland Islands are a Birder’s Paradise

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  • South Georgia, the Galapagos of the Southern Ocean

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  • Top Reasons You’ll Love Traveling on Ocean Adventurer

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  • 5 Amazing Benefits of Flying Across the Drake Passage

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  • A Dream Becoming a Reality

    A Dream Becoming a Reality

    Last week, at Brodosplit in Croatia, we held the keel-laying ceremony, marking the next chapter in Ultramarine’s construction: the build of its hull and superstructure.

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  • An Unscripted Arctic Safari: Candid Encounters With Iconic Wildlife

    An Unscripted Arctic Safari: Candid Encounters With Iconic Wildlife

    On an expedition through the Arctic, you never know what may roam around a bend, over a rise, or float on an iceberg. Our arctic safaris reward travelers with a very different “Big 5.”

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  • The Dream of Exploration

    The Dream of Exploration

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  • Going Where No One Has Gone Before

    Going Where No One Has Gone Before

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  • Building Meaningful Connections: Polar Expeditions Go Beyond Travel Memories

    Building Meaningful Connections: Polar Expeditions Go Beyond Travel Memories

    Meeting like-minded people from diverse backgrounds and different life stages is an often overlooked benefit of expedition travel.

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  • Arctic Exploration and Coming Face to Face With Icons

    Arctic Exploration and Coming Face to Face With Icons

    For travelers exploring the Arctic, spotting a polar bear in its natural environment is the ultimate experience and one they never forget.

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  • Arctic Communities: Understanding Their Connection to The Remote North

    Arctic Communities: Understanding Their Connection to The Remote North

    The Arctic has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years, giving rise to incredible cultures and fostering a deep connection between it’s people and the environment.

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  • Women Breaking Boundaries – and Achieving Balance – in the Polar Regions

    Women Breaking Boundaries – and Achieving Balance – in the Polar Regions

    Just a century ago, it was unthinkable that a woman might set foot on Antarctica. Today we celebrate the trailblazing women who paved the way for generations of female polar explorers.

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  • Five Ways You’ll Find Love in the Arctic

    Five Ways You’ll Find Love in the Arctic

    It’s impossible not to have a heartfelt response when you’re at the top of the world. Here are 5 ways you’ll find the love you’re looking for in the Arctic.

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  • North Pole Dreaming: Journey to the Top of the World

    North Pole Dreaming: Journey to the Top of the World

    Standing at the North Pole is a dream only a handful of travelers fulfill. Quark Expeditions has been bringing world-travelers to the North Pole for nearly 30 years – longer than anybody else.

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  • Marine Superstitions, Time-Honoured Ship-Building Rituals and the Magic of the Steel-Cutting Ceremony

    Marine Superstitions, Time-Honoured Ship-Building Rituals and the Magic of the Steel-Cutting Ceremony

    Learn about marine superstitions that have stood the test of time, fascinating ship-building rituals and secrets of the steel-cutting ritual.

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  • Northern Light: The Celestial Wonders of Greenland

    Northern Light: The Celestial Wonders of Greenland

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  • Greenland by Kayak: An Immersive Wilderness Experience

    Greenland by Kayak: An Immersive Wilderness Experience

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  • Meeting Greenland: How Inuit Culture Brings the Land to Life

    Meeting Greenland: How Inuit Culture Brings the Land to Life

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  • Following Greenland’s Explorers: Discovery, Connectedness, and the Polar Community

    Following Greenland’s Explorers: Discovery, Connectedness, and the Polar Community

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