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Northwest Passage 70th Anniversary Voyage 2014

22 Jan 2014

Here is an exciting opportunity to travel through Canada’s fabled Northwest Passage on a special cruise to mark the 70th anniver…

Shokalskiy Breaks Free from Antarctic Ice

8 Jan 2014

After two weeks stuck fast, the M/V Akademik Shokalskiy and Chinese icebreaker Snow Dragon have both managed to break free from …

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Akademik Shokalskiy Rescue Airlift Success

3 Jan 2014

Yesterday's helicopter evacuation of passengers from the ice-stranded Akademik Shokalskiy was a complete success. The crew remai…

M/V Akademik Shokalskiy stuck in ice

25 Dec 2013

The expedition ship Akademik Shokalskiy, carrying tourists and scientists aiming to repeat experiments made during Douglas Mawso…

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Savings on M/S Expedition cruises

16 Oct 2013

Up to 20% savings are available on selected itineraries of the M/S Expedition to Arctic Svalbard and Antarctica. 15% Early Booki…

South Pole Record 'Warm' August

4 Sep 2013

August 2013 was the warmest on record at the South Pole’s Amundsen-Scott Station. - See more at: http://expeditionsonline.com/ne…

Huge canyon discovered under Greenland ice

30 Aug 2013

One of the biggest canyons in the world has been discovered beneath the Greenland ice sheet.

Near Record Sea Ice in Antarctica (again)

28 Aug 2013

The sea ice extent in Antarctica attained a near-record high level of 18.7 million square kilometres in mid-August this year, ac…

Join the 'Spirit of Mawson' Expedition

19 Aug 2013

A new and special expedition to 'Mawson's Antarctica'. The Australasian Antarctic Expedition of 2013/14 aims to repeat Mawson's …

Antarctica's 'Blood Falls' contain a Unique Ecosystem

4 Jul 2013

This five-story, blood-red waterfall pours very slowly out of the Taylor Glacier in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys. When geolo…