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2013/14 Itinerary
Peninsula Cruise
10 days from $4,595
Fly over the Drake Passage then join your ship in Antarctica. Fly both ways or fly one - sail one options
Across the Circle
Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctic Circle, Historic Areas - kayaking, camping
14 days from $5,499
Ross Sea in the Wake of Scott and Shackleton
Ross Ice Shelf, McMurdo Sound
29 days from $18,700
Antarctica Peninsula to the Ross Sea
Wildlife and History
rarely travelled itinerary
31 days from $24,163


Inside Shackleton's Hut - 3

Labelling boxes and listing their contents is always important on large expeditions where supplies have to last for many months and more, as is storage so that they are readily available in the middle of winter.

Imagine feeling like a bacon sandwich and realising that the tinned bacon (no I'd never seen it either until I went to Antarctica - take it from me it's delicious) is outside in a case at the bottom of a pile of cases, under a tarpaulin that is now covered by a snowdrift that has solidified to ice. It's also pitch black as it's midwinter, it's blowing a blizzard and you don't want to think about the temperature. Plus actually, now you think about it, you're not really sure which one of three piles of stores the case you want is really in.

Picture courtesy of Mike Usher - Mike went on a Ross Sea expedition on board the Kapitan Khlebnikov in 2005.
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