The Living Journey


Ice Tongues and the Ross Sea Riviera

One of the many stunning days during the Ross Sea Expedition was Ice Tongue day. We first cruised the beautiful Campbell Ice Tongue stretching out into Terra Nova Bay. The sun shone, the waters sparkled, the ice towered, creaking and groaning in the warm temperatures.

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Posted by Expedition Leader
April 5, 2017

Swimming Around The World

What would normally have been just another relaxing “sea day” while traveling from Balikpapan to Parepare during our Borneo excursion, turned out to be quite an exciting marina day. As the vessel made its way toward the equator in flat,

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Posted by Expedition Leader
February 7, 2017

Traveling to the Derawan Islands

Late last year, the Ship’s passage from Sandakan (Malaysia) to the Derawan Islands (Indonesia) was met with flat calm seas, zero wind speed, and clear skies – conditions ideal for sailing and perfect for spotting marine life.
The highlight of the journey was the pod of seven sperm whales spotted off our starboard around midday.

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Posted by Expedition Leader
January 17, 2017

Borneo Expedition: The wildlife of Sandakan

While the vessel was berthed in Sandakan port, Residents & Guests ventured different paths. Some opted off the vessel to do an overnight Kinabatang River Trip, while others stayed closer to home to sample regional attractions.
Those on the overnight trip journeyed to Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.

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Posted by Expedition Leader
December 13, 2016