New Scientist 14Mar2020

(C. Jardin) #1



The science

of the Antarctic

Join New Scientist for an expedition cruise exploring the world’s largest ocean sanctuary
and most pristine marine ecosystem. Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers, while
marvelling at imposing icebergs, ancient glaciers and ice floes onto volcanic beaches.
Accompanied by experts in polar science, exploration, photography and wildlife.


k Sailing aboard the brand-new MV Magellan Explorer expedition vessel.
Purpose built for the Antarctic and with a minimised carbon footprint.
k Visiting South Georgia, Elephant Island and the majestic Antarctic Peninsula.
k Hosted by New Scientist journalist Leah Crane with guest speakers
including polar explorer Paul Rose.
k Only 69 passengers on board, allowing for meaningful interaction with our experts.
k A unique programme of seminars covering glaciology, exploration,
marine biology, conservation, photography, living and working in the
Antarctic and the exciting research from the past 125 years.
k Frequent exploration of sea and land via Zodiacs and on foot. On land,
explore historic sites, stunning vistas and beaches full of wildlife.
k Fly from the South Shetland Islands to Chile, giving you more time to
cruise the best bits of the Antarctic Peninsula.


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17 November 2021
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(approx US$17,225)
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