New Scientist - 29.02.2020

(Ben Green) #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, with a minimised carbon footprint.
k Visiting South Georgia and the Sandwich Islands, Elephant Island and the majestic
Antarctic Peninsula.
k Only 69 guests. Up close with experts and the captain (with open bridge and bow access).
k Hosted by a New Scientist journalist with four guest experts including polar explorer and
scientific expedition leader Paul Rose.
k A unique programme of science-focused seminars covering glaciology, exploration,
marine biology, conservation, photography and working in Antarctic research.
k Frequent off-ship exploration by Zodiacs, kayaks, hiking and snowshoeing.
k Fly from King George Island to Chile, giving you more time to cruise the best
parts of the Antarctic Peninsula.
k Explore the vibrant cities of Ushuaia, Argentina, and Punta Arenas, Chile.


A unique fly-cruise expedition

In partnership with Steppes Travel

17 November 2021
17 days from £13,
(approx US$17,225)

To book call +44 1285 601 571 (UK hours Mon to Thu 9-5:30 Fri 9-5 GMT)
Or email
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