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Meet Quark Expeditions Polar Travel Adviser Paul Schuster

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When you book a small ship expedition with Quark Expeditions, your first contact is almost certainly going to be with one of our many Polar Travel Advisers (PTAs).

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The Mystery on Champ Island, Franz Josef Land

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There are things see on a polar expedition that cannot easily be explained. 

But there are some things on Champ Island in Russia’s Franz Josef Land that really meet the definition of “mysterious.”

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Sustainable, Responsible Polar Tourism with AECO & IAATO

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Quark is a proud and longtime member of AECO and IAATO, two organizations that share our dedication to promote and commit to environmentally responsible tourism. 

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Simon's Final Expedition of the Antarctic season

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Quark Expeditions' team member Simon Bottomley shares his diary reflections on his Antarctic season aboard the Ocean Diamond.

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It’s Worth the Climb: Antarctic Mountaineering with Guide Jean Cane

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What’s more unique than journeying to the bottom of the world? Climbing to the top when you get there! 

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Polar Travel Insurance with Quark Expeditions

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Insurance is a rare thing – you buy it and hope you never need to use it.

But there’s so much more to insurance than many people realize. And Quark Polar Travel Adviser Raakhe Kapila suggests that looking at it in a different way will help travelers see its true value.

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Ocean Diamond Expedition Blog - 1st March 2015

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Quark expedition team member Simon Bottomley shares his diary reflections on his Antarctic season aboard the Ocean Diamond.
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The Rookie Returns: The Diary of a Returning Quark Expedition Guide

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Written by Quark Expedition Team Member Malcolm Ellis

It’s good to be back!

In March 2013 I bid a sad farewell to Antarctica, the Ocean Diamond and newfound friends amongst my fellow expedition staff, with whom I had sailed to the Seventh Continent and back during the course of four expeditions in my first ‘rookie’ season as a Quark Expedition guide.

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Meet the Walrus: Not All Tusks and Whiskers

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They’re easily recognizable by their whiskers and large tusks, but there’s way more to the sociable walrus than just those distinctive features!

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Adopt a Polar Bear on International Polar Bear Day

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Climate change continues to reshape the Arctic, and with it, the habitats of its wildlife. This year on International Polar Bear Day, you'll have a variety of ways to show your support for our furry friends in the Far North. 

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