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Retreating into Greenland’s Fjords: One Woman’s Arctic Expedition Journey

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There are plenty of great reasons Greenland has become a top destination for travelers: it’s one of the most naturally and spectacularly beautiful places on the planet, with enough activities and landing sites to fulfill the needs and wants of every type of traveler.

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A Year on South Georgia: Sam Crimmin, Quark Expeditions Doctor

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Note: This passenger-favorite guest post -- recounting the first-hand observations and experiences on living in Antarctica, through each of its varied seasons -- was written by one of our very own onboard doctors, Sam Crimmin.  

“If you were to take a giant caring knife, slice along beneath the highest mountain ridges of Switzerland, just where the huge glaciers tumble into the valley below, and then drop

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Ocean Endeavour Update - Feb 28th

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An update from the Expedition Team on Ocean Endeavour, on our Antarctic Explorer voyage. 

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Cuverville Island

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An update from the Expedition Team on Ocean Endeavour, on our Antarctic Explorer voyage. 

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A Spectacular End to An Epic Voyage

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This blog post was written by Ali from the Expedition Team on Ocean Endeavour in Antarctica

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Christmas in Antarctica

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This blog post was written by Ali from the Expedition Team on Ocean Endeavour in Antarctica

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Embarkation Day

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 An update from the Expedition Team on Ocean Endeavour, Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctica voyage, Dec 13, 2015-Jan 1, 2016.

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Kayaking Adventures in Antarctica

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An update from the Expedition Team on Ocean Endeavour - November 25-Dec 5, 2015 voyage:

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Field Notes on Beluga Whale Research - Weeks 2 and 3

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The days blend into each other in the High Arctic, where working nights under the 2 a.m. sun or working days is guided not by an internal clock or by the necessary stillness that comes with darkness, but by the cycles of the whales, which seem to be guided by the tides.

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Goodbye Quark Expeditions, Hello Quark Expeditions and a New Adventure Portfolio!

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Last year when I took on involvement with other NAS expedition brands International Expeditions and Zegrahm Expeditions, I took a deliberate step back from my role at Quark. Today, I am very excited to announce that I will lead a newly-formed portfolio of some of the world’s leading specialist adventure travel brands.

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