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Antarctic Kayak Adventures from an Experienced Kayaker’s Perspective

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As an adventure travel destination, Antarctica never disappoints--just ask David Noble of Merced, California. A veteran mountaineer, hiker, kayaker and avid fly fisherman, he’s travelled all over the world pursuing his passions. This past December, he joined us in the Antarctic on board the Ocean Endeavour.

We chatted with David after his Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent expedition. Here’s a guy who’s had kayaking adventures all over, who helped build the University of California Merced’s ‘Outdoor Experience’ program during his time with the organization. I was super interested to hear what he thought of Quark’s kayaking program, and what tips he had for other passengers.

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Fly-Cruise Confidential: An interview with the President of Quark Expeditions

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There is probably no bigger and more passionate fan of all things Quark Expeditions than our CEO Hans Lagerweij. Fresh from his first experience aboard one of our Antarctic Express voyages, we sat down to chat with Hans about the fly-cruise program and hear him tell the tale of another Quark “first” achievement in Antarctica!

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Adventurous travelers explore Antarctica by paddle

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Quark offers a wide variety of Adventure Options for those travelers who want a bit more action during their expeditions. Kayaking is a popular choice that offers an intimate way to explore the polar regions. Paddle yourself through the clear waters and don’t be surprised if you are followed by curious wildlife along the way. This photo is of Quark Passenger from the US and our Kayak Guide, Scott McCormack, both enjoying their afternoon in Antarctica.

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