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3 Things to Leave Home when on an Antarctic or Arctic Expedition

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Where do you even begin packing for a cruise to the most isolated and pristine places on the planet? If you’re wondering what kinds of things to take on a cruise to the Polar Regions with Quark Expeditions®, you’re not alone. In fact, it’s one of the questions that’s most frequently asked of our Polar Travel Advisers.

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Dressing for the Polar Vortex 101

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When it comes to gearing up for cold weather, look no further than Quark’s Merchandise team for all the tips and tricks you’ll need to stay warm.

Layering is essential. Synthetic fibres work well as a base layer, but natural fibers such as merino wool work even better. There are various weights to merino wool base layers, but for walking your dog, or trudging through the snow to your next destination, we recommend the Icebreaker brand. This is a truly ‘cool’ New Zealand company whose products are worn by athletes, adventurers and everyday Joes like us. On every Icebreaker product there is a “Baacode” so you can track your individual garment’s origin back to the source!

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How to dress for polar travel

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This helpful info-graphic starring our very own Merchandise Coordinator Jaymie, will ensure that you are 100% prepared for your polar voyage. Stay warm, dry and comfortable like a polar pro! Many of these items are available for purchase in our Polar Gear shop.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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We asked Polar Travel Adviser Naomi to give us a list of the most commonly asked questions that Quark passengers ask. She's listed them here with her answers - thanks Naomi!

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