Wilhelmina Bay and Dallmann Bay

Jan 04, 2018 - National Geographic Explorer


On our final day in Antarctica before we start the voyage north we were treated to some very polar weather. The heavy snow and fog set the scene for a morning’s ship cruising around Wilhelmina Bay, a known hot-spot for whale sightings. In the afternoon we ventured further north and reached Dallmann Bay where we were able to explore the area in our trusty zodiacs.

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Deirdre Mitchell

Naturalist

Deirdre grew exploring the mountains of her home country of Scotland and immersing herself in its history and culture. This love of the past led her to study for an MA in Scottish History at the University of St Andrews where she studied everything from the medieval history of Scotland to the art history of Europe! She then went on to gain an MLitt in Museum and Gallery Studies before spending a year as a Trainee Curator at the Museum of the University of St. Andrews. 

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