Cuverville Island, Neko Harbor & Lemaire Channel
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 01 Jan 2022

Cuverville Island, Neko Harbor & Lemaire Channel, 1/1/2022, National Geographic Endurance

  • Aboard the National Geographic Endurance
  • Antarctica

New Year’s Day in Antarctica! Our incredible ship, the National Geographic Endurance is steaming south down the Gerlache Strait toward Cuverville Island, the destination for this morning’s adventure. Conditions ashore for a landing were difficult, so the decision was made by our expedition leader to do a Zodiac cruise instead. The combination of many large icebergs and light falling snow, made it a wonderland for our small boats to explore! After lunch the ship approached Neko Harbor, and gently caressed the bottom very close to shore, an impressive feat by Captain Wood! All ashore for a landing on the Antarctic Peninsula itself, and then an incredible transit through the Lemaire Channel, on our way south, shortly after dinner! Happy New Year!

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