Drake Passage, Toward Ushuaia
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 17 Dec 2021

Drake Passage, Toward Ushuaia, 12/17/2021, National Geographic Resolution

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  • Antarctica

We are at the tail end of our epic journey to the White Continent. After a beautiful evening in the Lemaire Channel, we have awoken to a mild crossing of the Drake Passage. Our day was filled with informational and entertaining lectures by the staff, as well as fun and delicious treats from the hotel team. We were fascinated to learn about subjects in history, geology, photography, and ocean biology of the marvelous destination we have all to recently left. Antarctica has certainly left an impression on everyone, down to their last atom. Never will we forget such a remote and stunning place.

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