Neko Harbour
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 16 Dec 2021

Neko Harbour , 12/16/2021, National Geographic Endurance

  • Aboard the National Geographic Endurance
  • Antarctica

We spent the morning of our last full day in Antarctica at Neko Harbor in Andvord Bay. A large colony of Gentoo penguins were there to greet us, as we struggled through the thick ice near shore to find a decent landing spot. Once we had built steps and stomped out a trail in the deep snow, we were able to access several groups of the Gentoo colony. The rest of the day we made our way north through partly sunny skies, and after a polar plunge in the frigid -0.5C water, we turned towards Cape Horn and entered the rough seas of the Drake Passage.

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