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Our voyage down the Beagle Channel into Ushuaia was stunning. Tall, snow-covered mountain peaks glistened in the bright sunlight. ... read more

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In the morning Professor David Walton gave us a very interesting lecture about the “People of the Land of Fire”. Several native tribes previously inhabited what we now call Tierra del Fuego at the tip of South America. Discovered by Europeans in the 16th century, they were seen by the explorers as the ultimate savages. ... read more

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We all awoke today with a magnificent view of Yankee Harbor. This small harbor is on Greenwich Island in the northern section of the South Shetland Island group. As the ship positioned outside Glacier Bluff and Spit Point, it gave us a view of our landing site and a background surrounded with glistening glaciers. ... read more

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“Most amazing day I’ve ever had in my life”“Made the entire trip!”“Do I have to go back to the ship?” ... read more

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The day began with Seabourn Quest maneuvering into Maxwell Bay on the south side of King George Island. This cosmopolitan bay is home to shore stations operated by Argentina, Chile, China, Korea, Russia, and Uruguay. ... read more

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