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Antarctic and Arctic Wildlife Cruises | One Ocean Expeditions

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People really matter on each expedition and we show this at every opportunity, particularly by allowing guests to have a say in how their experiences unfold. Committed to environmental and social responsibility, we offer personalized marine experiences to the Antarctic Peninsula, South Georgia, the Falkland Islands, Svalbard, Greenland, the Canadian Arctic and the Canadian East Coast.
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  • Falkland Islands


Explore the sandy shorelines and the rich wildlife as king penguins and many albatross species call the Falkland Islands home.

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  • South Georgia


Visit king penguin rookeries with more than 100,000 nesting birds, beaches which are covered with seals and the historic site of Sir Ernest Shackleton's grave.

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  • Antarctic Peninsula


Visit many classic landing locations and set foot on the continent of Antarctica. Visit penguin rookeries, camp on ice, and explore Antarctica at your own pace.

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  • Weddell Sea


Discover the home of gigantic tabular icebergs and extensive penguin rookeries while exploring the perpetual ice landscape and historic points of interest.

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  • Antarctic Circle


Sail below the Antarctic Circle and witness stunning ice-shaped landscapes, sizable Adelie penguin rookeries and large flat-topped tabular icebergs that drift north.

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  • Northwest Passage


Sail the fabled Northwest Passage and follow the footsteps of Franklin's ill fated expedition, while watching out for polar bears, narwhals and beluga whales.

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  • Spitsbergen


The Norwegian Arctic offers fascinating lessons in glaciology and a rich population of wildlife such as polar bears, seabirds and whales.

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  • Greenland


Visit the colourful towns of Greenland where we meet welcoming Inuit. The expedition also takes you to icebergs and incredible wildlife locations.

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  • Baffin Island

Baffin Island

Explore the deep fjords, remote Inuit communities and incredible wildlife of Baffin Island, one of the last great wilderness regions on the planet.

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  • Canada's East Coast

Canada's East Coast

Play in Canada's summer playground and try sea kayaking, stand up paddling, cycling or golfing while exploring Nova Scotia, Sable Island and Prince Edward Island.

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  • Arctic Circle

Arctic Circle

Discover the abundant life above the Arctic Circle as we visit remote Inuit communities, look for polar bears and seabirds, and stop at historic sites.

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  • Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador

Travel to fascinating historic locations along Canada's East Coast up to the Arctic, visit Torngat Mountains National Park and spot a range of wildlife.

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Since 2008, thousands of adventurous travellers have experienced the wonders of the oceans on a One Ocean Expeditions small ship voyage. Benefit from the most significant past passenger loyalty program ever offered in the small ship expedition cruise travel industry.

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why One Ocean Expeditions

  • our people

    Hand picked and exceptionally skilled professionals throughout the company

  • our commitment

    One Ocean Expeditions is an innovative, service-first, small ship expedition cruise company committed to our passengers

  • our respect for environmental & social responsibility

    At One Ocean Expeditions, our small ship expedition cruises focus on people, exceptional customer service and environmental values. Our company is built on a foundation of social responsibility and global mindedness that elevates One Ocean Expeditions to the forefront of the Polar cruise industry.

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