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There's a feeling you get as we leave the hustle and bustle of the port behind. Things get quiet. The world seems to slow down a little. We are heading out into the big blue yonder, where nature sets our pace. Spending time in wild places can change a person. There's a sense of connection you get from sailing to the beat of the ocean, watching grand old albatrosses soar around the ship. We hope our journeys will create lifelong ambassadors for the preservation of the wonderful natural environments we visit. As the world changes around us, we aim to travel respectfully. Our voyages are about more than discovering beautiful places and wildlife. They're about coming to understand more deeply how these natural systems work, what holds them in balance and how we can support them. Travelling on an expedition vessel is a chance to reset. To step into the world and truly be part of it. When the sun is out and the seas are calm, it's a breeze. But if the weather's rough and snow is blowing sideways, it can be a little trickier. Our advice? Take that step. Go outside. Nature never lets you down. Welcome to the real world. Gentoo penguins on Danco Island, Antarctica; M.Horspool 1 | aurora expeditions 2021–23 30 years of experience 1991 1992 1994 1995 1997 1998 1998 Aurora Expeditions established by Greg & Margaret Mortimer. Became a founding member of IAATO. First Antarctic Expedition. First to introduce ice camping & kayaking on the Antarctic Peninsula. First commercial climbers expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula. First Arctic Expedition. First diving trip to the Antarctic Peninsula. First Australian expedition. 2001 2003 2005 2012 2016 2019 2020 First passenger expedition to retrace Shackleton's footsteps. Became a founding member of AECO. First British Isles expedition. Introduced trips with flights to Antarctica. Introduced polar snorkelling in the Arctic. Launched the first passenger vessel to feature the Ulstein X-BOW®. Named "World's Leading Polar Expedition Operator" in 2020 in the World Travel Awards." #1

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