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Aurora Expeditions gets connected with Starlink

Aurora Expeditions (Logo)Aurora Expeditions, Australia’s award-winning expedition travel company, has announced that its passengers will now enjoy enhanced onboard connectivity on its voyages, following the rollout of SpaceX’s Starlink aboard its purpose-built ships, the Greg Mortimer and Sylvia Earle. (more…)

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Expedition cruise ship carrying 206 freed after running aground in Greenland

Expedition cruise ship pulled free after running aground in Greenland (USA TODAY)

An expedition cruise ship that got stuck in a remote part of Greenland with hundreds of people on board was freed Thursday. (more…)

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Ocean Explorer runs aground in Greenland

Aurora Expeditions (Logo)Reports are that Ocean Explorer, under charter to Australian cruise operator Aurora Expeditions, while Aurora’s ship, the Greg Mortimer, undergoes repairs, has run aground on Monday in Alpefjord in a national park some 1400 km northeast of Greenland’s capital Nuuk. (more…)

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Win A Life-Changing Arctic Experience With Aurora Expeditions. Travelers can win a $37,390 value trip for two to explore an Arctic destination of their choice

Sylvia Earle - Aurora ExpeditionsToday, Aurora Expeditions, announced a competition where one lucky person will have the opportunity to win* a trip for two valued at US$37,390 on board one of its purpose-built intimate ships, the Greg Mortimer and recently launched Sylvia Earle in its Life-Changing Arctic Competition. (more…)

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Aurora Expeditions Launches New 2024-2025 Antarctica Program. New itineraries include exploring the Chilean Fjords and following in Shackleton’s footsteps

Aurora Expeditions (Logo)Award-winning, Australian-owned expedition travel company Aurora Expeditions, has released its 2024-2025 Antarctic program packed with 25 voyages ranging from nine to 23 days in duration, visiting the Antarctic Peninsula, Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the Chilean Fjords. (more…)

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