Tag Archives: Southern Ocean

Cruising Green: Ice Breaker

Marine scientist Cassandra Brooks strapped a camera to the front of NSF’s icebreaker the Nathaniel B. Palmer as it sailed for two months through the ice-choked Ross Sea off Antarctica. But unlike her, you don’t have to sit through two-months of … Continue reading

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Amazing Rescue: ‘We couldn’t have done it without the planes’

The rescue of French round-the-world sailor Alain Delord from a remote spot in the Southern Ocean was an amazing coordination between the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), the Dornier aircraft that flew over him and a cruise ship that sailed … Continue reading

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Telefonica Struck by Monster Wave

This had to hurt! There’s a reason that these guys are considered the best in the world. Team Telefónica felt the full force of the Southern Ocean on Sunday when they were slammed by two monster waves in over 40 … Continue reading

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