Antarctic Dream experience featured in Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Minneapolis Star Tribune features The Antarctic Dream in a story about the “human” side of Antarctic travel. Writer Karen Catchpole describes her Antarctic cruise experience in terms of the people she met. Catchpole writes: You won’t find this information front and center in your Antarctic tour company’s brochure: Even if perfect weather enables all of the scheduled...
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Kanoo World Traveller magazine features The Antarctic Dream

Kanoo World Traveller, a leisure travel magazine with the highest circulation in the Middle East, features The Antarctic Dream in its February 2011 issue. Writer Jamie Lafferty boarded an Antarctic expedition with The Antarctic Dream to experience the White Continent first-hand. To see the story and photography in the digital edition of the magazine, click here and start on page 30. Right now...
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ShermansTravel features Adventure Life, WildChina and The Antarctic Dream as adventure travel trend-setters

ShermansTravel says Adventure Life, WildChina and The Antarctic Dream continue to push the “where” and “how” of adventure travel, redefining trends for 2011. One of those trends is volunteer-based adventure travel, or voluntourism. On these kinds of trips, travelers have a greater opportunity to spend time with the locals and learn about the place they’re visiting....
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Antarctic cruises show an upward trend; discounts grow

Wintertime in North America means it’s prime time for¬†Antarctic cruises, since it’s summertime that far south, according to a Bing story on cruise trends. One of the safest and most comfortable ships that can ferry you down to the penguins is The Antarctic Dream. Here’s what TravelPod, the Web’s original travel blog site, has to say about The Antarctic Dream, which is...
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Dutch newspaper profiles Antarctic Dream expedition

De Telegraaf, a daily newspaper in Amsterdam, Netherlands, takes us on board The Antarctic Dream for an expedition through the Drake Passage to Antarctica. De Telegraaf has one of the largest newspaper circulations in the world. Nico van der Plas writes (translated by Google): “Give the penguins always comes first!” Expedition leader Pablo instructs us in our first excursion....
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