SOI Arctic 2016: Day 16

SOI Arctic 2016: Day 16

Today was the final day of the #SOIArctic2016 Expedition and it was marked by a wonderful celebration of our incredible journey with 200 new friends,...

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SOI Arctic 2015: Day 15

SOI Arctic 2015: Day 15

Today began with students and staff saying farewell to their Floating Classroom, the MS Ocean Endeavour and setting off to explore the community of...

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SOI Arctic 2016: Day 14

SOI Arctic 2016: Day 14

Our Last Expedition Day. What a great final expedition day! We awoke to beautiful blues skies and calm seas as we made our way South back across the Arctic...

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SOI Arctic 2016: Photo Challenge

SOI Arctic 2016: Photo Challenge

Lee Narraway is one of the exceptional expedition photographers who has beautifully documented SOI journeys to the Arctic and Antarctic every year since 2002....

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SOI Arctic 2016: Day 13

SOI Arctic 2016: Day 13

Ilulissat, Greenland We often use the term 'the greatest classroom on earth'.  Days like today prove that is not an overstatement or cliché. This is the...

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SOI Arctic 2016: Day 12

SOI Arctic 2016: Day 12

Above the Arctic Circle in Disko Bay, Greenland We are sailing in an ocean of icebergs. At one point this morning, over forty icebergs could be seen off our...

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SOI Arctic 2016: Day 11

SOI Arctic 2016: Day 11

Evighedsfiord, Greenland This has been one of the great days in SOI’s history. Mother Nature rolled out a big red carpet. We are in Greenland and today we...

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SOI Arctic 2016: Day 10

SOI Arctic 2016: Day 10

Davis Strait It was a very active and happy ship today, as we sailed toward Greenland crossing the Davis Strait. We’ve been in the ice and at sea now for...

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SOI Arctic 2016: Day 9

SOI Arctic 2016: Day 9

Friday— South East Coast of Baffin Island The sea is calm and easy and the visibility for most of the day has been foggy! We sailed overnight northward...

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