Students On Ice Antarctic Expedition 2005/06

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Zodiac explorations"We are proud to welcome you to our annual Students on Ice expedition to Antarctica!

This year we are thrilled to have an extraordinary team of 75 students from around the world, and 25 phenomenal scientists, polar experts and expedition team members travelling south to the World's Greatest Classroom - Antarctica!

Between December 16th and January 2nd parents, students, educators - and polar enthusiasts can tune in to this site to share all of our expedition moments. We will be posting photos, journals and expedition updates on a daily basis! Please note, that occasionally, due to our ship's position, it may be impossible to send images. Our webmaster back at SOI HQ will report any and all developments on the site. But please remember - we are in one of the world's most remote corners of the world - flexibility is the key!

Travelling to Antarctica is like travelling to another planet. Yet, it is also an amazing window to our world, and a cornerstone of our global ecosystem. Antarctica serves as an incredible platform for education and science. We hope these student expeditioners will return home as ambassadors and leaders for our planet's environment, with new level of inspiration and motivation for the future.

Please enjoy your visit with us!

In the expedition spirit,

Geoff Green
Executive Director and Expedition Leader,
Students on Ice

Students on Ice is an associate member of the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators (IAATO), a member organization founded in 1991 to advocate and practice safe and environmentally responsible private-sector travel to the Antarctic.


"I'll never forget seeing my first penguin, iceberg, seal, or wild orca.
One word to sum up the trip is "inspirational".
I learned how we impact this place and the rest of the world and how little changes at home can help save the world."

2004 Antarctic Expeditioner



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