Aurora Expeditions Launch New Pole to Pole Voyages

Aurora Expeditions, Australia’s leading expedition cruising company, continues to reinvent itself having today launched expeditions to all-new destinations including Latin America, Caribbean Coast, Iceland, Greenland and East Coast Canada.

Aurora Expeditions managing director Robert Halfpenny said the launch of the new itineraries is big news and follows strong demand for Aurora to offer their signature small ship expeditions outside of the polar regions.

“Aurora has been synonymous with Antarctica and the Arctic regions but with a new ship featuring innovative technology and comfort, we are now able to offer small ship voyaging to a range of new destinations. It’s fantastic news for people who have already ticked Antarctica off the bucket list and for those who are seeking unique cultural experiences in the regions between the poles,” Mr Halfpenny said.

The global program marks a new chapter in Aurora Expedition’s proud history as it prepares to launch the Greg Mortimerin October 2019. The new state-of-the-artvessel has been purpose built for adventure and will allow the expeditioners on board to explore new destinations and disembark the ship for small group excursions and cultural activities unique to each destination.

The brand-new expeditions will feature a unique opportunity to visit remote locations and hidden away islands including the remote Robinson Crusoe islands in Chile, the Corn Islands in Nicaragua, Bay Islands in Honduras and Cuba’s Guanahacabibes Peninsula.

Aurora Expeditions, and Greg Mortimer are now able to offer a unique Pole to Pole experiences, as they continue to pioneer exceptional voyages to some of the world’s most remote and inaccessible locations.

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