Can polar travel be made more sustainable? This question was part of a research project by scientist Nathalie Steins, and we were eager to h
We talked to Sara Jenner about how she got into this work, what she loves about polar travel, and why having a home base isn’t on her agenda
After a night of Northern lights galore, stretching across the skies all above us and dancing merrily, we awoke to perfect light conditions,
Miia Holma captained her first Oceanwide voyage to Svalbard in July. Nothing too exceptional about that until you consider she’s our first f
Three massive fin whales had gracefully breached the surface and our attention was immediately drawn to this amazing natural spectacle.
We were amazed by the sheer numbers of birds on the water, on the cliffs, and in the air. The vast majority of the birds were Brünnichs guil
We were just finishing breakfast when Marcel, our expedition leader, made the long-awaited announcement: "Friends, we have just spotted a po
Searching for polar bears feels a bit like finding a needle in a haystack, but we know that they are here and with yellowish colored fur.
The serene atmosphere and remnants of past whaling activities evoke contemplation about humanity's relationship with nature.
Being in the pack ice, hearing it move, seeing the colors, and feeling the magical atmosphere at the top of the globe is a unique experience
From the Zodiacs, the glacier front provided a dramatic and awe-inspiring view, a testament to the power and beauty of nature.
Fin whales are the second largest animal in the world, only a few meters shorter than a blue whale, and we could clearly hear its blow as it