Duse Bay

A bay in Antarctica’s southern Trinity Peninsula, between View Point and the western Tabarin Peninsula

Duse Bay

Region: Antarctica

Destinations: Antarctic Peninsula

Details of Duse Bay

Located on the south side of Trinity Peninsula and northernmost section of the Antarctic Peninsula, Duse Bay was discovered by an expedition crew led by J. Gunnar Andersson of the Swedish Antarctic Expedition of 1901–04. It was named by Otto Nordenskiöld, the leader of that expedition, after Lieutenant S.A. Duse.

Related cruises

Weddell Sea - In search of the Emperor Penguin incl. helicopters

Searching for the Elusive Emperor Penguins

OTL22-21 A true expedition, our Weddell Sea cruise sets out to explore the range of the Emperor Penguins near Snow Hill Island. We will visit the area via heli

m/v Ortelius

m/v Ortelius

Cruise date:

14 Nov - 24 Nov, 2021


11300 USD