10 Mar 2019
Dulled by mist and early morning darkness, the lights of Lyttelton signalled the end of our Antarctic season as Spirit of Enderby pulled in to port. After a final breakfast it was time to farewell new friends and start preparations for our iconic 31-day voyage 'Western Pacific Odyssey'. Come Tuesday evening we will depart for Tauranga, where expeditioners will board for our Yokohama-bound adventure.
Heavy rain and winds gusting up to 60 knots saw us having to wait out the wild weather aboard Spirit of Enderby overnight off the Auckland Islands...READ MORE
Image (c) S.Blanc Approaching Inexpressible Island in the early hours the welcoming 35-knot winds and -13°C temperature saw us alter our course an...READ MORE
Image (c) D.Brown Waking to perfect conditions moored off the western extremity of the Ross Ice Shelf, which soars up to 50 metres above us on Spi...READ MORE