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Antarctic Climate Epic PROJECT BRIEF

February 2023, will be a moment in time of a gathering of great minds for commitments to resolve what it takes, to move from where we are now to get to a better future.  This can be Your Legacy; you can helps change the current course from a catastrophic outcome to a healthy, habitable planet.  Please do this for the next generation, for the future of humanity.


The master plan of the Antarctic Climate Expedition is to bring about public and government awareness of the importance and the splendour of the Antarctic, and to address the warming climate and loss of ice in the southern polar region as a direct threat to the future of human life on this planet. The purpose of this expedition is to confront the consequences and develop creative strategies for everyone to radically reduce carbon emissions. Expedition members are expected to help formulate 23 resolutions to inspire transformative changes for a global net-zero emissions by 2050. You can be part of this pivotal summit to save our environment for future generations. 

The narratives and images from this expedition aim to encourage the way people see and understand the Antarctic, enlightenment that will hopefully catalyse a much-needed paradigm shift away from indifference and into action to protect our natural world. The outcome of this expedition: a series of lectures, feature documentary, exhibitions, book and importantly 23 resolutions to stimulate transformative change for net-zero emissions by 2050. You can be a part of the legacy that helps change the current course from a calamitous state to a healthy, habitable planet.  

The Antarctic Climate Expedition (ACE)

Expedition Ship:                 The Sylvia Earle –

Voyage:                              Antarctica

Embark:                              Ushuaia

Disembark:                         King George Island

Charter Flight:                   King George Island to Punta Arenas

Duration:                 12 Days / 11 Nights (9 voyage days, 2-day Ushuaia pre voyage, 1 day Punta Arenas post voyage)

Start date:                         13 Feb 23, two nights in Ushuaia

Embarkation:                     15 Feb 23

Disembarkation                  23 Feb 23 flight to Punta Arenas – one night hotel

End date 24 Feb 23)

Expedition Route

Ushuaia – Drake Passage – Aitcho, Antarctic Peninsula – Hope Bay – Brown Bluff – Enterprise Island – Orne Harbour – Port Lockroy / Jougla Point – Paradise Harbour / Skontorp – Lemaire Channel – Pleneau – Whalers Bay -Robert Point – Frei.

The brand-new ship by Aurora Expedition Australia is named in honour of Dr Sylvia Earle.  The purpose-built vessel is designed for expeditions to the most remote places on earth. Its revolutionary X bow allows the ship to cross oceans more comfortably and efficiently, and with expansive observation decks. The Sylvia Earle offers the perfect base camp for adventures at the outer limits of human exploration, and accommodates an average of 132 expeditioners per voyage within 70 comfortable cabins. The ship also features a modern lecture lounge, a science centre, multiple observation areas, Zodiac launching platforms, a restaurant serving exquisite meals, a gym and wellness centre, Jacuzzis, a mudroom and many other amenities.

Apply to join the Expedition HERE