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Meet Shackleton and Scott aboard Quark Expeditions’ Ocean Diamond

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Quark Expeditions, the leader in polar adventures, announces Jonathan Shackleton (cousin of Sir Ernest Shackleton) and Falcon Scott (grandson of Robert Falcon Scott) will be guest lecturers aboard the 11-day Antarctic Explorer voyage, departing February 9, 2013 from Ushuaia, Argentina.

Shackleton and Scott will join renowned Polar scientists, photographers and historians as part of a unique Expert-in-Residence program available exclusively aboard the Ocean Diamond. Their lectures will add an extra layer of interest and insight to the voyage and will afford passengers the opportunity to experience the expedition in an intimate and conversational environment.

Jonathan Shackleton is a leading expert on the life and achievements of Ernest Shackleton and authored Shackleton: An Irishman in Antarctica and The Shackletons of Ballitore (1580-1987). Falcon Scott maintains a longtime interest in the Antarctic and his grandfather’s expeditions, and recently spent more than one month in Antarctica working with New Zealand’s Antarctic Heritage Trust to weather-proof his grandfather’s famous expedition base hut.

How to Reserve
Quark is currently offering a special promotion on this voyage: book one passenger and the second passenger saves 50% on this voyage or any Quark 2012-13 Antarctic voyage if reserved before November 30, 2012. There is limited availability, so act quickly.

For more information contact a Quark Polar Travel Adviser at 888-892-0073 or visit www.quarkexpeditions.com.

About Quark Expeditions
For over 20 years, Quark Expeditions has been the leading provider of polar adventure travel.
With its diverse fleet of specially equipped vessels and seasoned expedition leaders, they offer travelers unparalleled access to the most remote regions on earth. In 2011, Quark was named a recipient of National Geographic Traveler’s “50 Tours of a Lifetime” for their “Three Arctic Islands” voyage.

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