As cruise ships are not able to dock here you will be tendered by
inflatable zodiac boats. Helicopter landings are not permitted.
The enormous Admiralty Range heralds the arrival at Cape Hallett, near the head of the Ross Sea. The scenery here is wild and spectacular. Mountains rear up from the sea to over 4,000 meters. Giant glaciers course their way down from the interior to discharge their icy load. You will land next to an abandoned American-New Zealand base, home to large numbers of Adelie Penguins and Weddell Seals.
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