Antarctica Cruising Guide
2nd Revised edition
Antarctica Cruising Guide by Craig Franklin
Book DescriptionThe ultimate guide to cruising one of the world's most spectacular and unspoilt regions, now includes the Ross Ice Shelf and the Falkland Islands. It also includes dedicated mailing and e-mail campaign to targeted cruise travel media & organizations. It is the best-selling guide to Antarctica cruising. It includes descriptions of nearly 30 of the most popular sites. It presents the natural history of over 30 sea birds & mammals. It also contains expert information on Antarctic conservation. For many people, an Antarctic cruise is the dream of a lifetime. Whether you've booked your cruise, or still dreaming, or just want to learn more about this spectacular place, this stunning field guide is the perfect companion for a spectacular journey into a magic, mostly untouched world. Written by two internationally recognized experts in Antarctic travel, wildlife, and conservation, the best-selling "Antarctic Cruising Guide" covers everything you need to know - from landing places, penguins, sea birds, whales, seals, and insects, to plants, geology and Antarctic history - to make this one of the most memorable adventures you will ever experience. Fully revised and updated, this new edition now includes up-to-date information on the stunning Ross Sea & Ice Shelf, South Georgia, the Falkland Islands, and the historic Scott and Shackleton Huts.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780958291637
Classification: Travel & holiday guides , Expeditions
Format: Paperback (186mm x 128mm x 19mm)
Imprint: Awa Press
Publisher: Awa Press
Publish Date: 23-Nov-2009
Country of Publication: New Zealand
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Author Biography - Craig Franklin
Peter Carey is a zoologist based in Christchurch. He has made more than 60 trips to Antarctica and works as a lecturer/expedition leader on Antarctic cruise ships. Craig Franklin, a New Zealander who is professor in zoology at the University of Queensland, has made over 25 trips to Antarctica. He spends his holidays lecturing on cruise ships about Antarctica's ecosystem and spectacular wildlife.
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