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Service with a Shiva Twist

Olivia is one of the first people our Antarctic guests meet upon arrival in Punta Arenas. When she's not breaking glacial ice to serve up pisco sours, she's leading ANI's Guest Services team in Chile to make sure all goes according to plan.

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10 Things to Know about the Ilyushin-76TD

Did you know the IL-76 has two flight decks or that school bus can fit inside it? Learn more about this amazing aircraft and how it's used in Antarctica.

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A Tribute to John Splettstoesser

It is with deep sadness that we mark the passing of John Splettstoesser - geologist, polar scientist, devoted Antarctican, and long-time friend of ANI - at age 82.

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100% Success for ANI Vinson Climbers

2015 marks another season with 100% success for ANI climbers on Antarctica's highest peak. 33 ANI guests travelled to Mount Vinson over five departures, from mid-November through late January. All reached the summit, together with a total of 16 ANI guides and rangers, many of whom made multiple ascents. Congratulations to everyone, especially to those climbers who completed their Seven Summits challenge.

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Henry Worsley

It is with great sadness that we report that polar expeditioner Henry Worsley died at a hospital in Punta Arenas, Chile yesterday after complications caused by bacterial peritonitis. Henry returned from Antarctica on January 23 after nearly completing his Shackleton Solo Expedition.

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Science Support 2015

Contributing to Antarctic science is a core value for ANI's parent company, Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions (ALE). Each year we provide logistic support to a number of National Antarctic Program and peer-reviewed projects and 2015 is no exception.

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In the Spotlight - Carl Alvey

Carl first came to Antarctica as a guest in 2004, on a student Ski Last Degree expedition. He fell in love with the wide open spaces, the cold, the remoteness and of course the adventure. Since then, he keeps finding a way to get back to the ice each season.

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Boeing 757 Lands at Union Glacier

The first ever landing of a commercial Boeing 757 passenger airliner on a blue-ice runway in Antarctica occurred today at Union Glacier.

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2015 Expedition Line-up - Inspired by Shackleton

This season, six expeditions will ‘...go to the region of ice and snow...’, each hoping to reach the South Pole – or perhaps beyond – and challenge themselves along the way.

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Antarctic Apparel

You asked for it and we listened! We’re proud to introduce our first run of Antarctic merchandise for the 2015 season!

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