As we completed our journey across the Drake Passage this morning, the infamous Cape Horn greeted us. The southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile, Cape Horn is often a welcomed site after the crossing. It is also a bittersweet signal that our incredible adventure is drawing to a close. Entering into the Beagle Channel, we spotted a vast array of wildlife through our binoculars. We return to Ushuaia with our hearts full of the many wonderful memories made on our one-of-a-kind expedition to Antarctica.
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