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LDPR’s Abercrombie & Kent team departed New York City and were transported to Antarctica by way of Boston – all in one day! Carla Tracy, Kelly Brewer and Stephanie Preston experienced Antarctica when the ship A&K charters to the destination, Le Boreal, was docked in Boston Harbor. The team was joined by travel agents and local Boston media for a tour of the ship, delicious lunch and an enlightening speech from Dr. James McClintock on the implications of climate change in Antarctica. Dr. McClintock is an award-winning scientist, author and endowed professor of microbiology and marine sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is also one of the many expert guides and speakers that A&K works with on the Antarctica cruises.
Antarctica is a trip of a lifetime, but it’s certainly a rugged destination. However, after touring the sleek, modern interior of Le Boreal, it’s clear to see that luxury is possible even in the most remote places. We could imagine spending the majority of our time in The Panoramic Lounge with amazing views of glaciers and the large Theater was a surprise – a great space for entertainment, lectures and movies. The ship’s staterooms were all roomy and the best part is, when traveling with A&K, all guests have a private balcony! Le Boreal carries more than 264 passengers, but A&K limits this to 199 for all Antarctica trips. The luxury of extra space!
For more information on A&K Antarctica and Le Boreal, please visit www.abercrombiekent.com