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Intrepid Adventurer Sails To Antarctica On 100-Year-Old Ship

AN adventurer has documented his 5,000 miles journey aboard a 100-year-old ship, sailing from Argentina to Antarctica to Cape Town. Geographic Information System Analyst Andrew Orr undertook the epic journey on the Bark Europa to witness the world’s harshest landscapes in their rawest form, choosing to avoid cruise vessels and icebreaking ships. Boarding at Ushuaia, Argentina, Orr and his fellow passengers sailed through the Beagle Channel and spent four days navigating the Drake Passage - one of the most dangerous sailing passages in the world. Videographer / director: Andrew Orr Producer: Hannah Stevens, Nick Johnson Editor: Joshua Douglas

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