Antarctic Ice Sculptures: Mother Nature's Awe Inspiring Artwork

The Antarctic Peninsula is home to some of the most spectacular natural artwork on the planet. Here, you’ll find ninety-three percent of the world’s mass of icebergs, an ever-changing icescape of “growlers” to bergy bits and even ice islands.  Growlers are the smallest icebergs, less than 6.6 feet across, with less than 3.3 of their mass showing above water. Bergy bits – that’s their real, official name – are the [...]

Arctic Summit Examines Initiatives Opening Eyes and Doorways to the North

Blog post written by Quark’s VP of Marketing and Product, Rachel Hilton. No longer the gaping white space at the top of the world map, the Arctic has evolved rapidly over the past several decades into a growing region of destinations to be discovered. Technology, a wealth of natural resources and small ship accessibility have all contributed to the ever-increasing interest in – and access to – the far North. [...]