Yalour Islands

Yalour Islands, Antarctica

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Yalour Islands Travel Blogs (4)
Again Icebergs Icebergs Icebergs, Yalour Islands, Antarctica travel blog

Again Icebergs Icebergs Icebergs

A travel blog entry by eeyore82

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We sailed through the Collins bay filled with icefields and icebergs - again an amazing view! The water was covered with ice that scratched along the hull while the Europa sailed through it. Left and right were huge glaciers and the sun was ...

Among the Adelie Penguins (65°14īS), Yalour Islands, Antarctica travel blog

Among the Adelie Penguins (65°14īS)

A travel blog entry by viajesyvinedos

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Later in the morning we landed at the Yalour Islands, a small group of islands 2.5 kilometres in extent, our most southerly point for this voyage and home to about 8,000 pairs of charming Adelie Penguins.  With warm weather and a calm wind, we ...

Nov 24, 2012, Yalour Islands, Antarctica travel blog

Nov 24, 2012

A travel blog entry by evs1210

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Yalour Islands, Yalour Islands, Antarctica travel blog

Yalour Islands

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc

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... It was continuously occupied from 1947-53, when a new and bigger station was built on the adjacent Galindez Island.” The Yalour Islands, were named for Lieutenant Jorge Yalour, an officer of the Argentine navy ship Uruguay, which rescued a Swedish ...