Join a small group of curious, like-mined travelers for the trip of a lifetime—an Antarctica cruise aboard the 116-passenger M. Come explore it aboard our luxurious expedition vessel, exceptionally designed and outfitted to provide a safe and comfortable cruise to Antarctica. Antarctica is a place like no other in the world—a land of otherworldly icescapes, towering glaciers and amazing wildlife.This includes terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide dates from previously glaciated regions, C chronologies from glacial and post-glacial deposits onshore and on the continental shelf, and ice sheet thickness changes inferred from ice cores and continental-scale ice sheet models.We also include new C dates from the George V Land – Terre Adélie Coast shelf.Mc Murdo for instance, follows the same time as Christchurch, New Zealand, since most visitors and researchers to the station use Christchurch as their point of embarkation to Antarctica.Palmer Station on the other hand, follows Chilean time. Since most of its territory lies below the Antarctic Circle, Antarctica experiences 24 hour of sunlight during the summer and 24 hours of darkness in the winter.
Others, like the Mc Murdo station and Palmer station, both run by the US, synchronize their time to the closest point in the inhabited world.This makes having Daylight Saving Time pointless for the continent. No matter what your disability is, our disabled dating community will help you find your perfect lover.The lack of an official time zone in Antarctica is not a problem, since nobody lives there permanently.However, a number of countries do operate research stations in the continent and to make things convenient for the researchers and visitors, each research base determines the time zone it wants to operate in.