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Screens and radars on command bridge, Queen Mary 2
1113-59821 - Screens and radars on command bridge, Queen Mary 2
Pursers office in grand lobby, Queen Mary 2
1113-59796 - Pursers office in grand lobby, Queen Mary 2
Side view, cabins and life boats, Queen Mary 2
1113-59785 - Side view, cabins and life boats, Queen Mary 2
Star Flyer, View from Bowsprit, Aegean Sea, Turkey
1113-52454 - Star Flyer, View from Bowsprit, Aegean Sea, Turkey
Star Flyer at Sunset, Hydra, Idhra, Saronic Islands, Greece
1113-52501 - Star Flyer at Sunset, Hydra, Idhra, Saronic Islands, Greece
Staircase to grand lobby on deck 3, Queen Mary 2
1113-59816 - Staircase to grand lobby on deck 3, Queen Mary 2
Tug boat navigating the newly launched Celebrity Equinox from the Meyer Werft along the River Ems, Lower Saxony, Germany
1113-39900 - Tug boat navigating the newly launched Celebrity Equinox from the Meyer Werft along the River Ems, Lower Saxony, Germany
Tug boat navigating the newly launched Celebrity Equinox from the Meyer Werft along the River Ems, Lower Saxony, Germany
1113-39903 - Tug boat navigating the newly launched Celebrity Equinox from the Meyer Werft along the River Ems, Lower Saxony, Germany
Diver ascending at Liveaboard Fiji Island Dancer, Wakaya, Lomaiviti, Fiji
1113-46590 - Diver ascending at Liveaboard Fiji Island Dancer, Wakaya, Lomaiviti, Fiji
Tug boat navigating the newly launched Celebrity Equinox from the Meyer Werft along the River Ems, Lower Saxony, Germany
1113-39901 - Tug boat navigating the newly launched Celebrity Equinox from the Meyer Werft along the River Ems, Lower Saxony, Germany
Cruise ship on river Nile between Edfu and Kom Ombo, Egypt, Africa
1113-35276 - Cruise ship on river Nile between Edfu and Kom Ombo, Egypt, Africa
People on deck of cruiseship MS Deutschland (Deilmann Cruises) and view at city as vessel departs, Valparaiso, Chile, South America, America
1113-35301 - People on deck of cruiseship MS Deutschland (Deilmann Cruises) and view at city as vessel departs, Valparaiso, Chile, South America, America
Liveaboards near Sorong, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia
1113-34119 - Liveaboards near Sorong, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia
one backwater arriving at pier
817-409155 - one backwater arriving at pier
Boats moored in the calm waters of a canal in Alappuzha
817-409154 - Boats moored in the calm waters of a canal in Alappuzha
Aerial View of Divespot German Channel, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27127 - Aerial View of Divespot German Channel, Micronesia, Palau
Pool deck of cruiseship MS Delphin Voyager as vessel approaches Ponte 25 de Abril Bridge on Tagus River, Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal
1113-14802 - Pool deck of cruiseship MS Delphin Voyager as vessel approaches Ponte 25 de Abril Bridge on Tagus River, Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal
Port of Vancouver, Cruise Ship, Canada, North America
1113-11524 - Port of Vancouver, Cruise Ship, Canada, North America
MSC Sinfonia Cruise ship
817-378205 - MSC Sinfonia Cruise ship
cruiseship crossing the Panama Canal. Panama, Central America
1054-37 - cruiseship crossing the Panama Canal. Panama, Central America
Black Guillemot (Cepphus grylle) wide angle view of birds standing on jetty with cruise liner in background and two birds swimming. Oban Bay, Argyll, Scotland, UK
995-268 - Black Guillemot (Cepphus grylle) wide angle view of birds standing on jetty with cruise liner in background and two birds swimming. Oban Bay, Argyll, Scotland, UK
Black Guillemot (Cepphus grylle) wide angle view of bird taking off from jetty with cruise liner in background. Oban Bay, Argyll, Scotland, UK
995-320 - Black Guillemot (Cepphus grylle) wide angle view of bird taking off from jetty with cruise liner in background. Oban Bay, Argyll, Scotland, UK
Zodiacs, expedition cruise, mountains, landscape view, exploration of Bogoslov Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia
921-689 - Zodiacs, expedition cruise, mountains, landscape view, exploration of Bogoslov Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia
Boat, tourists, arctic cruise, ice breaker, scouting. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-59 - Boat, tourists, arctic cruise, ice breaker, scouting. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-102 - Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-77 - Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Black Guillemot (Cepphus grylle) wide angle view of bird taking off with cruise liner in background and two birds swimming. Oban Bay, Argyll, Scotland, UK
995-319 - Black Guillemot (Cepphus grylle) wide angle view of bird taking off with cruise liner in background and two birds swimming. Oban Bay, Argyll, Scotland, UK
Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice, ice breaker. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-98 - Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice, ice breaker. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-76 - Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Agadir Coast, Splendour Of the Seas, Port, Harbour, Docking. Agadir. Morocco
921-475 - Agadir Coast, Splendour Of the Seas, Port, Harbour, Docking. Agadir. Morocco
Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice, ice breaker. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-97 - Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice, ice breaker. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
11/04/2009. Entering Casablanca Harbour, passing a local fishing vessel and cargo ship in background. . Casablanca, Atlantic Ocean, Morocco
921-477 - 11/04/2009. Entering Casablanca Harbour, passing a local fishing vessel and cargo ship in background. . Casablanca, Atlantic Ocean, Morocco
Zodiac Cruise, Tourists
921-841 - Zodiac Cruise, Tourists
Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway       (rr)
921-95 - Zodiac, boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway (rr)
Boat, tourists, arctic cruise, ice breaker. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-57 - Boat, tourists, arctic cruise, ice breaker. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Casablanca Harbour, Splendour Of The Sea. Casablanca, , Morocco
921-476 - Casablanca Harbour, Splendour Of The Sea. Casablanca, , Morocco
boat cruise, snorkeling, tourism. Sissi, Greece       (rr)
921-359 - boat cruise, snorkeling, tourism. Sissi, Greece (rr)
boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-100 - boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Boat, tourists, arctic cruise, ice breaker, scouting. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-58 - Boat, tourists, arctic cruise, ice breaker, scouting. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-107 - boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Zodiacs, expedition cruise, mountains, landscape view, exploration of Bogoslov Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia
921-668 - Zodiacs, expedition cruise, mountains, landscape view, exploration of Bogoslov Island (Bering Sea) Russia, Asia
boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-96 - boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
921-108 - boat, cruise. tourists, arctic sheet ice. Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2448 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from in and around Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
979-5616 - Images from in and around Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2465 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2433 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2461 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2438 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Cruise ships line the docks after sunset in downtown Juneau in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean.
979-6498 - Cruise ships line the docks after sunset in downtown Juneau in Southeast Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2469 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2473 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2447 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2432 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2472 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2426 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2422 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2471 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2459 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2439 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Alaskan scenery in and around Southeast Alaska, USA. The cruise ship Zaandam inside Johns Hopkins Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park.
979-2351 - Alaskan scenery in and around Southeast Alaska, USA. The cruise ship Zaandam inside Johns Hopkins Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2428 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2460 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2450 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2445 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2431 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2443 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2446 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2463 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2464 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from in and around Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
979-5615 - Images from in and around Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2434 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2466 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2437 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2456 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2430 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2436 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2429 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2425 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2454 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2467 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2462 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2427 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2442 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2440 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2457 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2424 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2470 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2423 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2453 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2468 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2444 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2421 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2435 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2474 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2451 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2455 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2458 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2449 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2452 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.